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Robby the Robot: ‘I think we’ll go home, but that doesn’t mean we’ll stop playing’



Robby, the delivery robot created by UK company Delivering Robot, has been spotted at the start of its journey home to the UK.

The robot, which can be found in several locations around the world, is the brainchild of UK inventor Simon Brown and has been designed to help people take home their belongings safely.

Robby is designed to carry items from home to work and back, and to do so while maintaining a minimal footprint, as it can deliver packages up to six metres in height.

Its creators, however, have warned that the robot will soon be forced to return to its home country as its main purpose is to help UK residents.

Delivering Robot said the robots first home is currently in London, but it is planning to make its way to other cities in the coming weeks.

Robbby’s first home was in Nottingham in 2014, but this was the only time that the delivery was spotted outside the UK, with the robot taking delivery to a number of locations in the country.

Delivery Robots, which specialise in delivering packages to people and businesses in the UK for less than a penny, said the robot would be returning to its homeland in the near future.

“Robbry is the result of an innovative, well-developed, fully-featured, fully automated delivery robot and the first delivery robot to be featured in Delivering Robots’ ‘Home Delivery’ series,” the company said.

“It’s a fantastic addition to the Delivering robots fleet and a fantastic way to start our journey home.”

Robby, which was unveiled in 2014 at a London event, was designed by UK inventor and Delivering robot founder Simon Brown.

The robot, built by UK startup Delivering Robotics, can be spotted at DeliveringRobber’s first UK location, in London.

Robbs first home has now been spotted in Nottingham.

Robber will make its first trip back to its UK home shortly, with Brown announcing that he will be “delivering robots to new places and new people for the foreseeable future”.

The robot is expected to be returned to its original home country in 2018.

Robbie was designed to deliver items from work to home and back.

The delivery robot was unveiled at the launch of Delivering Robbers “Home Delivery” series in February.

Robbys first UK home was Nottingham, in 2014.

RobB’s first trip home has been confirmed to be Nottingham, the city in the United Kingdom where it was built.

Deliveries Robby.

Robbot’s second home has also been confirmed, although it is unclear when that will be.

The company said it was also making plans to launch Robby in Australia and New Zealand, but did not give further details.

Robbots arrival in the U.K. will be timed to coincide with the start, or close of, the “Home” delivery series, which includes a range of delivery robots from a Dutch company called Delivering Bionics, which has recently been acquired by Delivering.

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