Beetlebot Robot Kit

Beep-bop-bop! Learn electronics with this moving, buzzing, blinking and squeaking robot!
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Beetlebot is a fun electronics kit for young engineers

Looking for something to occupy your kid? And it better be something not only entertaining but educational too, right? Beetlebot kit is a great choice, then! This cute robot comes to life with a few tweaks and then does all sorts of tricks through 14 projects. It shows how to combine basic electronic components into wholesome devices step by step with a colorful book. Even an 8 y.o. can master the Beetlebot!

No programming, no soldering. Just raw hardcore electronic components

Beetlebot has a breadboard on its back. That’s the place for all the projects to be assembled — safely, without soldering. Just insert resistors, transistors, capacitors, and other components into the board, and Beetlebot will do new stunts.

The scheme

Less theory — more action!

We have combined detailed diagrams, assembly instructions, and concise descriptions of these electronic components’ principles in a colorful book. We believe it has the perfect balance of education and fun.

The book
What’s inside the kit

What’s in the kit

  • Beetlebot platform ×1
  • Book ×1
  • Transistors ×4
  • LEDs ×4
  • 220 μF capacitors ×4
  • 10 μF capacitors ×4
  • Buttons ×4
  • 100 kΩ resistors ×10
  • 10 kΩ resistors ×10
  • 1 kΩ resistors ×10
  • 220 Ω resistors ×10
  • Male–female jumper wires ×15
  • Male–male jumper wires ×15
  • Don’t forget 4×AA batteries to power the kit — they aren’t included

Beetlebot is the first step into the world of electronics

All the blinking and buzzing may seem simple and sketchy, but this is exactly what kids need to get involved. And when the kids are excited about something, they rock. Maybe your kid will become the next Elon Musk, or maybe not. The engineer is a well-paid job, anyway.


RoHS compliant

Beetlebot’s hardware does not contain lead, so it is safe for children. It also won’t poison the rivers one day it would be wasted.