Petoi Robot Dog Bittle
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
☑ To the US: free shipping on $200+ order or a $5.99 shipping fee. The Estimated delivery time is 4 to 7 Business days.
☑ To the rest of the world: free shipping on $400+ order or a $15 shipping fee. The estimated delivery time is 7 to 15 Business days.
☑ For purchase in Nov & Dec 2022, free return/exchange by Jan 5th, 2023 or within 30 days of receiving your item (whichever comes later) for the 2022 Christmas holiday season.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where's the manual/documentation?
Please visit our documentation for detailed instructions on assembly, configuring, deploying codes to run sample codes, and using different modules.
What's the recommended age?
Bittle is suitable for adults and children over the ages of 14. Kids can enjoy playing with Bittle under the supervision of an adult.
What's the differene between the STEM kit and the robotics kit?
The STEM kit uses plastic servos and is designed for STEM education. The robotics kit uses metal servo and is more suitable for hardcore robotics application and research development. All the servos are digital and coreless. If you are just getting started with robotics and coding, the STEM kit is sufficient.
How long does it take to assemble Bittle?
If you buy the pre-assembled kit, you can play with Bittle out of the box with the included remote control or the Petoi mobile app.
If you buy the base kit, after assembling the pieces, you will need to learn some basic operations in Arduino IDE or use the Petoi mobile/desktop apps to configure. Then you can control Bittle with the included infrared remote or the Petoi mobile or desktop apps.
Do you have drag drop coding support and provide any curriculum?
How long does the battery last?
The Li-ion battery pack for about one hour of continuous walking.
Does the kit include a charger?
The kit does not include a charger or charging cable. The battery can be charged with regular micro USB chargers.
Can you tell me more about how your hardware works with Arduino/Raspberry Pi and its supporting modules?
Please check out the hardware section in the FAQ.
Can you tell me more about the supporting software?
Please check out the software section in the FAQ.
Can you tell me the differences between your robot dog and cat?
Please check out the Petoi robot comparison.
How is Bittle compared to some of the best robot dogs and mechanical puppies on the market?
Please check out the robot dog comparison.
How much weight can Bittle carry?
Bittle can carry 1lb of weight.
Is Bittle waterproof?
No. But Bittle can walk in the shadow water area.
How many joints does Bittle robot dog have?
Bittle has 2 joints on each of its legs and 1 joint on its neck, so a total of 9 joints.
How fast can Bittle run
A safe fast speed is 2 body lengths/second, or 40mm/second. It could run 3-4 body length /second in experimental mode(not published).
Where can I find 3D-print STL files for Bittle?
You can download them for some of the parts.
Is there a robot dog Bittle unboxing review?
You can find a lot of Bittle unboxing/review videos on YouTube. "Meet My New Pet - Petoi Bittle The Bionic Dog Robot" is amazing.
Is there any Bittle review on Amazon?
Yes. Please check Amazon customer reviews of Bittle.
Where can I find the best price for Bittle? When will Bittle be on sale?
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I'm very happy with the bittle.
I'm following tutorials to use stable-baselines for teaching a simulated bittle to walk.
I've tried the infrared remote and the android app via bluetooth and it worked as expected.
Maybe one of the leg has a small calibration issue but I will look into it later.
This is so cool. I can't wait to start expanding and coding. Love it.
Purchased the unassembled version of bittle. Worked on assembly and programming it with my 10 year old, which was a great learning experience for her and really peaked interest in robotics and programming. It took us about 4 hours and made a few mistakes along the way, we really took our time and messed up calibration once or twice (forgot to save it).