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Ninteno Labo AR and VR Kits Are Just $20 at Best Buy

A photo of the Labo VR headset.
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The Nintendo Switch is one of our favorite pandemic-sanity tools. But after logging over a hundred hours into Animal Crossing, it’s time for a change of pace. Luckily, Best Buy is selling all four Nintendo Labo DIY kits for just $20. These fantastic kits help you construct VR and AR accessories for the Nintendo Switch and usually sell for $70 each.

If you don’t own any of the Nintendo Labo kits, then the Variety Kit is probably the best path to go down. It’s loaded with five different projects, including a DIY piano and fishing lure. These projects pair with exclusive Nintendo Labo games, and are great fun for kids and adults.

Let’s do a quick overview of each Labo kit:

  • The Variety Kit: A kit with five projects to make and play. It includes Toy-Con RC Cars, a Toy-Con Fishing Rod, a Toy-Con House, a Toy-Con Motorbike, and a Toy-Con Piano. This kit also works with the Toy-Con garage app for custom projects.
  • The Robot Kit: Build a robot suit that tracks the movements of your arms and legs. Then, you can use your body to control a giant robot in-game! This kit also works with the Toy-Con garage for custom projects.
  • The VR Kit: Build a VR blaster and dive into a variety of constantly-updated VR games. The VR headset is compatible with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, and even Smash Bros Ultimate.
  • The Vehicle Kit: Build a Toy-Con Car, a Toy-Con Plane, and a Toy-Car Submarine. These are full-sized controllers that feel a bit like arcade machines, and the Toy-Con Car is compatible with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The Vehicle kit includes the Toy-Con garage for custom projects.

Again, these Labo kits usually sell for $70. They’re bound to sell out by the end of the day, so grab a few before it’s too late.

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