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Children are always fascinated by robots.  They’re even more fun when they can build them themselves.  We recently came across the Ready2Robot cartoons where robots fight amongst each other.   After this we discovered there are also toys that can be bought so children can act out their favourite characters scenes and create whole new scenarios and robots.  Yaaaaayyy, for creative play it’s always good to encourage young ones to use their imaginations.


These robots from MGA Entertainment are a great collectable combining robots with slime.  I know who’d have thought!!!  This is a great match as children not only get to build but also swap and battle with Ready2Robot.

Setting up your Robot

Once you’ve opened up the outer layers you are ready to start discovering the various parts of your robot.  It’s like a game of pass the parcel opening up all the packages but you get to keep them all.  The children thought this was really good fun.

These highly collectable, interchangeable robots are guaranteed to provide your children with hours of fun.

Once all the packages are open, release the pilot from the slime pod and you are Ready2Robot!

There are various types of packs.

Survivor Battle Pack

RRP: £19.99

Available for £14.99 at Smyths.

These contain an exclusive Ready2Robot pod and Bot Blaster.  There is a bonus Mechbot and pilot for little ones to start battle straight away.

Bot Blasters

RRP: £14.99

Available for £9.99 at Smyths.

This pack comes with a blind pack and as you would expect a Bot Blaster.  Assembly is simple once you have opened up the separate parts.  It’s fun discovering what hides within each little bag found in the separate compartments.

Single Packs

RRP: £9.99

These are great.  There are over 50+ robots to collect and the fact that they are interchangeable is fabulous meaning there are so many options for legs, bodies, arms, weapons plus different coloured slimes to collect!!!!!

Inside you will find a Mechbot, pilot and slime.

See our  single pack unboxing and a robot war, who will win?

What did the kids think?

The children loved that there were so many pieces to open.  They liked putting the robots together and the fact that they can be mixed and matched.  Of course the fact there was slime was also super popular.  They didn’t need batteries in order to play which meant they were ready to use straight out of the box which was great.  These are suitable for ages 5+ although my son didn’t care at at the tender age of 4 decided he had to have a play as the toys and slime were just too exciting to resist.

As you add to your collection you can use the tops of the pods as an arena.  They clip together so this will grow in size as your collection increases.  See the video for how to do this.

These are available to buy from Smyths, Argos, Amazon and The Entertainer.


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Disclaimer: The children were kindly gifted the items shows in the post. All opinions are our own.

117 thoughts on “Ready2Robot”

  1. It’s a bit old for my godson at the moment so I’d add this to my collection to give to the Gem 106 Cash for Kids appeal for children who don’t receive any Christmas presents. It’s a fantastic cause & it run nationwide by lots of radio stations

  2. I would give this to my twin nephews as they are both really like robot wars, always come round and show me things on youtube about them, so i would guess they would love this

  3. I would give this to my granddaughter as shes done so well this year , shes always been very quiet and shy but has come out of her shell so much, joining clubs at school and making new friends x

  4. Ooo one of my (what feels like a million!) Nieces or nephews would get the treat. As long as they would let me join in too! X

  5. I’d take it to work as I work in a school and use this during STEM time and Golden time to allow children a way to be creative

  6. My son would love this! He’s into anything to do with science and technology, it would be a great addition to his christmas sack.

  7. I have 3 boys who all love these toys so I would give them to them, thanks so much for the chance I will be keeping my fingers and toes tightly crossed

  8. This would be a fabulous gift for my friends son, we have always bought birthday and Christmas presents for him and these would make a nice addition to his toy shelf.

  9. i’d give it to my son, he adores robots and machines of all kinds – and building machines. This would be totally up his street.

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