Lubold - Interactive Walking Skeletal Steampunk Turtle
First, "walking" is a bit of a stretch. He does move his legs and will move in a forward direction, but it's more of a shuffle than a walk. Still pretty good for a dead guy,
Lubold has two modes. In manual, pressing the button on his back triggers his noises. In addition to creepy clicking sounds, his eyes light up, his tail wags, and his legs move.
In sound mode, hhe will be triggered whenever there is a loud noise near him.
He's a little over 5" tall and 7" across. He has glass eyes, a handmade real leather hat, and other ornamentation may include various gears, watch parts, and bits of interesting hardware.
Every Clockwork Critter comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and appropriate instructions. Each is individually numbered and named, and all are one-of-a-kind. Operates on 2 AA batteries (included).
Clockwork Critters are artwork based on re-purposed animated children’s toys. The base animals are mostly plastic, which have been hand-painted to look like metal through a variety of faux-finishing techniques.
Because their ornamentation may be sharp, pointy, or break-off-and-swallowable, they are NOT meant for children.
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