Originally posted by blindsight
I believe OP wanted to learn Arduino, not find the best shopping experience.
I like the DFRobot kit I linked to above, it starts with the basics and moves out from there. Loads of parts, even a remote control, comes in the kit.
There are a lot of places selling Arduino kits + books, but this is pretty much everything in one kit for a good price.
thank you thank you, you get me.
Well, still cool to collect info on places to get Arduino stuff.
From my homework before posting... I feel Arduino is like buying a "basic" Ikea shelf... the impression of low cost for the core structure, but then if you don't know what you're building and once you buy the wheels, doors, hinges, handles (so in this case the "shields"), then you're paying $$$.
Updated: January 7, 2017
My list of random For Sale (some free) stuff
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