Wigl Kit: Build Your Own Music-loving Robot

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Jan 12, 2017

Wigl Kit Assembly Videos

Here is the complete guide to putting together your Wigl robot.

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1. Soldering Your Circuit Board

If you haven’t assembled your Wigl circuit board yet, watch this video first:

If you’ve already got your circuit board ready to go, check out our Kit Assembly video below:

2. Putting Your Robot Together

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$99

Wigl Kit

The dancing robot itself - the kit includes all the necessary parts to build a robot and get Wigl moving to your tunes. Just bring a soldering iron, solder, and a 9V battery.


$520

Classroom Pack (6 Wigl Kits)

Enough kits for the whole class to work together in teams to build real, musical robots. Collectively, a group of Wigl can be referred to as a Wag.


$8

Recorder

A basic plastic recorder - the simplest tool to get Wigl moving, and to learn some notes on.

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