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on Sale!! A robot sculpture that BLASTS music (as BLASTER SHOULD BE!). This robot, recycled from children's wooden blocks, metal, and electronic components, is a gigantic handmade transformer figure inspired from Blaster of transformers comics and is eco-friendly and AWESOME!

This bot has functional left and right stereo speakers/amps that are compatible with any laptop or desktop computer mac or pc, mp3 player, ipod, or ipad. Shown is a macbook pro (see image 4), not included with purchase. Robot's speakers contain re-chargable batteries that plug directly into a computer USB port for power or recharge. Each speaker must be plugged in for charging prior to use (of course, during use is fine!), and then may be used when plugged into the headphone jack of any stereo output, like the computer in figure 5. When on, the speakers emit changing LED blue and red lights from beneath, shown in figure 5. Note robot does not transform.

This robot sculpture is 16" high, shoulder to shoulder, he measures 10", and from his back to the tip of his arms, when extended is 7" wide. This robot was made by piecing together dozens and dozens of recycled children's blocks, coated with spray paint and or acrylics. Brackets hinges and braces were bolted in for an industrial, modern look, locked with screws and or tacks. Recycled aluminum sheets were used superficially, cut unevenly/artistically, and painted plywood was also used to give him blue accents, also placed and cut unevenly. Electronic components were arranged on his backside with a Y-shaped cable, which when connected to the blue stereo cord, see images 3, 4, can plug in directly to the headset outlet of your electronic gadgets (mp3 player, computer, etc) to emit sound from both legs, left and right stereo speakers. His arms are mounted on an axle, and can shift, 10-15 degrees, but will not stay in rotated place (they will swing back down). This is a one-of-a-kind gift, great for any fan of autobots or robots, or geeky gadget groupie.

PLEASE READ: This robot is recycled, and hand made. The speakers are not the highest quality (or robot would be priced much much higher) and though they can be low or high volume output, the speaker volumes must remain on the LOW setting on the robot, as low as possible, (but can be made louder by your laptop or external device only! or there will be a buzzing...the volume knob on the robot must remain very low (but volume can still be adjusted from low to high from the source (itunes on computer, mp3 player volume...just not directly from the robot). Also remember this is a functional piece of art. Therefore it has what some consider artistic freedom and what other more finicky people consider imperfections. Such "flaws" include scratches on the metal, hardly noticeable wood cracks, uneven distribution of paint, uncovered paint (note these used to be colorful wooden blocks), unevenly placed brackets, braces, hinges (with uneven numbers of screws), tacks, feet, electronics, wooden blocks, etc. This is a unique robot, with distinctive properties, and will be the only one in the world, just like you and me. Please email with questions instead of assuming this has a flawless appearance. This is not a toy suitable for homes with small children or inquisitive pets. Thank you.

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: iron, aluminum, brackets, braces, wood, nuts, bolts, hubs, tacks, industrial adhesive, spray paint, acrylics, electronics
  • Feedback: 576 reviews
  • Ships from California, United States to select countries.
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