Meet Cubebot
& Milo

A wooden bot that folds a lot

Who is Cubebot?

Cubebot® and Milo are wooden toy robots inspired by Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles.

How to solve Cubebot

Besides being a cute wooden companion, Cubebot is also a puzzle, unfolding from a cube to a robot and back again. Made from wood and elastic, they can be positioned to hold dozens of poses.

Shop the Cubebot Collection

An array of sizes and colors with plenty of folding & fidget fun.

The original Cubebot

Cubebot Classic

A bot's best friend

Milo

Cubebot XL

This Cubebot is like every other Cubebot—just a lot bigger! Standing at 23 inches tall, this wooden bot has the classic friendly Cubebot presence at extra large proportions.

Bestsellers for a reason

Don't just take our word for it.

Fun fidget toy to leave on a desk or table for a (thirty) seven year old. I find myself and my son playing with it often.
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- Joshua

Sooo cute!
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- Kelly

Skeleton Milo with his Skeleton Cubebot are very popular this year with my grandsons! They would be met with smiles by anyone who loves Halloween and fidget toys.

- Elizabeth

Super fun!
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- Alma

Cubebots are big hits with my grandsons and great neices. Even adults enjoy a Cubebot to disassemble & assemble in phone meetings.
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- Elizabeth

Love this! Such fun. Many adventures to be had.
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- Shane

About the Designer

David Weeks was born in Madison, Wisconsin, raised in Athens, Georgia, and educated in Providence, where he received his BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. Weeks founded his namesake studio in DUMBO in 1996 as an umbrella for his diverse interests, ranging from metal fabrication techniques to contemporary toy culture.

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