New Zeus Mecha Heavy Firepower Model

Collectible Figure by Joytoy 1:18 Scale Mecha and Pilot - Battle for the Stars

$179

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Joytoy New Zeus Mecha Heavy Firepower Model Collectible Figure

About This Collectible Figure

Sideshow and JoyToy are proud to present the New Zeus Mecha Heavy Firepower Model Collectible Figure. This figure features a 1:18 scale mecha and pilot combo, perfect for simple posing or enacting scenes of gripping battle! The collectible figure features a number of weapons for the mecha, including a scoped rifle and chainsaw swords both of which can be hed or mounted onto the back of the frame, making this New Zeus Mecha a veritable one machine army whether it chooses to engage from up close or at range! The mecha also features shoulder-mounted firepower in both rifle and rotary-machine gun forms. This mecha definitely lives up to its namesake in bringing the thunder!

The pilot is no slouch either, coming with holdable weapon options for him as well, including both a rifle and pistol options!

JoyToy's original series Battle for the Stars is a line of 1:18 scale, science fiction-themed action figures, and vehicles. The figures are made with exquisite detail and are highly posable to create a variety of scenes.

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Brand
Battle for the Stars
Manufacturer
Joytoy
Type
Figure Collectible Figure
Genre
Sci-fi Action Adventure

Additional Details & Dimensions

Materials
Product Size
Height: 12.59" (32 cm) *

Box Size
Height: 6.50" (16.5 cm)
Width: 10.00" (25.4 cm)
Depth: 15.50" (39.4 cm) *

Shipping Weight
4.00 lbs (1.8 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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SKU
910978
UPC
6973130372580

Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

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