Hexbug toys

Hexbug - In this category we offer You robotic toys are known worldwide manufacturer Hexbug. This is a device that can be used not only for entertainment but also to fulfil an educational role. Robots learn the basic principles of mechanics - most of toy imitation of animals (e.g., dinosaurs, dogs, spiders, nano-insects), moving in different ways. Children also learn the basic principles for the treatment of electronics, skills of primary control robots, and learn what possibilities offer a variety of travel modes and easy control system.



Hexbug - toys for the little ones

We provide you with a practical educational toys for children. Made excellent company Hexbug, where the products are sold around the world. The brand is engaged primarily in the production of educational robots for fun. The products are matched for all ages and future users by severity, and method of execution (for example, a robot for children under 3 years of age must not contain small parts that can be swallowed).

Educational toys for baby

Available in various mechanical toys to choose from, for example, Hexbug Spider and Hexbug scarab, which are actually hexabotami (hexabot is a robot that moves in six odnóżach). Thanks to them, the child learns how to use different kind of sensors, their principle of action and creative ideas on ways to move - in our offer you will find, among others, Hexbug Nano. It's a small robot, which, due to vibration and sprężynującym odnóżom moving and accurate changes of direction. But the Roboraptor has a number of interesting features - among other things, is able to avoid obstacles using an infrared sensor.

Reliable robots for exploring electronics

Is to give your child the possibility of using such toys. It may be that Your son or daughter is a young elektronik or reporting accountant. Most devices Hexbug, the company bases its activities on a fairly simple decision. Brand is often inspiring in many of his Robotics projects BIM. Beam robotics is to create devices that are primarily used simple analogue system, and to minimize the use of microprocessors. Such an approach is much less flexible than robotics-based microprocessors, but provides great simplicity of execution and may be more effective for a specific task. Toys, thus produced, may be less prone to breakage.