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HEXBUG Larva (Colors May Vary)
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- Micro robotic creature that slithers forward on smooth surfaces using a slow, rhythmic flexing motion
- Features a forward facing infrared sensor that allows it to detect fellow squirming larvae and other objects in its path
- Spins around on two micro robotic wheels
- Mesmerizing to watch and interact with
- Colors may vary
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Larva doesn't move as fast as the Nano, but its larger size, louder sound, and more varied and intentional-seeming motion, make it just as loved by the furry people.
Another big positive is that the Larva seems as durable as the Nano, both being able to stand up to some brutal paw jabs from my two 15lb toms. (Please Note: there are a number of toys that can be safely left with the cats unsupervised, but the Hexbugs aren't among them - partly for the sake of the Hexbugs, but mostly for the cats' sake of course. Externally there's nothing unsafe about these robots, but there's of course the worry of them being broken or bitten into. Btw, choking is far more a worry with the Nano than with the Larva.)
As for battery life, the Larva seems pretty good actually. Its battery certainly won't last as long as the Nano's, but the battery life is perfectly acceptable - especially when you see for yourself how much motion is going on (which is a good thing in a cat toy, i think). Besides, you're likely going to be playing with this in very short bursts, especially if you're of the human persuasion - it's great to watch the cats interacting with it, but unless you're deconstructing it to find out how it works, it would get old very quickly for any non-furry person I would think. Even for the cats, I make sure to let them play with it for 3-4 mins at a time, so I get a number of days out of a battery (if not many sessions).
My cats get the final word: they really complain when I take the Larva and the Nano away! That's a rave review in my book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun little toy. The mechanics are too loud for my cat to want to play with it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've ordered this twice and both times the packaging was damaged and the hexbug didn't work.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked for less than an hour. I replaced the batteries-several different sets-the motor is running, but it no longer turns the wheels. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Solo
Well, one of the two works. The one that doesn't work made it 30 minutes. It was great at first, then its infrared sensor stopped sensing walls and objects; and then finally the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by DNC
my cat loved this and so did i because it has a sensor, but our dog at it. i will get more.Published 6 months ago by E&S
I actually bought this for my cats and they were very intrigued by it but didn't play with it much. After only one day the wheels got stuck because of hair on the floor.Published 6 months ago by Renee wise