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Get these tech DIY gifts at Black Friday prices

There’s something here for every DIY enthusiast on your gift list this season, and everything is available at a significant discount for a limited time
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November 14, 2019
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You don't need to wait until Black Friday in order to take advantage of some of the best deals around. There's something on this list for every DIY enthusiast this season, and everything is available at a significant discount for a limited time.

1. Complete Raspberry Pi 3B+ Starter Kit & Course Bundle

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MSRP: $448 | Sale Price: $140 (68 percent off)

Complete with a Pi 3B+ board and beginner-friendly instruction, this starter kit comes with everything you need to start building home automation systems, robots, and games from scratch.

2. SunFounder Nano DIY 4-DOF Robot Kit

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MSRP: $60 | Sale Price: $47 (21 percent off)

Not all robots are scary. This Robot kit makes it easy to build and program a friendly robot that can walk, dance, kick and more.

3. SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Printer Starter Bundle

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MSRP: $396 | Sale Price: $299 (24 percent off)

3D printers can seem intimidating to a new DIY-er, but not SparkMaker's. Designed for user-friendliness and capable of printing at 100µm XY resolution, this printer makes creating components a dream.

4. The Complete Arduino Starter Kit & Course Bundle

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MSRP: $608 | Sale Price: $89 (85 percent off)

With six courses led by industry pros, this starter kit and course bundle will teach you how to use Arduino in order to build a virtually limitless number of gadgets, ranging from robots to servers.

5. DIY Drone Builder Kit

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MSRP: $99 | Sale Price: $59 (40 percent off)

The drone revolution is here, and this kit lets you embrace the action by teaching you how to build your own customized drone from scratch.

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