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3 in 1 All Terrain Robot

3 in 1 All Terrain Robot


Price: $64.95

Item# :2001364

Qty: Order now, will ship on 7/15/16

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The 3-in-1 All Terrain Robot is a multi-function tracked mobile robotic kit. Utilize different track modules and make your robot transform into three amazing variations: the forklift, rover, and gripper. Using the wired controller, command the robot to move forward, backward, turn, grip and lift.

In forklift mode, the ATR is like a mini industrial forklift, with the ability to lift up to 100 g in weight. In rover mode, the ATR’s tank-like treads can traverse any type of surface. And in gripper mode, the ATR’s strong arms grab and lift anything up to 100g and move it to your desired location.

This kit allows students to create and recreate: Put it together, take it apart, make another module… It’s all about flexibility and intelligent thinking. But luckily, kids don’t have to be robotics engineers to create and achieve. With the 3-in-1 All Terrain Robot, they learn as they play.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—small parts not for children under 3 years.

  • Four AA batteries required, not included.
  • Ages 13 and up.
  • Approximate assembly time: 90 minutes-3 hours. May require long-nose pliers, diagonal cutter, and Phillips head screwdriver.
  • Approximate assembled dimensions, depending on which module is in use: 7 1/2-9 1/2”H x 6 1/4-8 1/2”W x 4-6”D.

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