littleBits wall storage

SKU: 660-5028

littleBits Wall Storage makes organizing your giant collection of Bits a breeze. Always know where your Bits belong, and access them quickly and easily with 5 purple littleBits metal wall panels, 60 small plastic bins, and 20 large plastic bins.

Sizes

Small bins 5 1⁄2 x 4 x 3"
Larger bins 7 1⁄2 x 4 x 3"
Wall Panels 18 x 19"

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Price:
$300
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We’re on a mission to put the power of electronics in the hands of everyone, and to break down complex technologies so that anyone can build, prototype, and invent.

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