- The robotic creature that you control!
- Dual band control means two spiders can be used at the same time
- 360 degree steering
- LED eye
- Two channel infrared
- Measures approx. 9.5cm x 10cm x 10cm
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ANOTHER RED5 UK FIRST!
Similar to the Hexbug Inchworm and following on from the huge success of the Hexbug Nano comes the Hexbug Spider. This creepy crawly walking robot is one of the coolest toys we’ve seen this year. If you’ve ever wanted to act out your own scene from War of the Worlds (where your lego men are stomped by strange tripod-like robots) then these are the little critters you need.
With six robotic legs and a head that rotates through 360 degrees, the level of control you have over your Hexbug Spider is fantastic. Take one step or many, turn quickly or slowly, it’s up to you.
The Hexbug Spider has one LED eye that lights up when it turns and come in five fantastic colours. The dual band control also means that two spiders can be used at the same time in case you wanted to stop beating up your lego men and pit two Spiders against each other instead.
Please note: Sadly due to the way the Hexbug Spiders are delivered to us we can't offer a colour choice. Therefore one will be chosen at random. If you order more than one we always try to dispatch them in different colours when possible.
- Requires 5 x AG13/LR44 batteries (included)
- 1 x Hexbug Spider
- 1 x Instructions
- Very happy -This toy did not work straight away when I put it on but it was in strong sunlight. However It did start working though at home. My grandson says the remote control hex bug is great and awesome. I take it he's very happy with it and he played with it for many hours and had a lot of fun. He says it is so realistic and told me to write this review for him.
- Awesome!!! -This awesome thing can move quite fast and is very much like a spider! I named mine Apricot!
- Amazing!!! -I love the way this moves; reminds me of a sci-fi critter!!!
- Awesome product -This product is awesome, it's easy to control, the movements are realistic and it looks like something out of a science ficton movie!!! what more could you ask for???