Ignite spark of science in your child with this great introduction to solar power technology and fun do-it-yourself toy. You can build this transforming robot in three different ways; the robot, the rolling tank or the crawling scorpion. Charge the solar panel either using sunlight or a 50w+ halogen bulb to bring your robots fully to life.
Easy & clear instructions included. No gluing necessary. Recommended age: 10 years +.
Ethicalsuperstore.com product code: 214683
Shipping Weight: 700g
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emma1979 asked this question on 13th Oct 2010
Q: The description isn't very clear - once you've built it, does it transform into the other shapes, or would you have to take it apart again? Also what does the solar panel power - lights, movement?
A: Hi, to turn one robot into another, you have to dismantle the robot and rebuild it. The robot takes power only when in the sun and then moves in three different ways. For the "robot", the solar panel helps to provide movement to the arms and legs. For the "scorpion" the solar charge moves the legs of the scorpion so it crawls. For the "tank" the solar charge moves the tracks around, making the tank move. We've added a video into the product page which shows how each of the robots move.
I hope this helps! Robyn.
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