ZOOBBot Moving Mind-Building Modeling System

February 8, 2015 - Comment

The ZOOB 0Z14001 ZOOBBot Moving Mind-Building Modeling System is perfect for kids who love to build robots!  Now, kids can invent their own ZOOBBots, with a pull-back motor and wheels that make their mechanical models roll. As their ZOOB-Bot lurches forward, the motion makes the eyes light up! The 14001 teaches robot fans how to

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The ZOOB 0Z14001 ZOOBBot Moving Mind-Building Modeling System is perfect for kids who love to build robots!  Now, kids can invent their own ZOOBBots, with a pull-back motor and wheels that make their mechanical models roll. As their ZOOB-Bot lurches forward, the motion makes the eyes light up! The 14001 teaches robot fans how to build (4) ZOOBBots we’ve designed, but kids (and grown-up’s) can use their creativity to invent lots more. The ZOOBBot set includes (50) ZOOB pieces, (4) wheels, a pull-back motor and a replaceable battery for the light-up eyes. The ZOOB 0Z14001 ZOOBBot Moving Mind-Building Modeling System comes with a lifetime guarantee. ZOOB is an award-winning building set with a difference- the pieces move after you put them together. So you can play with your creations, instead of just looking at them. Although we provide instructions and suggestions for models to build, we think the best part of playing with ZOOB is exploring, inventing, and discovering how you can build what you want to build.

Comments

Leslie says:

great toy & fantastic customer service My almost 4-year-old boy received this for Christmas. He’s a robot and construction fanatic and LOVES it! He’s made lots of different creations, not just robots. I anticipate this toy set will keep his interest for several years. 

Kathryn Sears says:

Great product At first I thought this product would be boring when Santa brought it; however, my son really loved it. We built a giant mad scientist robot praying mantis and frankenbug (these were not from the instructions, obviously). One thing I want to point out is that the word robot is an enormous stretch since the product does not move except when you pull it backwards to initiate the forward wheel movement, and the eyes only glow if you turn an on button on which is on the eyes themselves.

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