Giveaway: Three “BB Prince” kits

in contest by DP | 83 comments

BB-Prince KIT

Mats has amazed us with his board a week projects, and now one of them could be yours!  Today Mats is giving away three “BB Prince” kits.  It’s a small utility board for your breadboard that have some of the most common things you need when building a microcontroller-based project on the breadboard.

He’ll give these away to 3 random commenters, just leave a comment on this post.

For more information visit the project’s Tindie site.

BB-Prince Soldered1

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Comments

  1. James Laster says:

    Looks Awesome!

  2. aki says:

    I’d love one!

  3. Todd Cowley says:

    Sweet little board hope to see one up close

  4. Nyo says:

    wow, I want one!

  5. project2501x says:

    Woot! Woot!

  6. Lahcen says:

    I would love to have one!

  7. Dan ringer says:

    Want!

  8. pspgeek says:

    Very cool.

  9. Shannon code says:

    I would live some utility pieces.

  10. Terry Cain says:

    Another great pcb :)

  11. Bryan Rioux says:

    oh yeah :)

  12. Jeffery Fleischer says:

    Yes please!

  13. mh says:

    really usefull!

  14. PiXEL8 says:

    This looks neat and handy for prototyping. Please add one to my workbench! Thank you! =)

  15. Cris says:

    i would love to have one

  16. FourthDr says:

    LED’s! Shinny! Can I have one???

  17. Nate says:

    I’d like one.

  18. James Bowes says:

    I enjoy buttons and lights

  19. Rodrigo says:

    ok, here we go! ;)

  20. Rui Maldonado says:

    Cool!!!
    Very useful!

  21. Scott says:

    Ah, such a nice size.

  22. moderboy says:

    Maybe me?

  23. Mick M says:

    Hi Mats;
    very nice.
    Maybe make one of the LED’s active low?
    That way it is more universal.

    Mick M
    (new newbie)

  24. Scott says:

    I could use the heck out of that…

    Me please!

  25. Keith Pimmel says:

    I love the simplicity and functionality of this idea; wish I had come up with it myself!

  26. Jon says:

    I could use one of these! Thanks for the offer.

  27. Ward says:

    Nice, I’d love one.

  28. Kuba says:

    Wow! It can be controller for my project .

  29. SaakNeMah says:

    Sure!

  30. Brett P says:

    totally random !

  31. Tim says:

    keep up the good work!!!

  32. Terry Bates says:

    I want to push the buttons! its too bad they are not red!

  33. Bryan Duxbury says:

    Looks awesome. I could totally use one of these in my projects.

  34. Andrew says:

    Random!

  35. Marcin Domanski says:

    hello there!

  36. paco says:

    One here please

  37. iuliia says:

    Hi there!

  38. Logan says:

    Neat.

  39. jorge says:

    Sweet tool for prototyping!

  40. dogmeat says:

    pick me! pick me!

  41. winac says:

    simple and really useful. Good Work!

  42. Nils says:

    Free stuff?! Awesome.

  43. letnic says:

    nice stuff

  44. Alan Segal says:

    Such a little board with so many uses!
    I want one!

  45. RLP says:

    Yes…. shiny! Oooooohhhhhh!

  46. Romek says:

    Whow, very nice of you!

  47. Veda88 says:

    I like it!

  48. Skappy says:

    Oh Yeahh !!!

    That is what a call a nice tool !!!

    Thank you very much

  49. Sepherion says:

    That’s cool. I’d love one. Please :)

  50. Jason says:

    I’ll take one.

  51. Benjamin Fiset-Deschenes says:

    I guess it can be a time saver when prototyping on a breadboard. Nice idea!

  52. Tony Cekolin says:

    Very cool giveaway – lot of fun there!

  53. Stephen says:

    Count me in!

  54. I’ve got a bunch of new Kickstarter microcontrollers coming in the next few months. This would come in handy for testing them. :)

  55. Rutger says:

    Cool

  56. Kevin says:

    Looks like a very handy little device.

  57. ed says:

    OK, here’s a random comment. An extremely random comment.

  58. Giuss says:

    Nice, I’d like one :)

  59. Jürgen says:

    Math.rand();

  60. Marcello says:

    I hope is not too late……

  61. Xykon says:

    I ordered some USB breakout boards. I like those for the two rows of pins which allow me to connect my logic analyzer to sniff the USB traffic.

    I can’t wait for the SMD adapters to be back in stock and the release of additional kits!

  62. Xykon says:

    Sorry for the double post but please ignore me for the giveaway. I hardly use breadboards for micro controller projects these days but usually get ready made dev kits. I don’t want to take away from someone who’d really find this thing useful.

    I think offering this as an SMD kit might be a nice idea. It’s easy enough to put together and could be a great learning experience. A newb version that comes with 2x pcb, flux and 3x all components might also be something to think about ;)

    • Mats Engstrom (@matseng) says:

      @Xykon, good idea with a SMD version of the BB Prince, I have to call that BB Prince Jr. then….

      If the my prototypes, that are at the fab right now, turns out ok I’ll actually release two small learn-to-solder-smd -kits soon. (Both with extremely custom shaped pcbs. You’ll see soon :-)

  63. Steve Bennett says:

    pick me!!!

  64. mati says:

    hope to get one

  65. Michael says:

    Comment.

  66. davide says:

    me!!!!!

  67. Garrett says:

    Whoo!!

  68. FourthDr says:

    Just received mine today :-) YAY! I’ll post some pictures later today. Anyone else receive theirs??

  69. Alfredo Alcazar says:

    It’s great!!!

  70. Stéphan says:

    Nice !

  71. Just received mine today, about to assemble it.
    Thank you very much!

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