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Choosing an Ardunio kit?

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Choosing an Ardunio kit?

Want to try getting my feet wet with Arduino. I already have a good chuck of the simple components (wires, resistors, op amps, capacitors, servos, timers and leds),

http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00D9M4BQU/

*http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009UKZV0A/

http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00E89L49U/

What would my best bet be?

*Since the Amazon.com one ships from Mississauga Ontario, I assuming the import taxes will be refunded.
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I would go to ebay and buy the clones. and buy the parts separately from ebay the ones you need.
Get a resistor kit, breadboard, jumper wires...

Look up a couple of things you might want to try to make and then get those parts via ebay.

Slowly build up your collection of parts.

If you want it very soon though, it will cost you more as you will either pay from a US/CAN location or pay more delivery fees.

Wait time average 2-4 weeks for delivery from China
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