TL;DR: Through Jan. 30, the 2-in-1 Remote and App-Controlled Robot Building Kit is on sale for $129.99 — that's 55% off its usual cost of $292.
STEM skills are more important than ever — and learning them is easier than ever because kids these days get to build robots and control them with apps. And you can too. In fact, adults are buying awesome toys and making big profits for toy companies. With this 2-in-1 Build a Robot Kit, builders can get creative and clever using 901 available pieces to build their choice of robot, now for 55% off until January 30.
Whether you want to build the car or design the tank on tracks model, this robotics kit comes with many supplies to make your robot a reality. As you play and create, you'll be exposed to coding concepts and get introduced to some math, science, tech, and engineering skills. For young users, this intro may begin a lifetime of STEM learning, essential to so many modern fields. Stay on the cutting edge of society's biggest innovations with what you learn from this toy.
Once it's built, you can pilot your robot with a remote controller or app through five different modes. Connect via Bluetooth to cycle through the modes, including:
With up to 30 meters of range, builders can get great practice operating their robot at a distance. Play time lasts up to 30 minutes, and with a charge time of only 90 minutes, you can get back out there with the robot quickly.
With safety in mind, the ABS plastic used is non-toxic. The robot kit is built to meet ASTM and CPSIA standards, with smooth surfaces and rounded corner designs that make it safer for little hands. Kids 8 and up can have fun and learn with this robot-building kit — and that means you too, big kid.
It's hard to put a price on learning, but if you're shopping for your little robotics engineer-in-training, saving 55% on this kit doesn't hurt. And the same is true if you're shopping for your own hobby interests. Get this 2-in-1, 901-piece robot kit for $129.99, down from its typical price of $292 through January 30. Let's face it, robots are just cool — and getting more relevant to our lives every day.
Prices subject to change.