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Wall-E - Ultimate Wall-E
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- Wall-E comes with original voice/SFX, light-up eyes with shutters, motorized head, body and treads.
- Clap your hands and Wall-E will follow you around like a true pal.
- Wall-E goes roaming on his own to explore the environment, with voice/Sfx and expression
- Talk to Wall-E and he will interact with you. He also loves to dance to his own music.
- For Ages 4 and up
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To start with getting Wall-E out of the box is like breaking into Fort Knox. I'd recommend having some strong shears, and a pair of needle-nose pliers on hand, as well as some double-A batteries, a small phillip's screwdriver, and 5 hours to charge his motor pack the first time you play with him. This is especially helpful to parents who want it ready to go on Christmas morning.
Speaking of parents, I will say now that parts of Wall-E aren't the strongest and that small children should be supervised at all times during play. I don't have any kids to "experiment" on to see just how resilient things are and my review is that of an adult collector and should be taken as such. Just covering my bases.
Now when ready to go Wall-e has an array of movements from just head controls, to emotions, to motor controls. It could take up to an hour to get the whole manual down. Once you have it he behaves convincingly and damned adorably. His sounds and noises are right out of the film and you can make him do just about anything. He's a great fully-functional remote controlled vehicle, pretty much. So, to summarize...
-- The ultimate collectible for Wall-E fans.
-- Cute, entertaining, and complex movement and interactions.
-- Several modes to play with, from full control to automatic wandering.
-- Treads make movement easy, even on carpet or uneven flooring.
-- Can act as a speaker for your MP3 or CD player.
-- Takes some time to learn, not fully intuitive out of the box.
-- Complex and probably breakable by the very young or irresponsible.Read more ›
The servos that drive his arms, head, body, etc. are a little noisy but I just look at it like he is a robot. The track noise is a little high too but like I say, he is a toy robot. The sounds I guess sort of add to his realism.
The only thing we didn't like about this item is the battery life. We found that the battery will only give about 15 minutes of solid play on carpet. I have a digital peak charger that I would use to charge it back up in a hurry. The battery pack is only 1000 mah, after 15 minutes it would need to be charged. It would only take about 400-500 mah to top off but would only give 15 minutes of play. After a week I ended up purchasing a better battery. You can find them online or on "popular auction sites". I used a 2000 mah battery and Wall-E now outlasts us as far as how long we play with it. The battery pack lasts hours vice minutes.
Overall a very cool toy. We love Wall-E.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After wanting one for a long time, I finally got hold of an ultimate Wall-e. I am an amateur electronics tinkerer and I had to open him up. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by A. Cheng
Let me start out by saying that I do really like this toy, but I would hardly pay more than the original price. The toy is worth a couple hundred if you can find it for that. Read morePublished on February 28, 2010 by Clyne H. Miles
How unfortunate that such an expensive item would have a 3-5 minute battery life on carpet and a 10-13 on hardwood flooring. Read morePublished on December 14, 2009 by Sbumom324
I bought mine and installed a Venom (C size) 4200mah battery to replace his (AA) 1000mah battery.
He runs for hours now instead of minutes. Read more
Let me start by saying that I can not think of a better way for Disney/Pixar to bring home the message of this wonderful movie than by offering this wonderful product. Read morePublished on June 13, 2009 by John Kinsey