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This transforming robot kit is a construction set and solar powered robot in one! The kit contains instructions on how to build up to 14 different robot forms, from the standard Walker-bot to animals and boats.
Once the robot model is built, just place it in direct sunlight and watch it walk, swim or drive along! There are two levels of difficulty so your child can develop their skills at their own pace, moving onto more challenging robots when they've mastered the basics.
We've all seen transforming robots before, but ones that move without batteries? This is where the 14 in 1 Solar Robot shines...when the sun shines! Renewable energy is a wide concern in the 21st Century, and with this robot building kit, your child can learn how a small motor can be powered by the sun.
This product wasn't for me but for my 14 year old cousin. Apparently he loved it! He opened it straight away and started building. He likes the fact you can build more than one. Delivery was on time, and I had no problems ordering or receiving the product at all.
Louise | 16/03/17
Birthday Gift loved by grandson. I was unaware someone else also bought him the same gift. Phased him? Not a bit. 'I can build more Robots and they can fight each other.' He said, gleefully rushing off to do so. An explorative, inventive, educational, excellent choice. I/we. Are glad we got it. I wouldn't have found it but for your website. I'm extremely satisfied. Well Done
Granddad. | 03/02/17
Very happy it arrived with in time as it is a xmas gift for family member. Will be using find me a gift in future as I can find items here better than anywhere else
Kevin Gaw | 10/11/16
This gift arrived faster than expected. Was very surprised. Fabulous gift. Thank you. I'll definitely use your services again.
Robyn Kerr | 28/08/16
Great product and good to illustrate the awesome power of the sun to the kids - although it did struggle to rotate the wheels in the winter murk!
Owen Hewlett | 02/01/16
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