Introducing the 8th wonder of the Robocraft series! Get ready, because here comes a super fun to assemble, super fast, super colorful Mechanical Rabbit. Motor rotating power is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the rabbit hop. The long ears and the rounded face, which have been specially molded, employ semi-transparent parts, giving the rabbit a funky look. Assembly is very simple with use of screws and snap-lock parts. For ages 10 and up.
A see-through switch with pink transparent parts adds a cool, futuristic look. Moreover, this feature also allows you to see internal mechanisms.
The Mechanical Rabbit is powered by only one R03/AAA/UM4 battery (sold separately) to keep this agile bunny light weight. Motor and battery case have been shifted to the front of the body to allow for smooth, unhindered rear leg movement.
Motor rotating power is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the rabbit hop. Rear legs kick the robot forward in a hopping motion similar to that of a...cute little bunny rabbit. As more of the weight is born by the front legs, rollers are attached to the feet to eliminate this extra load.
Tamiya now presents the Mechanical Tiger as its next addition to the Robocraft Series. Power from the rotating motor is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the tiger walk.
When walking slowly, it also uses its front legs (just like they do down under) and when running quickly, it uses its tail for balance.
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A master battery disconnect switch is a lever-operated battery cutoff switch that will disconnect power for the battery circuit.