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Get a programmable robot dog for 20% off


TL;DR: As of Nov. 11, you can get the Petoi Bittle: Palm-Sized Robot Dog for STEM & Fun! (Pre-Assembled Kit) for just $269 instead of $339 — that’s a 21% discount.

Shopping for your favorite little smarty this holiday season? The Petoi Bittle is a palm-sized robot dog that’s fully programmable and could help your young one learn exciting STEM and robotics skills. 

Normally, a cybernetic pooch like this one would cost north of $300, but some Black Friday deals are dropping early as part of the Every Friday is Black Friday event — so keep an eye out next Friday for more early releases. Grab a Petoi Bittle for just $269 while they’re still in stock. 

Teach a robot dog new tricks with the power of coding

Normally, Bittle comes disassembled, but this deal lets you skip to the fun part. This pre-assembled pup was funded on Kickstarter and comes with a STEM and robotics kit to help your young one learn to program some really impressive tricks. They’ll learn to code four-legged walking gaits, locomotion, and kinematics behavior all using Scratch, C++, and Python.

It may sound like a lot for a young learner to take on, but Scratch is a programming language specifically developed for kids. Once they’ve got that down, learning Python and C++  may be a lot easier. After you’ve configured the remote controls using the Bluetooth connector, you can use Bittle completely wirelessly. 

This little robot dog can manage some complex motion using its spring-loaded legs. And there’s even more you could do using a Raspberry Pi or Aduino ecosystem, but those are sold separately. 

A robot dog that could help your child learn to code 

If you’re trying to find a gift that’s educational and fun, this robot dog has nearly endless options for customization. Don’t wait for Black Friday to get a Black Friday price on the pre-assembled Bittle Robot Dog at just $269 (reg. $339). 

Prices subject to change.

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