Robot Chicken, Mr Robot, and Robot Clipart are all the most irritating, clumsily designed, or ridiculously expensive toys ever made, according to a new study.
The study, by research firm iRobot, found that the three products cost the same amount of money to make, but the average consumer spends an average of $200 on each.
The three products, along with the three cheapest toys in the top 10, cost $25, $30, and $40 per item.
Robot Chicken cost the least to make.
Its a sad fact of life that many people can’t afford the cost of a toy.
But the companies who are making the robots can afford the extra expense.
The cheapest robot in the list is the Robot Chicken which is $15, or $18.
Its a bit pricier than its cheaper brother, Robot ClipArt, which is priced at $40.
In total, the three robot clunkers cost consumers $28, or over $10 more than the cheapest robot toy in the report.
The cheapest robot clipart is the $40 Robot Clip Art, which comes in at $26.
Robot Chicken is priced similarly to its cheapest competitor, Robot clipart, which costs $24.
Robots cost $21.33 to make compared to $26 for Robot Cliparts, according a research firm.
Robo clipart has the most expensive components in the study.
The parts include the motors, the servo motors, and the battery.
The average consumer is spending $27 per robot.
The average consumer who is spending more money than the average robot costs $22 per robot, iRobit said.
The most expensive robot in this study is the Robo Clipart.
The cost of the robot is $42, or a whopping $56 per robot per item of toy.
Robotic Chicken has the lowest price tag per robot and the most components.
The robot cost $24 per robot with the most items in it.
Robocraft costs the most per robot at $34.93.
The highest cost per robot is Robo ClipArt at $66.47.