Just over 6 years ago the Trashbot was born! From the creators who brought you the awesome Classicbot, PlaySomeToys has given Trashbot a revamp. Get those nostalgic sensors ready! What’s not to love? it’s a designer toy with more functionality in mind. It is practically a stationary set. Some youngsters might not recognize Trashbot and Classicbot’s take on the vintage icons but for us old heads it’s a blast from the past. Boy, we feel old right now looking at Trashbot & friends, oh the mighty floppy disk, HA. Kids go google it if you don’t know.
Trashbot 2.0 stationery set is inspired by classic 80s computer culture, featuring unique desktop and icon designs
The set includes:
• Whiteboard x1
• Icons with magnetic back x3
• Trashbot figure/mini pen holder x1
• Error bot figure x1
• Memo Pad x2 (200pages in total)
Trashbot height with display: 8.5cm tall.
Whiteboard dimension 13.5 cm x 18.5cm
Every figure and icon comes with a display stand and metallic name tag.
You can keep your real desktop clean and organized, just like your virtual one.
(Please note that the magnets included are not super strong and can only hold a single sheet of paper, not thick cards.)
Calling all photographers or videographers! A chance to get a free set if they agree to create ten social content for Classicbot x Playsometoys. Simply DM them via Instagram , Twitter, Facebook or send your work to [email protected]
Philip Lee of Playsometoys x Classicbot
Philip Lee is a veteran advertising creative from Hong Kong. He has been fascinated by classic product designs from the 80’s and the 90’s. He loves the simple and human designs from that era. He decided to create own his toy brand in 2016. His brand Classicbot has been turning classic computers into adorable robot figures since then.
Look out for more Classicbots! If you missed out on the original classic version you’re in luck head over to https://classicbot.com/store/ before they disappear for good.
Our LIVE unboxing of the Classicbot classic below.
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