hi,i also have this space toy,its really hard to find MIB. it breaks realy easy !
there are 2 variations the one posted here and there is another post
in alphadrome that iv seen that featured the blue body orange detail variation.You direct it
like the sonicon rocket with sound.
During my space toy search i found this tin saucer that ''flyes'' in water,it is marked TK made in Japan and works with fire.
You light the material that is on the little disc and put it inside the saucer,the tubes get heated up and the saucer moves making wierd sounds.I havent used the saucer in water because it is brand new(no box found with it) but i have used a greek tin toy ship that moves in the same way.Any info on the toy is highly apreciated.Enjoy the images ::))
ps..there is a lot of black smoke as well !
the flying saucer
the disc with oil fuel(very lucky to have found this originall part with it as well.)
here you can see as well the tubes inside the saucer that heat up the air to provide
the greek tin ship from the 60s moves in the same way(tested).
Hello,this is my second post here.I am looking for some parts to complete my nomura radar robot.
Parts(claw with tool,top part of antenna and battery box).I understand its hard to find these parts but i was just wondering if any of you have any spares..
im willing to pay for them or exchange for other parts.
Robothut here are the pictures of the robot boardgame.
Το Σοφό Ρομπότ = The Wise Robot.
The plastic robot has also a small piece of wire that is attached on the tiny hole on his chest.
i didnt attach it,also the box is not cleaned. :)
There where also more pages but with the same graphics.
Dirk hello ,i remember this robot from when i was young,haha,,,i do not have it :(.
The artwork on the box is very nice, it looks as if its attacking a tradtional greek vilage !!!
I am spending most of my time in Athens but i kind of live in 2 places.I have been to the fleemarket in monastiraki,the prices some people ask there are
Im honored that you like my humble collection and i enjoyed a lot your page,so many nice nice robots.
I will for sure continue to post my finds here on the drome !
Hope i keep finding toys,getting this toys was actually a lot of hard work and a lot of time ,
if you buy toys with extra limitted funds you have to try harder and harder as you all know and i learned...
but they sure make me happy!
Hello again,the ray -gun is from Estrella Brazil!.Some of my toys like Mr Hustler need to be fixed,he needs a new battery compartement,a new light on the chest and he has rust on his back(i have managed to jump start him wich shows that he will live again !so i need to install my new compartement),my older zerox has lost his arm , and is very rusty on the back (i hope one day i will find a replacement arm).Quality wise i try my best but i cant allways get something good so i dont mind a bit of rust,broken bat. compartements etc(it depends on the piece).I also kind of like some playware(dont mind my spotless Taiyo robot though :))...Iv never heard of the fact about the old batteries, but its really important and logicaL,thanks for the tip,i avoided any problems up to now by using JUST by chance not very good batteries :).
i like collecting robots the old way but i will try ebay as well!i bought my first toy via ebay yesterday,its a small rocket!The thing is that the other way makes you have a connection with the toy i think,you remember where you found it,who had it,what the day was like,the first moment you spoted it, the effort to get it running again ...
Thank you all again for your kind words,i have a lot of work to do until my collection resembles even slightly what iv seen here in Alphadrome from people that have been collecting . :)
im patient enough though and learn fast,but still not very experienced with prices etc...all in good time
Thank you very much Roboto,the monkey is
space traveling monkey by Yanoman Japan,
unfortunately it's not complete,its missing its right palm
and has a crack on the right soulder, but i will probably try to fix it in the future.
Tin Head thank you, i already appreciate a lot of the info on the site,and i really enjoy pictures of repairs !
i fixed my rotatomatic through these pictures :).