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Quick Overview

It is powered by a mini solar cell (included)
Eyes jiggle, legs wiggle, and antennas sway to-and-for
Less than ten parts to snap together
Quick to assemble and requires no soldering
Ages 12 and up

OWI RobotiKit Frightened Grasshopper

Product Code : RB-Owi-37

It is powered by a mini solar cell (included)
Eyes jiggle, legs wiggle, and antennas sway to-and-for
Less than ten parts to snap together
Quick to assemble and requires no soldering
Ages 12 and up

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Description

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It is powered by a mini solar cell (included)
Eyes jiggle, legs wiggle, and antennas sway to-and-for
Less than ten parts to snap together
Quick to assemble and requires no soldering
Ages 12 and up

The OWI RobotiKit Frightened Grasshopper is unmistakably an attention-grabber. Pint-sized and powered to pack a punch, this enticingly amusing solar bug will surely capture your heart. Turn on its power switch (the sun) and you will smile like there is no tomorrow. This frolicking fancy is easy to assemble and demonstrates an alternative energy principle.

OWI RobotiKit Frightened Grasshopper

Specifications

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Solar Panel Output: 1.1V x 50mA
Solar Cell Life: 2 yrs in normal use
Motor: DC
Power Consumption: 1.2V x 10mA

Dimensions

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Assembled Size: 49mm x 26.8mm x 15.7mm
Unit Weight: 5.5 g

Supplier Product Code

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OWI-MSK670


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Review by William
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This was purchased for a 7th grade student that did not have the ability to order on line.

The student's thought was "totally unimpressive could catch live ones and have more fun".

Even under bright lite the unit just sits and vibrates.

(Posted on 5/30/14)

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