Fun for all the children and adults alike, these battle robots are a great gift idea or something for those boring days at the office. With its two handle, realistic movement sensing controller which doubles as a charger, you can control the robots to fight your opponent on any smooth surface using the buttons or by using a punch action for a more realistic fight experience. Also features fighting noises to make the whole thing that bit more exciting. It uses 2.4GHz technology so you can get as many robots in the ring as you like with no frequency clashes and the robot includes sensors and indicator lights to show when you have been punched and to indicate a KO. Charge time is around 30 minutes and this offers you about 10 minuets fight time. Just add four AAA batteries, charge your robot and get stuck in.
• Two handle, movement sensing fight controller
• Integrated charger
• 2ch radio control
• 10 minute fight time
• Solid 2.4GHz radio link
• Long 5m+ range
• Comprehensive instruction booklet
Charge Time: 30 Minutes
Fight Time: 10 Minutes
Dimensions (Robot): 89 x 70 x 75mm
Weight (Robot): 50g
Dimensions (Controller): 145 x 85 x 50mm
Weight (Controller Without Batteries): 120g
Requires 4 AAA batteries
2ch Mini R/C Battle Robot with Charger (Black) it so fun funThese arrived with dead batteries, I brought them back to life by quickly cycling the charger on and off for 30 seconds to a minute until the charge light remained on. Now they charge and work perfectly. Loads of laughs and I challenge almost everyone who visits to a fight. At first they cant believe what I asked then when they see the robots, they laugh and accept the challenge. Win or loose it's a lot of fun and has never failed to bring smiles.jouet excellent pour se defouller, histoire de passer un moment fun a condition d'en avoir un deuxieme pour se battre en coopgot these as a present for my grandson so he can have real super hero fightsBought 2 of these one is working ok, sometimes the robot is not responsive until I give it a little shake then it comes back to life. The other robot head sensor was not working properly. I opened up the head and noticed that the sensor that completes the circuit also acts as a spring. With a bit of trial and error I feel I can get the sensor working properly. It looks like the spring/sensor is bent in the wrong position. Overall when they work the are great fun, reminds me of rockem-sockem robots only better(when they work)Just received two sets of this fighting robot, one was working while the other had a problematic motor that cant drive left punch. Not claiming warranty as its too troublesome. Overall quite fun when working. The main controller has two buttons which I feel is a nicer way to control the robot than swinging the two controllers.