Archive for November, 2009

Brag Worthy Christmas! Nano Review/Giveaway

Monday, November 9th, 2009

The Bragging Mommy has given HEXBUG Nano ‘Bragging Rights’ in their review of the new micro robotic creatures.

Things that are Brag Worthy….
* So fun, you will play with them for hours.
* Adding this to family game night is a real treat.
* There are 5 different colors to choose from.
* The price is right! Just $7.99 each and available at Toys R Us too!
* Comes in a cool tube. Easy for stuffing in Christmas stockings.

Check out their full review and learn how to win one of 3 HEXBUG Nano specimens.

A-B event showcases science, technology

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Discover STEM, a biannual event, is designed to ignite student — and adult — interest in science, technology, engineering, and math as well as to encourage careers in these fields. Discover STEM also served as the debut of the A-B Robotics Club, whose members were selling HEXBUGS, small mechanical “bugs” that respond to touch and sound, to raise money and awareness for the club.

Read the full story on wickedlocal.com

For more information about the HEXBUG fundraiser, check out the Fundraising page on HEXBUG.com.

Holiday Extravaganza Review

Monday, November 9th, 2009

As part of their Holiday Extravaganza Review, Mom’s Balancing Act has reviewed the HEXBUG Nano.

When I received the Hexbug Nano in the mail I was completely intrigued. I had never seen anything like it before. I took it out of it’s “test tube” packaging and turned it on only to find that it scurries across the floor or hard surfaces much like a real bug! It’s really fast and quite fun to watch.

Read the full review on the Mom’s Balancing Act website.

Upscale Baby Blog: HEXBUG Nano

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

The Upscale Baby Blog has reviews the HEXBUG Nano. Check out the full review on their site.

At a price of just $7.99 each, what a cool gift idea for kids (probably not a good idea for younger than 3 years old due to its small size) or adults. In fact, I have a few HEXBUG Nanos in different colors to put under the Christmas tree for my 5 year old son. I’m sure he’ll have hours of fun with them on Christmas morning!