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HEXBUG Bridge Battle Set

4.3 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

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  • Nano - Micro Robotic Creatures
  • The robotic creature that behaves like a real bug
  • Colors may vary
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  • Additional bugs, track, habitats, carrying cases and more are available separately
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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From the Manufacturer

Everything you need to build your own HEXBUG Nano Battlefield! Includes 4 Hex Cells plus several unique multilevel pieces and bridges. Pieces easily connect and disconnect. Working doors.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 14 x 17 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B002STQLK4
Item model number 477-1631
Manufacturer recommended age 5 years and up
Batteries 2 LR44 batteries required. (included)
Best Sellers Rank #137,593 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#103 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Science > Robotics
#456 in Industrial & Scientific > Robotics
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4.3 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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I picked these up from Target. Let me tell you their prices, because some online ones (including, sadly Amazon, atm) are really, really off:

-Habitat: $30, included THREE hex arenas, THREE straight pieces, TWO curved ones, and, most importantly TWO nano bugs! Don't pay more than $30 for it, I've seen it on Amazon for nearly twice that.

-Starter set: $12, included ONE hex arena, TWO curved pieces, ONE nano bug.

-Single nano bug: $8.

I'd *highly* recommend the habitat set, it's the BEST value by far, assuming you don't get a horrible online price.

The starter set is not a bad deal, but it's not as much fun as the habitat.

The individual nano bugs are kind of expensive, and no way to start. Without SOME sort of habitat pieces, you're just chasing this thing around the room. But that may be fun too!

So.... what are these things?

I thought they were little robots. Turns out this is generally what HEXBUGs are, but they've been scaling them down to simpler and simpler things.

These things are completely dumb, no sensors at all. But the design is brilliant.

They have little curved rubber legs that don't move. They have an on switch. When you turn then on, they vibrate. That's it.

But that's all that's needed. They SHOOT across a flat surface, and when they hit a wall, they shoot off at at angle. They even right themselves if they are on their side or back. It's an elegant design. The result is something that looks and behaves amazingly similar to a cockroach, but simply consists of a vibrator (motor with weight), battery, and rubber legs. That's it!

The shapes of the case allows it to both bounce off of walls and right to themselves. They are unstoppable.
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Once again, another seller on Amazon advertises the more expensive set and is selling the cheaper set. That's very dishonest, at best, but Amazon didn't publish my last review where I used stronger language. This is the third different company that I've seen selling it, so something fishy is going on, but the consistent thing is describing the more expensive set.

If it doesn't have a large ORANGE piece, then IT IS *NOT* THE BRIDGE BATTLE! The MSRP of the Bridge Battle Playset is $39.99. We finally had to buy it at Target to make sure we got the right thing because Amazon doesn't stand behind third-party sales the way they do their own products.

Once again, the Habitat set MSRP is $29.99 and is available locally for that price.

DO NOT BUY A BRIDGE BATTLE SET THAT DOESN'T HAVE AN ORANGE ***BATTLE BRIDGE***.
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$59! on sale for $30 at ToysRUs, regular price is $35, wow this is really expensive over priced even for Amazon. Check before you buy this item.....
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Got this for my 6 year-old. The habitat actually surprised me, I thought they are just cheap pieces of tubes and little hexagon arenas. They are cleverly thought out and well built. The hexagons have gates that you can close or open on 6 sides and you can interconnect them in so many ways.

My son's only complaint is that the pieces are somewhat difficult to engage and disengage. But once he got the hang of it, it was OK.

Comes with 2 hexabugs. It is more fun to have more than one hexabugs. We already have 1 green, and then 2 more that came with this set. Ours came with a blue and a rare black bug.

You can also enjoy the bugs even sans the habitat. They are so fun to release them on the wild. Let them run around the table or the hardwood floor. (They don't move as much on carpets). Just watch Youtube videos, they have tons of them. It is like a geek toy, your personal microbot.

The batteries are cheap if you search online. 20 pieces for a few bucks. Each bug uses only 1 battery and you will need a watch type screwdriver to replace it.
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A Kid's Review on July 29, 2010
I got this at target on sale for 20 bucks. It comes with 2 nano bugs 3 straight pieces 4 curved elements and 3 hexagonal pieces. It is better deal than the starter kit.you might want to get one more bug because 2 is fine but 3 would be better.I think 4 is too many for this sized habitat.Also this toy is fun for the whole family. IT is the only toy I own that my sister doesnt completely despise.My dad also thinks its cool. I would recommend this to anyone. it is so durable that you can drive it off a table and when its the ground it will flip itself upright and keep on going.
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The Hex-bug sets are a great idea and for some children might be used a long time. My girls, ages 5 & 9 at time of purchase, used them for a couple months off and on and then stopped entirely. Biggest problem with my 5 year old as leaving the bugs on and the battery would drain or losing the bugs. Haven't gotten around to replacing the batteries. The levers that link the habitats can be stiff and hard to undo for a 5 year old. Once it was used alot they loosened up. I would say the toy is alot of fun at first. If you have a child into building sets they'll love it. For the average child it is an ok toy with some longevity. If it is done as a family it would hold interest longer, as is the case with most toys.
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