the kind of components & joints that create robotic movement
soldering skills like SMD, SMT and through-holes
Vibrational, resonance,and oscillation
engineering working with vibro-motors
USB Soldering iron
USB Rotary tool
Using this simple kit, you will be able to easily build robots that will amaze and inspire you. It's part puzzle, part science, part creativity—and all fun. |
With a little bit of help, my kids are now building robots like maniacal little electrical engineers. The end result is just as fun as the process, and my kids absolutely love coming up with fun games to play with their new robots! - parent
I love my robots because they are my little friends! What I love most is how they move all by themselves, and intelligently seek the light. It was really interesting seeing how they go together and making them myself with the soldering gun. - 13/14 year old
Trust me - I've taken some engineering classes, and playing with Geeek Club robots is a much funner way to learn the basics! I would highly recommend them for anyone who loves sci-fi or learning. The best! - adult
I have never seen a more creative and fun way to teach the basics of engineering. I bought 20 sets so I can give a robot to every student I have this semester. We're going to have a blast. - college/technical school professor
Our founders Nico and Nikita bring together two sides of Geeek club: imaginative design and creativity with practical engineering and exacting manufacturing practices.
The two of them met in Shenzhen at an innovative maker space founded by Nico, TroubleMaker maker space and the synergy was almost instant.
Now, they are determined to make high-tech accessible to all people, young and old, through amazing-quality robot kits that
merge play and serious engineering.
We hope you will join us for the
journey and stay to see what's
Please contact us with any questions about the product, or if you'd like to become Geeek Club's partner!
You can't connect the dots looking forward, you can only connect them looking backwards.
The words "think different" were created by Chiat Day art director Craig Tanimoto. The text of the various versions of this commercial was tinkered with by Rob Siltanen and Ken Segall. However, it is important to point out that the text was simply lifted from an original piece written by Jack Kerouac (and certainly not created for Apple). Music was composed by Chip Jenkins for Elias Arts.