• Protect your BBC micro:bit (not included) with this clear mountable case
• Cut-outs give you access to all your buttons and input/output connections
• Some assembly requiredWhat can I do with this case?
Protect your board without losing access to any of it. The clear plastic case lets you see the LED matrix display and cut-outs let you plug into the USB and use the A, B and reset buttons. The bottom pins are all accessible for you to expand and experiment with.
How do I use the mountable case?
Mount your BBC micro:bit (not included) with the two keyhole slot wall mounting points. The case comes with all the parts, screws and nuts you need to put it together with a flathead screwdriver (not included). To mount the case on a wall, you’ll need two M3 mounting screws (sold separately). The case can be hooked over the screws and detached again when you want to use it in a project or move it closer to your computer. As the case mount is close to the wall, it does not allow a two AAA battery pack to be bolted on the back of the BBC micro:bit.