Learn How to Build and Code With Spencer, a Kickstarter-funded Voice Assistant

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Have you always wanted to build and code your own voice assistant? Who hasn’t, right?! Well, you need to meet Spencer. This little guy makes learning fun and provides hours of entertainment for everyone in your family. Yup, even the adults. New and exciting toys are few and far between, especially ones that not only please kids but adults too, and it's just $100 right now. 

Spencer is a DIY voice assistant that talks, lights up, connects to the internet and understands simple voice commands. What’s more? Spencer makes getting starting with coding easier than ever. Thanks to CircuitMess, Spencer makes learning to code fun and easy; your kids (or you!) will learn about soldering, microcomputers, electronics, LED grids, sound processing and yes, even coding.


Spencer is no ordinary voice assistant. This life of the party can tell jokes, give the weather forecast, sing songs, make corny and extremely entertaining cultural references, set alarms, show animations and much more. It's not just another Alexa clone — Spencer is practically a member of the family. 

Give your kids or your childish side a new and exciting toy that provides hours of entertainment and education. You'll be thankful you did; a few hours to yourself never hurt, and the kids will have learned some necessary skills that will only advance their abilities at home, in the classroom and for the jobs of the future. Spencer is perfect for ages 11 and up, making it a win-win for you and your entire family. 

Need further convincing? CircuitMess earned 4.8 out of five stars on TrustPilot and successfully funded Spencer via Kickstarter. In the words of one five-star Kickstarter reviewer, “I’ve created the Spencer with my kids (8 and 5 years old) and they really enjoyed their first journey of gadget creating”

Right now, you can add Spencer the DIY Voice Assistant to your family for $99.99, or 16 percent off.


Prices subject to change.