A great gift idea for tech-savvy Dads on Father’s Day

19th May 2016
Posted By : Nat Bowers
A great gift idea for tech-savvy Dads on Father’s Day

Technology Will Save Us are a company helping children and adults alike, to learn, enjoy and create with technology and coding (which they believe everyone can do!) by producing DIY gadget kits, resources and tools as well as hosting workshops for all ages. Tech Will Save Us products are vehicles for education that encourage everyone to make, play, code and invent with technology.

Their DIY Gadget Kits are being promoted as a great way to craft and create together around the kitchen table over the May half term. The kits would also make a great gift for tech-savvy Dads this Father’s Day (which is now only a month away).

Tech Will Save Us’ vibrant range includes: the DIY Speaker Kit, that lets you learn how to build a speaker from scratch; a DIY Gamer Kit that lets you build your own hand held games console and code it’s games; a DIY Thirsty Plant Kit, which teaches you how to make your own moisture sensor to let you know when your plant needs watering. Their best selling Electro Dough Kit is also now available as a Luxe Gift Box, beautifully gift-wrapped and packed with four tubs of electronic dough, stickers and an inventors sketchbook inspiring the youngest of inventors to bring dough creations to life with light and sound.

Suitable for ages 4-104, the full range also includes DIY Synth and Start Arduino. All kits are locally made in their Hackney studio and mini-factor and use everyday life as inspiration. The DIY Gadget Kits tap into the hobbies and passions that we all love - music, gardening, cycling and gaming and are designed for a range of gadget knowledge, from beginners to the more experienced tech-enthusiasts! Beautifully designed, the kits are easy to set up and start building.

Plus, all gadget kits are compatible with the BBC micro:bit, the groundbreaking partnership between the Tech Will Save Us, the BBC and 27 partners to create a pocket-sized, codeable computer that has launched in schools this year.

The making possibilities are infinite, with the ability to use everyday household objects and outdoor items to make new creations and get inventive.


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