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LocknCharge Releases Charging Case for Sphero SPRK+ Robots

LocknCharge announces the release of the Sphero SPRK+ Charging Case.
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To better enable educators to introduce coding to students using Sphero SPRK+ robots, LocknChargeannounces the release of the Sphero SPRK+ Charging Case. The aluminum case is designed to store, secure, protect and transport up to six Sphero SPRK+ robots. It also accommodates the robots’ inductive charging bases, maze tape and protractors. 

Sphero SPRK+ robots are used in classrooms to inspire curiosity, creativity and invention through connected play and coding. Powered by the Sphero app, the robots allow students to learn programming, complete hands-on activities and share their creations with the community. 

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