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Doctor Who - 18" Voice Interactive Dalek


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  • This HUGE 18 inch radio control interactive Dalek responds to spoken commands as well as having traditional radio control functions via a special multi-function control unit.
  • special multi-function control unit. With independent head, body and eye movement as well as multiple sensory inputs including touch, this really is the supreme being in the universe!
  • The Dalek has several built-in operating modes including voice programmable movement , Seek Locate! mode and Follow me! mode where it will find and track a moving object!
  • In addition it has static and roving room guard modes, remembers and reacts to Doctor Who characters and will even play a game to find the Doctor! The ultimate gift for fans of Doctor Who! It doesn't get better than this!
  • Please note- NO RETURNS If sealed box is opened, due to being a Collectable Gifttogadget
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Technical Details
Item Weight10 Kg
Product Dimensions52.4 x 44.8 x 31 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number02465
  
Additional Information
ASINB000XB8A0I
Best Sellers Rank 251,071 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan 2007
  
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This HUGE 18 inch radio control interactive Dalek responds to spoken commands as well as having traditional radio control functions via a special multi-function control unit. With independent head, body and eye movement as well as multiple sensory inputs including touch, this really is the supreme being in the universe! The Dalek has several built-in operating modes including voice programmable movement , Seek Locate! mode and Follow me! mode where it will find and track a moving object! In addition it has static and roving room guard modes, remembers and reacts to Doctor Who characters and will even play a game to find the Doctor! The ultimate gift for fans of Doctor Who! It doesn't get better than this!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Hale on 29 Jan 2009
The Dalek arrives well secured in a huge box. Initial impressions are those of size and attention to detail. Paint and finish are good for a mass-produced toy. 18"/45cm doesn't sound huge but this Dalek has real presence. Sensible touches include an eyestalk and exterminator gun that detatch before they get broken and the plunger (or claw on the assault version) being made from soft-ish plastic. As the plunger arm gets caught on furniture or walls when the unit turns, that liitle bit of "give" should save it from breaking. The light-up "ears" are also sprung-loaded and should take a little abuse. The Dalek's speaker is mounted in the base so it sounds louder on hard floors. The Dalek also runs better on hard floors or thin carpet.

Turn the Dalek on and it runs through a self-test to check its many sensors. There's nothing in the instructions to say what it does if it finds a fault so I assume that this isn't much more than a little son et lumiere show for the kids. The Dalek responds to sound and movement and even infra-red (it says in the instruction booklet). It also has a trembler switch so if you tap it on the head it will grumpily respond. A nice feature is that you have to press a button hidden under one of the gold hemispheres on the body before it can move, which is handy if you're giving a demo on a tabletop. Apart from the comical radiator attack mode, the Dalek will also become uncooperative if left alone for some time and spontaneously refuse to answer any voice commands. When moving on its own, it minces from side to side, looking about as threatening and purposeful as a camp pepperpot.

The voice control isn't much more than a gimmick and leaving the Dalek to wander around on its own leads to it challenging the nearest heat source (usually a radiator) to a fight.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Straightforward TOP 500 REVIEWER on 5 Oct 2008
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Where to start - due to my own stupidity, I didn't get the right batteries: you need four D-sizedDuracell Battery Plus D Pack of 4 75051882, a square one for the remote Duracell Plus MN1604 Battery Alkaline 9V Ref 75051888 [Pack 2]and at least 4 AA onesDuracell Plus Battery Alkaline 1.5V AA Ref MN1500B8 [Pack 8]

The day it arrived, we spent nearly 30 minutes taking it out of the box - it's got securing wires attached to specially-designed holes in the Dalek itself, which could probably restrain King Kong if he ever foound himself wronglly-packed into a toy Dalek's box. So remember to get a small paire of thin wirecutters: Automatic Wire Stripper & Cutter For Single Strand & Ribbon Cable

The day after it arrived, I bought the batteries.

The day after that, I realized that I didn't have a small-enough Phillips screwdriver so had to rush out to buy oneMini Philips Screwdriver.

The day after that I finall realized why it wasn't powering up - it was because there's a hidden (well it was to me!) battery compartment UNDER the place where the D batteries go. Yes, I really am that stupid.

But you can take this review seriously. No really.
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My child is mad on dr who so imagin her face when she ripped off the wraping paper on xmas morning and seen a 18in dalek, "wow: she said. It took me near on half an hour to get the thing out of the box, We then put the batteries in and started the dalek up, only the eye lit blue later to learn that the weapon was supposed to light up blue as well, forwards backwards side to side it went, up and down went the toilet plunger (the eye, but the head didnt rotate?! ah a problem, took it back to the shop and swaped it for another one again opend the box set it up and yes the head rotates, put it into voice mode and guess what yes it doesnt work!!!!!! only a few comands work when you tell it to follow you the eye just goes up and down, you can see it trying to move but it just wont, if it wasnt for my child being mad on dr who i would have just getting my monney back, but we will try another one surely this next one will work wont it??????????????? yes this one did work
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Doctor Who fan on 28 Dec 2007
Any Doctor Who fan will love this dalek - it has provided us with hours of fun. It responds well to spoken commands and trundles around the house searching out intruders and exterminating them!!! One of the best interactive toys I have come across - not cheap but worth the money!!!
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By Pierre on 20 Jun 2014
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Beautiful, but a bit deaf sometime. I asked him if he recognized he Doctor and he telling me that I would be a good Dalek... anyway it's a masterpiece of each Doctor Who's fan.
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