The mighty Quantron stands 28CM/11" tall in combined mode and features five-members where each member can transform into a Sci-Fi style vehicle. Shipped with Quantron are parts to address QC issues with Sonic Drill, Metal Storm, and Celeritas.
Set of 5 Includes:
Blindfire - Sci-Fi Style Space Fighter Jet
- 2 x Fusion-Cannon Graded Rifles
- 2 x Laser-Bladed Swords
Celeritas - Sci-Fi Style Racing Car
- 2 x Fusion-Cannon Graded Rifles
Overheat - Sci-Fi Style Motorcycle
- 2 x Shoulder Missile Launchers
- 1 x Fusion Sniper Rifle
- His 3 weapons combine to form a Giant War Hammer
SonicDrill - Sci-Fi Style Drill Tank
- 2 x PDW
- 1 x Mega Drill
- 4 x Searchlights
MetalStorm - Sci-Fi Style Heavy Bomber
- 2 x Fusion Cannon Graded Rifle
- 2 x Booster Modules
Giant figure not included, shown for size/scale.
"could have been better"
As others have noted, there are joints that don't move as expected, and in some cases were incredibly stiff. Aside from the not-Strafe, the small figures have transformations that are more complex than is appropriate for the size, especially given that the instructions weren't always clear on what moves where and how. Most of the time I spent working through the instructions, I was expecting something to break off. I've got them all back into vehicle mode and packed away in the box, probably to stay. I'm not going to say it was a bad purchase, but if I had it to do over again, I would spend my money elsewhere.
Transform Complexity: 5.0
Mold Precision: 4.5
Gear Joint Accuracy: 3.0
Almost all the large gear joint couldn't rotate to a perpendicular/orthogonal angle.
I can never adjust the gear joints of the 2 thighs of the middle large guy to a symmetrical pos.
Finally I have to take the spring and gear out to make it looks better.
I don't know how this could pass the QA.
Overall Rank: 4.0
"good, but issues"
I want to love this, but I had too many small quality control issues. Several ball joints on heads weren't machined correctly so one is perpetually askew while another two pop off during transformation. The waist articulation on Metal Storm, the main figure, is off so that it never clicks into place centered, making the transformation to jet mode difficult as spots won't stay pegged in. A few parts on two of the figures have issues sliding into place, and a big concern with the Overheat figure is that a rotating piece is made of soft plastic but requires decent force to move it which will create problems with continued use. If this figure wasn't $400 I wouldn't mind, but it is, and if I'm going to pay that kind of money at least 1 out of the 5 figures should be issue free. Also be aware that the limb figures are on the small side, just shy of the deluxe line, but larger than the legend class
"My face hurts"
Because I can't stop smiling when I look at Quantron. Seriously, the pictures do not do this behemoth justice. You have to have it in front of you. Another amazing feat of engineering from Maketoys. I will say, transforming to combined mode (DANG YOU CELERITAS) was frightening the first time, but be patient because the end result is nothing less than mindboggingly beautiful.
A mint box generally has no noticeable flaws. This doesn't mean it is a C10 box, but that it doesn't have any significant damage to the box. It still may have wear to the window, and a small amount of wear to the box that is noticeable upon close inspection.
A C9 box is still considered very displayable and may have a kink, ding, minor fray to an edge, etc. The box is still case fresh and unopened with factory sealed tape on both sides.
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