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Avatar Na'vi Neytiri Action Figure

by Mattel

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  • Na?vi creatures from James Cameron?s new film Avatar
  • Accented with glow-in-the-dark bioluminescence
  • 4.25-inch Action Figure
  • Comes with a unique weapon or accessory
  • Includes exclusive character specific i-Tag to bring the battle scenes to 3-D life.
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2.3 x 8.5 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002LE8KQO
  • Item model number: T3891
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,854 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Avatar Action Figure

From the Manufacturer

Na’vi Figures: In the land of Pandora, everything organic glows in the dark inducing the wild and fierce Na’vi creatures. Includes the most prominent Na’vi creatures from James Cameron’s new film Avatar. Accented with glow-in-the-dark bioluminescence. Each 4.25-inch figure comes with a unique weapon or accessory and exclusive character specific i-Tag to bring the battle scenes to 3-D life.

Customer Reviews

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Wayfinder
Excellent job by Mattel in recreating the Neytiri character from the Avatar Movie.
P. J. Whitfield
The figure's head and face are too small for the body (tiny, human eyes).
Wearbe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Wearbe on December 24, 2009
Why I am qualified to speak: I have been collecting action figures since the first Star Wars figures back in the 1970s. I have thousands of 1:18 action figures (literally THOUSANDS).

I Paid $[...] for this figure (movie pre-release sale [...]) and feel that it is about $2 over-priced. I see that they are now $[...] to $[...] at various stores and that price is way over the value mark. Pick this up at $5 or less when they go on clearance (I can't imagine people will buy tons of these at $10 a pop).

It appears that this character is released in the same quantities as all of the other characters and is not short packed, ALTHOUGH, some stores received different types of cases with different contents. I saw a freshly stocked endcap at Wal-mart and all characters had at least 4 representatives. Neytiri had 6, Na'vi Jake had more than 10.

The good:
-Pretty 2-tone paint scheme. You can't tell it is Neytiri, but you can tell it is Na'vi and female.
-The arms are jointed at the elbows. As thin as the arms are, it is nice to see them get elbow joints instead of the stiff, one-piece arms many female characters get (Uhura).
-The loin cloth has the loop for the tail (Cute detail).
-This figure will stand out in any 1:18 collection and is the best of the Na'vi bunch.

The bad:

SCALE:
-I wish all the various companies would settle on a standard 1:18 scale for their figures and then honor that scale with acute attention to detail. This figure stands almost eye to eye with GI Joe Heavy Duty (just a bit taller). And the Na'vi characters are not nearly tall enough to be on scale with the AVATAR human figures, either. She is tall but not tall enough.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By E. Roberts on December 22, 2009
Neytiri was my favorite character in the movie, so she was among the first Avatar toys I bought. Of course, it didn't look much like her, but that's because Neytiri is 10 feet tall in the movie.

Pros: I've got to say that she is very detailed: her hair and bracelets and feathers are very intricately sculpted. Almost every joint is articulated two or three different ways, meaning she is very poseable.

Cons: The tiny articulated joints feel easy to break. Her tail doesn't turn, so it gets in the way when I try to make her sit on the Navi banshee creature. I almost broke her tail off because I thought it did turn (everything else is articulated). The loincloth gets in the way, too. I spent a long time trying to pose her on the banshee, but no success. Also, she does not have the Bio-Lume glow in the dark spots advertized on the website. At the i-Tag site, it says that version of the figure is "coming soon." It is also quite expensive for its size (maybe that's because of the i-Tag).

I can't review the i-Tag part because I don't have a webcam and cannot use it. It looks pretty cool, though.

The final word: This figure is probably best for adult collectors, because it doesn't seem tough enough for kids to play with.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex on February 20, 2010
I adore these little Na'vi action figures and own a bunch of them, but Neytiri is unfortunately my least favorite. Either I received a deformed unit, or Mattel decided to put all of their efforts into the other figures and put Neytiri together as an afterthought.

Her arms are bizarrely bulbous, as is her head. In fact, the piece that forms her hair doesn't properly match up with her face. One of her feet is twisted inward, which makes it nigh impossible to stand her up, and though she has a neck joint, you can't turn her head because her hair and feather necklace get in the way. Her bow and arrow are the flimsiest of all the Na'vi figures' weapons.

And finally: she looks nothing like Neytiri. She looks vaguely female and vaguely disgruntled, but that's about it.

If you have to have Neytiri for your collection, get this. But if you're just hoping for one nice little action figure, I'd suggest checking out Jake, Norm, Tsu'Tey, or pretty much anyone else.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. E. Terry on June 7, 2010
I got this for Christmas as my family knows there are some Action Figures I do go out of my way to collect. I hadn't planned on picking up any of the Avatar Figures due to the quality of the figures from looking at their packaging.

It's about on par with what you can expect of toys and actions based off of movies where they whip them out and jack up the prices to pull in the Collectors and cash in on the latest Movie Craze.

I let my 3 yr old play with this figure as I thought that would be alright... the figure isn't durable. The right leg pops off no matter how careful you are. And there is metal in the figure for the joints, so yeah, becareful of any wearing out.

I was inclined to think a manufacturing defect with Neytiri as my Jake figure is fine and withholds to my toddler's play with him and moving the limbs the same way. But after other reviews, it may just be the figures overall.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gary K. McCormick VINE VOICE on February 9, 2010
Maybe only an archer would notice this: The left hand is articulated to draw the bowcord with the palm in, as human archers do - but the Na'vi all drew their bows with the palm out.
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