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Tiny Tracerbot Toy

L 396.36 Non-Member
L 356.73 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Tiny Tracerbot Toy

L 396.36 Non-Member
L 356.73 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Blue

Size:  One Size

Item# 22337-167957 In Stock
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Introducing the Tiny Tracerbot Toy, a remarkable fusion of technology, education, and imagination. This pint-sized robot is equipped with cutting-edge light sensors that allow it to effortlessly detect and trail the marker lines you draw. The Tracerbot never loses its way, autonomously following the lines back to the start with uncanny precision. But it's not just a toy—it's an educational kit that stimulates critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and logical reasoning in your child. Design intricate pathways with specific orders, loops, or patterns, and challenge yourself and your robot to complete the tasks at hand.

Let your imagination soar as you create a bustling cityscape, mapping out the layout and drawing routes on blank paper for your trusty robot to explore. Science becomes a breeze with the Tiny Tracerbot, which comes complete with four button batteries, a washable black marker, starter paper, and test trail paper. Compact, lightweight, and portable, this little marvel is ready to accompany you on all your adventures. Recommended for ages 5+. Bot measure 4h x 2w x 2.25"d. Four LR44 button cell batteries required (included).
  • Size
    Bot: 4h x 2w x 2.25"d
  • Material
    Requires 4x LR44 Button Cell Batteries (included)
  • Year of Design
  • Origin
  • Age
    Kids - 5 and up
  • Warning
    Choking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.
Tiny Tracerbot Toy - Blue

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