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WowWee Robosapien X Humanoid Exclusive Chrome Figure Robot with Remote Control
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With kung fu moves, multi-speed walking, “caveman” speech and more, this Robosapien X chrome figure is an impressive robot. Product Features Full function arms with 2 types of grippers 6 different kung fu moves Fluid motions and gestures Fast dynamic 2-speed walking and turning 67 pre-programmed functions 3 demonstration modes Fully programmable by remote control Up to 84 program steps with 4 program modes for advanced operations Programmable “reflexes” to sound and touch stimuli Fluent international “caveman” speech Auto power-off Extended battery life App features path tracing and improved interface for easy access to advanced features Unlimited program steps with multiple program modes iOS and Android compatible Product Details Includes: Robosapien X figure, remote controller, infra-red dongle & instruction manual Robosapien X: 14-in. tall Ages 6 years & up Robosapien X requires 4 D batteries (not included) Remote controller requires 3 AAA batteries (not included) Click here to purchase Infra-red dongle uses 3 LR44 batteries (included) Manufacturer’s 90-day limited warranty
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Overall, the product itself is well done, but handling and packaging of such an expensive item, was not worth buying the "special limited edition". However, with they way manufacturing has gone in the last twenty-some years - not too surprising. After all, manufacturers are more interested in profit than product today.