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Pilot Labs Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot
Image Credits: The Next Web / Mashable
Pilot Labs Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot
Image Credits: The Next Web / Mashable

Pilot Labs Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?
Discovered on 2018-01-12

Take robot fighting to a whole new level with the Pilot Labs Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot. From boxing to karate to kung fu, Zeus can do it all. It features a 25-kilogram per servo motor punch, which even hurts a human hand. At the height of around 14 inches and a weight of 2.2 kilograms, Zeus is a fighter that is ideal for battle competitions. Additionally, the standard configuration includes 22 Servo motors with 25 kilograms punch force each. Similarly, the advanced version comes with up to 32 motors. Furthermore, all Servo motors use metal gear for durability. Also, Zeus’ punch speed reaches up to 150m/second. The battery can withstand up to 50 minutes of non-stop fighting. The current version features a manual wireless controller and will be available in March 2018.

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Overview & Specs
Availability :
Early 2018
Height :
14 Inches
Weight :
2.2 Kilograms
Punch Force :
Up To 25 Kilograms
Punch Speed :
150m/sec
Battery Life :
50 Minutes
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