Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Robots

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Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Robots

MAKE Holiday Gift Guide

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Give the gift of holiday robot cheer! I love robots, and the holiday season is as good as an excuse as any to buy some fun robot stuff.

Whether you are looking for a cool robot toy (“It’s for the kids. Really, honey!”), the latest and greatest robot kits, exciting new parts for your next robot, or books to help you learn, this is the guide for you.

See all our 2013 holiday gift guides here.

12 thoughts on “Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Robots

  1. SaluteHoliday Gift Guide 2013: Robots | Salute says:

    […] Dare il regalo di allegria robot vacanza! Il periodo delle vacanze è buono come una scusa come un altro per comprare un po ‘di divertimento roba robot. Se siete alla ricerca di un robot giocattolo freddo (“E ‘per i bambini. Davvero, tesoro!”), I più recenti e più kit robot, entusiasmanti nuove parti per il vostro prossimo robot, o libri per aiutarti ad imparare, questa è la guida per l’ voi. […]

  2. klangular says:

    Brushbots are awesome. Way more fun then hexbots

    1. edcatlett says:

      Then hexbots do what?

  3. wafer handling products says:

    Holiday robot is very interesting and it is very cool…

  4. Sehnora says:

    hi, your gift guide looks amazing! I’m a wordpress newbie and want to create such a guide on my blog… could you please tell me which plugin you are using for the slideshow?

  5. DFRobot’s Public Highlights of 2013 | A Maker's Dream Factory says:

    […] BO Spider Kit in Makezine’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Robots […]

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Andrew Terranova is an electrical engineer, writer and author of How Things Are Made: From Automobiles to Zippers. Andrew is also an electronics and robotics enthusiast and has created and curated robotics exhibits for the Children's Museum of Somerset County, NJ and taught robotics classes for the Kaleidoscope Enrichment in Blairstown, NJ and for a public primary school. Andrew is always looking for ways to engage makers and educators.

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