ThreeZero Jumps Into The Voltron License With A 10″ Tall Defender


ThreeZero is moving on from Transformers to another franchise about changing robots. The Chinese toymaker is taking a crack at Voltron: Defender Of The Universe with five lions that combine into the super robot.
The newest focus on Voltron figures is for the robot form to have a greater degree of movement. Voltron is created via five lion bots of various sizes, so there are so many moving pieces. Each of those pieces needs to be somewhat free moving while also sturdy enough to hold up the weight of the entire robot, which has always been an issue since the early 1980s.
Even the newer Voltron toys from 2017-2018 were limited in movement once fully assembled. Unfortunately, the only way to fix this is with more engineering, better materials, and a higher price tag.
ThreeZero‘s Voltron may be $299, but it is more affordable than 5Pro Studio’s $699 version. If you can forgo all the accessories and improved poseability, then ThreeZero is the way to go. Voltron should start shipping out during the third quarter of 2022.

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Accurately simulating its appearance on-screen, ROBO-DOU Voltron is a non-scale, fully-articulated figure standing approximately 27cm (~10.6”) tall in Voltron mode with a remarkable die-cast main frame and an impressive metallic finish to highlight the details of the mecha. Voltron is composed of five Lion mecha, and is able to split into Lion mode, or combine to form Voltron. All five Lion mecha are fully-articulated figures partly adopting zinc alloy and metal parts for the movable joints. Combined, the figure utilizes 124 points of articulation for the total of five machines, with a set of Voltron mode wepons in addition to a unique set of weapons for each Lion.

Out of all the different transforming Voltrons currently on the market, which is the best? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
[Source: ThreeZero]



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