Orange tabs are on each Habitat Cell so they can be closed to keep the Nanos from escaping which comes in handy when 10 are walking around. You can connect them to tracks as well.
These Hexbug Nanos can flip themselves back over if they get turned over. They went through the tracks fairly easy and only a couple of times did the kids have to "help" them.
Special batteries can be purchased separately so they can be used for a long time. The Hexbugs still are going strong, so I think the batteries last awhile.
I have a couple of Hexbugs left over, so I decided to hold a giveaway!
One person will win the two Hexbug Nanos shown above.
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Giveaway is open to residents of the USA. Giveaway ends 10/10/10 . Winner will be randomly drawn and will have 48 hrs. to respond to email notification or a new winner will be drawn.
I received products for review from Hexbug on behalf of MomSelect. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.