OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit (EN)

£18.30 incl. Sales Tax

OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit (EN)

OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit (EN)

  • This awesome kit includes the best-selling BBC micro:bit board, protective PVC case, a portable battery holder, USB cable and a handy getting started guide. 
  • The OKdo micro:bit starter kit includes everything you need to get going, saving you time & money. You just need a computer, phone or tablet with internet access for programming.
  • The micro:bit is packed with sensors and features making this the perfect kit for children to learn to code whilst having fun.

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The OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit includes the BBC micro:bit board and accessories, designed to make coding fun and easy. It is the perfect kit to start learning programming and bring your creative ideas to life. The kit includes everything you need to get started quickly with your next project. You get the BBC micro:bit single-board computer, a clear PVC case for the micro:bit, a dual battery holder with a switch and a 1m USB cable.


If you’re looking for the easiest way to start learning to code, this OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit is perfect for you! The kit includes everything you need to jump onto your next programming project. You no longer have to browse for parts separately to build up your own kit.

We’ve put together this amazing kit for you and have included the best-selling micro:bit single-board computer, together with high-quality accessories for the micro:bit, that will be your great companion supporting your future creative projects.

What’s included in the OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit?

  • 1 x BBC micro:bit single-board computer
  • 1 x OKdo clear PVC case for the micro:bit
  • 1 x micro:bit dual AAA battery holder with switch
  • 1 x Okdo Male USB A Micro USB B, 1m Cable
  • 1 x Getting Started Guide

Key features of the OKdo micro:bit Getting Started Kit

What is the BBC micro:bit?

The BBC micro:bit is a mini single-board computer designed to make coding fun and easy to learn. The micro:bit is completely programmable via a mobile app or computer, so you can quickly bring your ideas to life in an easy and intuitive way for beginners.

What projects can you do with a micro:bit?

The micro:bit allows you to create multiple projects, from making games to creating music and even controlling robots. The micro:bit comes with a 25 LED display, buttons, built-in speakers, Bluetooth connectivity and sensors for temperature, motion & light.

If you want to start programming or are looking for an exciting device to get young people interested in coding – then the BBC micro:bit is perfect for you!

Did you know that we have some exciting projects you can do with a micro:bit on OKdo? Let’s discover how to get started with the micro:bit and MakeCode. Another amazing guide will talk you through some steps of how to get started with micro:bit ana Python.

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Other key features of the BBC micro:bit board

  • The board measures just 4cm x 5cm, yet it has an impressive ARM Cortex m4 processor and 512KB of flash, making it a powerful little device.
  • The micro:bit has various individually programmable inputs and outputs, including a 5×5 LED matrix display, speakers, buttons and a microphone. It also features a temperature sensor, accelerometer, touch-sensitive logo, and a built-in sleep/off mode.
  • It is compatible with many free online code editors designed for different knowledge levels across various programming languages, allowing you to find the one that suits your needs best. There are endless free projects, lesson plans and activities to try, so there is every reason to start your micro:bit journey today.

The OKdo clear protective PVC case for the micro:bit

This clear PVC case is a low-cost protective case for the micro:bit board. This case is made from soft transparent PVC that enables all sensors to work as if there wasn’t a case fitted. The shiny material is perfect for schools where a quick wipe down between lessons is required.

The micro:bit dual AAA battery holder with lid and switch

The TSG dual AAA Battery holder with lid and switch has 150mm long leads and a JST PH connector. This is a great battery holder for portable projects, meaning you can always bring your projects with you. Please note that batteries are not included.

The Okdo Male USB A Micro USB B, 1m Cable

This USB cable features a standard Type-A USB connector on one end and a Type-B (Micro) connector on the other end. The Type-A connector can be plugged into a computer, with the Micro Type-B connector into a Type-B port.


  • 28 AWG
  • 1 metre
  • PVC jacket
  • Protective braiding
  • Data and power capability





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