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Deal: Save 16% on the Circuit Scribe Basic Kit

by Paul Strauss
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Ever wanted to build your own electronic circuits, but didn’t want to deal with messy chemicals? Why not draw your circuit on a sheet of paper? That’s what the Circuit Scribe kit lets you do.

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The starter set includes special pens that paint with non-toxic, silver conductive ink, along with a circuit stencil and six modules for you to start building circuits with. The included workbook helps you learn the basics of electronics along the way, as you build your first working projects.

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The modules stick to your circuit using magnets and a sheet of steel that goes behind your drawings. The kit includes a 9V battery adapter module, 2 bi-LED lamps, an SPST switch, an NPN transistor, and a 2-pin adaptor that lets you use a variety of included resistors, capacitors or a photoresistor in your circuit.

The Circuit Scribe Basic Kit normally sells for $60, but we’ve got it on sale in the Technabob Shop for just $49.99 now.

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