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TL;DR: Snag a 2-in-1 remote and app-controlled robot building kit for just $148.99 instead of $292 as of March 18. That's 48% off for a limited time.

If you’ve been looking for a way to keep your curious child busy, or want them to spend less time in front of a screen, you could get them an interactive robot building kit. These toy kits can inspire young learners to play with and explore math, science, technology, and engineering in a way that makes sense to them. While these toys can get expensive, you can now get a 2-in-1, 901-piece robot building kit for just $148.99 (reg. $292).

Fun for kids and adults

Anyone 8 years of age or older can assemble this kit into either a tank robot or race car. Putting the 901 pieces together can be a fun way for your kid to spend time with their parents, siblings, or friends to help teach them about teamwork. Once the robot is assembled and charged, your child can control it with the remote or a Bluetooth connection to the companion app for up to 30 minutes of play time.

The app offers five modes of playing: remote control, programming, path, voice control, and gyroscope modes. Your kids can completely immerse themselves in a fantasy world where they are completely in control of their robot.

This kit could totally be assembled by teenagers and adults, too. There’s no age limit to learn a little more about science and have fun doing it. 

Safe and durable for playtime

This 2-in-1 robot building kit is made with ABS plastic, meaning it is non-toxic and durable. You can let your kids play with their robot as much as they want without having to worry too much about their safety, at least in this regard. ABS plastic is also strong enough to withstand your child’s imagination.

Give your kids a fun challenge that has nothing to do with their phones or tablets. The 2-in-1, 901 Pieces Remote and App-Controlled Robot Building Kit is now just $148.99 (reg. $292).

Prices subject to change.

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