The Amazing Annoyatron

(12 customer reviews)

$69.95

The award-winning kit that teaches kids to code

The Amazing Annoyatron is the fun way for kids to learn about electronics and coding. With 20+ cool creations they can build (and re-build) plus free add-on projects, your kids will enjoy creating new projects and pranks whilst building their STEM skills.

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Build. Code. Prank.

Kids learn about coding with 20+ cool creations that they can build and re-build to prank their family and friends.

This award-winning invention makes learning about technology super-exciting and is fun for the whole family.

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Includes 31 parts

Everything kids need to learn about coding and electronics.

Build 20+ inventions

We guide users through building over 20 cool gadgets and gizmos.

Learn about code

Users program each invention to make it do what they want.

Promoting STEAM

The kit promotes STEAM concepts, especially creativity.

You may have seen us around.

Includes 20+

creations

kids can build

& re-build!

From a ‘burglar alarm’ for their
bedroom to the crazy ‘decision
maker’, this kit’s sure to keep them
entertained.

See the Inventions

Everything kids

need to get started

with coding &

electronics.

We’ve got things to make noises.
Others to trigger them. And we
show kids exactly how to put it
all together!

And here’s what

they’re saying!

I mean, we wouldn’t be
showing you our reviews if
they were bad 😉

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Not convinced?

Then check out

our sweet vid.

12 reviews for The Amazing Annoyatron

  1. Hugh

    Really cool product!!!

  2. Alicia

    I got one of your Annoyatrons for my sporty son who doesn’t use the computer for much more than playing games. When he saw it was an electronics kit he wasn’t all that excited. In the school holidays my husband said he’d pay him $50 if he could make all 20 projects – which he then went on to do. The next term at school an opportunity came up to be in a team for a science and robotics competition. My son joined a team, which I don’t think he would have had the confidence or interest to do had he not experienced coding through the Annoyatron. Their team made it to the NSW state final which was an awesome achievement. I think your product does a fantastic job at opening the door for kids to explore electronics and coding especially those who wouldn’t ordinarily be interested in it.

  3. Damian

    We purchased an Annoyatron as a birthday gift for our 8 yr old son. The Annoyatron provides a great pathway for kids to learn whilst having fun! It combines basic electronics with basic coding- and introduces kids to technology by allowing a safe environment to experiment. Fantastic product!
    The Annoyatron would make an ideal Christmas present ;).

  4. Charles

    I wanted to know exactly what our family was getting itself into when letting one of your Amazing Annoyatrons into our house, so I sat down and worked through the 20 projects to see what each one did. Wow, there’s a lot of value there. I started building them at 9:30pm and didn’t finish until the early hours of the morning. There were a fair few that put a smile on my face and made me think ‘yep that’s really clever’. I’m glad I worked through the projects. I’m good with a computer –
    Word, Excel, emails etc but have never done anything with coding. I reckon my kids will be able to do the projects without any trouble, but I’m glad I now know enough to give them a hand if they need it. Well done EduKits. Highly Recommended!

  5. Dannii

    Fast postage. Great service. Thanks.

  6. James

    My kids really love this! If you’re looking for a fun way to get your kids into coding, then this is it. I would definitely recommend this kit to anyone – well put together, great instructions, and lots of fun for everyone!

  7. Jac

    The kids a genius to come up with this idea & initiative!, what creative genius, not just teaching kids, adults as well. The next generation “Steve Jobs” we believe!

  8. Phillip

    This kit has made it really easy for my kids to get started with coding. It includes lots of inventions for the youngsters to build and is great fun. The perfect way to get kids excited about technology!

  9. Lacey Manwaring

    Hi I’m Lacey. Betty gave me an Annoyatron for my birthday and I have really enjoyed learning how to code. Your kits have been used to teach students how to code.

  10. Joshua

    I was given this as a gift and it was great. I was worried about the coding side, but that was one of the easier parts. It’s really fun and I would suggest it to others, I just wish it was louder.

  11. Debra Lowery

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  12. John

    Retired electronics teacher with 40+ years teaching experience here.

    Purchased Oct 2019 from an Australian Geographic store for my great nephew; a very sharp 13 year old and I suspect that it may be a discontinued product.

    NO, NO, NO absolutely NO way is this suitable for an 8 year old on their own!!!!

    The support website seems to have been frozen since product release with most of the projects not being supported with a YouTube video.

    Very confusing for young kids with some of the support videos using the Blocks programming method but the main site using Arduino code.

    Website still referencing Arduino UNO but the “Brain” does not carry this description.

    A good idea badly documented and over hyped on the marketing.

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