This DIY robotics kit for future engineers is on sale for $380 off

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: The DIY Microbot Mini Robot Arm Professional Kit is just $1,308.99 with code SAVE15NOV as of Nov. 11.


Just as many once feared, robots and AI have started taking over. Just take a look around — cars can drive themselves, vacuums can clean for you, and pizzas can even deliver themselves. And this is just the beginning. The future will likely be filled with tons of opportunities in the robotics field, which means those interested should definitely get started ASAP.

Help future engineers explore what the world of robotics is all about with this DIY Mirobot Mini Robot Arm Professional Kit from WLKATA. And for a limited time, save $381 with this early Black Friday deal.

Originally funded on Kickstarter, the Mirobot is essentially a scaled-down version of a factory robotic arm. It’s about the same weight as a laptop and stands under a foot tall, but it’s packed with features that will provide years of mental stimulation for kids and lay the groundwork for a future in engineering. Plus, it can help you out around your desk with repetitive tasks. 

The Mirobot comes pre-assembled, so it’s ready for action right out of the box. It can be controlled with a Bluetooth remote, an app, or from a PC, and its 0.2mm positioning accuracy makes it great for light-duty tasks. It also comes with several attachments to customize its actions, like grippers, suction cups, magnets, and even pen holders. Its official PC software WLKATA Studio even allows for DIY coding using Blockly, G-code, and Python. There’s also a learning mode and drawing mode for both educational and entertainment purposes. It’s basically the gift that keeps on giving. 

The DIY Mini Robot Arm Kit is normally priced at $1,690. But ahead of Black Friday, you can save $381 using the code SAVE15NOV. That knocks the price down to $1,308.99.


Black and orange DIY Microbot Mini Robot Arm Professional Kit on a white background.

Credit: WLKATA

Source: Mashable

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