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NEW PRODUCT – Pi Supply Bit:Buggy Car (without micro:bit)

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NEW PRODUCT – Pi Supply Bit:Buggy Car (without micro:bit)


The Pi Supply Bit:Buggy Car is a small and cute DIY smart car based around the BBC micro:bit. It’s a simple but well-designed lil robot car and is a great way to take the micro:bit and turn it into a robotics platform! No soldering or heavy assembly skills needed – comes together in about 30 minutes to an hour depending on age.

Bit:Buggy has 3 extended GPIO ports – two for driving servos and one for, well, any other stuff! This version of Bit:Buggy can perform functions such as light following, remote control (an additional micro:bit is required), and others. By adding different sensors and modules you can extend the functionality to enable things, like obstacle avoidance, drawing, and more!

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Kit contains:

  • 2 x Servo
  • 1 x Screwdriver
  • 2 x Wheel
  • 2 x Rivet
  • 1 x Universal Wheel
  • 1 x Back Shield
  • 1 x Bit:Buggy Board
  • 6 x Tapping Screw
  • 2 x Side Board
  • 1 x Binding Post
  • 5 x Screw
  • 1 x Rubber Band
  • 1 x Special Expansion Board
  • 1 x Base Board
  • 1 x Front Shield
  • 2 x Side Board

Note: Does not include micro:bit. This is just the Bit:Buggy kit by itself.

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In stock and shipping now!


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