• Edge Hog

    � Weight: 97kg
    � Height: 130cm
    � Length: 100cm
    � Width: 80cm
    � Speed: 12mph
    � Year built: 2002
    � Status: Active
    � Weight class: Heavyweight
    � Location: Wrexham, Wales

    Steel, stainless steel, aluminium & titanium.
    2 x 750 watts electric motors
    Pneumatic titanium axe with wedge at front to trap opponents. Axe can strike at a speed of 106 mph.
    Has a very fast powerful axe weapon.
    Weapon has a limited amount of strikes.
    Team Wrexham-Wreckers
    Daniel Jones, Peter Wilson-Hughes, James Baker & Tom Scott
    Edge Hog is a heavyweight originally built in Macclesfield, Cheshire by Stephen Egerton and Chris Prest, it was built in 2002 for Robot Wars. Losing the first round of its heat in both its appearances of Robot Wars it made its heat final of the New Blood Championships in Robot Wars Extreme and then also finished as runner-up to Tough As Nails in the European Championships in 2003. Edge Hog is well known for its powerful axe which can strike at tremendous force and can cause plenty of damage if it gets in close enough. In 2006, Edge Hog was sold to Team Wrexham Wreckers who not only fight with it, but also have it open for hire to come to kids robot birthday parties and has proved to be an enjoyment to watch for all ages.

    • Fighting Robots European Championships 2003 Runner-up
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