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The Lily∞Bot Robot is the perfect way to get started in the world of robotics! This open-source robot was designed to introduce novice users to Arduino, electronics, programming and robotics. This robot comes ready to be assembled by you. Once built, you can begin learning and experimenting right away. With the Lily∞Bot Robot, you can explore the world of robotics and build or program your own projects. Put your imagination to the test and create something unique with this amazing robot.


This is the smallest member of the open-source robotics Flower∞Bots family. Batteries not included [9V or 6AA]). The kit will include the

  • Arduino Uno
  • 4 LEDS
  • 4 220 ohm resistors
  • 1 10 kohm resistor
  • 1 photoresistor with mount
  • 1 buzzer
  • 1 sonar sensor with mount
  • 2 DC motors with mounts
  • 2 toy tire wheels
  • 2 caster wheels
  • 2 mini breadboards
  • TB6612 motor driver
  • Upper chassis
  • Lower chassis
  • 4 standoffs
  • Various wires
  • Various 3mm panhead machine screws
  • USB chord


You will need a phillips head screwdriver for 3 mm screws to assemble the robot.


Learning materials provided on Instructables, Hacksterio, GitHub and YouTube.


This kit requires a basic understanding of electronics and programming.  Users encouraged to visit Adafruit, SparkFun and Arduino websites for tutorials to gain the basic understanding. 


Kit recommended for ages 12 and older but may be used by younger kids with adult supervision.


Consider enhancing your kit by purchasing more sensors and peripherals in an Elegoo kit.


Note that the price does not include shipping.


This project is [OSHW] US002178 | Certified open-source hardware |

Learn more about the #RoboticsForTheStreets project here:
Project Website 
Amazon Robot Parts List 
Project YouTube Playlist 
Robot YouTube Playlist
Instructables Website 
HacksterIo Website 
Parts List


Lily∞Bot robot kit with Arduino Uno

  • Seller will make every effort to replace defective parts. No returns accepted or refunds given after two weeks. Note that some parts of this robot are 3d printed so some small inconsistency in color or printing is to be excpected.

    Email with any questions or concerns.