Archive for the ‘Larva’ Category

Missing Sleep – HEXBUG Review

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

UK mom blogger and her two adorable sons share their thought on the HEXBUG Larva and HEXBUG Scarab.

My boys love bugs but I am not ready to share my house with an assortment of pet woodlice and worms, so the next best thing is building on their HEXBUG collection.
My boys already have the small Nano bugs and they have been played with extensively since Christmas 2011, but I did not know until theĀ Christmas in July event that they exist in bigger very sophisticated versions!

Really Missing Sleep Puts HEXBUG to the Test!

Read the full review at: Really Missing Sleep.

HEXBUG Larva and Scarab reviewed by One Mom’s Moxie

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

One Mom’s Moxie recently reviewed the HEXBUG Larva and Scarab:

I received the Scarab and the Larva and have had fun with them since! TheLarva was a little surprising on how much fun it actually is. Looking at it you wouldn’t think that it would do much, but looks can be deceiving. The Larva scoots around but has a sensor on the front so whenever it senses something in front of it then it will change it’s direction. Now if you have cats I highly recommend showing them the Larva and watch their reaction to it. My whole family, Grandma and Grandpa included, have got a kick out of watching the Larva scoot around as well as watch my cats with it.

Read the full post and get information on a review at One Mom’s Moxie.

HEXBUG Larva and Glows in the Dark Nano Habitat Set Featured

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

The HEXBUG Lava was recently reviewed by Mama Chocolate:

I was impressed with how fast they move, and that they work on carpet and hard surfaces. The Larva does exactly what it says it should: it wiggles and slithers and avoids obstacles without needing to touch them.

Read the full review at Mama Chocolate’s blog.

Over at The Kostiuk Crew, the Glows in the Dark Nano Habitat Set was reviewed:

This Habitat includes everything you need to build your own HEXBUG Nano Habitat. My kids where seriously not even able to stand still while we opened up the box. The looked like little jumping beans with smiles on their faces from one side to the other. The all helped to build the set. Turn off the lights and Ha if you could of only heard all of the giggles and awes coming from them. I was more than happy!

Read the full review at The Kostiuk Crew’s blog.