Please note! This is NOT the subscription version of AdaBox! This is ONLY AdaBox001 and does not include free shipping, the lithium ion battery, or AdaBox subscriber exclusive pin. If you’d like to subscribe to AdaBox, please visit the AdaBox page!
When we launched our subscription service for makers, our first box sold out almost immediately. While it’s still too late to be one of our very first AdaBox subscribers, it’s not too late to buy our first AdaBox as a standalone product.
AdaBox001 – Welcome to the Feather Ecosystem is the perfect gift for folks who are just getting started in the world of DIY electronics. It’s an excellent introduction to our wide world of Adafruit Feather and a great way to test the waters of AdaBox before committing to a subscription.
If you’re an international customer, this is currently the only way to get an AdaBox (for now – we’re working on it!) and if you’re a subscriber who missed out on box one, a great way to spend your time as you anxiously await Box 2.
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