Fisher-Price Imaginext Mega T-Rex
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- The Mega T-Rex has motorized action, sound effects and removable armor for added play
- Push the button to make his neck swing and jaw open while roaring like a real dinosaur
- An activation disk on his back will enable the figure to open the pods door
- Includes a helmet, rear control pod and two projectile launchers
- Also comes with extended tech arms that have large mechanical claws
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Fisher-Price Imaginext Mega T-Rex
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Imagine…you hear a loud dino roar. But its not just any old roar. It’s a Mega T-Rex “RRRROAR!”. He’s ready for battle with an armor pack loaded with a figure control station, tech arms and projectile launchers!! His arms and neck move and his jaw opens—all with the push of a button. Includes T-Rex, dino armor pack with cockpit, dino headpiece, figure and figure helmet, 2 launchers and 2 projectiles. Includes 3AA (R6) 1,5V batteries
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This was perfect!
When the button is pressed down, the entire head, neck and tail activate at multiple joints for a fluid, animated, audio representation of a dinosaur. He loves it!
So many moving parts, more than anticipated..!
Our son generally breaks things with moving parts on day one; This has held up beautifully to his rough-handling and frequent destructive terrible-twos episodes.
The toy itself is not very well balanced; The weight of the mechanics in the head and neck require him/it to be standing at an angle, leaning forward - with or without his attachments - or it falls on its face. 2 y/o doesnt mind this slight annoyance one bit, tho, as long as mommy/daddy/sister are around to put it back on its feet.
The attachment assembly for the little guys chair on its its back, as far as I could tell, never did stay on by itself... Consider, though, that the kids had a good hour on Christmas Morning before they woke us up to decimate whatever Santa left under the tree... Hubby tried to fix it, broke the hinge off... Bad Hubby!
Our basset hounds had a blast chewing up the little orange projectile missiles...
Our little monkey (2 y/o) really didnt care for the attachments so their environmentally assured destruction has taken nothing at all from his complete enjoyment of this toy!
If there is a problem with him, and he loses a star for this, it's that he is not very articulated. The other imaginext toys are either, but something about the electronic part of this guy seems to make it worse. So much of him, the neck, arms, mouth, are all controlled exclusively by electronics and are not really pose-able.
Another thing to keep in mind, though it doesn't get knocked for this, is that our two year old daughter does NOT like this toy. Whenever our 1yr old makes it roar she kind of backs away from him. We try to show her that it's not dangerous, and show her our son kissing it, but she just won't warm up to him. This is just something to keep in mind and you could find out if this will be a problem for you because they have it in most retail stores. Just show it to your kids there and gauge their reactions.
Overall a great purchase for our kids small but growing imaginext collection, I would definitively buy it again.