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Been looking for one of these for my boy for xmas at a decent price. £44.50 delievered seems good.

Description:

Remote activated Spidersapien interactive toy figure. Spidersapien walks, dances & grooves! He picks up & throws objects, and watch out, he even delivers karate chops!

Spidersapien follows simple & complex commands that can be combined using 4 different programming modes. Program him to do a sequence of up to 84 steps (or 3 demonstration routines).

His advanced interactive reflex system allows Spidersapien to respond to touch, sound & obstacles in his path: Spidersapien is almost human!

Product Features:

# Spidersapien walks! Forwards & backwards in 2 speeds, he can turn left & right!
# Spidersapien communicates & interacts! Humanoid sound effects with sound & touch activated motion!
# Spidersapien strikes! Karate action can be used in combination with other actions!
# Spidersapien dances! Program your own dance sequence or activate the dance demo!
# Spidersapien is flexible! Arms move & bend fluidly with full range of motion!
# Spidersapien grabs & throws! Using his grippers, he can pick things up & throw them or knock them over with either hand!
# Item requires 4 x "D" size batteries (Spidersapien) & 3 x "AAA" size batteries (remote control) - batteries not included
# For ages 6+

RRP: 69.99 - and not a silly RRP, seems to be this in most places
- cp30

Back in stock at TJHughes (was advertised in The SUN yesterday).

Cheers
- cp30
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#1
Forgive my bluntness.....its rubbish!
#2
Yeah saw this through the window at my local, £39.99 instore.

It is about 3 years old now and not that good but will look good to a Spidey fan, and suppose you could waste your money on lesser items that are even worse :)

Edit - 3 years old technology with a slight update = probably makes different sounds but as its based on the original Robosapien v1 I doubt it will do many new things?!? I've seen a demo of the Spidersapien and it looks to do exactly the same movements as the original v1, just like the Homersapien - extending the life of the original v1.

My nephew thinks the original v1 is a good ornament at least!
#3
The Spidersapien was released this year to coincide with the new Spiderman 3 film, it has many new features over the original robosapien v1.

As far as your "it's rubbish" comment, then please elaborate, if it really is rubbish then I'd rather you tell me why so I can cancel my order, or is it just the fact that a robot isn't something that you are interested in, in which case don't knock offers that will save someone money!

Bottom line is, if someone wants to buy one, then this is by far the cheapest I have seen!

People like you really do make me wonder why I bother posting deals in the first place!!
#4
I was going to go for this. Can anyone tell me why this is 'rubbish' and what equilivalent I would get for the same price ?
#5
lostboybinns
Forgive my bluntness.....its rubbish!



as stated it has improved features over the normal Robosapien so I can only imagine it could be called rubbish in regard to the Robosapien RS Media which is still approx.£200 at its cheapest...this could be the reason or maybe you just dont like robots
#6
cp30


Bottom line is, if someone wants to buy one, then this is by far the cheapest I have seen!

I got min for 39.99 back in august - amazon had it cheap with free delivery. price is now back up to full price now though. still 44 quid ist still a good price
#7
gralf: can you confirm that you are happy with the robot? Does it do what it claims to do well enough?

Thanks
#8
Back in stock at TJ Hughes now (link updated).

I should also say that I managed to find a video on youtube of the robot dancing and it looks fantastic! ;)

Cheers
#9
Its an excellent toy, any fan of the Simpsons will love it, my kids have the original Robosapian and also the larger Version 2, they are a great laugh.
#10
hooly69
Its an excellent toy, any fan of the Simpsons will love it, my kids have the original Robosapian and also the larger Version 2, they are a great laugh.

http://www.2dayblog.com/images/2007/july/homersapien_1.jpg:giggle:

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