Cubebots Now Available In Sweet Tiny Sizes And A Rainbow of Colors

Sustainably harvested Cubebots already had a lot going for them. Designed by David Weeks for Areaware, Cubebots are inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles and resemble cute little toy robots — a design any kid can fall in love with. Each Cubebot has awesome elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs made with sustaianably harvested birch wood. When your child is finished playing, Mr. Bot folds into a perfect cube that neatly tucks away for storage. We liked Cubebots before, but now the new Micro Cubebots have something the originals were lacking — color choices! At just 4.25 inches tall, these new micro bots are super fun for kids and are available in a cheery range of hues including bright green, blue, pink, orange, yellow and more, plus a brilliant multi-colored version.

+ Micro Cubebots $8

+ David Weeks Studio

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