4M Tin Can Robot Review

This is a fantastic robot kit for children that combines science with the important task of recycling. Promote dexterity and follow the instructions. Children can learn how the new robot works, how the cams work, why the can produces that strange buzz and all kinds of interesting things about resonance.

4M Tin Can Robot Review

Follow the simple instructions to easily assemble all parts, slide the recycled can into the body rings, install the batteries and start the engine.

That’s how your new tin robot comes to life!

4M Tin Can RobotGoogly eyes and long curly straw arms twist in all sorts of silly positions while your new recycled friend dances happily on the table.

Meanwhile, children can discover all kinds of fun facts about technology and science while reading the included manual.

Learn more about how your new robot works, how cameras work, why the can produces that strange buzz and all kinds of interesting things resonate.

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See? Is not it better than sending to the dumpster?

Discover the fun of recycling and learn all about science and technology with the 4M can robot kit.

  • 4M can robot
  • Kit to turn a recycled can into a fun robot
  • Promotes dexterity, follows instructions, strong recycling habits
  • Children discover the fun of recycling and are fascinated by technology
  • Convert any medium beverage can into a robot
  • Read the manual to find out how it works, how the cams work, about resonance
  • Includes 4 body rings, short leg, long leg, 2 grip hands, 2 stem accessories, 2 end caps, 4
  • bolts and nuts, 15 screws, toy engine with gearbox, 2 eye base plates, 2 metal cables, 2 moving eyes, axle with gearbox, engine cover / axle, 2 flexible straws,
  • battery case with cover and cables, 2 feet of plastic, body panel
  • Requires a can of soda and a Phillips screwdriver – NOT included
  • Requires 1 AA battery – NOT included
  • High quality materials for an exceptional experience in the construction of robots


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Includes 4 body rings, 1 short leg, 1 long leg, 2 tweezers, 2 tips of straw, 1 toy motor with gears, screws, 4 screws and nuts, 2 side covers, 1 battery compartment with lid and cables , 2 moving eyes, 2 plastic feet, 1 motor / axle cover, 1 axle with gearbox, 1 body panel, 2 flexible straws, 2 metal cables, 2 eye base plates and detailed instructions. Requires two AAA batteries (not included).

Children will improve their fine motor skills by squeezing and grasping kit parts and manipulating their fingers to assemble the robot. Children will also work on their cognitive skills as they follow the instructions and think logically.

4M Tin Can Robot Review
5 (100%) 5 votes

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Let’s meet Johan Lozano, the 2011 World Champion in F3N. Johan has also been the 2010 European Champion in F3N, and a five-time national winner of the German F3N competition. F3N is a brand new RC helicopter competition category formed under the Federal Aeronautique Internationale. He is 64 years old and He is a carpenter by trade and He lives near East Bayberry Street Hanford, United States. He started flying in 2001 with a Raptor 50.

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