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ToyGeek code: DX9-FREEMAN-K1
K1 Freeman stands 7.3 inches tall in robot mode and scales to other figures from DX9 and to other 1:12 scaled figures. DX9 Figures are fully transforamble, offer a high attention to detail, and are highly articulated, with figures made of high quality ABS plastic and some even include die-cast parts.
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4 out of 5 stars overall
September 15, 2020
It is a fun toy. Looks and feels amazing!
The legs are a bit tight and I don't know how to loosen them. I also wish the bird has somewhere to plug into the figure.
October 23, 2017
Great detail, mostly good quality except one of the fingers broke off just taking it out of the box. Not even sure I'll be able to glue it back together because the connection is so small. Something to think about if small but noticeable flaws bother you.
October 11, 2017
Alright, so here's the deal. DX9 Freeman is amazing. plenty of die-cast, feels great, the joints are all solid, and he's way bigger than I thought he was going to be. Everything here screams awesome. HOWEVER, I had him out of the box for about 10 minutes, got him into turret mode, switched back to robot mode and as I was switching back, one of his fingers fell off. Those things are awful. They are on the smallest bits of plastic ever conceived by man and any little movement feels like you're about to snap them off. In fact... one did. I would have been much happier if they had either molded a solid piece hand with minimal articulation or if they made a less accurate, but sturdier finger system. Ultimately, just be careful. Minimal movement is best for this big lug who is otherwise incredibly sturdy. I am considering just super gluing his fingers together into a solid piece.
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