Plucky, adaptable and agile, Trixie is a great choice for short-range, urban deliveries.
2P-1.6F v02 "Nemo"
One of Wrylon's few aquatic models, Nemo was watertight down to 15 atmospheres and could carry up to a dozen blooms. Few were produced as aerial 'bots proved to be more popular with customers.
The asymmetrical design of Fidel's head allowed for the inclusion of incredibly powerful (for the time) optical sensors and his oversized eye gave him extraordinary night vision.
Another asymmetrical design, Slinky featured extendible and highly configurable neck & stem apparatus, ensuring maximum light exposure for its blooms.
A wheeled, high-volume 'bot, Tubbie excelled at long-distance bulk deliveries and did much of his work around Valentine's Day.
Some blooms require extremely specific atmospheric conditions in order to thrive. Domer was equipped with a fully-sealed & pressurized flower compartment and advanced soil recycling systems to keep precious blooms in perfect condition on long-range deliveries.
1P-1F v1b "Broughie"
Broughie was a lightweight, agile flyer with excellent navigational programming but somewhat compromised when it came to actually landing & delivering its cargo. Few were put into active use.
With an extremely large flower containment area, Leda was a perfect choice for sending flowering shrubbery, lichen & mossy plants and high-volume blooms. Originally produced in limited numbers, Leda quickly became a well-used model.
With a fully-sealed bloom compartment and an extendable aeration & filtration system, Abe was well-designed for multiple-environment deliveries. Abes have been known to wade through swamps, cross frozen tundra & ford swollen jungle rivers in order to reach their destinations.
2L-1F v.12 "Shelbie"
One of Wrylon's most-successful 'bots, Shelbies were true workhorses and were a mainstay of the delivery arsenal.