Do you like to know how things are made? The best way to learn is building them yourself. We’ve put together a list of 8 interesting products you had no idea you could build using a DIY kit. Learn how things like a scale, power bank, wireless charger, game console, and much more are built.
Continue reading to find out the 8 DIY kits we’ve selected.
Build your own portable charger with this DIY battery charger box. The batteries are not included.
Build a console game while learning about electronics and soldering. The codes and schematics are provided, so you can modify the codes to build your own games. The kit comes with four retro games: Tetris, Snake, Racing, and Shooting. The console can be powered using a USB power supply, or batteries.
Build your own wireless fast charger power bank with this kit. It comes with a really nice looking case with an anti-slip circle, power button, LED indicator, and much more. The kit requires rechargeable 1260100 lipo battery, which is not included in the kit.
Build a musical Tesla coil. The kit is really inexpensive and fairly easy to build. Once you have it running, it produces really cool effects. We recommend you watching a video of the mini Tesla plasma coil to have an idea of what it can do.
Count the time using this hourglass LEDs kit. This will also give a good decoration product. The assemble is simple and suitable for beginners.
This kit comes with everything you need to build a scale. But this is not a regular scale! It comes with extra nice features such as calendar, time, and temperature display. It also allows you to calculate price based on weight and set alarms.
Play board games with your friends using an electronic dice with a small vibrator motor built by yourself. The kit is easy to assemble, suitable for beginners.
Maybe you already knew about the component tester kit as we write a lot about it – it is such a great product. The component tester kit identifies PNP and NPN bipolar transistor, N, P-channel MOSFET, JFET field effect transistors, diodes, resistors, capacitors, and inductors automatically.
To know more about how it works and how to assemble, you can read our review: DIY Transistor Tester Kit Review.
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