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Customer Testimonials » My kit is missing a lot of parts!

December 11, 2011
by tylerb
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Ok, I recieved my Nerdkit today as a birthday gift. So far it's not been a good experience. I opened it up and was a little confused. This is what it contained:

USB cable

2 breadboards

2 microcontrollers

LCD screen

assorted wires

registration paper

That was I got an extra breadboard and micro controller and my kit was missing these things:

9v battery

voltage regulator

temperature sensor

2 red leds

2 yellow leds

2 green leds


spdt switch

7 bit wide dip switch

piezoelectric buzzer

4 2n7000 mosfets

crystal oscillator



I've emailed about my problem, we'll see how it goes.

This was everything in the box: "Nerdkit Package"

December 11, 2011
by hevans
(NerdKits Staff)

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Hi tylerb,

I just replied to the email you sent to support about this issue.


December 11, 2011
by missle3944
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Don't worry, the Nerdkits guys are great about fixing issues and orders. I'm sure Humberto will promptly fix your order and get you on the right track. These guys have some of the best service I've ever dealt with on the internet!

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December 11, 2011
by tylerb
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I can already see that, Dan. I was extremely surprised to get a reply to my email within 5 minutes on a Sunday afternoon. That really says a lot about this company. I'm anxious to get started!

Thank-you guys!

December 12, 2011
by Rick_S
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Yeah, I'll second what Dan said. I had an issue with a couple items in my kit when I first got it.

Their support is SECOND TO NONE

I'm sure they'll take good care of the situation.

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December 14, 2011
by tylerb
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I just got my package in the mail! Thanks everyone!

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