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Lego set no longer available
September 2, 2017
8:59 am
Teena Martin
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Hi, we recently bought 20 robots for school and now that the kids are getting their heads around edware and coding they are really keen to create with the Lego. The technics Lego set that is recommended to buy (42032) is no longer available to purchase. Has anyone got any other suggestions? I realise they are compatable with any Lego but the little bulldozer in the video really engaged the kids and I don’t want to just purchase a whole heap of Lego if it doesn’t really add to the ‘robotics’ experience of Edison.

What have other people been using in classrooms?

September 4, 2017
11:16 am
Jamal
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Hi, Teena

We are aware that the LEGO Compact Tracked Loader has recently been discontinued. We are working on changes to offer an alternative – and it’s shaping up to be pretty great!

Look out for an announcement with more details coming soon. Be sure to sign up to our newsletter to make sure you don’t miss out!

November 27, 2017
11:09 am
Texas
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I went on Brinklink.com and ordered the necessary pieces.  I bought 7 sets for $49 with shipping.  

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