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U-Repair WALL•E

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Don't take apart everything...

Even though the figure can be separated into 20 parts, I would strongly recommend that you do not disconnect the ball-&-socket head/neck joint, or the two compartment doors. There are small joints in all three cases, and I'm afraid that if a kid is too careless with them, they'll break when being taken off or put back on!

Also, regarding the cords along the back of his head- if you want the eyes to be level rather than kinda sad lookin' all the time, just press up on the cords, and they'll stick there for the most part; then you can push the eyes upwards, and they'll stay put.
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 22 September, 2008 - 02:16
An early present...?

If I'd had my 26yr-old head screwed on straight, I'd've posted this today on my birthday as a present to y'all rather than yesterday. Or maybe a Super Sentai review, or another Transformer...

(*d-ohh!*)

Oh, well. ^_^
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 23 September, 2008 - 04:07
Happy

Happy Birthday!

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Posted by JoshB on 23 September, 2008 - 13:52
Wall-E

First of all, Happy Birthday EVA_Unit_4A!

About the toy, nice review. I'm not so much a fan of the Wall-E design, but it's possible I might get into it more eventually; I hear the movie is awesome, so maybe it will change my mind.

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Posted by Gareth Infinity on 23 September, 2008 - 14:27
Short Circut Revisited

Not as smart though little Wall-e, But fast and the harder working robot for sure. I just can't get past how similar to Short Circuit he is. Except color!
Those locals kick your face into outer space! hehe
Great little toy must say and nice price.

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Posted by Rossco on 25 September, 2008 - 23:02
Actually, because I've

Actually, because I've never seen "Short Circuit" before- or it's been so long since I saw it- I forgot to mention that similarity.

. . .

Something else that I don't think I stressed enough was that there's another figure out there that you can disassemble- Construct-A-Bot WALL-E. That one was held together by magnets at all the joints, and I steered clear of it because of that. the tractor-treads, also, couldn't be taken apart, and instead had little gray wheels underneath rather than rubber treads. It's nearly identical in shape and size to U-Repair here, and there's a companion Construct-A-Bot EVE figure as well that's made along the same lines.

. . .

Speaking of companion, I found a few more figures that I'm interested in getting-

Search 'N Protect EVE
Clean 'N Go M-O

I'm shooting for the EVE figure now, but I need to do some more research on the M-O figure before I commit.

...anyone here signed-up with DisneyShopping.com, or have a Disney Store in their local mall that might still carry either one? ^_^;
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 26 September, 2008 - 00:15
 
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