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Cepia B2B Bots Crusher and Buzzsaw Robot in Red and Blue - 2 Pack
 : Cepia B2B Bots Crusher and Buzzsaw Robot in Red and Blue - 2 Pack



from: Cepia




Binding: Toy
Brand: Cepia
Color: Red/Blue
EAN: 0877799002634
Label: Cepia
Manufacturer: Cepia
Manufacturer Maximum Age: 144 months
Manufacturer Minimum Age: 72 months
MPN: CASKU2131
Publisher: Cepia
Studio: Cepia

Features:
  • RC Battling robots with knockout game play
  • Each robot comes with its own unique personality and attitude
  • Voices shout insults, hits and knockouts
  • Four wheel drive and swinging fists
  • Radio-controlled, electronic, rapid-fire punching and voice sounds



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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Get ready for serious brawling action with a pair of Cepia B2B Fighting Robots. Crusher and Buzzsaw are two trash-talking, remote-controlled battle bots with oversized fists for hurling high speed punches. Kids six and up will love the distinct personalities of each bot and the skill involved in pulling off a KO. These bots are not intended for children under three.

Amazon.com:
Get ready for serious brawling action with a pair of Cepia B2B Fighting Robots. Crusher and Buzzsaw are two trash-talking, remote-controlled battle bots with oversized fists for hurling high speed punches. Kids six and up will love the distinct personalities of each bot and the skill involved in pulling off a KO. These bots are not intended for children under three.



Convenient wireless remotes control Crusher and Buzzsaw. View larger.


Tip your opponent over and watch the top of his head pop off. View larger.
What We Think

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The Good: Trash-talking, battle-ready robots

The Bad: Controls require some practice

In a Nutshell: Have fun throwing punches and popping your opponents top
At a Glance

Ages: 6 and up
Requires: x
Start Looking For a KO
Crusher and Buzzsaw are durable, plastic boxing bots mounted on all-terrain wheels. With lights that flash, signature phrases, and heads that blow their tops when they get Ko'ed, these scrappy little fighters are sure to instigate plenty of fun and some light-hearted rivalries.

These brightly colored B2B Bots come with batteries already installed, so they're ready for battle right out of the box. Simply turn them on, familiarize yourself with the thumb wheels that control movement, punch button, and talk button, and start trying to outwit your opponent. It takes a little practice to make your bot move in a predictable way using the thumb wheels, but once you get it down, quick turns and sneak attacks will make fighting extra fun. Dual channels are provided to avoid radio control mix ups, so you'll want to make sure one bot is set to use the "A" channel and the other is set to use the "B" channel.

Deliver the Final Blow
Be the first to score a KO and watch as the opposing robot's head blows off, lights flash, and sound effects signal your victory. There are two ways to knock out your opponent's robot. Tip the robot over, or reign down blows to activate the punch plates on the sides of the robot's head eight times. Getting the right combination of arcing movement and flying fists to hit the opposing robot's head is trickier than it may seem at first, especially if your nemesis is a veteran fighter. If your robot is KO'd, pop its head back on and flick the power switch off and on again to reset for another battle.

Personalize Your Battle Strategy
Sheets of decals let you add custom touches to your favorite bad 2 the bone bots. Use kill decals to show off your victories, while "gashes" and "punctures" demonstrate your toughness and barbed wire scares off would-be challengers. Then start practicing signature moves, driving in reverse, and punching the talk button at the perfect time to yell out phrases like "Is that all you've got?" and "Now you're going to feel an avalanche, of pain!"

Overall, these quick little bots provide a great way for kids to enjoy competing with each other, and adult testers found that using Buzzsaw to throw some punches at crusher was great stress relief. These guys are designed to hold up well against each others onslaughts, but they are made of plastic and could be damaged over time if they get tossed around, stepped on, or driven through wet or sandy conditions. This seems a minor concern compared with the long lasting fun an epic rivalry between these bots is sure to inspire. After lots of play, you'll need to replace the batteries in your bots to keep going. Crusher and Buzzsaw each run on four "AA" batteries, and each controller uses a 9v battery.

What's in the Box
Two robots, two transmitters, two 9v batteries, eight AA batteries, two tail flag supports, four tail flag stickers, and two sheets of decals.




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