From the Red Titan Universe comes this Target exclusive, transformable mini-robot. The Ryan’s World Micro Mecha Titan is Combo Panda inspired and can interchange parts with the Mega Mecha Titan Robot bringing even more play. It features an epic Ryan’s World surprise unboxing experience fans know and love including: blind bag micro figures, and includes lots of extra play value! The tank section is detachable and can be interchanged with the Mega Mecha Titan (sold separately).
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Estimated ship dimensions: 10.05 inches length x 8.21 inches width x 6.28 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 1.53 pounds
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This item must be returned within 90 days of the date it was purchased in store, shipped, delivered by a Shipt shopper, or made ready for pickup.
Macha titan will use in two types. Macha titans have one full figure that comes inside the titan. It has two parts of toys that can play separately. The top part of the toy has tank chain wheels that are made from rubber. another bottom part of the toy looks similar to a transformer. However, the leg of that toy is fixed and does not move or adjust much which restricts the kid from pretending it is like a transformer. It does not have many things to do with it. It does not have music or other things to do it. It is better to add more features to make kids happy.
Cute and fun! First off it’s easy to get out of the package! Yay for that! My kids were excited to see what the mystery figures were. It comes apart and the top rolls when you pull it back. It is easy to put back together.
I got this about a month ago when I was looking for a gift for my son. The toy has mystery bag so if your kids like mystery bags toy then they will like this one. The toy turn into a tank but it take a little bit of force to change a toy into tank. So little kids may need some help do it
My kids absolutely loved the Mini Mecha Titan. They loved the pull and release wheels, and loved taking the top part off the legs to play with it separately. That piece simply twists off, but to put it back on you sort of have to push and twist. My 6 year old figured it out right away, and my 4 year old got it down after a couple tries. However my parents could not figure it out. If the kids needed help with it they had to have me do it or help each other. It’s a great toy for any Ryan’s World fan and my kids played with it happily for quite awhile-just don’t expect grandma to be able to help them reassemble it.
It is hard to rate this higher since my children lost interest in this toy very quickly. The toy itself is built well, was stepped on and played with pretty rough initially and it held up just fine. It came with characters and they fit. The detachable cockpit is a cool feature that the kids liked the most, but it doesn’t do anything further. There’s no sound, or action feature. When I asked my five year old what he felt about it, he said it was “OK.” If this brand is something your children are into, I think they will like it!
Eh. It’s a fun toy and the boys love that it has the detachable tank piece but definitely not their favorite. They played with it for about half an hour and have maybe played with it once since. Not the first toy they reach for but they will incorporate it with other toys when playing. With the way the tank snaps in and out, I won’t be surprised if that part breaks sooner rather than later if they do start playing with it more.
My son is a fan of anything Ryan’s World, and he absolutely loves the Mini Mecha Titan Robot. He loves playing with the robot, but his favorite is detaching the tank and watching it take off. He was super excited to find the wrapped surprise of the micro figurines and plays with this robot for hours. I definitely plan to purchase more tanks for his upcoming birthday.
I surprised my kids with this toy. They are super huge Ryan's World Fans. I had them play with this toy for ten minutes and then asked their opinions...I asked them each to tell me one thing they liked about it and one thing they didn't. My five-year-old son said that he liked moving the jet part after he took it off and loved playing "Robot Ryan." He said, "I loved it. The whole thing," when I asked him to tell me something he didn't like, LOL. My seven-year-old daughter told me she liked that there was a cool mystery bag and liked the mystery characters, but she didn't like that when you took the robot apart it was difficult to put back together. Overall, they enjoyed this toy. It has been added to their collection of other Ryan's World toys.
My 6 & 7 year old boys are having fun with this “sort-of” transformer. They thought it was pretty cool that a YouTuber kid had products coming out. It doesn’t do that much or make noise the way some transformers used to, but it does turn from an upright robot to a pull-back tank-like vehicle. It doesn’t work on carpet FYI but does on the hard floor. They also loved that it came with 2 characters so they could both play together. That was a plus for this mama.
Cute small little robot toy that comes apart. It does come apart in half. The top part can winds back & once you release it goes! The top hatch opens so the little figures can sit inside it. Put the top & bottom back together & you manually walk the robot. The little figures come in a mystery red bag so you never know who you will get, surprise!