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Discovery Kids Build Your Own Robo Pup Model Robot Toy Kit: Sound and Touch Activated Walking, Barking, Moving Light-Up Robotic Puppy Dog

November 24, 2013 - Comment

Kids learn about the different components involved in robotics by building the Discovery Kids Robo Pup. The pup comes to life when activated by sound or touch. Clapping hands or touching its head will make the Robo Pup bark, walk, wag its tail and make its eyes light up. Product Features Walks, barks, eyes light

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Kids learn about the different components involved in robotics by building the Discovery Kids Robo Pup. The pup comes to life when activated by sound or touch. Clapping hands or touching its head will make the Robo Pup bark, walk, wag its tail and make its eyes light up.

Product Features

  • Walks, barks, eyes light up
  • Head, ears and tail move
  • Sound and touch activated
  • Learn about robotics
  • Kit includes 8 parts plus screwdriver, screws and instructions

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Comments

Randall says:

Walking issue – found fix Walking didnt work on first attempt – took apart and made adjustment – worked while apart so put back together and once again walking attempt failed – I would describe it as getting hung up somehow and then no longer responsive.. (UPDATE) I removed the black translucent piece on the right side of the body by removing the 2 screws holding it in. The front right leg was catching on the edge of the slot and prevented the dog from walking. Removed black translucent piece and it’s walking fine now!

E. Tait says:

8 year old aspiring robot designer likes it Our son dreams of building robots when he grows up, and this was a good start for him. He can see the electronics, the wires, the mechanical parts, and he has the satisfaction of figuring it all out (with help). Sure, it feels a bit cheap, and we didn’t get it right the first try. But figuring it out is part if the point. If you’re looking for a cute robot toy, you might be disappointed. If you’re looking for an interesting challenge for an 8 year old, I recommend it.

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