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Posted 4 years ago

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I bought this from a friend of mine when I lived in ashville.He had this robot since he was a child.I have had it now for 12 years now It is one of many toys in my collection.I hope you all like it. If anyony knows the value please tell me.

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  1. Toyman Toyman, 4 years ago
    This is a great toy does anyone remember it.
  2. Boxlunchkiller Boxlunchkiller, 4 years ago
    Hey Toyman, I don't remember it but it's pretty damn cool! It reminds me of the radio shack robots of the 80's.
  3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 4 years ago
    Toyman, I found this a "hightechscience.org"...........................

    The Sir Galaxy robot was made by the Mattel Toy Company in 1979. He is 16 inches tall and is operated by a remote control. His eye's light up and he even acts as a 2-way communicator via his walkie-talkie style remote. The robot runs on one 9 volt and 3 "D" batteries while his remote require one 9 volt battery. Sir Galaxy has an antennae that is mounted on top of his left ear. If your press one of the two buttons on his head, you can talk into his right ear which contains a small microphone. It transmits the audio to the remote control. Naturally you can also talk into the remote and your voice will come out of a loudspeaker built inside Sir Galaxy. You control how Sir Galaxy moves around by a knob on the remote. The robot moves around best on smooth surfaces. Sir Galaxy has poseable arms with grippers in his hand so he can carry small objects. Using the buttons on his head you can send an alert signal to the remote control or you can can send a signal from the remote to the robot.

    Hope this helps with your mystery....Bob

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