Three legs, suckers for feet and one enormous eye. It doesn't conjure up the cuddliest picture but Echo Bots are pretty cute face to face.
Their wibbly-wobbly bendy legs and squishy sucker feet means that they can suck onto any smooth surface or hang on to a pole or handle.
Leave your own little robot on guard. Record a message, attach your Echo Bot and when someone passes by it'll play your message.
The microphone concealed in the back of Echo Bot's head allows you to record a 10 second message of pretty much anything you like, and when anyone walks within 1 metre of the motion sensor hidden in the Echo Bot's eyeball they'll get the recording played back to them.
The motion sensor works by detecting changes in the light level falling on the Echo Bot's eye. In order for this to work, the Echo Bot must be used in a well lit area. The Echo Bot's motion sensing abilities won't work in dimly lit spaces.
Echo Bot measures about 18cm from suction cup foot to knobbly antenna.
Batteries are included with the Echo Bot.