indi Student Carrying Case

SKU: 980-0368

Individual hard carrying case to store and transport one indi robot and accessories. Great for classroom organization or sending indi home with students. 

 

The indi Student Carrying Case + accessories are included with the indi Student Kit and the indi Class Pack. This listing is for the indi Charging Case only (no robot or accessories included).

  • DURABLE HARD CASE
    Keep indi safe as it travels around school or home with students
  • EASY ORGANIZATION 
    This carrying case for indi allows quick cleanup and easy organization. It holds one indi robot, color cards or tiles, and a micro-USB charging cable
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Price:
$25

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