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Musical Spider-Bot Will Keep You up at Night

by Paul Strauss
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I’ve got enough problems with spiders. They just creep me out. I can handle the occasional daddy long-legs or jumping spider, but giant spiders – forget about it. And giant metal robot spiders are the stuff of my worst nightmares.

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This particular giant metal robot spider measures almost 7 inches across, and can even play a tune Рthanks to the built-in vintage music box on its back. It plays a warbly version of the nursery favorite Fr̬re Jacques, which is sure to add to the creepiness factor as you keep one eyeball on it while you sleep at night.

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It was created by Catherinette Rings and Daniel Proulx and can be found over on Etsy for $700(USD). While that may seem like a lot of money for a robot that can’t actually move – it’s a small price to pay to know exactly what your bad dreams will be about for the rest of your days




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