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NECA Robocop ED-209 Boxed Action Figure with Sound

by NECA

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  • 10 Inch Tall
  • Push button Sound
  • Phrases from the movie
  • Fully articulated
  • Extending Legs
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NECA Robocop ED-209 Boxed Action Figure with Sound + Neca Robocop - Spring-Loaded Holster Robocop Action Figure + RoboCop (Unrated Director's Cut) [Blu-ray]
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00DJ4LYVS
  • Item model number: 42055
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,982 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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Product Description

One of the most eagerly anticipated action figures of all time has arrived, standing nearly 10" tall and totally in movie accurate scale with the 7" Robocop figures (sold separately) comes the Enforcement Droid 209 Series. ED-209 is fully poseable and features incredible detail. Features include, articulated head, legs that slide up and down, hinged arm wing panels, poseable cannon arms and pop-out rocket launcher on the right arm. Also features movie accurate sound effects and dialogue - press a button and hear the hydraulic machinery sounds, the guttural metal growls, "Warning, Throw Down Your Weapon, You Have 15 seconds to comply" and more! This is a massive figure and finally provides a worthy opponent for Robocop. Comes in deluxe closed box packaging featuring original illustrations and product photography highlighting key action features.

Customer Reviews

Its a great looking figure...big and very detailed.
W. Mann
I am an adult, and was very cautious and delicate with the leg when the tab snapped right off.
CIVILIAN CONSUMER
The paint job on this toy is outstanding, but it's just a bit too blue.
Drad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Color on February 4, 2014
There have been varying opinions on this figure, so I thought I'd chime in with a comprehensive review. I feel that NECA had the opportunity to create one of their greatest products ever with this figure, but has unfortunately fallen a bit short. Here's the rundown of the toy's attributes, from best to worst:

Sculpt, paint, and presentation: The ED-209 comes in a box with terrific artwork, and once you open it, you feel like you've got a winner on your hands. NECA did a great job of replicating the ED-209 down to its smallest details, and made sure the paint quality matched to boot. There's a few paint nicks here and there, but overall, this thing looks terrific. My favorite details are the wiring around the arm/gun joints, which are made of a soft material. If you're using this solely as a display piece, you'll be very pleased.

Articulation: here's where the figure starts to get a bit perplexing. Most of the movement that you see in the film is wonderfully replicated. The arm joints are fully articulated, and the flaps above them flip up, allowing a full range of movement. The right arm features an articulated missile launcher that can be set to "deployed" mode. The leg pistons do function and are heavily racheted - some may be turned off by the noise they make and how stiff they are as you move them, but it's really a necessity to prevent this part from getting loose under the weight of the body. The upper body turns and the hips move, as expected, and there's also swivel joints at the legs to move the legs inward and outward. Despite all this great articulation, there's a few points that are missing. The black flexible joints at the hips and waist don't crunch like they do in the film. These parts are not made of rubber, they're just plastic.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By CIVILIAN CONSUMER on January 24, 2014
Looks-wise, this figure is great. Just don't breath too hard at it. I don't know if it's just me, but my ED-209 is
EXTREMELY fragile. I broke one of the leg tabs on my second attempt. The first attempt was increasing the figure's height,
and the second was bringing the height back down. Literally 5 min after carefully opening the box. I am an adult, and was
very cautious and delicate with the leg when the tab snapped right off. I own hardly anything NECA, my only other figure
was Robocop, who I had bought last November in anticipation of this figure. When I opened Robocop both of his leg pistons
were snapped off!. I've owned my McFarlane Robocop for years with no issues whatsoever. Anyways, I understand these are adult collectibles and expect some fragility, but this is over the top. I placed my pre-order back in August with an October release date that was pushed back until late January.Combine the missed deadlines with an easily broken toy, awful muddled barely audible sound feature, and I will probably pass buying NECA merchandise in the future.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Beckmen on January 21, 2014
It's ED-209, and it looks great. That alone was enough to get me to pre-order it. It seems to be based on the Phil Tippet stop-motion model, not the full-size prop. It has a smoother, more rounded dome...I believe the prop had a slight more boxey and wide one.

However, with the 60 dollar price tag, I ended up somewhat disappointed. Flaws that were brought to my attention...

The speaker installed in it is awful. Had NECA spent like a dollar more on parts, the sound and voice function would be passable. As it stands, you can barely hear what is supposed to be happening. Kenner/Hasbro can manage better sound quality than this.

The color of most of the figure is kind of a gunmetal blue, a shiny grayish blue. However, in the movie it is simply a flat gray. I don't know what's so difficult about that. Also, there are some areas that are missing detail. Most notably the "crotch" area, and the "buttocks".

The whole thing is made out of a cheap-feeling plastic. It seems very crackable. One took tumble from a shelf and you might be looking at a broken piece. Other reviews have complained about broken pieces, so it seems to be a production issue.

The articulation is lacking. The swivel joint the body attaches to the legs only allows a few degrees of movement. The toes aren't articulated at all (Phil Tippet would not approve), the shoulder joint is swivel only, limited how you can position the guns.

The missile launcher doesn't fold out all the way. In mine, you can only fold it out barely enough for one missile to be visible.

All of these complaints could easily be excused if the price was lower. "You get what you pay for.". But this is a toy that costs three times as much as the 7-inch scale figures it is designed alongside.
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Length: 2:24 Mins
Please see my video on how great this ED-209 looks.

First of all, I am a huge Robocop fan and I used to collect various figures and diecast cars, so I am very picky on both aspects when it comes to accuracy and detail.

I ended up selling all my figures because I needed space and money for more important things, as well as thinking I'm too old to be collecting "toys".

Well, Robocop was a childhood movie of mine (I still have the Kenner Robocop and ED209), as violent as the film was (It seems parents were more lenient back... hey, I turned out ok? haha), and I loved the film even more as an adult (when I watched it as a kid, I had no idea of the "twist" about Directive 4; seeing it as an adult, I thought, 'Wow, that's really clever!' as well as getting all the dialogues and satire like 6000 SUX - An American Tradition... with 8.2 MPG" the film is just loaded with golden material! That's why the film is so special and not just a robot super hero or power ranger shooting bad guys.

Robocop is just a perfect, timeless classic film - cast, acting (everyone's acting is just excellent!), memorable one-liners, stop motion (I'm so glad CG was not around then), robocop design, music, satire, everything is just spot on and is relevant no matter what time we live in. Nothing can out-do this film. I haven't seen the new Robocop remake yet, but it is destined to fail because the original set the bar so high. (I'm sure it will be better than Robocop 3! Nothing can be as worse as Ninjas and Flying Jetpacks - what the hell were thinking?! They obviously weren't thinking... or just thinking about pleasing kids and selling ninja and jetpack toys)

I love the original Robocop movie.
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