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    Build your own HEXBUG VEX Balancing Boxing Bots 

    Step into the ring and immerse yourself in STEM action, assembling the VEX Balancing Boxer 2-Pack by HEXBUG.

    From the company: Compatible with the (free) VEX Pilot App. 615+ snap together pieces make 2 Boxing Bots. Ages 8 years and up. Made from snap-together pieces, these “smart-tech” self-stabilizing fighters are ready to throw down. Using VEX Pilot App., you and a friend can control the robots' every action. Deliver swift uppercuts and jabs to your opponent! Put your skills to the test as you take on a friend as they wield their very own Boxing Bot. Maneuver your player to achieve the winning hit, and become the champion. Twelve AA batteries are required for the robot brain. Batteries not included. The 2 Boxing Bot Kit is $149.99.

    No reviews yet as the product is new. Price was of a 11/24/18


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    Amazon: pack $149.99. A single boxing bot is available for $89.99 but he only comes with a cardboard boxing bot to play against.

    Don't need the tech version? Here's Mattel's Old Fashioned Rock 'Em Sock 'Em game under $15 

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