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Littlebits

Littlebits is a new electronic building toy for kids, it brings the simplicity of the classic building block to the world of electronics, making science/technology fun and accessible. Littlebits lets kids turn technology inside out. Color-coded electronic Bits modules snap together with magnets to form simple circuits, creating the foundation for young inventors to build anything they can dream of - like an "annoying sibling alarm”, glow-in-the-dark puppets, a bubble blowing flute, whatever your imagination can conjure. Several Kits are available, no coding, wiring or soldering required. watch the video

Available now at amazon. In Europe pick it here




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