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Creation Crate

Introducing a subscription box that teaches you electronics, coding and high-level problem solving.

$29.99+ / month
Product Overview
  • We ship every Tuesday and Thursday of the week.
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Subscriptions automatically renew. Cancel anytime
Are you prepared for the jobs of the future?
Learn how to build and program electronics with instructions and components sent to your door each month. Get a new and more challenging project each month with new lessons.
  • Box items vary but the 3 main components are: the UNO R3 (Arduino-compatible)-which is like a pocket-sized computer, various components, and the instruction booklet
  • Each project will be slightly harder than the last
  • Recommended age is 12-75
Subscriber Reviews
23
4.3 of 5 stars
EDITOR REVIEW
May Creation Create Review
by Shane R written 2 years ago
Loved my first Creation Crate. I worked on the Mood Lamp with my little sister and we had a great time putting it together. As someone who never was really interested in technology, this definitely provided some inspiration!
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by Angel written 4 days ago
I got this as a Valentine’s Day gift for my boyfriend who’s a software engineer, and he loved it! He started putting it together immediately. Also, it shipped super fast after I ordered! Will definitely order again 🙂
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by Aida written 7 days ago
It was cool. But the package is super small for the price. But it has awesome things. Too bad I got to create a mood lamp, a small mood lamp. But my husband liked it. I think I would pay like $25 for the subscription because is small.
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Fun project for 11yo and his mom
by Courtney written 8 days ago
My son loves circuit boards and mood lamps, so this first Creation Crate was a hit with him! I took computer programming classes twenty years ago and enjoyed dipping my toes back in. The kit is a good way to start in that it shows you exactly what to do - including code to either type in, yourself, or cheat and just download it. There is a little room for improvement in readability (the font chosen for the printed code makes commas look like periods) and the wiring diagrams in the materials have occasional inconsistencies (where both layouts work, but it would be better to have only one presented in all images). We enjoyed this so much that I'm ordering a second subscription for my other child.
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