littleBits o25 DC motor

SKU: 650-0142

The DC (or "direct current") motor rotates a small cross axle shaft you can attach anything to. It also works with all littleBits accessories that have cross axle openings. Try attaching a wheel! Use it to spin, turn, twist, and roll.

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Title: dc motor (cross axle)
Price:
$20

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