Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box
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Rare LAMBDA - I Robot Battery Opererated by JW Toys Made in Taiwan 1970's. No Box

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This is a very rare and highly collectable vintage robot.

He was Made in Taiwan by "JW" Toys and dates from the 1970s.

He is called the Lambda - I.

Sadly, he does not have his original box - but he is in good display condition with no losses or damages.

Of course, he is in working condition - and is operated by two large batteries which fit in his back.

This body is a hard plastic - in red, white and blue colours.

His operating switches are on top of his head - there are some tiny cracks to the plastic casing there - please check that out in my photographs - but this is really the only condition issue with his bodywork.

He is about 8 inches in height and six inches wide.

When you switch him on the white visor section and the front lights up - with a cosmic picture inside.

He also makes a wild robot noise and also plays a silly tune. His chest also lights up. He is certainly a bit noisy.

His arms can be moved about by hand, as designed

I am not sure if he is supposed to walk as his little legs seem to be locked into position - and he has friction wheels on his feet. But if he was originally designed to walk... this one sadly does not! I think he might have been designed to just push around with his friction feet.

Anyway - he remains a harder to find 1970s issue -

Boxed perfect robots of this model often fetch three figure sums - so if you would like one just for display in your collection without his box - this is priced to sell at a very fair price. He does look very cool on display.

I am also listing in my store another strange and probably rarer robot of similar date and design.

He would have to be limited to posting only in the UK.