Meccanoid, designed by Meccano, is specifically developed for children aged 10 and up who are motivated by the challenge of making, creating and discovery. It’s what you’d expect from Meccano, which is all about developing gadgets that showcase real-life engineering, technology, tools, and materials to build, create, and stretch kids’ imaginations while allowing them to learn while having fun. Highly educational, Meccano models toys instil creativity and durable skill.
Meccanoid G15 is your personal robot friend, which you get to build using the latest Meccano parts. Meccanoid comes with user-friendly instructions showing clear constructional and tool tips. It’s made using ergonomic and modular tools, hi-tech fabrics and electric motors.
Meccano Meccanoid G15 KS: the details
- Stands 1,2 metres tall.
- Pre-programmed with 1 000 phrases and voice recognition to make your personal robot more like your best friend!
- Download the free app from Google Play or AppStore. (Works with iOS and Android.)
- The Meccano Meccanoid G15 KS Personal Robot is for ages 10 and up.
- Lifelike articulated limbs powered by 10 motors for realistic movement.
- Includes 1 223 parts, 1 AC/DC wall mount charger, 1 rechargeable 1800 mAh NiMH battery, 1 Meccabrain, 1 LED module, 2 hand tools, 8 servos, 2 rear wheel assemblies, 2 motors.
Meccanoid is available at select toy stores and retailers nationwide.
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