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. Tiger's body parts have been molded with yellow semi-transparent plastic, giving the tiger a futuristic look. Assembly is very simple with use of screws and snap-lock parts.
Power from the rotating motor is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the tiger walk. 2 possible gear ratios coupled with 4 different strides let you choose 8 different speeds. A reverse switch also allows backward movement.
A see-through switch with yellow transparent parts adds a cool, futuristic look. Moreover, this feature also allows you to see internal mechanisms.
Tiger's body parts have been molded with yellow semi-transparent plastic. Stickers to reproduce tiger's stripes and a humorous cartoon face are included.
Run on flat, smooth surfaces. Avoid running over slopes, on bumpy roads or on thick carpet.
Tamiya presents its next Robocraft Series item, the 2-leg walking-type Mechanical Ostrich. Motor rotating power is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the ostrich walk.
Thanks to a 2-channel remote control, you can make your mechanical insect move forward/backward or make it turn to the left and to the right.
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This RJ 45 (Ethernet) waterproof connector is sealed and ready to be installed into your case, controller, brief, tote, detonator, or anything else you might be installing it on.