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December 15, 2005

Electronic Fish Robot

Robotfish

Had enough of coming home after a hard day's night only to find one of your pet goldfish belly up in the bowl?

Never again if your fishies are robots from Eamex.

From the website:

    It is the artificial fish which sails in the tail fillet made with the actuator element.

    Electric power is supplied to the coil in an artificial fish by the electromagnetic induction from a tank.

    It can swim a long term without a maintenance.

Don't believe it?

Watch the movie here.

2robot_fishies

I wonder if electric fish dream of smart fish food dust....

December 15, 2005 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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Dear Sir/madam

My name is Kaye Lazius.

I am based in Singapore and in research stages to become the official agent for robots products. I would like to enquire about distributing your products in Singapore, and find a way we could work together.

When are you planing to distribute this product in Singapore?
Are the distribution rights still availbale for purchase, if not, who can I contact to become a dealer?
What would be the minimum quantity of orders and at what prices after taxes?

I am also acting as a representative for a private investor who works for DBS Bank Singapore as a VP Trader. Would you be interested in selling the distribution rights, or franchise of your products in South East Asia, and, or shares of your company? I beleive in your research and would be happy to explore the possibilities of being your agent in South East Asia.

Thank you again for your Time, please let me know how we can work together, I look forward to hear from you soon.

I am contactable on MSN Messenger, account name: vaulure@yahoo.co.uk

Best Regards.
Lazius Kaye
Mobile: +65 9434 3142

Posted by: lazius | Jan 10, 2006 7:30:40 PM

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