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ToyGeek code: UTW02-WAR-RHINO
Unique Toys UT-W02 War Rhino Ironhead figure combines with 4 other figures (Sold separately) to form their mighty War Lord Combiner! Combined together this Deluxe scaled combiner will tower over its foes standing an impressive 13" Tall in combiner mode.
UT-W02 War Rhino Ironhead stands 5 inches tall in robot mode and scales to other figures from Unique Toys and to other Deluxe scaled figures. Unique Toys Figures are fully transformable, 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
August 07, 2018
War Rhino could best be described as "the middle quality" of the entire War Lord set. Not as low as War Leo and War Hawk, but not as good as War Bison and War Panther. It's basically good.
The figure's robot mode is solid, if a bit bland. It has tight, solid joints that can hold most poses. Its only real downside are its arms, which have limited shoulder articulation and are prone to coming apart due to the transformation engineering.
Rhino Mode is the figure's weak point. While favorably comparable to War Bison's Bison mode, the overall shape is visibly skinny and less imposing. It does pose well regardless.
The Leg mode is also as solid as War Bison's. It holds together very well.
Overall, you'll need it to form War Lord. The figure is good enough to buy on its own, but don't expect anything amazing from it.
Bossier city, LA
March 02, 2014
ironhead is wonderful
pros: balljoints in high stress places; good quality plastic; fairly easily transformation
cons: a couple exta twisty parts the instructions dont mention; the peg that connects the main body to form predaking is EXTREMELY TIGHT; the first time you may have to use a tool of some sort to get it out(the same peg is equally tight for savagebull too)
North aurora, IL
June 07, 2013
I got this part of War Lord as a gift for my birthday. It just arrived today so I got to mess with it a little and see how it all fit together.
Like Warhawk, the plastic feels solid and well put together. And our feedback was heard by Unique Toys as they VASTLY improved the way these guys are packaged so no paint is scrapped during transport. Good job UT.
For for Robot Mode: The only weakness in the mold is the arms. They have limited articulation/posability due to the fact that the shoulders and animal legs are all bunched into one place. It takes some creativity to get a good pose out of the arms. The legs have decent articulation and are on par with Warhawk.
Beast Mode: It was a bit tricky to get the legs from robot mode into place as everything was super tight on the first transformation. That part was a bit scary as I thought I would break it. But the plastic is sturdy and held it's own quite well. The giant foot for the combined mode is HUGE and can attach to IronHead in this form and looks really cool. And yes they DO light up! Fantastic!
Leg mode: The leg mode was simple to get into from Beast Mode. The foot piece has a strong ratchet joint for leaning forward BUT not one for leaning sideways as it's only held by friction. This does raise some worry about the feet spreading apart in the combined mode. I hope UT addresses this with either a new foot in future releases or with REALLY strong hip ratchets in the center body mass of their not-Razerclaw.
Given it only has two weaknesses with everything included, I give it 4 instead of my usual 5. Thus far, I think this set is totally worth it.
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