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Win a pair of Attacknid combat robots

Following the recent launch of the new TrustedReviews Competitions section, we have teamed up with the good folks at Wow! Stuff to give you the chance to win a pair of Attacknid combat robots.

A big kid’s toy we described as “one of our favourite gadgets” in our recent Attacknid review, the six legged battle bots will provide hours of remote controlled fun with the two we have to give away able to be pitted against each other in a swarm of flying projectiles.

The first product from the new Combat Creatures brand, the Attacknids stand 10-inches tall and feature attachable blasters that fire up to 30 feet, with a full 360-rotating head offering precision manoeuvrability. What’s more, the multiple of legs bestowed on these RC critters mean they are capable of handling all surface types, from tame carpet and laminate floors to the more adventurous, gravel, grass and even snow.

With both of the Attacknids up from grabs going to one lucky recipient, the winner will be able to make use of the gadgets’ Battle Mode. With each Attacknid coming with Bold ‘N’ Battle Combat Armour that explodes off on impact, head-to-head battles are a must. Add in a Battle Brain that disables the device when hit three times in a single bout and precision shooting is a must to become the Attacknid champion.

To be in with a chance to win a pair of Attacknids, simply follow the link and answer the easy multiple choice question.

What’s more, don’t forget to bookmark the competitions page and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on all the latest TrustedReviews competition giveaways. Other competitions currently on the site include the chance to win a Google Nexus 4.

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