indi Charging Case

SKU: 980-0367

Keep indi (and learning) moving with this durable hard case designed to charge and store up to eight indi robots. Great for classroom organization, convenient charging, and easy transportation. 

The indi Charging Case is included with the indi Class Pack. This listing is for the indi Charging Case only.

  • CONVENIENT CHARGING AND STORAGE FOR 8 INDI ROBOTS
    Spend less time plugging in individual robots by simply placing 8 indis at a time into this charging hub
  • PORTABILITY AND PROTECTION
    The indi charging case features a compact design with a handle and tough exterior for transporting and storing indi robots
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Price:
$200

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