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4M Tin Can Robot - DIY Science Construction Stem Toy For Kids & Teens

Price:PKR. 10,800.00 /

Asin: B0014WO96Y
Product weight: 7.2 Ounces
Product dimentsions: 6.75 x 3.25 x 5.25 inches
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Color: Tin Can Robot Product Description Transform a used soda pop can into a bug-eyed robot with the 4M Tin Can Robot kit. The 4M Tin Can Robot teaches the value of recycling by repurposing a used can into a fun and functional robot. No special tools or knowledge required; the kit contains detailed instructions and all the necessary parts. Just add a used soda pop can and let the fun begin. Use the kit to create a silly robot or a motorized monster, or a combination of the two. Requires one AA batteries (not included). Recommended for ages 8 years and up. From the Manufacturer Turn a metal can into a walking, wobbling, bog-eyed robot that can move. It can be transformed to become a robotic monster too. Cans can be cool! Kit includes parts and instructions, just add a "can" do attitude. Watch your child's delight and sense of accomplishment with the robot they create. Great for the "science" enthusiast in your family. Requires one AA batteries (not included). Recommended for 8 years and up.

Product Dimensions
6.75 x 3.25 x 5.25 inches
Item Weight
7.2 ounces
Country of Origin
China
ASIN
B0014WO96Y
Item model number
3653
Manufacturer recommended age
8 - 15 years
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Release date
June 8, 2018
Mfg Recommended age
8 - 15 years
Manufacturer
4M
BooTeak
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2017

Review:I wasn't sure about this, but it ended up being perfect for a 9 year-old. It was easy to put together - I should say the level of challenge was appropriate. It is a cute finished product. Know that the straws for arms are longer than pictured, but you can cut 'em with scissors. If you've read this far, please mark "helpful" thanks! Read more

Mileydis Hill
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2016

Review:Purchased this product for my 8 year old for Christmas. I thought he'd love it since he's into electronics and robotics. He and his dad sat down to put it together but he just wouldn't sit still, I guess he just isn't ready to sit there and put things together that has small pieces. Non the less my husband enjoyed putting it together and we all enjoyed it afterwards. Great buy! ;) Only reason I'm giving it a 4 star is because my husband said that the directions were a bit confusing the names of pieces on the back of the box didn't match the names used in the directions booklet so he ended up just looking at the picture mostly and putting it together that way. Read more

Gus
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2017

Review:This toy is marketed to 8 year olds but there's NO WAY an 8 year old could put it together. The screws are SO SO TINY that it was nearly impossible for myself to get them in the correct spots. It also requires a tiny screwdriver that we had to purchase just to put it together-about the size of an eyeglass screwdrivers for fixing eyeglasses. The arms are flimsy and wouldn't stay on and the motor wasn't strong enough to move it at all. Yes, we used new batteries. The instructions are a joke...I had to reread them several times before I could figure out what was going on. My son was very disappointed that after everything, he basically couldn't assemble the whole thing alone and then it didn't even work. Read more

Kathy Sabol
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2017

Review:While this is a cool toy, assembly is a bit of a problem. It was definitely not something my 8 year old grandson could put together on his own. It has many small screws and it's hard for little kids to get them in the right places and lined up properly. Also, the instructions are not written for a third grader. Parts of it were already assembled out of order, so it looks like I got one that was returned by a previous buyer that gave up. That said, all the parts were there and unbroken. I assembled it without help from my grandson. The screws that attach the battery case to the body were too short, so any pressure during assembly or operation and it falls off. After many mishaps with the battery case, I've decided I'm going to glue it on. While I'm looking for my super glue, my grandson is playing with it. The case is falling off, but he's still having fun. Read more

Kathmre
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2016

Review:I was able to assemble the robot in about 20 minutes, with the help of this video. 4M Green Science Tin Can Robot Assembling Instruction made by JanzonStudios [...] I bought the kit as an enrichment project for my 4 yr old grandson, after we visited a robotics exhibition. The video kept him engaged in the assembly and we were able to assemble it without using the written instructions. He loves it and it held up through some very excited play this evening. I'm not expecting it to hold up over time, the goal was simply to experience creating a robot from misc. parts and then operating it. There are much more expensive robots on the market if you're looking for something with complex programming and durability. This was exactly what I was looking for - a learning experience - at a great price! Very happy. Read more

M. Heiss
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2012

Review:Of course, my creative son says, "Mom, it's not CUTE. It's awesome." But honestly, this robot is just darling -- adding eyes to the form gives it a little personality. My son spray-painted his can gold before he built this, but you could use any old can. I like how the can is not gripped too tightly by the robot -- you can switch cans as you please. This was a fun mechanical toy for him to build, and it took him quite a while -- 2 hours or so, mostly because of the teeny-tiny screws. Here's tip, Moms: If you have a magnet in the house, get it out for this project. It will keep all those tiny metal parts from rolling onto the floor. *** update -- I added our photos in customer images *** Read more

Michael E. Murray
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2016

Review:I ordered this for my grandson in California since I was in Alaska quite a while back. His mother held on to it until I got down to see him so I could help him put it together (that was not my plan). He and I laid down on the living room floor and got into it. You need an AA battery and a good little phillips (cross head) screw driver. We also fetched a tweezer to hold some of the little screws in place before screwing them in. He is 10 and very capable but it was definitely a two person job for first timers. Also one had to be somewhat instinctive with the directions. Once you get it together the thing works and is fun. In the end I was happy my daughter waited for me to come down as the project provided some good bonding time, some solvable challenges (tough but not too tough) and and some laughter as well. Read more

Discerning Mama
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2018

Review:My 9-year-old and I built this together this morning. She did most of the work, while I did most of the reading and showed her how to identify parts using the diagram. Frankly, I felt a tad overwhelmed when she first opened the instructions, so I said we might have to wait for Dad to come help. Then my younger son said “Yeah, you’re probably going to have to wait for dad to build something like that,” to which I replied “No, we can do it, we just need to take it step by step.” Truly, once we looked over the peices and diagram, the instructions were easier to follow than I thought. Neither my daughter or I had put something like this together before. Our robot (which she named “Scooter”) turned out great. My daughter was thrilled and very proud of herself. A priceless experience. I will say Scooter does a good job detecting the edge but does fall off the table. You have to follow the directions about placing it slightly diagonal to the edge from the center of the table. When it falls some peices fall off, but she just puts it back together again. Read more

Fernando
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on March 16, 2021

Review:Los tornillos para armar estan un poco díficil de atornillar, en lo demás funciona correctamente Read more

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