The Kidswalker NT is a new and improved version of Sakakibara-Kikai's gasoline-powered robot ride
The throttle opens and closes the gripper and rotates the arm in and out
The Kidswalker NT features a gripper that opens and closes
A rotating "drill" attachment does serious damage to giant monsters
The arms now move up and down and rotate in and out at the elbow
The Kidswalker NT features a new protected cockpit that folds up and down
Kids these days have it made. Case in point: Sakakibara-Kikai's latest creation, the Kidswalker NT, a miniature gasoline-powered exoskeleton that wouldn't look out of place in a Saturday morning cartoon. The original Kidswalker, unveiled in 2010, was designed to placate youngsters who demanded a ride in the company's much larger (and potentially more dangerous) Landwalker. As cool as it was, the Kidswalker has now been upgraded with additional features.
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