Please give my KHR-1 a good home!!!

KHR-1, KHR-2HV, KHR-3HV, ICS servos, RCB controllers and other Kondo products
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Please give my KHR-1 a good home!!!

Post by FrittsLogic » Wed Mar 01, 2006 7:44 am

Post by FrittsLogic
Wed Mar 01, 2006 7:44 am

Hi all. Thanks for all the help you've given me as I built my KHR-1. Unfortunately, I need to sell him along with all the upgrades I got. I'm selling the KHR-1 with twin gyro unit, ICS servo manager, extra battery, and KRT-2 controller. I have an ebay auction to handle the sale, but if anyone on here would be willing to provide him a loving home, seperate deals can be made. I could probably ship him to the UK, and definitely to the US and Canada. I'm covering shipping in the US. The ebay auction is titled: Kondo KHR-1 Robo One Servo Robot Deluxe Setup the Item number is: 7595450124

Thanks for considering adopting him!!!
Hi all. Thanks for all the help you've given me as I built my KHR-1. Unfortunately, I need to sell him along with all the upgrades I got. I'm selling the KHR-1 with twin gyro unit, ICS servo manager, extra battery, and KRT-2 controller. I have an ebay auction to handle the sale, but if anyone on here would be willing to provide him a loving home, seperate deals can be made. I could probably ship him to the UK, and definitely to the US and Canada. I'm covering shipping in the US. The ebay auction is titled: Kondo KHR-1 Robo One Servo Robot Deluxe Setup the Item number is: 7595450124

Thanks for considering adopting him!!!
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Post by Chemical » Thu Mar 16, 2006 11:56 pm

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Thu Mar 16, 2006 11:56 pm

I'd definatly be interested but all i could really offer is around £300 as im not the richest guy around, unfortunatly, If someone were interested in parts and upgrades and i could maybe by the software and a few parts or something let me know, thanks
I'd definatly be interested but all i could really offer is around £300 as im not the richest guy around, unfortunatly, If someone were interested in parts and upgrades and i could maybe by the software and a few parts or something let me know, thanks
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KHR-1 found a new home and is doing great!

Post by noDNA » Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:00 pm

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Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:00 pm

Hi guys,
just wanted to mention, the frittslogic KHR-1 found a new home by now.

I purchased it and Don sent it to Germany, well packed. Had to pay 16% import tax, but it was still a deal! This KHR-1 is in excellent condition with 2 battery packs (ok, only 600mAH and I replace them with my new 1200! mAH endurance batteries) and 2! ICS servo cables, the new remote control and a Gyro, wow. Printed manual in color, extra wow!

Can't wait until tonight to get the remote working. Want to hook up the RCS board with a Sharp GP2D12 sensor as soon as I can,

all the best
Olaf
Hi guys,
just wanted to mention, the frittslogic KHR-1 found a new home by now.

I purchased it and Don sent it to Germany, well packed. Had to pay 16% import tax, but it was still a deal! This KHR-1 is in excellent condition with 2 battery packs (ok, only 600mAH and I replace them with my new 1200! mAH endurance batteries) and 2! ICS servo cables, the new remote control and a Gyro, wow. Printed manual in color, extra wow!

Can't wait until tonight to get the remote working. Want to hook up the RCS board with a Sharp GP2D12 sensor as soon as I can,

all the best
Olaf
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Re: KHR-1 found a new home and is doing great!

Post by Chemical » Tue Mar 21, 2006 8:00 pm

Post by Chemical
Tue Mar 21, 2006 8:00 pm

noDNA wrote:Hi guys,
just wanted to mention, the frittslogic KHR-1 found a new home by now.

I purchased it and Don sent it to Germany, well packed. Had to pay 16% import tax, but it was still a deal! This KHR-1 is in excellent condition with 2 battery packs (ok, only 600mAH and I replace them with my new 1200! mAH endurance batteries) and 2! ICS servo cables, the new remote control and a Gyro, wow. Printed manual in color, extra wow!

Can't wait until tonight to get the remote working. Want to hook up the RCS board with a Sharp GP2D12 sensor as soon as I can,

all the best
Olaf


nice buy mate :wink: , just out of curiousity, how much did you pay?
noDNA wrote:Hi guys,
just wanted to mention, the frittslogic KHR-1 found a new home by now.

I purchased it and Don sent it to Germany, well packed. Had to pay 16% import tax, but it was still a deal! This KHR-1 is in excellent condition with 2 battery packs (ok, only 600mAH and I replace them with my new 1200! mAH endurance batteries) and 2! ICS servo cables, the new remote control and a Gyro, wow. Printed manual in color, extra wow!

Can't wait until tonight to get the remote working. Want to hook up the RCS board with a Sharp GP2D12 sensor as soon as I can,

all the best
Olaf


nice buy mate :wink: , just out of curiousity, how much did you pay?
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Post by noDNA » Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:31 am

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Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:31 am

I payed 985 US$ including the shipment. Big deal for this package and quality.

Plus there is 16% import tax (will be 19% 1st Jan 2007) for individuals, but I am a company so I will get it back.

I resell KHR-1s in Germany and can't get them cheaper than robosavvy does. There are many people out there looking for cheaper biped robots such as the Robonova or even more affordable. Price cannot be beaten by KHR-1. But I like the KHR-1 better than the Robonova, a personal issue I guess because I grew up with the KHR-1...

Cannot wait until my first robot is ready to be shown here, will be about twice as tall as the KHR-1 and has 22 servos, 10kg/cm2. I will post as soon as I have some images to show.
all the best
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I payed 985 US$ including the shipment. Big deal for this package and quality.

Plus there is 16% import tax (will be 19% 1st Jan 2007) for individuals, but I am a company so I will get it back.

I resell KHR-1s in Germany and can't get them cheaper than robosavvy does. There are many people out there looking for cheaper biped robots such as the Robonova or even more affordable. Price cannot be beaten by KHR-1. But I like the KHR-1 better than the Robonova, a personal issue I guess because I grew up with the KHR-1...

Cannot wait until my first robot is ready to be shown here, will be about twice as tall as the KHR-1 and has 22 servos, 10kg/cm2. I will post as soon as I have some images to show.
all the best
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Post by Toukisarchu » Tue Apr 11, 2006 11:50 pm

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Tue Apr 11, 2006 11:50 pm

OoooOOooooOOOO.... I need to see this giant robot of doom you are building!
OoooOOooooOOOO.... I need to see this giant robot of doom you are building!
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