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MI:power Case for the BBC micro:bit

Kitronik's Mi:power case for BBC micro:bit and Mi:power board offers complete protection whilst retaining portability. This case is available in 4 colours.

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MI:pro Protective Case for the MI:power board - Green
MI:pro Protective Case for the MI:power board - Orange
MI:pro Protective Case for the MI:power board - Blue
MI:pro Protective Case for the MI:power board

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Product description:

Please Note: BBC micro:bit, and MI:power board are NOT included.

This case has been designed to protect a BBC micro:bit with our MI:power board. The case fully encloses both of the PCBs creating a rugged unit that is ideal for creating portable designs. The clear front allows the BBC micro:bit to be seen inside the case, allowing the on-board LED matrix to be viewed.

This case is easy to assemble using the nylon screws provided.

The MI:pro protector case is available in four different colour options; Clear, Green, Orange and Blue. For each of the options the front and back plates are cut from clear Perspex and the mid layer pieces are cut from Perspex of the selected colour.


This case requires assembly.


  • Provides excellent protection to the BBC micro:bit whilst mounted to a MI:power board.
  • Full access to the A and B buttons on the BBC micro:bit.
  • Clear case shows on-board LEDs for added functionality.


  • 4 x M3 Cheese Head Nylon Machine Screw.
  • 4 x M3 Nylon Full Nut.
  • 1 x Back Plate.
  • 1 x Front Plate.
  • 2 x Mid-layer Plate.


  • Length: 65mm.
  • Width: 50mm.
  • Height: 18mm.





MI:power Case for the BBC micro:bit – Russell Cresser
Our MI:power Case for the BBC micro:bit has proved very popular. Russell Cresser sent us these pictures of his which he has customised by dyeing the nylon nuts and bolts yellow to match his microbit, and 3D printing yellow stand offs.
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