Robo Fish Takara Tomy he pitch robot that never have morirá - Takara Tomy Robo Fish, fish behaves like a cyber real fish with their behavior and movements and lives much more than them. Caring for fish is a task that, despite his mind relax sometimes gets a little complicated. Sometimes, though put all our efforts into this, our aquatic friends surprised us one day floating belly-up in your aquarium, having passed away.Now, you'll have a fishnever leave: he Robo Fish , a pitch robotic cells.Aunque ojo, s he first one .
Almost like a real fish
Robo Fish is a fish company created by Takara Tomy, which has been shown at the Tokyo Toy Show 2012 and that, seen from afar, can deceive us into believing that an animal is alive, thanks to its bright colors and movements (is available in several formats, including one similar to the famous Nemo ).However, up close is quite noticeable but it is not a normal fish. Still, he articulated his tail allows random motions natural in the water, and can evensimulate behaviors like be eating in the aquarium, or meet with other fish in the background to get the food that may have fallen.
Un gadget a pilas ... a muchas pilas
Actually, it is not necessary to put it in an aquarium, as Fish Stealing cares little ecosystem in which they are placed, algae, microorganisms or oxygen from the water. You could enter into vases, vessels, or other container, and continue posing as a normal fish. To operate, the toy is powered by two LR44 button, apparently (according to some comments from buyers in Amazon Japan ) can consume it in just two hours of operation, which makes it an article of use and save, rather than permanent decoration in your aquarium, and that makes it a very environmentally friendly toy, even though it is a fish with beautiful colors.
The price of the gadget is around € 29 approx . And if we add the shipment of batteries you need to enjoy the toy for a few days, this is a rather expensive fish.While, yes, we will not have to worry if you get bored inside the aquarium.
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