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Entertainment Robot Toys

Entertainment robot toys are fun and highly addictive. See our selection of robot toys offered to children and adults.


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  • The MostUseless Machine Kit
    Good instructions, good product
    Review by Elisabeth
    This is an excellent kit, and the directions are easy enough for even a novice at soldering to do. The pictures are very helpful for the most part, although for a few of them, it would be nice if they were a little clearer / had more detail.

    If you're new at assembling things, the only thing to watch out for is when you're screwing the tiny screws for the hinges, lids, etc. If they aren't going in absolutely perfectly straight, they will be impossible to screw in. To avoid stripping the screw when this happens, screw it in via little twists, and the moment you feel more than ordinary resistance, loosen it up, adjust the angle, and try it again.

    This box has been quite a conversation piece already, and is well worth it. Have fun building your own boxes!
    (Posted on 10/7/14)
  • Samurai Scorpion Aluminum Kit
    Such a great gift
    Review by Alisha
    Look beautiful and easy to assembled - perfect gift!
    (Posted on 9/25/14)
  • Voice Activated R2-D2
    Collector item - numbered serie
    Review by Alex
    If you're a fan of 'Star Wars' you wouldn't be disappointed. Great sound reproduction of the movie.
    Well build, solid and good sensors. Fun interaction. My child plays also with it when he is switched off.
    He is also looking great as a prop replica. He is big enough.
    Good battery life.
    Product/technology of 2001! Sold out world wide.
    Good price!

    (Posted on 9/23/14)
  • The MostUseless Machine Kit
    It's useless alright!
    Review by Andrea
    Let me start be saying that I am a novice to this sort of thing, the last time I had anything to do with electrical circuits was in elementary school, and I'd never soldered anything.
    The manual was of limited usefulness to me, so I relied on online descriptions/videos to understand how to connect all the parts. The actual assembly went quite fast then, it took me maybe an hour, and the biggest chunk of time was spent on getting the quite small screws in place.
    The box works perfectly, and the friend who it was gifted to couldn't stop laughing hysterically as he kept flipping the switch, so I'd say that went well!
    Four stars overall because the instructions could be a tad better and because the box isn't very sturdy, I spent more time re-assembling it than assembling it.
    (Posted on 9/15/14)
  • WowWee Robosapien X Robot Toy
    Great
    Review by Evan
    I really love this one, it`s a attractive design.
    (Posted on 8/22/14)
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The 2013 Robot Christmas Gift Guide!

Posted on November 21, 2013

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Entertainment, Pet Care, Toys, Vacuum.

Christmas season is just around the corner, and it’s time to send Santa your gift list. Why not select robotic gifts to help with household chores, to play, to build or even to experiment with. Here’s our top suggestions for robotic gifts for 2013. We’ve featured 10 great ideas that will make excellent gifts for [...]
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Trends in Robotics

Posted on March 12, 2011

By RB1 & filled under Industry.

Listed below are just a small fraction of the examples of the robotic revolution. By reading the signs of times, we can clearly see the trends and imagine the future. These trends allow us to take appropriate action to make a better future. Industry On 9 October 2002, a Service Robotics Group was founded under [...]
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Top 10 Robots of the Past 10 Years – Robots of the Decade Awards

Posted on January 04, 2010

By William Cox & filled under Industry, Tutorials.

As we say goodbye to the 200x’s and welcome the 201x’s it’s good to pause a bit and think about the world as it was ten years ago. There was no Wikipedia, no YouTube, internet access was still dialup for a huge portion of the population, and we didn’t have a whole heap of really [...]
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