Light-Up Adult Space Robot Costumes

Adult Space Robot Costumes

Recently we took a look at a number of Sexy Halloween Costumes, and these Light-Up Adult Space Robot Costumes are definitely attractive enough to fit in there as well. However, while those were all for women, there is one of these for men too. If you’re the type that likes to dress up as a couple, you can be a pair of chic space robots with his & hers matching costumes.

However, what is really geeky I really like about these space costumes is that flashing interactive light up panel on the chest. These don’t just randomly flash like older costumes might have done; these actually respond to voice, movement, and music.

Light-Up Adult Space Robot Costumes

Light Up To Music Robot Costumes

This sexy robot is programmed for fun. The Robot A Bing costume is sound and motion interactive and features a silver stretch lamé dress with quilted detailing, sound and motion, interactive light-up panel that responds to voice, music or movement.

Bot-a-bing with this Robot a Boom! The men’s, Robot A Boom costume includes a silver lamé shirt with quilted trim and hem detail featuring a sound and motion, interactive light-up panel that responds to voice, music and motion.

Lust in Space Sexy Costume

Light Up To Music Space Costume

Out of this world fun is always the case because this girl is lust in space. The two-piece, Lust in Space costume includes a stretch silver lamé dress with hot pink, contrast color trim, quilted hem, mini zipper front, asymmetrical shoulder detail, innovative, sound and motion interactive light-up panel that responds to voice, music or movement and light-up light saber.

Order the Robot A Boom Costume (Men’s Robot) for $51.95, the Robot A Bing Costume (Women’s Robot) for $48.56, or the Light Up To Music Space Costume (Women’s Sexy Space Costume) for $53.95 from Yandy.com.

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Ryan Cooper

About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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