Win a Rokit Smart Robot Kit from Robolink

Perfect for beginners learning robotics, electronics and Arduino programming.


Robotics Trends has partnered with Robolink to give away a Rokit Smart Robot Kit to one lucky reader. The kit allows kids as young as seven years old to build 11 different robots, including a line-following robot, rubber band gun robot, edge-detection robot and more.

All you have to do to enter is create your free Robotics Trends account today and then click on the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button at the bottom of this page. If you’re already a member, simply log in below and click the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button.

This sweepstakes is open until February 28, 2017 at 11:59 PM ET. Here are the complete sweepstakes rules.

This kit is a great choice for learning robotics, electronics and Arduino programming. It contains mechanical parts and electronic modules for kids to start exploring the robotic world, including a smart inventor board, DC motors, wheels, base blue boards, metal frames and more!

Thousands of elementary school students across Southern California have already used the Rokit Smart Robot Kit, and Robolink also offers classes and camps for kids to teach them about robotics.

Again, all you have to do for a chance to win a Rokit Smart Robot Kit is create your free Robotics Trends account today and then click on the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button at the bottom of this page. If you’re already a member, simply log in below and click the “Enter Sweepstakes Today” button.

Good luck to all who enter, and thanks to our friends at Robolink!


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