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Written on: 16/07/2009 by son2005mark (20 reviews written)
Well things have come along way in toys and robotics and with this Robosapien toy your reminded of that if your a grown-up like me as supposed to the children of today, a child today has no idea how much technology has come along and what I was playing with when I was a child, with that in mind you mind find yourself being impressed with this toy alot more and for longer than the child you bought it for! Lets not forget these things are not that cheap compared to what I had spent on me as a… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2008 by bowwow (1 review written)
Its ok if your a big baby or a child of about 6-7. Once you've played with it a couple of times it gets really boring.
Batteries are not included.
Doesn't really do much… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/07/2005 by whitefalcon (4 reviews written)
What do I love about the Robosapien is the dance. I have watched that over and over again. I also like the Karate moves. I think its a wonderful toy for the value. It reminds me in many ways of the Robot in the Lost in Space movie. Of course minus tractor transportation system and extra arms.
I wish it had more lights on it. Perhaps in the next version a cell phone light add on interface could be added to the face plate to add a new dimension of coolness.
As I mentioned in the bad areas above… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2005 by moremoney (1 review written)
The controls of the Robosapien are easy to use and understand. It's very well build but the plactic it is made from seems a little tacky. Very sturdy (can take a knock and being dropped with no problem)… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2005 by gruf69 (3 reviews written)
My beloved wife brought me this toy for my birthday and I've not stopped playing with it since the dogs been chased and karate chopped the kids have been wound up with it and the wife's been whistled at.....lol... This is one hell of a toy if you haven't got kids then get one for yourself, if you have one get it for the kids and then hide it from them. It's the best toy of the year and well worth the £63.99 we paid for ours but be aware the little so and so worms his way into your heart. Only… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2004 by bughead (4 reviews written)
Robosapien is a fairly honestly priced toy. As best selling toy of the year you can already guess that it is very good.
The price range is about £70-£100 and with all these included feautures you can be sure to have fun.
It is mainly based at a younger age gap the only problem with this is that younger children will find it much harder to control it as you have to push the select button to choose the mode and then another to make it do what you want it to… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2004 by I Know Best (37 reviews written)
I have to admit I am big fan of the Robosapien! This robot is going to be the must-buy item this Christmas and it won't be long before these things are as common as the family dog - apart from their cheaper, more intelligent and won't make a mess of your carpet! I would have to recommend this to anyone with a pulse because it's fun, friendly and will keep you entertained for hours! Make sure you ask Santa for one of these babies!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2004 by Asmatic Ant With Heavy Shopping (26 reviews written)
The Robosapien is the gift to get this Christmas, I know I've got one. There is almost no limit to what the little fella can do. He walks, dances and burps and best all of he can throw stuff across the room. I believe it was originally designed by a NASA scientist and it shows. He walks just like a human. I truly believe Robosapien is the future of toys, I wish toys had been this good when I was a little 'un. You can pick them up now for about £60 which I think is a bargain. If you're… Read Full Review
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