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Control This Creepy Crawler with Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod!

Fancy a toy that is both fun and creepy at the same time? We have just the thing… This little robotic bug looks and moves just like a real insect, but is completely controlled by your iOS device. Simply sync up your iBug to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod and you’ll be walking, racing, and scaring the bajebus out of friends, family, and pets in no time. The iPhone Controlled Bug is the perfect gift for insect lovers and iPhone aficionado alike!

Plug & Play
Download the controller App from the App Store, plug in the included transmitter in the headphone jack, and you are ready to go!

USB Rechargeable
Recharge your iBug with the included USB charging cable. No batteries required!

Realistic Robotics
Inspired by movements and characteristics of an insect, these creepy crawler will have everyone fooled.

Free Global Shipping
Free shipping to the United States, Canada, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Australia, South Africa, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore

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