Reseller Resources

Welcome to our new media resources page!

*Denne siden er foreløpig kun på engelsk.

Here you can find pictures and information to use on your own website. We have categorised everything to make it easy to find what you need. 
We hope you like the new page. Please feel free to reach out for any questions or feedback!

*You can still access all files through our google drive, but we will not keep this site updated in the future. 

How to use:
All image files are full size, ready to download. Simply right click and save the image that you want. Copy & paste text information directly from the site.


Air:bit V2 The micro:bit drone
The micro:bit drone got even better!

Air:bit V2 uses the powerful WonderKit control board and sports a ICM-20602 precision gyroscope and accelerometer, as well as a motor controller, a quick charger and a battery protector circuit. The versatile system allows for modifications such as smart gloves, camera or servo add on or even a lidar collision system. Air:bit V2 is repairable and part of the versatile WonderKit system. 

Air:bit V2 needs one micro:bit (V2 recommended) as a main controller, while the remote can be another micro:bit (V1 or V2 both works fine) or an app (iOS or Android). 

What's in the box:

Air:bit V2:

Air:bit V2 Class Kit:

Promo videos:
Instructions and videos:


Better control and modification: Air:bit V2 has a totally new control board that lets you change all the code and algorithms including PID and sensor fusion. V1 had a secondary processor that was very hard to configure or program. 

Faster charger: Air:bit V2 charges twice as fast (less than 1 hour)

Versatile: The included WonderKit control board is so versatile it can be turned into a hovercraft, robot or even a self-balancing 2-wheel robot. It is now much easier to add i2c-compatible sensors thanks to the new i2c plugin by Bill Siever.

Lower price: We dropped the extra processor, this reduces production costs.

About 7 minutes. But most people will not be flying without landing and re-aligning the drone, so the “playtime” is much longer.

Air:bit V2 is first and foremost a manually operated drone that will help practice motoric skills by the pilot. Kids with “gaming hands” will often grasp the controller intuitively while others will need some practice. Another micro:bit acts as a remote controller, using the motion sensor (accelerometer) on the micro:bit will give a precise control of the drone’s pitch and roll motion. Alternatively, an iOS or android device can act as a remote over Bluetooth.

Guides and teaching material can be found here: If you miss anything, please contact us as

Air:bit V2 needs manual control by a pilot while flying, but we are working on a positioning system that will allow multiple drones to be flown in formations. 

You can download 3d-files and print more frames, design your own layout, or make a glove controller. (see

You can also use the parts, including  motors, controller board and battery to make a fan-powered boat, sledge or hovercraft. With the external ports you can connect external sensors like lidar, sonar or a small servo. 

MakeCode blocks, javascript, makecode Python or Micropython. There is currently no library for the Micropython language.


Hover:bit V2 - The micro:bit hovercraft

Hover:bit is a true STEAM kit that combines arts, crafts, science and coding. Powerful drone motors fill a pillow with air to remove friction, then push it forward. Hover:bit can drift swiftly up to 30 km/h. As a class kit, hover:bit comes with templates that lets students recycle cardboard and other materials to design their own remote controlled vehicles. Hover:bit V2 is compatible with WonderKit and utilizes the built-in gyro for anti-spin and a more steady drifting experience.

You learn:
Build a hovercraft from scratch and learn about electronics, physics and design.

Code using MakeCode Blocks, Javascript or Python or download a ready-made program.

Drift your craft intuitively using the motion sensors on the micro:bit remote or use a smartphone or a tablet. Upgrade and modify using 3D-printer (optional). 

Visit for inspiration, upgrades and resources.

What's in the box:

Rechargeable lithium battery, Wonderkit Green control board, motors, propellers, servo motor, screws, bolts, rubber rings, birch airply wood parts, ziplock bags, paper template. 

Add-on kits comes without battery, charger and green card. 

Class kits also comes with a wooden template. 

Instructions and videos:

Hover:bit V2 comes in two versions:

  • Standalone version (everything included except micro:bit)
  • Add-on kit (requires battery, control board and charger from another kit).

Product hashtags:

Hover:bit main Video:

Hover:bit short teaser

Hover:bit landing page:
(More information to come after the launch)

Information about the kit in the Blog:

Hover:bit projects:


Hover:bit V1 was very costly to produce because it used the same expensive drone controller as the Air:bit V1. V2 now gives you the option between a much more affordable stand-alone package or an even cheaper add-on package if you already have WonderKit Start Pack. 

Hover:bit V2 uses the packaging for some main parts as well as natural birch plywood. Students can also use recycled cardboard to design their own crafts, using the stencils that’s included in the WonderKit version of Hover:bit. 

Hover:bit is made from the highest quality, airplane grade birch plywood and will take a lot of beating. It is also fully repairable as all parts can be replaced easily. 

