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  • posted byAksAka on 12/17/2014

    Toy is just perfect for my 8-yearrs old son, he is impressed with solar battery power. And the price is more than attractive. Read more

    Impression:good;

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  • posted bymisteradri on 12/15/2014

    Pros: Es muy económico y hace lo que espera de él. Vibra cuando le da el sol y se para cuando no. Cons: La placa está pegada y con los golpes de los niños puede despegarse. Aunque parezca un motor muy avanzado, simplemente se trata de un vibrador, que hace que el insecto 'tirite' sobre la superficie ... Read more

    Impression:divertido,Económico;

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  • posted byarvalim on 12/04/2014

    The issue of solar energy use can be well discussed with the children using this toy, beyond them think the funny insect format. Read more

    Impression:good;

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  • posted bymimi2000 on 04/10/2014

    simple and fun cheap solar powered.. no batteries nice design and pretty durable (fell on the floor many times and nothing happened) can be used as a sun detector did not find any cons , for the price and this type of product it is a safe deal cute toy, can also be enjoyable for kids. Can be used in ... Read more

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  • posted bybcullairas on 02/14/2014

    It's one of the funniest gadets i have ever bought. My cousins and me try to make races and try to take how long time takes to te Solar Beetle going from one square to another. Very great. With more gadets like this one maybe we coulda make and Olimpic Solar Beetles Games LOL Maybe some kind of interuptor ... Read more

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  • posted byMariePour on 01/12/2014

    Quality is good, well packaged thus it is easy to offer as a gift. The little toy shakes when there is a lot of lights. The toy really needs a lot of lights, you have to put it close to a lamp to try it indoor. It only works with powerful lamps, no economic ones. it does not go straight, it spins. Not ... Read more

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  • posted byYogSothot on 12/05/2013

    Looks wery well made and sturdy. Nice finish and cool bouncing eyes. Easy to take apart and reassamble. Just take his head of and the motor and the panell will slide off. Not working. Probably just my luck (i am a jinx). I have put it on direct sunlight for about 4 hours and it did not come to life. ... Read more

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  • posted byrafaugm on 09/06/2013

    Because of the solar panel, you don't have to worry about it running out of batteries. The panel is connected to a small rotating motor than makes the locust move around. For the price, the build quality is good. It needs direct and strong sunlight to work. Unless this happens, the locust will not vibrate.... Read more

    Good build quality View of the solar panel The small rotating motor

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  • posted byciccuceccu on 07/18/2013

    This gadget is very nice! If it is observed from a distance, it may seem really a small animal that wiggles in the light of the sun! I really like and it's cool to see him in the company of a child! You can take it anywhere, it is very lightweight and requires little space. The antennas are very delicate,... Read more

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  • posted byTaran2uls on 03/13/2013

    No battery is not used. This toy is powered by solar cells mounted on top of which is connected to a small vibrating a motor (like in your phone;-). Thanks to a motor beetle makes movement like small jumps. Very fun to watch several of these beetles. Collected all excellent. To work to a very bright ... Read more

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