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Funko - Bobble Head Lost in space B-9 Robot Talking 18 cm - 0830395026633


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Item Weight281 g
Product Dimensions7.6 x 7.6 x 16.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model number2663
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?Yes
  
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ASINB0074YJ93O
Best Sellers Rank 213,705 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight281 g
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Date First Available3 Mar 2012
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

- Bobble Lost in space B-9 Robot Talking
- taille 18 cm

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J Campbell on 25 Mar 2013
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Worth the money as its something a bit different for someone who has everything, and he loves it. Also well packed and on time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. C. Sheppard on 20 Sep 2013
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Great Product. It looks really good , and is very reasonably priced.

This is one of my favourite TV robots along with Robby from Forbidden Planet.
There are probably better models of this robot available but only at a much much higher price.
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By skin on 19 April 2014
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Great robot bobblehead !! Different phrases when you walk past him, including the famous "that does not compute". Of course!!
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Amazon.com: 55 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
a talking bobble-head B-9 robot, set on a hunk of cheese... 16 Sep 2012
By trebe - Published on Amazon.com
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As a casual fan of Lost In Space, I bought this item on an impulse, and was pleased to discover that Funko's Lost In Space B-9 Robot "wobbler" is actually a nice novelty item, of decent quality.

The robot stands about seven inches high, has unmovable arms, and "bends" at the waist. The figure has pretty good detail, with clear plastic parts used for the robot's distinctive circular "head". Various lights, buttons, and electronic components are located on the robot's body, and the color scheme is pretty close to photos I have seen of the real B-9. The arms are gray with red claws, which also matches some photos of B-9.

Although the B-9's appearance varied ay bit through the years, certain basic elements remained consistent. The biggest discrepancy with this replica is the light blue ring at the top of the robot's body, which was actually some kind of glass on the real robot. Apparently this particular detail, was too much for Funko to manage. Other issues include, a paint job with a few bad spots, the joint in the clear plastic head is unsightly, and my robot leans forward slightly.

The bottom of the figure consists of the robot's "legs" and his tracks, which are set on a dull orange colored square base, with a nameplate for the robot in front. The B-9 is an iconic figure, so the nameplate is kind of superfluous, and the orange colored base kind of looks like he is standing on a slab of cheese. The color of the base shown in Amazon's product photo looks brown, and does not match my toy. The robot seems to be stable enough not to tip over, so I would have much preferred if the figure was freestanding, without any base.

The robot is capable of speaking, as audio clips featuring the voice of the late Dick Tuefeld, the man who actually provided the voice for the robot, are featured uttering some of the robot's most memorable phrases. Included are "Warning! Warning!", "That does not compute", and "Danger, Danger Will Robinson!" Just a slight movement can trigger the voice, although the phrases are sometimes incomplete, or cut off by another phrase.

I already had a few B-9 items, including the tiny Johnny Lightning Lost in Space Robot B-9. This item makes a nice addition to the collection, and was not that expensive. It isn't motorized, so you don't have to worry too much about damage.

There are limitations to what can be done for a replica, and although there are "mistakes" in the reproduction, overall I think Funko did a decent job, while keeping the price affordable. Manufactured in China, workmanship and quality isn't the greatest, but you really can't expect much more at this price level. The company has an interesting lineup of wobblers, and other cool toys.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Pretty cool 28 April 2012
By J. Leigh - Published on Amazon.com
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Pros
The audio is well digitized. Not the typical crackily audio you get with toys.
The top chest area of Robot is red, not bluish as pictured. I prefer the red.
It comes with batteries installed.

Cons
Sometimes the multiple audio samples are triggered one after another which means Robot doesn't finish one phrase before beginning another.

Still, for the price it is a fun item for the office.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Good toy for the price. 23 April 2012
By Alan Garro Navarro - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered 2 of these. One for my older brother and one for my self. I liked it a lot and my brother was ecstatic! The toy is simple but funny enough. The price is more than fair for what you get. I like the sounds it has. Good buy.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Funko Lost In Space Wacky Wobbler 2 April 2012
By John David - Published on Amazon.com
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Everything about it was better than I expected, so much so that I purchased another for my best friend's birthday. This was one of our favorite shows when we were growing up. The Lost In Space robot was loved by both of us while watching the tv show, then getting the Aurora model, followed by the robots produced before the release of the not so great movie version of our favorite television show.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing. Very disappointing. 11 Aug 2012
By Mark*The*Spark - Published on Amazon.com
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I originally purchased one of these, delivered and packaged professionally by the seller. Unfortunately, I was saddened to find that the robot's (dark grey) left arm had splotches of flaking silvery paint (?) on it, the color of the body. Additionally, there were two 'divots', or holes, in the arm's socket area, revealing the resin this thing is made of. I contacted the seller, relaying this information to them. They were extremely accommodating. They refunded my money in full, and told me not to bother returning the item. They told me this was (obviously) a mass produced piece that they were unable to individually inspect prior to shipping. Needless to say, I was satisfied, and figured I just ended up with a random 'lemon' that slipped through the manufacturer's 'cracks', per se.

Fast forward a bit, and I ended up purchasing another, this time directly from Amazon, assuming that perhaps I might get one from a 'better' batch.

WRONG.

Same defective situation, this time on its RIGHT ARM. Flaky blobs of paint, and chunks missing where the arm meets the body cavity. Unbelievable. I thought I was going to have a cool little collectible keepsake, and I now have two disappointing worthless pieces of crap.

Oh well, "you get what you pay for". I'm done. Looks like one of my friend's dogs is gonna have some new retro chew toys.

Good luck people.
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