A model construction kit of the Pip-Boy 2000 Mark VI, manufactured in association with both RobCo Industries and the Vault-Tec Corporation. According to the box, the kit has no electronic parts, though otherwise is a full-size model.
Hard work is happy work
Assemble your model of the future - today!
Learn the principles of RobCo's Pip-Boy construction and the mechanics in an interesting and interactive way. Follow the practical, enjoyable and fully-explained steps, which any girl or boy can perform many times with this highly detailed kit.
THIS KIT IS EXTREMELY SAFE WITH NO ELECTRONIC PARTS
FUN EASY FULL SIZE
Pip-Boy 2000 MkVI Kit
IT'S A MODEL OF THE REAL THING
Our future begins
RobCo for Vault-Tec, Vernon Square, Washington, D.C.
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Found in the restricted section of Vault-Tec University, underneath the Vault training center.
- Trade Secrets: Penelope Hornwright needs this kit to construct a mobile terminal to allow the the Motherlode to be free to move to break into Vault 79.
Behind the scenes
A real world Pip-Boy 2000 Mark VI kit was produced by The Wand Company. It consists of a model kit with over 150 parts and in-universe instructions. The completed model is 1:1 scale, wearable, and has moving buttons and knobs, but has no electronic functionality.
- Full text on the kit
- Vault Dweller: "The Motherlode can only go to specific places or beacons, so how do we work around that?"
Penelope Hornwright: "Hmm, well, I'll need a Pip-Boy for a mobile terminal. Not yours, don't worry. I'll need a full construction kit so I can add some extra circuitry. Also, I'll need something I consulted on years ago. A circuitry schematic that could've changed everything, if we hadn't blown ourselves up."[verification needed]
- The Wand Company Pip-Boy kit (archived here)
- Bethesda gear store (archived here)