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85/2573-46 Toy robot, 'Super Robot', battery operated, tin / plastic, by Horikawa, Japan, c. 1970. Click to enlarge.

'Rotate-o-matic Super Robot' toy robot by Horikawa

Made
Toy robot, 'Super Robot', metal chest with molded plastic arms legs and head, all in a dark grey/brown, the robot has two red circles as eyes, and two 'doors' on the chest that open to reveal orange lights representing a gun or firing weapon. The robot is battery operated, with a cavity in tha back of the body for two 1.5 volt batteries (batteries removed), the lid for this cavity is missing. the robot has movable arms and legs and the head and body move from side to side, the on/off switch is …

Summary

Object No.

85/2573-46

Object Statement

Toy robot, 'Super Robot', battery operated, tin / plastic, by Horikawa, Japan, c. 1970

Physical Description

Toy robot, 'Super Robot', metal chest with molded plastic arms legs and head, all in a dark grey/brown, the robot has two red circles as eyes, and two 'doors' on the chest that open to reveal orange lights representing a gun or firing weapon. The robot is battery operated, with a cavity in tha back of the body for two 1.5 volt batteries (batteries removed), the lid for this cavity is missing. the robot has movable arms and legs and the head and body move from side to side, the on/off switch is a small red plastic switch at the back of the body in the upper right corner.

Dimensions

Height

260 mm

Width

140 mm

Depth

90 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

'Rotate-o-matic Super Robot' toy robot by Horikawa 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 February 2023, <https://ma.as/42007>

Wikipedia

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