After you’ve baked all of the sourdough and played all of the video games in your library, perhaps it’s time to consider something a bit more challenging.
Here, we’ve rounded up five products guaranteed to test your tech-savviness and keep you entertained at home.
Create an eye-catching, impressive-looking wooden mechanical safe with this discounted kit.
Right now, you can save $20 off this DIY safe that’s perfect for hands-on learning. Projects, like this safe, come ready to assemble without the need for glue or other chemicals.
Once you complete the project, you can use the fully-functional safe to keep your valuables in. Not bad for a $50 project, right?
Do you want to introduce your child to the magic of the Raspberry Pi? Consider picking up this SunFounder PiCar-V Kit V2.0.
This kit tasks you and your child to work together to build and program a webcam-equipped, remote-controlled car using a Raspberry Pi (sold separately.)
This beginner-friendly STEM learning kit is selling for just $105, and a fun way to spark your child’s interest in programming.
Learn how to build a mobile phone with this discounted Ringo DIY Mobile Phone Kit.
This successful Kickstarter project comes with everything you need and to build a smartphone, complete with a custom operating system, apps, and games, compatibility with all mobile networks.
While this project is estimated to take five hours to build, creators can be customized with tons of hardware expansion modules so learning can continue.
Right now, you can save $15 on this Ringo Mobile Phone Kit by clicking here today.
Create high-quality, high-resolution models with the $259 SparkMaker Original SLA 3D Printer Starter Bundle.
This particular 3D printer makes it really easy to turn liquid resin into the miniature projects you want. All it takes is an SD card with a pre-loaded design, and you’re off to the races.
SparkMaker Starter Bundle packs everything you need to start making, including three different colored resins.
This $315 Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle allows its owner to create and print toys from its massive toy catalog, or even a custom design.
Unlike the previous 3D printer, the Toybox uses a plastic filament to construct miniature projects.
This bundle includes everything you need to start building your own fun, like eight colors of non-toxic filament capable of making hundreds of toys.