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    ElecFreaks Crystal Battery Box for 2xAAA batteries for micro:bit

    Manufacturer: Elecfreaks
    This is a battery box specialized for micro:bit. You can place two AAA batteries into the battery holder, switch on and then it will supply power to micro:bit via PH2.0 connector. Packing List 1 x Exclusive Crystal Battery Box
    SKU: EF11085
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