Monday, June 01, 2015

I Love This Cool Remote Control Robot

I love to have fun and I'm always on the lookout for ways to do just that. Every since I was a kid I've always been intrigued by robots. Whenever I watched a television show where they had a robot running around I was instantly hooked. I used to love watching Lost in Space reruns that ran in syndication when I was a kid. One of my favorite bits about that show was the robot and how he would shout "Warning, warning!" I guess that that was where my interest in robots began and it continues to this day.

Recently I've found out about a cool remote control robot called the Robo Shooter Robot which fires discs and dances too. It also has loads of other fun features.




First of all, when you turn him on he says, "Greetings Master...I await your command!" He is run by remote control and can walk to the left, right, forwards, and backwards. He's about 30 cm tall (roughly 12 inches). This is the perfect size I think. It's big enough to have fun with, but there's also no problem with storage. The robot appeals to the kid in me that wanted a robot, but as an adult I also think it's fun for the whole family and is suitable for ages 3 and up. All that you need to get going are 6 AA batteries, which are not included.

Check out this close up look at him here:


 
This fun robot is easy to operate through the remote control that's included. You can also program him so that he moves on his own. I love the programmable feature, because you can set him up and then surprise your friends and family as he puts on a show for them.


Another cool feature is that he can fire foam discs at super speed from his chest. Once he's fired all of his discs, just simply collect them and pop them back into the chamber and he's ready to go again!

Check out the video here that shows him in action.



This is a fun and unique gift for anyone in your family that loves robots or anyone who just wants to have a good time. My Lost In Space dream of having my very own robot is now within my grasp!

You can purchased your own remote control robot here and it is also available in the EU from Amazon France here

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