Saturday, May 11, 2013
The mask is well sculpted and weathered. You can attach the mask to the Predator’s face by removing all the mandibles.
The figure’s head rotates very well. Due to the design of the muscle body, the elbow joints only allow a 90 degree bend.
Hot Toys named the left above as projectile net cowling. But I don't remember seeing it appeared in the movie. The right above is bone pouch and it is a nice accessory added to the figure.
The only plus point about the shoulder cannon is you can pose it in any direction you want.
As usual, the medical kit is attached to the back of the figure.
The throwing disc is extendable and this is the weapon Harrigan used to kill the City Hunter Predator in the film.
As the front end of the metal blades is sharp, you have to take extreme care when sliding the blades in and out of the gauntlet.
The throwing disc fits very well in the specific hand as shown above.
No problem for the figure to hold various poses as it has very tight joints. The figure definitely can stand on its own without using a display base.
The spear also can be extended. The Predator looks really cool when holding it.
As the body is solid made, this figure is heavier than other 1/6 scale figures.
The red LED light of the mask is bright. For light up function, you have to connect the wire from the mask to the socket at the back of the figure. You may see the packaging here and read my next review here.