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Chief_Smoky_Blue_Space_Man
Chief Smoky
Blue Space Man
Chief_Smoky_Silver_Space_Man
Chief Smoky
Silver Space Man
Horikawa Mechanic Robot
Horikawa Mechanic Robot
Lilliput Robot Blue
Lilliput Robot Blue
Lilliput Robot Yellow
Lilliput Robot Yellow
ME100 Robot Army Green
ME100 Robot Army Green
Mechanical Walking Sparkling Robot
Mechanical Walking
Sparkling Robot
Metal House Operator Robot
Metal House
Operator Robot
Mini Walking Robot Clockwork Mechanical
Mini Walking Robot
Clockwork Mechanical
Radar Robot Wind-Up
Radar Robot Wind-Up
Robby the Robot Black Planet Robot Schylling
Robby the Robot (Black)
Planet Robot Schylling
Robby the Robot Red Planet Robot Schylling
Robby the Robot (Red)
Planet Robot Schylling
Robot R-35 Masudaya Japan Style
Robot R-35 Masudaya
Japan Style
Schylling Roberta Robot Maria Metropolis
Roberta Robot
Maria Metropolis Schylling
Smoking Spaceman Robot Orange
Smoking Spaceman Robot
(Orange)
Smoking Spaceman Robot Silver
Smoking Spaceman Robot
(Silver)
Space Age Style Silver NIB
Space Age Style
(Silver) NIB
Spaceman With Antenna
Spaceman With Antenna
Thunder Robot Space
Thunder Robot Space
Mechanical Mighty Robot
Mechanical Mighty Robot
Robots are rapidly becoming part of our everyday life. You can order them from online stores, and when you go to the toy store they are all over the place. In 1980 they were new ideas and the first real wave of robots were coming off the production lines. Now they are everywhere and are used throughout our lifestyles. Although robots were once laboratory curiosities, they are now within anyone's reach. Now you can own a robot, mechanical servant (???), entertaining companion? Yes! We are not quite there yet, but let us not forget the first wave and the pioneers that helped introduce them to us, and the hobbyist that still carry on some of the work. This site is dedicated to the robots of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Updated 11-04-2008
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