This Crazy Circuits Starter Kit is one of the new products featured by Light Stitches from Brown Dog Gadgets direct from the USA .
This kit is ideal for young learners and LEGO™ enthusiasts to add lights to your LEGO™ projects. Create your own projects from scratch or use one of Brown Dog’s free templates and build guides.
Create your own electronics projects in minutes with the Crazy Circuits Starter Set.
Design your own projects from scratch or follow one of our many Project Guides. Add Crazy Circuits parts to any LEGO™ project to make it light up. Just lay down our special conductive Maker Tape and press the Crazy Circuits parts into place. Use the included conductive thread to create eye catching wearables. Crazy Circuits parts are compatible with LEGO™ and similar brick building systems. Crazy Circuits parts come 100% ready to go out of the box, which means no soldering or preparation required.
This kit covers topics such as circuitry, programming, logic, design, sewable technology, art, and design.
These kits are intended for makers ages 10 and up due to the small parts and dexterity concerns. Coin cell batteries of any type can be extremely dangerous if swallowed and caution is always recommended. All projects are powered at 3V and have no danger of shocking or harming users.
The Standard Kit Includes:
- Blink/Fade Board
- Slide Switch
- Two Coin Cell Battery Holders
- Five Jumbo 10mm LEDs (Red, Amber, Green, Blue, White)
- Five Mini Surface Mount LEDs (Red, Amber, Green, Blue, White)
- Maker Tape – ⅛ inch, 16 feet
- Conductive Thread Bobbin – 16 feet
- Five CR2032 Batteries
- LEGO™ Baseplate (8×16 studs)
- Plastic Organiser
Kits are available as the standard kit or Classroom Sets are available to order.
Project ideas include a simple touch piano, LEGO™ maze, LEGO™ Ambulance, LEGO™ BB-8, LEGO™X wing and many more. Each project comes with step by step instructions, difficulty level and time for each project.
We introduce this new product at a special price of £40.00.
We would love to see your own designs why not share your ideas and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org