ScoutMakes Bluetooth Fun

by TinkeringTech

Open source, CircuitPython-compatible, Bluetooth-enabled STEM electronics kits

View all updates Mar 04, 2021

Shipping Soon!

by Lali Jayatilleke

Hello all,

We sent our final bulk shipment to Mouser, who will soon begin shipping out your orders! It has been a tremendous experience birthing this idea and, with your help, presenting it to the world. THANK YOU!

I really hope you enjoy the product. Please provide feedback on what can be improved!

A Few Notes…

  1. Once you receive your product, please go here for assembly instructions. We will continually update the learn guides to address any bugs that are found in our documentation.
  2. Please keep in mind that the source files for our products are on GitHub in case you need them.
  3. In order to assemble the kits, you will need a soldering iron. I recommend this soldering kit from Amazon. It has many useful tools for electronics, including a screwdriver.
  4. Please use the #scoutmakes hashtag to share pictures of your projects on Instagram, Hackaday, Facebook, etc.
  5. Our own Instagram account is scoutmakesomething

About the Author

Lali Jayatilleke

tinkeringtech  ·  tinkeringtech  ·   Kensington, MD


$3,567 raised

of $3,500 goal

101% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$62

ScoutMakes FM Radio Kit

Everything you need to get started: an Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, an FM radio expansion module, headphones, a USB Type-C cable, and a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery.


$83

ScoutMakes Robot Kit

Everything you need to get started: an Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, a robot expansion module, two N20 motors, two wheels, a USB Type-C cable, a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, a 3D printed frame, screws, and mounting hardware


$93

ScoutMakes Combo Kit

Everything you need to assemble both the FM Radio kit and the Robot kit: a single Azul BLE development board with a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display, an FM radio expansion module, headphones, a robot expansion board, a USB Type-C cable, a 100 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, headphones, two N20 motors, two wheels, a 3D printed frame, screws, and mounting hardware

Credits

TinkeringTech

TinkeringTech is an open source electronics company dedicated to encouraging everyone, young and old, to learn engineering.


Lalindra Jayatilleke

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