HERO PRODUCT: Spykee Mini Vox

A resurgent Meccano launches its latest electronic construction innovation ? the Spykee Mini Vox ? next month.
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Spykee Mini Vox is the latest self-build robot from Meccano. The small warrior robot has an expressive face like its bigger brother and is voice activated, responding to eight different voice orders including movement, dance and attack.

On sale from February, Mini Vox is constructed from 20 pieces with both instructions and tools included. Suitable for ages sevenplus, it is priced at around £49.99.

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