4M Tin Can Robot

Transform a used soda pop can into a bug-eyed robot with the 4M Tin Can Robot kit. The 4M Tin Can Robot teaches the value of recycling by repurposing a used can into a fun and functional robot. No special tools or knowledge required; the kit contains detailed instructions and all the necessary parts. Just add a used soda pop can and let the fun begin. Use the kit to create a silly robot or a motorized monster, or a combination of the two. Requires one AA batteries (not included). Recommended for ages 8 years and up.

Product Features

  • The 4M Tin Can Robot teaches the value of recycling by repurposing a used can into a fun and functional robot.
  • No special tools or knowledge required; the kit contains detailed instructions and all the necessary parts.
  • Just add a used soda pop can and let the fun begin.
  • Use the kit to create a silly robot or a motorized monster, or a combination of the two.
  • Requires one AA batteries (not included). Recommended for ages 8 years and up. Works well and long with Polaroid Batteries.

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3 Responses to 4M Tin Can Robot

  1. M. Heiss says:

    So cute to see this thing wobbling across the floor Of course, my creative son says, “Mom, it’s not CUTE. It’s awesome.”But honestly, this robot is just darling — adding eyes to the form gives it a little personality.My son spray-painted his can gold before he built this, but you could use any old can. I like how the can is not gripped too tightly by the robot — you can switch cans as you please.This was a fun mechanical toy for him to build, and it took him quite a while — 2 hours or so, mostly because…

  2. M. Stacy says:

    Great Project to build WITH your child, but with slight issues I purchased this toy to build with a 5 year old who currently has a fascination with robots, and it was a major hit! He loves it. His younger sister loves it. And after taking it to “Show and Tell” at school, he quickly discovered that his entire class loves it, evident by the fact that he heard the phrase “will you build me one” many, many times that day.The project was very easy to assemble, and contrary to many reviews I see here, I experienced no issues with “fragile, easily…

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