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Combat robotics is a niche sport, so finding good  suppliers and knowledge is sometimes like finding gold-dust. Here's some we'd recommend.

Combat Robotics NZ

www.combatrobotics.co.nz

A keen Auckland-based community supports this growing shop

Robotshop

www.robotshop.com
US company providing a wide range of general robotics and electronics parts for the enthusiast

Botkits

www.botkits.com

A small Washington-based supplier of well-built combat robotics kits.

Jaycar

www.jaycar.co.nz
Local electronics supplier with 50+ retail stores in NZ.

Banebots

https://banebots.com/

Colorado based company specialising in combat robot motors and wheels.

element14

https://nz.element14.com/
International company with a vast range of all things electronic. Fast shipping

SparkFun

www.sparkfun.com
Home grown from Nate’s Colorado garage, Sparkfun stocks an impressive range of original electronics parts. Sparkfun also has a breadth of educational resources.

SPARC

http://sparc.tools/

Internationally recognised authority for the sport of combat robotics. 

JSumo

https://www.jsumo.com/
Turkish supplier with a solid catalogue of robotics parts.

Battlebots

https://battlebots.com/

Home of the original Battlebots TV series. All sorts of great content.

Servo City

www.servocity.com
US-based treasure-trove of quality specialist robotics parts

Fingertech

www.fingertech.com
Canadian company specialising in high quality combat robotics equipment.

RS Electronics

https://nz.rs-online.com/web/

Massive reputable company with a vast range of all things electronic.

Pololu

www.pololu.com

Specialising in quality robotics and electronic parts in Las Vegas.

Bristol Bot Builders

www.bristolbotbuilders.com
Active British club with a sprinkling of quality parts.