Thank you all very much for your kind reviews. More Kitchenmechs are on the way; somewhere before the end of the year. I've got plans for a blendermech (highly in demand), a fridgemech and something with forks too...meanwhile, all of you, keep cookin'!
I have said this before, say it again, I do not like Mechs, but I do like your mechs. They are funny, original, delightfully done, come with a 90 day money back warranty and/or the optional extended manufacturers one year warranty, and can be easily repaired at my nearest Sears department store. And this particular mech, can toast a bagel or reheat leftover pizza in a matter of seconds, and is not harmful to me if I am wearing Denim or anything thicker. Enough of the funny ha ha. Your kitchen battle mechs from Hell's Kitchen are top notch in the originality department!
ENJOY YOUR MEAL... ahh, the politeness of robots and electronics.. why, how strange it's eyes look, how dangerous it's death ray looks, how malicious it looks at me... *shudder* sorry, I'm just fantasizing about the day robots... I mean *if* robots take over the world, heh heh...
Good build and cool chassis.
The M1CR0W4V-R is just too much for my brain to handle and I would never be able maximize its potential. I'd be poping Orval Redenbacher while parked in my garage instead of microwaving a cow while taking a tight turn in a race. You've blown my mind Gio!
Picture this, my racing mech (mach-2 -> http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/86911) tearing down the track, the landscape blurring by. Then, you hear a vmmmm-esque noise. The racer turns around (since the feet are wheels, who cares what direction you're going?) and sees.... A GIANT MICROWAVERACERMECH BEARING DOWN ON IT!!! The Mach-2 (my mech) turns and does it's best to boost away, BUT TO NO AVAIL!!!! The M1CROW4V-R closes in for the kill. *ding!* Keep on building - Nowhereman