Battle Bots


Battle Bots

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Batteries (4x AA) for Attacknids

(x2 @ $4.59 each)
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Attacknids walking

Creepy crawly robot!

The Attacknids have full 360º rotation and a fully synchronised ‘walking’ action (so no sneaky wheels), and the intuitive control system lets you change direction and tactics to easily respond to the shifting tides of battle.

Rain down soft, rubbery terror with the Bolt’n’Battle weapons system and when you score a hit (or even just ram your enemy), ‘exploding’ combat armour goes flying, leaving a trail of robot devastation across the battlefield. Scoring three direct hits to the Battle Brain command centre disables the Attacknid, leaving your wireless warrior shut-down and lifeless like so much space-age scrap… until the next round begins!

Remote  control

Remote control

Attacknid legs

Pioneering spider-crab movement

Attacknid legs being shot off

Shoot the legs off

Each wireless controller is powered by a 2.4GHz wireless chip, allowing more than 40 Attacknids to battle simultaneously. These futuristic fighting machines march relentlessly across pretty much any terrain, but are portable enough to carry around, meaning you can always have a robotic war-machine at the ready… which is a relief.

So tell that dude from Red Dwarf to step aside, now we can all have Robot Wars.
Attacknids battle

Time for robot wars

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Please Note:
  • Batteries not included
  • Suitable for ages 6+
  • Price includes 1 Attacknid
Product Features:
  • 360º rotating head and complete manoeuvrability
  • Powerful Bolt’n’Battle disc launcher fires up to 30 feet
  • Complete targeting and manoeuvring control via the remote
  • Clip-on/Pop-off ‘explosive’ combat armour
  • Remote controller with intuitive multidimensional directions
Technical Specifications:
  • Moulded from sturdy plastic
  • 2.4GHz wireless R/C chip
  • Dissector Disc ammunition made from softened rubber
Battery Requirements:
  • 6x AA – not included
  • Measures approximately 38cm(W) x 38cm(D) x 34cm(H)

Customer Reviews

The Attacknid is awesome! Really well made and bigger than I expected. The discs shoot a good distance and I've had great fun setting up target practice around the house to train for battle!
Dan - 30th November 2012
I have brought this product for my sons 6th birthday, he has had it for two weeks now and has been playing with it none stop. Brilliant toy which all the family can join in. I have now brought another one for my 8 year old for Christmas so they can both have battles together I can’t wait for the battle to begin !!!
Jodie - 29th November 2012
I bought the attacknid for my son after he saw the awesome advert on TV. This is really great value for money as there are so many ways to play with it. The way it moves is quite impressive. It walks really quickly and turns 360 degrees. The disk shooter fires such a long way. We made some targets together and my son had so much fun knocking them down! It’s a great boys toy!
Fifi Trixi - 28th November 2012
Hey FB what's a dramtic voice over? Is that the same as a gobsmackingly, frighteningly cinematic VoiceOver? Or something entirely different? Looks coooooolllllllll!!!! X.
Richard - 22nd November 2012
Firebox says: Hey Richard, yeh I think they are about the same. This product deserves a great voice over!
I purchased one for my daughters boyfriend, took it to work and now some of his mates have purchased them and are battling in tbeir lunch breaks. Fantastic prodoct.
Karen B - 22nd November 2012
Saw one of these in action at my local shopping centre and bought one on the spot for my boyfriend. I know its advertised for young lads but its definitely a big boys toy too! The robot is a decent size and moves really well. Its really robust and the disc weapons you can fire go for miles. The battery life is also surprisingly good. Its like something out of a sci-fi movie. Think I'm gonna earn some major cool girlfriend points with this one!
Charlie - 22nd November 2012