Max Steel Battle Pack Max Steel vs. Earth Elementor

from Mattel


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  • Max Steel Boomerang Blast Max Steel
  • Max Steel Mega Drill Max Steel
  • Max Steel Metal Elementor
  • Turbo Morph Max Steel
  • Max Steel
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  • Max Steel Blade Attack Dredd
  • Max Steel Ultra Blast Max Steel
  • Max Steel Deluxe Electronic Turbo Battlers


  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

  • 3 Cell batteries required
    TTPM Is Always On With


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

Max Steel is about a typical high school sophomore named Max McGrath who suddenly develops an ability to generate turbo energy. When he combines with the alien life form named Steel, he becomes superhero Max Steel, battling the forces of evil to save the planet. And kids can play out those battles with the Max Steel Battle Pack Max Steel vs. Earth Elementor, one of his many alien foes. Max uses his turbo sword to take out Earth Elementor. To play, raise Max's sword over his head and watch it light up. With one chop, Max's sword can take off one of Earth Elementor's arms. But a push on the lever raises Earth Elementor's other arm for battle. Push down on the figure's head to fire three projectiles. Each figure is between six and seven inches tall, which makes them a great size for kids' hands and active play.

Is It Fun?

This figure set lets kids recreate battles from the show between Max Steel and Earth Elementor or imagine all-new action-packed battles. Who will win? That's up to kids' imaginations. The arm-chopping action is entertaining, and these will inspire lots of imaginative play with these characters.

Who It’s For

The Max Steel Battle Pack Max Steel vs. Earth Elementor is for Max Steel fans ages 4 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Three button cell batteries are included for the in-store try-me purposes. It's recommended that you replace them before you play for best results.

The Max figure doesn't really stand on its own. Kids will probably need to use two hands to hold the figure up while they play.