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Electronic 2013 Advent Calendar

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Conrad Electronic 2013 Advent Calendar from Conrad.com via Star.

Forget those boring chocolate-filled advent calendars! Why not opting for brand-new and innovative experiments instead that make the build-up to Christmas 2013 great fun? Every day, behind one of these little doors, there’s an electronic component waiting which comes with full instructions and doesn’t require any technical knowledge. Great fun for Electronics ethusiasts & pros, too! Each component is designed to be simply plugged into slots on the PCB, means no soldering required. Experiments can be repeated as often as you like.
And on Christmas Eve, all components add up to a larger electronics project that will help you make your Christmas tree look even more stunning.


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