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Disney Pixar's Wall-E U-Command Remote Control Robot

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  • WALL-E U Command,Very poseable, Articulated hands , Head moves , Eyes lite up
  • Remote control joystick for easy movement, program multiple actions and press "GO"
  • Spins, does figure 8's, turns in reverse, goes forward
  • Talks , Lights up , Plays Music
  • It is 9 inches tall
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 11 x 13.8 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0016N2E1I
  • Item model number: 60261
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 6 years
  • Batteries 7 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,921 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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WALL-E U Command Remote Control. WALL-E U Command,Very poseable, Articulated hands , Head moves , Eyes lite up Remote control. Joystick for easy movement. Program multiple actions and press "GO" Spins, does figure 8's, turns in reverse, goes forward. 9" tall Talks , Lights up , Plays Music

Customer Reviews

This toy is very fun to play with.
T. Keen
The remote control works well and he likes to program Wall E's different actions.
C. Johnson
He loves it so much he didn't let Rylie play with it for hours.
Julie A. Sirhall

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Charles Foster on July 4, 2008
In the package, the U-Command Wall-E looks great, and for the MSRP it's a grood deal too. However, there are a couple of design issues that can seriously detract from the play value of this toy. The worst is that Wall-E is very unstable, which means that unless you are running him on a perfectly flat, smooth surface with absolutely no obstructions around him, he'll spend most of his time on his back like a flailing turtle. This is true even on very short pile commercial carpeting. Also, you should know that since this uses an infrared remote control, the R/C features generally only work if you're pointing the control directly at the U-Command Wall-E. Most kids will not expect or understand this limitation, which may lead to frustration during play.

I still think it's one of the best Wall-E toys made, simply because it offers so many features for the price. And, with a little creative inginuity, you can solve the instibility problem by attaching a small stabilizer to Wall-E's back that will prevent him from falling over while he is dancing, turning, reversing direction, or contending with an obstruction in his path. Once you've overcome that issue, this is will almost certainly become one of your favorite Wall-E toys.
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kendra on December 29, 2008
This was one of my five year old daughter's presents. It wound up being one of her favorites and one of our favorites, too.

The first thing I want to mention is that our Wall-E is stable. I'm not sure why, but he is. I've seen some videos on youtube where the robot falls over whenever he hits something. Not only doesn't ours fall over, he goes from our flat hard kitchen floor into our higher pile carpeted floor without falling. He also has no problem moving around the carpeted floor at all, unlike some of the reviewers mentioned. Our robot stays upright for the most part (out of over 2 hours playing time, he may have fallen over twice at the most).

The remote is simple to use. Wall-E has a sensor on both the back and the front of him, so we've had no trouble at all with him sensing the remote's signals. I think we've been up to 20 feet away from him and he still can read the signal and perform accordingly.

He's made out of hard (but brittle) plastic, but seems made pretty well. His arms go up and down as he moves and his treads are helped along by 2 little wheels on his underside. His treads DO move, however, so those are the main source of his motion.

He talks, sings, dances, and has many movement options. Additionally, you can program a sequence of up to 15 movements for him to follow at any given time. I'm pretty certain that you can only have ONE sequence at a time, and not more. But, we haven't even used the programming except for testing to see if it works. My daughter has a blast using the remote and making him do what she wants him to do. He only turns to the left, but has several left turn options at any time.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Turtle Calliope Zombie on August 8, 2008
The U-Command wall e is a great toy but as other reviewers have stated, it is highly unstable on carpeting. it got so annoying that my husband removed the inner wheels and replaced them with the plastic tabbing that came with the package where the ties were held (long black plastic things with holes in it). since that minor tweek wall-e has not fallen yet, and the enjoyment of the toy has very much increased.

aside from the tilt issue, this toy is a great deal of fun to play with. the expressive quality is amazing, holding true to the wall-e that we all fell in love with at the theater. He has a very amusing dance sequence.

If given the chance, I'd buy this toy again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Siren on November 3, 2008
For the price, this toy is a lot of fun. We have carpet and tile and unless he hits your foot, a shoe, or some other low obstruction, we haven't had him fall over a lot. He runs quite well on our carpet and tile, even over the little raised border between the rooms with ease. His movements are pretty fluid too. And I like the fact his treads actually move, were has other Wall-E treads were fake. You can program it, but only one reprogram at a time. We have a Pleo too and Pleo is light years ahead of this this one. This is more a toy than a robot. But my 10 year old daughter and her cousins are having a good time with it, so its shortcomings pale in comparison to the fun times they are having.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By WALL-E fan on February 25, 2009
I loooove the WALL-E movie and was really looking forward to the "programmable" quality to this toy. A few disappointments, though:
I've yet to hear him say "WALL-E" or "TA-DA!" (He does say "EV-A");
You can't really pick what he's going to say or pick his "expressions" (one command button for all voice options, one command button for all eye expressions, etc.);
His dance is not even to the song from the movie;
His arms and head movements cannot be remote controlled; He does not move backward and only turns one direction. He's a bit difficult to control (and, yes, tips over easily).
I guess, being of the Star Wars toy generation, I just expected more control, more ease and more connection to the movie (I had a great remote-controlled R2-D2 as a kid.)
Had I known all this, I probably would've chosen the U-Dance WALL-E or U-Interact WALL-E instead.
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