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Homersapien - £39.00 at TJ Hughes.....
Homersapien - £39.00 at TJ Hughes.....

Homersapien - £39.00 at TJ Hughes.....

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This is retailing for £64.99 at Amazon at the moment so seems like a reasonable deal - looks like postage on site is a whopping £5.50 so collect in store to save more!

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

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Homersapien 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 Homersapien to respond to touch, sound & obstacles in his path: Spidersapien is almost human!
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Had a go with one of these at PC World, looks great but it's not that great. Will provide an hour of fun max then something you would get out when someone visits to show off but certainly not worth the £40!

Better than the £70 price tag at PC World!

Is this the small version or the big one ??? there's actually 2 different sizes.

The spiderman version is also available for the same price at TJ's

This has no relation on the deal or this post but....

god that thing looks so ugly

I saw the spiderman one in tesco and though that looked rubbish.. this is by far the most stupid looking toy ever created.

don't get one for me santa. lol


(the original black and white version looked good.. leaving the shape completely unchanged and applying new colours/graphics doesn't work!)

I saw these earlier aswell. They're the big ones, so a pretty good price. But better still are the Robosapien Version 2 at £80 which are the cheapest I've seen anywhere.

Why is this expired ?
I purchased one this afternoon in the Maidstone Store for £39, they had about 5 left, much better than the £69.99 that Currys and PCWorld want.
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