May 27, 2009

Tucher and Walther Limited Edition Toys


Who wouldn't want to have this 3 1/2 Tin Dragon wreaking havoc on your pets and neighbors? Each one is assembled, soldered and painted by hand. Powered by a nickel-plated brass boiler double-acting Wilesco steam engine, it is part of a limited edition of 100 from Tucher and Walther with a humongous price of $1,495.00.


If that is a bit past your budget, they also have a Wind-up Dancing Tin Robot. At a size of 2 x 4 x 6", this is also a limited edition of 1,000 for $139.00.

Via pucciManuli

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May 25, 2009

Ravage USB Drive Transformer


Look, it's another Transformer, this time in the guise of the Takara Ravage flash drive. The 2GB drive is compatible with Windows98/Me/2000/XP/Vista and Mac and both USB 1.1 and 2.0. Due out in September, the device will cost you $42.99. For $2.00 more, you can get collectors grade packaging for display purposes.

Via Big Bad Toy Store

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May 22, 2009

Must Have: Terminator Salvation Gimmees


You may not be able to rent or buy Terminator Salvation after this week's premiere, but in honor of the event, we have found some kewl related stuff that qualifies for our Must Have of the week. Sign up to be notified when the film will be released, order a t-shirt, get an action figure, play the soundtrack or the Xbox game. Let us not forget the pièce de résistance, the 6" T-bust designed by Mike Locascio, which will be released mid June.

Via Terminator: Salvation

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May 20, 2009

Limited Edition 1000th Qee


Dude, we didn't even know that Qees existed, much less that they are on their 1000th. This Limited Edition Qee has its robotic brains rolling around in its head so you can watch it ideate. At a size of only 2 ½", it comes with an attachment to hook it up to your cell phone, iPod, or backpack.

Via Qees

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May 18, 2009

Star Wars Droid Cell Phone Straps


The Star Wars Droids are more than just cell phone straps. R2-D2, R2-Q5 and R2-R9, each at a size of 7.0 x 4.5 cm, will blast the dark side with an LED beam. Made of ABS plastic, each comes with a key chain and three LR44 batteries for ¥1,380 (~$14.37.)

Via Strapya

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May 13, 2009

Robotic Gizmo Performs


The Gremlins have returned! This robotic Gizmo sings and dances his way into your heart. At a size of 8" tall and with an 11" ear span, the Plush Mogwai sings the original song in the movie. He comes with his own batteries so you can wake him up that much quicker. Just remember not to get him wet, expose him to bright light or feed him pizza after midnight.

Via Gizmo

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May 11, 2009

Remy's Nike Transformers Step Up


Transformers are always popping up somewhere, but this is the first time we have seen them as footwear, well almost. You can't really wear them, but wouldn't it be something to be able to run towards danger instead of away from it? Check out Remy's Transformers that include gaming controllers, vehicles and keychains.

Via TF Kenkon

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May 8, 2009

Must Have: Monster vs. Aliens Clone Robot


"Monsters vs. Aliens" has only been out about a month and already the market is flooded with licensed products. We found a 6" Clone Robot with fire boost that will launch missiles from his head and Gallaxhar's Space Attack UFO that houses both the evil genius and the robot and drops two bombs. And although the movie won't be out for renting/purchasing for awhile, you can always play your fave character in a game on Nintendo DS or Wii.

Via Monsters vs. Aliens

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May 7, 2009

Takara Tomy Robo-Q Pets


Takara Tomy is working on a new line of robot pets that utilizes the technology from their Robo-Q series. Details are sketchy at this point but supposedly they will have some interactive features. As the originals could detect objects and play ball, we suspect that maybe these little buggers will do likewise.

Robots Dreams

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May 1, 2009

B2B Robot 2 Pack - Kill or Be Killed


Cepia's B2B Bots make Rockin' Robots look like girly men. Crusher and Buzzsaw each have attitude and will shout insults while punching his way to victory with accompanying sound effects. Radio controlled, the pair have four wheel drive and have surely earned their title of Must Have robot this week.

Via Cepia B2B Robot 2 Pack

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