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A quick and easy build! I couldn't stop smiling the entire time I was putting him together. Def ...
A must have for any Haro fan. It’s a fun build that is not too difficult.
Fun. It's Fun. Nice and Fun. F-U-N.
I really enjoyed working on this one. It was simple in concept, detailed in execution, and just a lo ...
Alright, we're getting closer to the goal of full-sized Haro models here! We started with the mini Haros, and now this one is about 3 times the size, clocking in at about 3.15 inches in diameter upon completion! There's very nice mechanical detail on the inside, and you can even choose between solid or translucent armor colors!
This is absolutely incredible. We had no idea we needed this until right now. They've gone and made HaroPla even better! They didn't even fall into the same pit of the Petitgguy names by calling this ... (learn more)
About 2 years ago, somewhere in Bandai HQ they put 2 dart boards next to each other. One has a combination of nouns and adjectives, and the other has colors. Once every couple months, they spin around... (learn more)
These kits are similar to the Petit'gguys in that they're small, adorable, and easy to collect. They're different in that they're Haro and they have inner mechanical details similar to the Figure-rise... (learn more)
We love this!! There has been a perpetual shortage of Haro-related merchandise ever since Bandai stopped manufacturing those multi-boxes in the early 2010's. But now we're okay again!!
These kits a... (learn more)
From the creator of Dragon Ball comes the android girl Arale from the TV and Manga series “Dr. Slump!” This Figure-rise Mechanics version allows you to build Arale’s internal components and disp... (learn more)
What does the inside of Doraemon look like? For all the people who grew up with Doraemon, Bandai Hobby is introducing Doraemon and friends to the Figure-rise Mechanics series! Coming first to the seri... (learn more)
Look out everyone, it's getting FANCY in here! You know the usual drill: event exclusive model kit gets version cast in clear plastic with two-tone box art, right? WRONG! This clear version of Optimus... (learn more)
The new Labor, equipped with an HOS. Presenting a 1/60th scale AV-X0 Type Zero!
From the anime series "Mobile Police Patlabor" comes a 1/60 scale plastic model kit of the AV-X0 Type Zero! The robot... (learn more)
Absolute joy to build!
This kit brings a smile to my face every time I look at it. First Haro kit for me after wanting to build one for quite awhile. Nice break from the Master grade slog I have put myself in. Quality was great, design is surprisingly sophisticated but not challenging. I will say I bought mine without the lights and regret it so don’t skip the led option. You don’t need them by any means but they will definitely compete this kit.
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Fun. It's Fun. Nice and Fun. F-U-N.
I really enjoyed working on this one. It was simple in concept, detailed in execution, and just a lot of fun to put together and mess around with. It would have been amazing if they worked the opening "mouth" keyboard in somehow but I can understand why they didn't. The battery holder can be a bit difficult to remove, even when it's empty, but that can probably be fixed by sanding down the sides a little. Take care when swapping the outer shell pieces, as I've heard some of them can be rather delicate. Thankfully nothing broke on mine, but I recommend being slow and careful with everything on this little guy. And if you want to try a neat trick, get some tungsten weights from pinewood derby cards to add to the bottom inside of the model. If you position them just right, your Haro will alway orient upwards, no matter how much it rolls around!
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The lovable mascot from the Gundam series appears in new mechanic themed form! Designed with a rich mechanical internal skeleton, Haro features pull out arms and legs to recreate its poses in various Gundam shows. Its eyes are articulated and can express normal, angry, or sad faces! Also compatible with sold separately white LED lighting set to illuminate eyes! Solid and clear body parts, display base, Runner x 6, stickers, instruction manual.