VEX Robotics Crossbow by HEXBUG
Build the Crossbow from over 150 VEX Robotics pieces!
- Compatible with education VEX IQ pieces
- STEM based construction kit
- 2 foam darts included
- Batteries not required
- Ages 14 years and up
Feel the rush of commanding your own legion with the VEX® Robotics Crossbow by HEXBUG®, inspired by the ancient Roman and Greek ballista from 100BC. This modern machine still uses the same ancient mechanics that helped Rome's greatest generals rule the battlefield. The toy crossbow has a firing lever that releases the lock and fires a dart when pressed! Adjust the distance knob to control how far back the arms are pulled before release and height knob to control how high up the Crossbow™ is aimed before firing.
This construction kit challenges you to not only Build Genius™ but also build a fully functional VEX Robotics Crossbow at the same time! Explore the technology behind some of the most influential inventions of our culture's Age of Innovation! HEXBUG believes in using the fun of robotic toys to teach kids important STEM principles through hands-on learning. The VEX Robotics Crossbow features two alternate builds for more robotic fun! All Crossbow's construction pieces are compatible with educational VEX IQ pieces to create your own custom VEX robot and explore unlimited possibilities.
Caution: Do not aim at eyes or face. To Avoid Injury: Use only projectiles designed for this product. Do not modify projectiles or projectile launcher.
|Choking Hazard Message||WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD- Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. DO NOT put in nose or mouth.|
|Battery Safety Information||This product contains a Button or Coin Cell Battery. A swallowed Button or Coin Cell Battery can cause internal chemical burns in as little as two hours and lead to death. DO NOT put in nose or mouth. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention at a hospital emergency room; have hospital phone (205) 635-3333. DO NOT induce vomiting. DO NOT let child eat or drink until an X-ray can determine if a battery is present. Dispose of used batteries immediately. Keep new and used batteries away from children.|