The figure is plastic with a few metal riots for easier moves. It has a cool, silver metallic paint job on claws and head on the Dino as well as blue metallic paint on the warrior’s head and chest plate. It comes in a detailed box which would be great for display for collectors who may want to keep it in the package.
There are other figures in the series that can be purchased separately including Bumblebee, Barricade, and Decepticon Berserker, but let’s face it; nothing is cooler than a dinosaur or Dinobot.
A frustrated child may need help from a patient parent when when transforming the figure, at least the first few times. It really is more like a puzzle than anything else.
One element of the new Transformers line we really like is that there are many options at different levels of difficulty when it comes to the transforming, so there are lots of choices for people of different interests or skill levels.
Incredibles 2 Power Couple Mr Incredible and Elastigirl
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Jurassic World Indoraptor