Mobile robot made of colourful beech wood
Micro Cubebot is the little brother of the popular Cubebot robot from Areaware . It inherits the design, style and classic virtues of a wooden toy.
Robot toys are traditionally made of plastic and require a battery. Not so the Cubebot and Micro Cubebot from Areaware . Inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles, designer David Weeks created his Cubebot out of wood.
Cubebot is a combination of Japanese tradition and contemporary toy culture. Like one of the well-known heroes from film and television, Cubebot transforms into a futuristic robot with just a few flicks of the wrist. When it's time to rest, Cubebot forms a perfect cube.
Stable and flexible
Posing heroically, running, dancing, kneeling or simply standing - the little Cubebot can also assume numerous poses. The joints and muscles are held together flexibly by rubber bands. And as befits a real robot, the Cubebot is also almost indestructible: the wooden model is hard and stable and therefore equipped against almost every blow and fall.
The Cubebot is made to survive generations of playing hands. But the sympathetic robot is not only suitable for playing: As a decorative object Cubebot also feels good on the desk or shelf.
Cubebot is suitable for children from 3 years and is available in different colours.