ESP Everywhere Kickstarter Edition is a ESP8266 that was created as part of the #Make100 event on Kickstarter and influence Makers to Make.Designed by idlehandsdev, Ships from Canada
The ESP Everywhere was created for Kickstarter #Make100 Project. Its a ESP8266 Board with integrated FTDI (UART). It comes with a breakout board for prototyping with it. You can keep it on your key...Read More…
The ESP Everywhere was created for Kickstarter #Make100 Project. Its a ESP8266 Board with integrated FTDI (UART). It comes with a breakout board for prototyping with it. You can keep it on your keychain to have with your everywhere (hence the name).
Protective backs are available separately via Shapeways: http://shpws.me/NPIn
I made it to partake in the #Make100 event that was happening on Kickstarter. The goal was to sell and make 100 of something. I was successful and created 100 populated boards. The remaining boards are sold as bare PCBs to be populated by you. I can include an ESP8266 since they are more difficult to come by. Details are on HackaDay.io as well as the parts list.
What you get:
This is a cool device because it has meaning and shows that you support the Maker community.
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Canada Post: USA Small Packet Air < 250g
USA Small Packet Air - < 250g
Canada Post: USA Small Packet Air 250g - 500g
USA Small Packet Air 250g - 500g
Canada Post: Tracked Packet USA < 250g
USA Tracked Packet up to 250g
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My name is Sean Hodgins. I've been making, building and inventing things for some time now. It started as a hobby but has grown to be more than that. I love making open source projects, often this is because I just want to build something for myself. If others find it interested they should be able to use my work to aid them in the building process. Free, open information is large part of who I am and what I believe in. I'm constantly trying to challenge myself with new skills and personal development. If you enjoy this type of stuff check out my youtube channel https://youtube.com/seanhodginsfilms