Tin Can Robot

Tin Can Robot
Tin Can Robot
This kit lets you turn a soda can into a robot. Just assemble all the pieces, slide a can into its body, pop in some batteries and just like that, the tin can robot comes to life. The Googly eyes and long curly arms wobble comically as it happily moves around.
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