HEXBUG Nano V2 Watch Tower Review #Christmas


HEXBUG was created back in 2007 for a fun and exciting toy for kids to understand Science, Technology, Engineering and Math as well as learning robotics at a young age. Both kids and adults will love the autonomous and remote-controlled robotic bugs. They each have their own unique skills and characteristics. HEXBUG is developed, distributed, and marketed by Innovation First labs. HEXBUG has received numerous awards over the year including the 2012 PTPA Seal of Approval for the HEXBUG Nano Hive Habitat Set, TIA Specialty Toy of the Year 2011 for the HEXBUG Nano Bridge Set and the Parent Tested Parent Approved 2010 for the HEXBUG Nano.

100_2208 Sweet Southern Lovin had the wonderful opportunity to review a product from the newest line, the Nano V2s!! I got to review the HEXBUG Nano V2 Watch Tower. The new Nano V2’s are so awesome. They defy gravity! They can climb vertically as well as horizontally, as well as through loops and tubs. The Watch Tower is 3 levels high and includes a really fun spiral tube for your V2 to crawl through. It was very easy to set it, only took about 7ish minutes. These can be set up any way you would like, I just set it up with how it looked on the box. There are also little pegs and rotating flags you can move around to make your little V2 go in different directions. I do not know who was more excited to try it out, my girls, or myself and my husband. I could really sit here and watch this little guy walk around all day in his little tower. Another neat thing was if he flips over, he can eventually turn himself back the right way.


Check out this little video I made of our little guy running around his tower:

This is a perfect gift for any kid or adult!! You can purchase it here for only $39.99. You can also visit here to see their whole line of Nano V2 products or you can visit here to see the whole line of HEXBUG products

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