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Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth class.
 WALL-E  is designed to clean up a
waste covered Earth far in the future.

Wall-E Spec's
Size 18" H x 15'' W x 13'' D
Power Solar / 7.2 Volts
Mission Mobile Trash Compactor
Product of Buy n Large Corporation

   WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class), is a mobile trash compactor, the last operational unit in a massive line created by the Buy n Large Corporation to gather and compact the waste created by the humans that utilized their products. WALL-E is solar-powered and constantly replaces his worn parts with those scavenged from non-functional WALL-E units. WALL-E's long and lonely existence has granted him sentience and emotion. His loneliness is soon requited via EVE, a robot that comes to Earth searching for signs of life.

   In 2009, WALL-E (the motion picture) won an Academy Award for Best Animated Movie.

   Our Pixar/Disney life size WALL-E is designed with very advanced technology. His eyes light up and blink with expression. He can turn his head towards a sound and respond to 4 audio sensors that give him 360-degree sound detection.

   There are also 4 motion sensors, 3 in the front and 1 in the back. This allows WALL-E to detect motion and trigger his curiosity. The sensors also enable WALL-E to detect obstacles in his path and avoid collisions.

   Wall-E's arms move up and down, his hands can grip objects and rotate 360 degrees. His body can tilt forward and backward and his treads really do work.

   WALL-E can automatically follow you, explore on his own, dance and talk back when spoken to.

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