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Old 09-21-07, 10:43 AM
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Roboreptile $24.99 (reg. $120) - Amazon


Frighten your wife and children, buy a toy that'll stalk and try to eat you.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000ENW5Q0/

List Price: $119.99
Price: $24.99
You Save: $95.00 (79%)

You'll need to toss something else in your cart to get over the $25 free shipping hump. Use www.filleritem.com to find something cheap if you don't already have something in mind.

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Thanks - this will be a perfect christmas present for my daughter who loves dinosaurs.
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Be aware that you'll need about a half-hour to remove it from it's packaging. I shit you not, the folks at Wow Wee use steel-shanked twist ties, staples, crazy glue, The Force, form-fitting plastic gel, and about 20 yards of tape to secure their robots for travel. You'll need scissors, a long screwdriver, and a lot of patience.

If you don't want to force your daughter to endure the agony of trying to liberate her toy from the packaging, or have to deal with an impatient child whining "da-ddy!" for 30 minutes or more, you may want to give some serious thought into opening that bad boy yourself the night before and re-wrapping it somehow. That'll also give you a chance to "test" it out to make sure it works.
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Originally Posted by kenbuzz
If you don't want to force your daughter to endure the agony of trying to liberate her toy from the packaging, or have to deal with an impatient child whining "da-ddy!" for 30 minutes or more, you may want to give some serious thought into opening that bad boy yourself the night before and re-wrapping it somehow. That'll also give you a chance to "test" it out to make sure it works.
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Ordered one. My 3yo son loves dinos AND robots. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by kenbuzz
Be aware that you'll need about a half-hour to remove it from it's packaging. I shit you not, the folks at Wow Wee use steel-shanked twist ties, staples, crazy glue, The Force, form-fitting plastic gel, and about 20 yards of tape to secure their robots for travel. You'll need scissors, a long screwdriver, and a lot of patience.

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