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Is it available in India ?

RS Components sells in India. Otherwise have a look on Arduino distributors page and you'll find many distributors.


Any idea if there will be more kits available on the arduino store, so I can get them before christmas?


:smiley-sleep: hoping to pick up a starter kit soon, guessing these things are selling out quick, anyone know how much UK postage is per chance?



You got to keep watching, I ordered one in the weekend (saturday i guess) but they sold out quickly again.
Don't know about the UK, but shipping to Belgium was €15 (that's about £12).


You got to keep watching, I ordered one in the weekend (saturday i guess) but they sold out quickly again.
Don't know about the UK, but shipping to Belgium was €15 (that's about £12).

Ok will do, thanks for the reply.



They just came back into stock this morning! Get one while they last! I know I did  :smiley-mr-green:


After having RS components move the back order ship date on my order from 8 December, to 18 to 27 to 31, then to 18 January and finally 31 January, I decided to source another supplier.

Mouser have kits in stock. I ordered Wednesday morning and it was shipped from the States and I received it in the UK Friday morning. P&P included for orders over £50, the price from mouser: £76.10 inc VAT - cheaper than on the Arduino store.

I hope that helps!



Thanks, andrewjackson. I just ordered a kit and added a LED to make it free for shipment. Can't wait to get my hands dirty~~
When atoms become bits


Just so you know, Mouser electronics has 6 right now.


Adafruit in New York claims to have 49 kits ( as well as their own kit) https://www.adafruit.com/products/1078


Does anyone else know who has the official starter kit in stock?


I never had any starter kits, I always go to the local electronic market and buy parts.
What is man's best friend? The breadboard!


Is this kit the best way to start if i have noooo idea about this amazing world of electronics that i did not know that existed ?? Or is there a bettter kit to start with ?? i want to learn as much as i can as soon as possible to do crazy stuff !! so any help on where to start would be awesome, im only asking this cause there is sooooooo much info about arduinos and ways to start learning that i dont know wich way to go.



There are many types of Arduino starter kits, but the Official Arduino Starter Kit is definitely a very good place to start.  The kit is very well put together and includes an excellent instruction book.  It is highly recommended.  The problem would be where to buy it from and if they have it in stock.

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