Retro Robotix Robo-Dog: More Canine Than Canine

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Man’s best friend just got even better! A dog you don’t have to walk or feed, and you control its every move!

Runs on 4 C batteries and 1 9V. Only $200 from the Electronic Eclectic Company.

Or you could go 21st Century with HPI’s G-Dog, a $700 mutt that runs on a 7.2V Ni-MH and can do a break dancer’s headstand (00:20!):

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5 Responses to Retro Robotix Robo-Dog: More Canine Than Canine

  1. bozozo says:

    Had fun with it but mostly by building tanks for my GI Joes and robot arms to fight the neighbors armotron.Dissertation | Essay

  2. bozozo says:

    If they’re a benefit, it’s not my problem.Research Paper

  3. bozozo says:

    Difficult to assemble due to the strange shapes/angles of the pieces, the motors were weak and slow. Term Paper | Thesis

  4. dculberson says:

    They’re either a benefit or a hazard. If they’re a benefit, it’s not my problem.

  5. ryuthrowsstuff says:

    I had one of the sets from the tip picture. Difficult to assemble due to the strange shapes/angles of the pieces, the motors were weak and slow. Had fun with it but mostly by building tanks for my GI Joes and robot arms to fight the neighbors armotron.

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