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    SG Micro:bit V2 Project Kit

    Manufacturer: micro:bit
    Build up to six projects straight out of the box with this great value SG Education Project Kit for the BBC micro:bit. The perfect way to get started with programming and hardware interaction. No soldering required, all parts are included to build 6 projects. Small prototype breadboard and 2 x AAA Batteries are included.

    Included in the kit are:
    BBC Micro:Bit
    Mini Breadboard
    Shielded Croc Leads
    USB to mini USB cable
    Red-Green-Amber LED's
    Clips
    Battery cage
    AAA batteries included

    The projects that can be built are:
    Dice
    Theremin
    Miniature Steady Hand Game
    Fruit Keyboard
    Traffic Light
    SKU: SG CSKIT2
    Availability: 598 in stock
    €24.94
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