Hover:bit is meant for dry, even surfaces like short carpet floors, concrete or asphalt. However, you can convert it into a boat or even a snow sledge to drift on frozen lakes.

Learn more about the projects here:

No, but it can actually drive upside down! You need a ceiling where the surface is smooth and even. All you need to do is swap the propeller for a reverse one and set a higher power on the cushion motor. 

MakeCode blocks, javascript, makecode Python or Micropython. There is currently no library for the Micropython language.


Wheel:bit – The micro:bit multi-purpose car

Wheel:bit is an affordable, multi-purpose, 3-wheeled car that can be turned into a drawing machine or a football-playing robot. Wheel:bit can run autonomously, or become remote-controlled by another micro:bit. Use craftsmanship, and convert the vehicle into a dinosaur or a custom rod. 

A 3-wheeler that can be anything from a drawing robot to a base for your own custom road runner or rat rod.

You learn:
Coding, geometry and sensors. Radio control, physics, acceleration and design. 

Build the car from scratch and learn about electronics, physics and design.

Code using MakeCode Blocks, Javascript or Python or download a ready-made program.

Upgrade and modify using 3D-printer (optional). 


What’s in the box:

Lithium battery, Wondekit Green control board, 2x continuous servo motors, screws, spacers, rubber rings, birch airply wooden parts

Visit for inspiration, upgrades and resources



Instructions and videos:

SEO & Product hashtags:

Wheel:bit videos:
Pictures you can use:


Bubble:bit – The micro:bit soap bubble robot

Meet the robot that lights up the day with a LED bulb, welcomes you with a friendly wave, and blows bubbles of pure excitement. 

Bubble:bit teaches basic automation in a simple and fun way and is easy to code.

The programmable bubble machine teaches you basic electronics, geometry and chemistry, and will instantly make you the coolest (and most interesting) person at any party.


What’s in the box:

Lithium battery, charger, Wonderkit Green control board, servo motor, drone motor, propeller, screws, spacers, rubber rings, wood frame and parts.

Code using MakeCode Blocks, Javascript or Python or download a ready-made program.

Upgrade and modify using 3D-printer (optional). 

Visit for inspiration, upgrades and resources.



Instructions and videos:

SEO & Product hashtags


Bubble:bit videos:
Picture you can use:

Graphic elements:

About WonderKit:

All MakeKits micro:bit products are compatible with the WonderKit system. This means that more products share the same parts, and can be bundled for a lower price. 

A system of maker friendly micro:bit accessories. All kits are repairable, made from environmental materials and are made for creative exploration. Whether you have access to a modern maker-space with 3D-printers and laser cutters, or more traditional tools like saws, knife and scissors Wonder:Kit lets you build and change the construction of multiple kits.  

The kits let students achieve in STE(A)M subjects, get technological self-confidence and the sense of achievement



  • Age group: 7 to 18
  • Apps: Android: MIT Appinventor
  • iOS: Microbit app
  • Code platform: Microsoft
  • MakeCode (recommend Chrome browser)
  • Accessories for microbit


Value for your customers

Let your customers get to know MakeKit. This builds trust and gives your customers more value.

We recommend building a welcome or collection page for all MakeKit products. This will aid in communicating information to your customers about what is special about these products. 

MakeKit products are maker friendly, repairable, environmentally friendly and build 21. century skills.


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About MakeKit

MakeKit AS is a Norwegian company founded in March 2019 by Henning Pedersen and Steinar Holøs. We make DIY kits that make technology accessible and easier to understand through engaging and cross-curriculum problem-based STE(A)M learning. 

Technology is all around us and becomes increasingly important,  but also less accessible and harder to understand. Technology becomes smaller and less accessible. The understanding of technology is the skills and knowledge of the 21. century. 

In MakeKit we make these skills accessible in an engaging and relevant package. 

We make students achieve in STE(A)M subjects, get technological self-confidence and the sense of achievement. 

All our kits are maker friendly, which means students can use both traditional tools and modern tools like 3D-printers and laser cutters to design their own constructions and test different hypothesis and do physics experiments. 

They use micro:bit and the makecode platform which are defined as «high roof, low ceiling». Easy to start with, and you can do pretty advanced stuff. 

*Micro:bit is a small microcomputer made for use in education. It is super easy to start using for coding, with several integrated sensors, buttons and LED-screen. Micro:bit us used in schools all over the world and is now a standard tool for many teachers. 

Learn more about the micro:bit here:

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Main Kits:

Key point: 

  • Bundle and share the parts
  • Maker friendly
  • Repairable
  • Micro:bit powered


Keep order in your equipment!

The Hard Case lets you keep components in separate compartments that can be taken in and out of the box if convenient. The Hard Case is also easy to transport between different classrooms.

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