The Bat

Collectible Set by Hot Toys

MMS Compact Series

Hot Toys

$689.99

Limit of 1 per person.

About This Collectible Set

To celebrate Batman's 75th anniversary, Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are proud to introduce the 1/12th scale The Bat Collectible Set. As part of Hot Toys' new MMS Compact Series, The Bat is highly detailed and specially crafted based on the film,The Dark Knight Rises.Featuring a finely sculpted aircraft structure, remote controlled LED lights, spinning propeller functions, and a 1/12th scale Batman Collectible Figure. Batman fans don't miss your chance to catch this remarkable collectible set!

What's in the Box?

The 1/12th scale The Bat Collectible Set specially features:

  • Authentically detailed 1/12th scale The Bat in The Dark Knight Rises
  • Approximately 75cm L x 41.5cm W x 26.3cm H
  • Six (6) front LED lights
  • Six (6) LED lights in the middle of aircraft
  • Two (2) LED light up back engines
  • Functional cockpit door
  • Two (2) seaters
  • Moveable front dual rotors
  • Rotatable underside propellers
  • Articulated flaps at the back
  • Two (2) machine guns
  • Two (2) side panel rocket launchers 
  • Remote control for LED light-up and propellers spinning functions

1/12th scale Collectible Figure:

  • One (1) Batman Collectible Figure

Accessory:

  • One (1) set of collectible stands for The Bat

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 10.5" (266.7 mm) | Width: 16.5" (419.1 mm) | Depth: 29.5" (749.3 mm) | *
Box Size
Height: 16.00" (406.4 mm) | Width: 23.00" (584.2 mm) | Depth: 34.00" (863.6 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight
55.00 lbs (24.95 kg) [Intl. 91.00 lbs (41.28 kg)] *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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SKU
902213
UPC
4897011176000

(TM) & (c) DC Comics. (TM) & (c) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (s14) (c) 2014 Hot Toys Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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