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I have bought this strange robot with hand flippers. It is about 14 cm tall and is made in hard plastic. I don't know if the hand flippers are genuine,  they seems roughly glued but could be factory made. I don't know what it was made for, maybe a parchutiste or a swimmer? The arms can swing. Does someone know who is this robot?

 

 

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Stephane!    Cool blow mold (?) robot!    Great little guy!
I also think the hands are from another toy.

If they can come off with safe cutting, I think you could find some great replacement options.... or let him be.  
Kudos!

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I seem to remember we discussed this one before. Isn't it a whirligig or weathervane or windmill type toy? Bicycle handlebar clip-on?

 

 

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Thank you everyone, especially Brian. The mystery is solved. I'm happy to have a Policeman robot. There is so much robot traffic here  that I needed help 👮‍♂️

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lol!    great score! - Stephane, if you locate another, drop me a mssg....   like you could part with another beauty!   🙂

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21 hours ago, Martian Gil said:

lol!    great score! - Stephane, if you locate another, drop me a mssg....   like you could part with another beauty!   🙂

I  was lucky to find this one. Despite his hands, he 's very appealing. If I come across another, I 'll let you know Kirk.  By the way I don't think  he was blow moulded. The plastic is too hard but I can mistaken.

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