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Doctor Who: Desktop Patrol Dalek

Released on 04 October 2010

5.0 out of 5 (3 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Patrols your desktop for hours, never falling off or bumping into anything!

Simply turn on the 8cm Dalek and place it on your desktop (or other flat surface). The robot has inbuilt sensors that detect the ground in front of it, and will turn away from the edge of the desk or any object, hence continually patrol your desktop!

At each and every turn the Dalek says 'Exterminate!' - this function can optionally be turned off, if you prefer it to patrol in silence.
  • 8cm tall Robotic Dalek, requires 3 x AG13 batteries (included)
  • 3 x AG13 spare batteries
  • Full instructions for use

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)


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This is indeed a very cool figure, if you like the new Daleks or not its a great toy with quality detail and worthy of any collection, be sure to get all 5 colour Daleks in the collection.

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| | See all sizeome's reviews (1)

does exactly what it says, dosen't fall of a desk or table and avoids things all while saying exterminate as it turns.....which is really quite loud. the speech can be turned off which is also a good wee feature. only thing is it doesn't come with batteries as it states. but this does not take away from how cool it is.

 Doctor Who: Desktop Patrol Dalek

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This is a great little item if your a Doctor Who fan. Batterys do NOT come included which is incorrectly stated on the product description, it is not 100% perfect though my son opened this on Christmas Day and after using it for 10 minutes on 5 different surfaces it fell off the end 3 times so make sure you are there with a hand to grab it just incase, it also does not full sense objects in the way items such as clear glass cups and smaller objects you would leave lying on a surface (i.e keys, phones, plates etc) unless it is a large solid object it just thinks theres nothing in its way and carrys on. i think my son is now using it as more of a decorative item with his Tardis Money Box rarther than a moving toy incase he breaks it but its still fun to watch and hope it does not go off the edge

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