High technology electronics makes Omnibot 2000 our most versatile and advanced robot. And most personable. A motorized head and flashing headlight-eyes give the 26-inch Omnibot 2000 true charisma.
His fully articulated right arm and grasping hand can lift an object off a table, carry it and set it down. Add his motorized tray and this high-tech humble servant can pour and serve drinks. He has two speeds and can move in every direction over any surface, including shag carpeting.
You can even pre-program Omnibot 2000 for wake-up duty. Just set the day and time on his 7-day, 24-hour timer/tape memory, show him the path to follow and record your morning message. Or put in your favorite standard cassette tape. At the magic moment, he’ll turn himself on and be at your service.
More than just a pretty face, Omnibot 2000 is practical. His multi-function accessory panel makes him a mobile 6-volt power source for appliances like a small television set. Or external speakers for his cassette player-5 inputs in all. He can even be adapted to function as a light timer. He comes with storage space, a rechargeable battery and recharging unit. And carry handles make him easily transportable.
1985 is surely the year of the robot. And Omnibot 2000, the robot of the year.
jchedges said: Where did you get these? Also, can you actually move their feet and arms around?
Yes! These are completely poseable since all the parts are separate magnets attaching to a metal core in the body. It’s the most brilliant line of toys I’ve ever seen and I wish it had been more successful in it’s time. Since these are so rare, they only show up on ebay every few years or so. There’s more information on them in previous posts on my blog.