i’m new here
i don’t have a vex, i just wanted to make sure this is worth the money!
i’m new here
IMO, that depends on a lot of things. How committed are you/your team? Are you doing this alone, or do you have a few friends to split costs? Do you like STEM?
I think this is most definitely worth the money, but I face ~$300 a year, whereas a new team might have a startup cost of around $2000. If you stick with it for a few years, you get better, and the costs go down.
thanks for the reply . no i don’t have a team.
yes, i like stem
If you don’t mind me asking, what grade are you in? Also, are there any other teams in your general area, any competitions near by ( you can search robotevents).
I’m not really sure the forum is the most non-biased place to ask… The people who are going to answer are going to be so biased towards “yes its worth it!” considering we check the forum >1 times per day…
1 ≠ 1
Is there any teams nearby?
If you like building things, coding, or problem solving, it is most definitely worth it! You have to decide for yourself though.
I don’t quite understand? Are you looking to start a team, or just buy a kit?
I like your name @Adam
To find a team in your city, you can use VEXDB!!! <3 type http://api.vexdb.io/v1/get_teams?city=chandler into your url and you get ALL the VRC teams in chandler. Replace chandler with your city or a city around you and you get your potential team. This includes only vrc, so vex IQ and vexu are not listed so be a little careful, if you are not a high schooler or junior high schooler than I can fix the url… And you shouldn’t choose any of the teams listed. To learn more about how this works, go to http://vexdb.io/the_data/teams
The REC Foundation also provides a map link to teams at http://www.robotevents.com/map. This includes VRC, VEX IQ and VEX U teams all over the world. This only includes currently-registered teams so there won’t be many until school starts up in the fall.