Build and Create with the Smart Nano Bots + Tools Kit

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Have you enjoyed building Lego sets your entire life? Have your hands always had the knack for construction, or have you always wanted to build your own robot?

We see in film just how many robots take over the world but sometimes we just want to see if we could build anything similar. Now, with the Smart Nano Bots + Tools kit, you can!

Robotics classes aren’t what most people are searching for when they say they want to learn how to build robots that work. With the Smart Nano Bots, you’ll be able to learn and explore the world of robotics from the comfort of your own home. With everything from the batteries, to the soldering iron being included in the kit, you’ll be able to start building your robot from the second you receive your Smart Nano Bots + Tools Kit. All you need is the kit and a little bit of light to power your robots to have fun.

There are many features to the Smart Nano Bots that make it the ideal gift or kit for any budding robotics fanatic.

Key Features

With over 250 electrical components you’re not only going to find the fun of building any of the 7 robots that come within the kit, but you will be continuing to learn how electricity conducts through wires and panels.

Both the Soldering Iron and the Rotary tool are USB cord powered, so you can power it from a portable charger, a laptop, or anything else you connect your USB’s into to help power your gadget.

You’re not just building a figure, you are designing a robot complete with light sensors and advanced motor mechanics unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Robots interest everyone from children to adults, and the Smart Nano Bots + Tools Kit is a great addition to a house of robot fanatics and mechanical engineers, or just anyone with an interest in building.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.