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This complete Arduino starter kit is just $52 right now

Master this renowned DIY electronics platform with 16 hours of hands-on training and all the hardware you’ll need to get started.
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It wasn't all that long ago that you needed an engineering degree and a full-scale laboratory to create your own electronics; but that's all changed thanks to Arduino, the open-source microcontroller that's made it possible for artists, hobbyists, and pros alike to create everything from DIY robots to wearables.

If creating your own gadgets sounds like a fun way to kick off your 2019, then the Arduino Uno Ultimate Starter Kit & Course Bundle is for you; and it's on sale for only $51.99 today.

Featuring four beginner-friendly courses and the Arduino Uno-compatible Vilros Uno board, this collection has the training and hardware required to get you building your own DIY electronics right out of the box and with zero engineering experience required.

You'll start with a quick introduction to the Arduino platform and the various boards and software available. From there, you'll put theory into practice as you walk through building circuits, writing programs, and ultimately completing several hands-on projects.

From creating musical instruments to a web-based data logger, the Arduino Uno Ultimate Starter Kit & Course Bundle is jam-packed with tutorials that will refine your technical skills and help you produce a number of exciting creations.

And, no need to worry if you're new to the world of programming. The collection also comes with an extensive instruction manual to take you from novice to expert in coding.

So, if you're looking to add a new skill to your repertoire in 2019, the Arduino Uno Ultimate Starter Kit & Course Bundle is a solid way to start. The collection normally retails for $354.96, but you can get it on sale today for only $51.99, saving 85% off the retail price.

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