Hexbug Aquabot V2
- Micro robotic fish
- Uses electro-magnetic propulsion
- More sensors than before
- Inner pulsing glow
- Automatically turns on when in contact with water
- Angel and Hammerhead shark designs
- Automatically turns off after five minutes
- Three ways to wake up: run fingers through water, touch the Aquabot or tap on the glass
- Ten translucent colours
- Requires 2 x LR44/AG13 batteries
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Following on from the massive success of the Aquabots, Hexbug have released a new version of these waterborne robots. The HEXBUG Aquabot 2.0's are just like their predecessors but with a few new bits added.
These micro robotic Angel Fish and Hammerhead Sharks are equipped with more high tech sensors and smart fish technology. Each fish has an inner glow thanks to the built in LEDs, making them even more realistic. Using smart fish technology, the Aquabots use electro-magnetic propulsion to give themselves an unbelieveably lifelike swimming action through the water and come in ten translucent colours, allowing you to see the gears working on the inside. These little fishies can dive, change direction and swim autonomously and have an auto on/off switch. So whenever they come into contact with water they turn on, and they then turn off once taken out. They even have an auto shut-off after five minutes so they won’t drain all the battery power in one use.
Best bit is after they have fallen asleep, you can turn them on again in three different ways. Simply run your fingers through the water, touch the fish or just tap the outside of the tank to get them swimming again.
Due to the nature of how we receive these, we can't offer a choice of style or colour. Therefore, either a Angel Fish or Hammerhead Shark will be chosen at random.
- Amazing bot -I love my fish its bright pink, it's my new bath friend and tickles my toes. It whizzes round the bath and I watch it go. If you are lucky you will get to see it do tricks. A must for bath times and every child will love it. I don't want to get out of the bath and my fingers go wrinkly. Millicent Smith (aged 8)