January 29, 2010

Robot Snob Must Have: Dress Up Your Babies With Bots


What does the best dressed robot-loving baby wear? For starters, she/he dons this 100% cotton Body Suit with protection at mealtimes with a 10 x 9" Bumkins waterproof Superbib.


When going out, the tot can sport a San Diego Hat Company chenille Robot Hat and nighttime is the right time for the Gerber Blanket Sleepers.

(Note: Clothing is not to scale.)

Via Robot Baby Clothing

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October 16, 2009

Must Have: Robot Halloween Costumes


Halloween will be here before we know it. This year why not dress your kids up as robots? We came up with this collection beginning with Wall-E.


Turn your toddler into R2-D2 or older child (S/M/L) into C-3PO.


Make your kidlet a Transformer with either Optimus Prime or Bumblebee.


From the movie "Robots," Rodney Copperbottom comes in 3 sizes for kids and has a jumpsuit, mask, and chest, leg and shoulder pieces. Fans of Fender can get the same.


Adults can have their own with a Printed Robot Jumpsuit. It comes complete with 2 pincher/hands, head and chest box. This one is also available in a child's size.

Via Robot Costumes

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October 8, 2009

ActiveLink Builds Power Loader Suit

The Panasonic subsidiary ActiveLink has been working on a Power Loader Suit that has 18 electromagnetic motors allowing the user to lift over 200 lbs. while feeling the movement. If the "dual-arm power amplification robot" looks and sounds familiar, it gets its name from the sci-fi classic movie "Aliens." The suit weighs about 500 lbs., will be used for disaster relief and may become available by 2015.


Via ActiveLink

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September 30, 2009

Wear Your Robots


We dig it that designers continue to make robotic accessories. Our latest finds are these rhodium plated Earrings with mobile hands and legs. At a length of 60mm, they have accents of clear and black crystal and weigh only 2.1 oz.


If you are the DIY type, you can order Angry Robot Pattern European Charm Plated Beads from Pandora. Each cylindrical bead is made of base metal at a size of 13.24 x 7.91 x 7.59mm and is compatible with Pandora, Biagi, Chamilia, and Oriana beads and bracelets.

Via Robot Jewelry

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July 31, 2009

Wearable ASIMO Kigurumi Costume


Show your love for ASIMO by donning your own Cosplay Kigurumi Costume if you are shorter than 175cm (about 5 1/2 ft.) They are being sold in Japan at various online retailers for ¥375 (~$400.00.)

Via Gamers Web

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July 16, 2009

Two Robots for Two Personalities


Peruvian Luitpol Ruiz, a graphic designer and artist from the NOVICA group, has created this limited edition Robot Keychain. At a size of 0.2 x 2.8 x 4.5", he is handmade with aluminum and stainless steel, and has springs for arms and legs. Then again, if you lean more towards the evil side, this Sterling Silver Angry Robot from Pugster may be more your type.

Via Robot Jewelry

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July 14, 2009

Keep BG Alive Between Seasons


Battlestar Galactica may be gone but not forgotten. Show your solidarity during the off season with Han Cholo's Baby Cylon Gold Ring. A bit past your budget? Then proudly display your Battlestar Galactica Titanium Series Cylon Centurion. The 6.5 x 4 x 7" poseable die cast metal figure comes with display case to protect you from its wrath.

Via Battlestar Galactica Collectibles

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