Collectible Toy Robots
Toy robots are a very popular and an ever growing industry. There are various types of toy robots which have evolved in the past decades. Some of these toy robots have even become classics and are even being preserved. Popularly termed as collectibles these are an important part of growing up of today's generation. We all have some or other favorite robots or robot characters whose collectibles we want to buy. If robotics is your hobby then collectibles can be a great way of entering in this field.
Here are some famous collectible toy robots:
BCR1 - it was an acronym for the Big Chiefman Robot and it was made in the early 1960s. This robot used to spin as well as twirl whenever the power button was switched on. It was made of tin and it was very good looking as well because of its size and design. It was one of the most refreshing and recognizable robots which was ever made. It was produced in Japan and now you can buy it from there at a much lower price than the normal robots.
R-08B - this toy robot was also one of the most popular toy robots made in Japan. It was made in the early 1950s by the Japanese company Hishimo toys. The newer version of this robot is much cheaper than the original one which made it accessible to a much larger audience than before.
R-19-K - This toy robot can walk and also move its arms. It is made in the lines of some of the earliest robots of Japan. One fallback of this robot is that there isn't much choice when it comes to color.
These are just few of the scores of collectible toy robots that are in the market. You can reignite the passion for robots by buying any of these collectible toy robots and preserve them for the unique feeling of nostalgia that they bring with them. Just begin with your favorite character and start collecting!