Odyssey Toys Quincy Teach and Draw Robot

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Odyssey Toys Quincy Teach and Draw Robot
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Product Description

Odyssey Toys Quincy Teach and Draw Robot
Welcome Quincy into your home to help your children draw, learn, spell and have fun. Quincy offers math problems, spelling challenges and drawing as it interacts with your child in a casual, conversational manner.  

What You Get

  • Quincy robot
  • Charging cable
  • Guide books
  • Instructions
  • Manufacturer's 60-day limited warranty




Odyssey Toys Quincy Teach and Draw Robot
2 reviews 4 out of 5

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  • staycet, NY

    Slow at tasks, limited.

    We purchased this for our daughter as a Xmas gift. She is 5 years old, she is learning to read. The purpose of this was to help her with reading, drawing and writing. The bot is very limited to the cards that comes with it. So she went through all of it in one sitting. She kept hitting the button on its head to move to the next task because it was very slow. Its a wonderful idea just isnt executed as well as we thought and again it is limited to what it comes with. Returned.

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  • shoplvr, WA

    My 4 nephews new bestie is Quincy!

    He absolutely never stopped playing with Quincy for the entire afternoon. He didnt get to open it up until I arrived on Dec. 30.Once it was set up by his parents,he caught on very quickly with the usage of the cards of the letters,by numbers shapes , counting for ages 3-10?He didnt want to stop! He said Quincy is his new best friend. And it comes with a set of cards of numbers, letters,etc My new best friend is Quincy!

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