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  • Kitronik Bumper Add-On For The :MOVE MINI MK2
  • Kitronik Bumper Add-On For The :MOVE MINI MK2

Kitronik Bumper Add-On For The :MOVE MINI MK2

Article number: KIT-5658
€2,25 €2,02 Incl. tax

Get more from :MOVE mini MK2 for BBC microbit with the Bumper add-on. Turn :MOVE mini into a football/hockey game playing robot. Backwards compatible with Mk1.

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With this Bumper add-on for :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit MK2, everyone's favorite little programmable robot buggy just got much better. If you were looking for an add-on that allows for competitive games, then this is the add-on for you.

This version of the bumper add on has been designed to fit both the new :MOVE mini MK2 and the original version. The assembly instructions for both can be found in the Resources section below.

This self assembly Bumper add-on kit is made from the same materials as :MOVE mini MK2 and has been designed in keeping with the :MOVE mini aesthetic.

Once the add-on has been attached to :MOVE mini MK2, the buggy can now easily be used for competitive games involving a ball or a puck, football and hockey spring to mind.

Note:

  • This kit requires mechanical assembly.

Features:

  • This attachment can be fitted quickly and easily.
  • :MOVE mini MK2 will be able to move balls and pucks.
  • Allows for competitive team games such as football and hockey.
  • This product is backwards compatible with the first version of :MOVE mini. There are two sets of assembly instructions in the resources section below.

Contents:

  • 1 x Set of Bumper parts.
  • 2 x 10mm Counter sunk M3 screw.

Requires:

  • 1 x :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit kit.
  • 1 x BBC microbit.
  • Screwdriver.
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