Discovering Arduino DIY Kit
Price: $59.99
The growing DIY movement is empowering people to take control of their products and environment. And not only do you want to take control over a product, you want to make it do what you want it to do. The easiest way to accomplish this is with a knowledge of electronics and microcontroller programming. But where to begin? Luckily, we've found this Discovering Arduino DIY Kit.

Each Discovering Arduino DIY Kit is chock full of electrical components. But it's not just a box of parts - you get instructions, too! And online classes. Then add in the included Arduino UNO and even more instructions, and you'll be enjoying the cool waters of electronics learning AND microcontroller programming. Just in case you don't know, Arduino is a microcontroller created for learning. It is the easiest way to learn about computing with thousands of learning resources available. The worlds of electronics and microcontroller programming are exciting, and the Discovering Arduino DIY Kit is the one stop shop to begin the journey into both!

Discovering Arduino DIY Kit:

- A great beginning electronics kit which also doubles as a great beginning Arduino kit!
- Online instruction also helps take your knowledge to new levels - both in electrical design and theory and Arduino programming.
- Over 130 electrical doodads (including resistors, LEDs, capacitors, potentiometers, breadboard, alligator clips, photoresistors, instructions, and more), along with an Arduino UNO, USB cable, and more instructions.
- No soldering needed!
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