- 22cm (8.5") tall
- highly articulated
- comes with 2 sets of hands
- ABS plastic & diecast metal
- lights up with USB power or battery (batteries not included)
Bigger and better with even more gimmicks!
The newest addition to the 12 MechatroWeGo series will be the Miyazawa version.
Will come in a dark blue finish and with a characteristics logo on the chest and shoulders.
The newest addition to the Mechatro WeGo series would will be the 1/12 scale line.
Front hatch will open and allow for the drivers seat located in the chest to be pulled out. 2 sets of hand parts are included.
All outer parts are removable and can be mixed and matched with parts from the other types of the 12 Mechatro WeGo series to create your own color version.
Articulation will be improved compared to the smaller 35WeGo version and the use of Diecast in the legs will allow for it to be posed steadily.
In the late 1940s, the mechatronic bot industry had developed worldwide. However, its size was large, even though it was a humanoid, it was inorganic, and it was just a thing that was just like a machine tool. These mechatronic bots were also imported to Japan, but because of their huge size that does not fit the country of Japan, it has not spread widely and there are few opportunities for the general public to see. In 1957, Japan's "Mechatro Chubu" (Chubu Mechatronics) announces a breakthrough mini mechatronic bot that has not existed before, it was Light Mechatrobot "Tube one."