A huge, foot-tall Zord that stands as a toy on its own or can be combined with others in the Megazord set. Morphs from robot to bull Zord and back again. Sturdily built, holding up to daily playtime.
Pricier than other Zords but essential to completing the Gigazord. Stickers tend to curl and peel off easily. Numerous small parts.
Very large and durable, with 5 Ranger figures included that fit into specific compartments. Well balanced, it stands on its own. Exciting features like expanding wings, lights and sounds.
Figure’s cockpits for the 5 included mini-characters are hard to open. Not fully articulated; doesn’t bend at the knees or turn at the waist. Not very colorful. Mini-figures tend to fall apart after some hours of play.
Tops the want list for many preschoolers. Can be combined with other Zord Builder items to make various Megazords. Missile launcher is a nice plus.
Parts can fall off too easily and reattaching may be frustrating for some. Kids will eventually want the other Builder Zords, too.
Colorful and well-built, with the ability to be turned into different types of Zords (although it doesn’t separate into individual Zords).
Limited to a couple of different morphs. No flashing lights or sounds. Lots of small pieces and parts that can get lost.
Combines with any other Zord in the new Builder line of toys. Smooth and steady articulation of arms and legs, and the toy is well-balanced.
Very heavy due to its die-cast construction. Tail isn’t articulated. Very pricey. Some parts seem a little loose, particularly around the torso.
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