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Ollie: The Robot

Ollie: The Robot
Ollie: The Robot

Ollie: The Robot

$99.99

Ollie built by Sphero

The app-controlled robot driven by adrenaline.

Engineered for speed: Launch over the competition at floor-warping speed with complete control. Ollie is awesomely agile thanks to its tubular design.

Programmed for tricks: Spin, drift, and flip with app-powered tricks. Then create, master, and share your trick combinations with friends.

customized by you: Switch up your ride with different tires and hubcaps. The world is your playground when you can conquer any terrain.

What's In the Box

Ollie with Drift Wheels, Blue Nubby Tires, Prime Hubs, Quick Start Guide, USB Charging Cord

 

Our Input

It is controlled by your phone and can really move! its top speed is 14 MPH which doesn't sound like much but that is faster then most people can sprint.

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