There are several different models available. They have available train, tanks, and helicopters as well as the transforming ones and some with motors. I chose to review one of the transforming ones.
It comes in a box with over 600 parts. Most of the parts are small little nuts and bolts. All the different parts are made of metal. Be prepared to spend several nights building out the model.
You start by building out individual components.
These then get put together to make bigger pieces.
Which in turn make even bigger pieces. This picture is the waste down to the feet.
In the end, you get the whole figure together, eventually.
My thoughts on the whole build process. This was very reminiscent of some toys I had growing up. My nine year old helped build out the model. He enjoyed playing with it more when it was done then the actual building. It took several weeknights to put together. It is slow going to make sure you have the right length screws and angles right when connecting pieces. Do not try to do it all in one sitting, you'll go a little stir crazy. My biggest disappointment of the build was the car and robot are separate builds, you have to take one fully apart to build the other. It isn't truly a transforming robot, though it certainly looks like one. Overall, it was still fun to do though took way longer than expected to build. Whether or not your child will like depends on their ability to sit still and build versus just play.
And, now for the giveaway... It is for the same model kit that I built. You have through 11:59 pm EDT on 10/9/16 to enter. It is open to US residents who are 18+ only. Good luck. Void where prohibited.
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