Sunday, May 27, 2012

Japan's Remote Controlled Cockroaches

Japan's Remote Controlled Cockroaches

Via JTT Online Shop May 27, 2012

Just in time for summer, the fun-loving folks at Japan Trust Technology recently unveiled their "Gokiraji USB infrared RC cockroaches" or remote-controlled robotic glow-in-the-dark cockroaches! Perhaps you are an insect collector, gadget geek, wannabe entomologist or general of your very own bug brigade, then this all-new Gokiraji! ゴキラジ!should fit right in with all of the real cockroaches or Gokiburi ゴキブリ invading your sweltering abode in Japan. You can buy one for 1,680 yen ($21.08) or two for 3,360 yen ($42.17). Check out the below demonstration video:

The remote control can be recharged simply by connecting it to any USB 2.0 port. Note: These new toy cockroaches do not fly nor procreate. Order yours today!


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  1. someothergaijin11:54 AM, May 27, 2012

    Because Japan - WTF Japan - Why,Japan Why?

  2. Dear Japan,

    What in the name of ever loving fuck?


    The Rest of The World

  3. If these could be somehow programmed to seek and kill real cockroaches then these toys would really take off!

  4. Very nice Remote Controlled Cockroaches. Japanese are great inventors.

  5. nice posting.. thanks for sharing.