Remote Control WALL-E (Disney Store Exclusive)

WALL-E Remote Control Toy Robot - A Disney Store Exclusive WALL-E Remote Control Toy Robot - A Disney Store Exclusive

Stats

Name/s: Remote Control WALL-E
Brand: Disney
Origin: China
First sighting: 2008
Class: Remote Controlled Robots
Height: 22.5cm approx.
Weight: 868g
Materials: Plastic
Power: Battery powered (4 AA batteries plus 1 ‘9V’ battery)

Primary Functions

  • Remote controlled
  • Movement forward, backward, left and right
  • Head turns left and right in sync with turning
  • Arms move forward and back and extend from the wrists
  • Neck extends up and down
  • Says phrases from the film and can talk with the remote control EVE

Other Features

  • Poseable fingers/claws
  • Super detailed ‘weathered’ paint job with scratches and dents in the body panels
  • Rubber tracks

Remote Control WALL-E

There is very little information online about this toy. As far as I know it was released in limited numbers as a Disney Store Exclusive only. It is one of the few, if not only, WALL-E toy not made by Thinkway Toys. It could also interact with its counterpart ‘Remote Control EVE’. The extending arms feature is unique to this toy and not replicated in the Thinkway Toys. I bought mine without the controller so I’ve yet to see it in action personally myself. Maybe one day!

Videos featuring Remote Control WALL-E

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Wall-E finds his Daddy?

Wall-E finds another toy robot just like him. A giant Wall-E covered in dust and dirt. Is it his Daddy? Can he get him to wake up? A short animated story featuring the rare Disney Store exclusive Wall-E toy. Enjoy!

My Toy Robot Collection // 2018 UPDATE

Here’s an updated video of the toy robots that are currently in my collection. I have a mixture of both old vintage robots as well as modern tin plate reproductions. This is mainly because original tin toy robots from the golden era go for ridiculously high amounts of money. Most ordinary folks, me included, just cannot justify spending that much! Early on in my collecting journey I came to the conclusion that I’d rather have several reproductions that work, rather than one rusty shelf queen that doesn’t. It’s the magic of these toy robots coming alive and moving that is the fun part!

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