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RoboShooter Remote Control Robot For Kids - Fun Toy Robot Fires Discs, Dances, Talks - Awesome Programmable RC Robot Toy For Boys & Girls Aged 5 6 7 8 9 10 By ThinkGizmos
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- This fantastic and futuristic remote control toy robot for kids will have all the family on the run as foam discs are fired out at super speed from his chest, (look out Grandma!!).
- Different color remote control robots can be controlled independently, so buy multiple robots and you can enjoy fun robot wars!
- Incredibly easy to operate via the remote control which is included. The RoboShooter toy robot talks, walks, fires and even dances! Once he has fired all his ammo, collect them up and pop them back in the chamber for more action.
- The RoboShooter is even programmable so you can wow your friends and family as he moves and fires on his own.
- This RC Robot requires 6 x AA Batteries which are not included. Suitable for ages 5 and above.
- Certainly one of the best toy robots for kids, which will provide hours of fun and also have adults running for cover and laughing at the robots antics.
- This remote control robot toy is branded "ThinkGizmos". Comes in an awesome looking box with user manual included in the following languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian)
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Remote Control Robot For Kids - RoboShooter Silver & Black Robot Toy For Boys & Girls Aged 5+ by ThinkGizmos
This fantastic and futuristic remote control toy robot for kids will have all the family on the run as foam discs are fired out at super speed from his chest, (look out Grandma!!).
Incredibly easy to operate via the remote control which is included. The RoboShooter toy robot talks, walks, fires and even dances! Once he has fired all his ammo, collect them up and pop them back in the chamber for more action.
The RoboShooter is even programmable so you can wow your friends and family as he moves and fires on his own.
This RC Robot requires 6 x AA Batteries which are not included. Suitable for ages 5 and above.
Certainly one of the best toy robots for kids, which will provide hours of fun and also have adults running for cover and laughing at the robots antics.
This remote control robot toy is branded "ThinkGizmos". Comes in an awesome looking box with user manual included in the following languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian)
SHOOT the included discs at high speed towards your victim, then reload and restart your mission.
EASILY CONTROL your robot with this cool looking remote control. Make him dance, walk, slide, raise his gun, and fire discs. Watch out!
COMMAND attention from those around you. "Freeze! Identify yourself or I will shoot" he says as he raises his gun into possition.
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I watched the videos of it working. We were a little concerned about how loud it was, but overlooked that because we thought he'd like the disc shooting. Well, he's had it for about a month now, and while he was initially thrilled to get a robot, it's not used very often and the novelty of having a disc shooter robot has worn off. He now has gone back to his Nerf guns and Transformers.
The built quality on this robot seem very good. The plastic seems thick and strong, but our fear of the loudness of this thing was a good one. The robot is VERY loud. Especially when the disc shooter is enabled, and that's all this is used for. When the robot is played with, our son does not move it at all. He brings the robot out, places it the direction he wants it to fire and shoots all the discs. The only time it had moved is when I tried it out. I tried to explain to my son that he could program to do things, but he didn't seem to care. I think I probably could have gotten a remote controlled disc shooting turret and my son would have liked it just as much...
Aside from how my son plays with it, here's my take...
The built has held up to our two year old daughter banging it on the hardwood and I honestly don't see it breaking any time soon based on how thick the plastic is.
The discs are difficult to reload correctly. They tend to want to turn when you drop them in the top (under the head), and you have to reach your finger down to straighten it which may mean you have to pull out all the other discs you put in.
Discs sometimes get stuck. Occasionally a disc doesn't come out when you push the shoot button. It appears this is due to a sizing issue between the discs, hopper, and firing shoot. Normally after a few presses, the disc eventually gets itself unstuck.
Not sure if it's just ours, but only one arm moves (the one with the gun).
Walking and rolling are basically the same thing except the legs actually move forward and backward when you press "walk". So it's not really walking... I probably would have just provided either walk or roll and not both.
One other thing to mention. The remote and usage isn't terribly intuitive. My son knows how to do it cause I showed him, but our nephews that have come over have told me a couple times now that it's broken because of the two-step turn-on procedure. They've also not been able to figure out how to make it shoot because one button shows the gun (which they think makes it shoot) and the disc shooter is two separate buttons (the ready button has to be pushed first to start the disc shooter motor).
Honestly, it does exactly what we saw in the video reviews and I honestly didn't expect my son to play with it that much. I knocked off a star because it is very loud and there's no way that I can see to turn it down. I knocked off another half star because it's most fun feature (the disc shooter) tends to jam and can be annoying to load. The last half a star is because they're offering too many actions that it can only half deliver on (namely the walking), and the fact that the remote can be hard to understand for kids.
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The robot talks, lights up and can move by remote control.
A little bit cheap in it's build quality but it does alot and my boy loves it.