Cyberbug Soldering KitBring this little guy to life!
It blinks, it crawls, but most importantly, it buzzes
The CyberBug uses a vibrating motor as a source of movement. You can adjust the direction and the velocity of crawling by bending the leads. The eyes are LEDs that change the color over time. 37 solder points are enough to keep one busy for an hour or so. The CR2032 battery is included.
These bugs were invented by a brave officer in 2065, but it didn't play quite as he intended… The complete story is in the kit.
High tech, low life
Ruthless megacorps, scarce basic goods, bright neon lights with hieroglyphs and crowds of cyborgs on lower levels of the city — our cyberpunk future is probably already on its way. Each Cyberpunk Soldering kit has its own place and story in this world. Collect them all and find out!
Complete user guide inside
The booklet is short and clear. It will help you to not mess up the soldering.
Soldering is easy!
We are absolutely sure that any humanoid person of 12—146 years old is able to master soldering. Soldering is a meditative and calming process of creating satisfyingly nice devices. Just don't forget to grab a soldering iron, flux, and solder. Then you are all set. If you really get into soldering, the pliers and a third hand might come in handy.