The unboxing for this toy is super easy. The Aquabot is packaged inside the bowl and with two extra batteries. I was able to pull everything from the box and after adding a little water I was good to go.
You can turn on and off the Aquabot by just turning the face to the right or left. That starts the propeller on the back spinning and send the Aquabot diving, swimming and spinning inside the tank. This toy would be a lot of fun in the pool or in the bathtub. Just make sure it doesn’t end up in the filter of the pool because it is small and may sustain irreparable injuries to the toy.
I really like how zippy this little Aquabot is. It is easy to turn on and off and not only comes with batteries inside, it also is packaged with two extras for double the play time.
I really don’t have anything I dislike about the HEXBUG Aquabot.
Due to the small nature of the toy, this little “fish” is recommended for players 3 and older. It is simple and durable in design so it will withstand all sorts of play time.
I had a lot of fun with the HEXBUG Aquabot Wahoo with bowl. I was not disappointed with my experience with HEXBUG this time either, they seem to make really great robots toys that are simple and a lot of fun. I would like to get several more Aquabot toys for the pool this summer!
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