Sphero Turbo Cover

SKU: ATC01CA1

Kick fun into high-gear with a custom Turbo Cover for SPRK+, Sphero BOLT, and Sphero 2.0. While protecting against scratches and scuffs, Turbo Covers give you the traction and control to speed past your competition. With four performance-inspired colors to choose from Turbo Covers haul serious bot. 

Sphero Turbo covers work with all Sphero versions.

  • Shields your Sphero against the elements
  • Provides unbeatable traction for all types of terrain
  • Available in four unique colors: carbon, teal, red and clear
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Color: Carbon
Price:
$15

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