LEGO® Nexo Knights - The King's Mech (70327)

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Defend the castle and wait for reinforcements! Jestro and his army of Lava monsters are making a final push against the King’s Castle—but they weren’t expecting this! Tech whizz-kid Robin Underwood has built a mighty robotic suit of armor for King Halbert to defend the people of Knighton. Swing the giant sword or launch the flying shield with trusty King’s bot at the controls. Includes 2 scannable shields for NEXO Powers Storm Dragon and Backfire.
• Includes 3 minifigures: King Halbert, King’s bot and Flamethrower
• Features the King’s Mech and Flamethrower’s double crossbow stud shooter
• The King’s Mech features a detachable sword and shield with King’s bot, plus a cockpit for King Halbert
• Accessory elements include 2 helmets
• The King’s Mech stands over 6” (17cm) high
• Flamethrower’s crossbow shooter measures 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide
• Download the free LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™: MERLOK 2 0 app to your smartphone or tablet Ask your parents’ permission first
• Scan shields for each of the 2 NEXO Powers (Storm Dragon and Backfire) and power up in the LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ game!
• Watch all your favorite NEXO KNIGHTS™ episodes on Cartoon Network


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Age 5-8, Age 9-12
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LEGO® Nexo Knights - The King's Mech (70327) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool set- very pleased The first thing I am going to say is that this is a good set,but I honestly didn't buy it at full price. I am an American citizen who bought it in Canada, (the exchange rate is awesome right now), and though I am not disappointed, I wouldn't buy it at full price. It is a good set, and they REALLY did a good job with detail on this wave of the new NEXO KNIGHTS. But, there are a few easily fixed problems buyers should be prepared for. First, the sword arm is quite flexible, which I like, but the "shield/vehicle arm is a disappointment. It can't move like the sword arm, which defeats the purpose of it being a shield because it can't raise up to block anything. This can be easily fixed. The crossbow is a little hard for the flamethrower guy to hold. Other than that, it is a sturdy, strong, amazing, detailed set. You really outdid yourself this time, LEGO!
Date published: 2016-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Decent Nexo Knights Collection Addition King Halbert's Mech was a set I had personally wanted since the first day that I saw it. I was not originally goign to buy into Nexo Knights, yet despite that this set was one I had wanted from the beginning regardless of the theme. As 90% of all Lego mechs come from Ninjago, I wanted to see what they would do with a mech from a different theme. I felt it looked very promising and a good buy. Upon buying this set, I was not disappointed. The mech is unique in certain asepcts and does not look too similar to any mechs Ninjago has yet released. However, there are many quirks to this set I will cover in the cons section. Overall, I'd say the set is a very good buy and, if you are a parent, it is a good set for your kids to play with. As always, I'll go through the pros and cons of this set. At the end, I will list any modifications that are decent to add to the set, all of which that take minimal pieces and simply a few minutes to build into the model. (Cons) I will begin with some of the cons of the model. When I began to move and pose the mech, I found that there was a substantial weight to the left arm, or 'shield' arm. The detachable shield element is very heavy and causes the model to lean towards the left without careful balancing and arrangement. I personally doesn't mind, but for those who like to fling it around and then set it back up, they will find that the legs will slide apart and it was fall to the left. Speaking of the legs, they are also an issue with the model. The legs are unique and have a good build to them, but seem to slide apart when placed on a smooth surface. The legs have one friction adder joint each, yet they are not enough to hold the model up on it's own. The feet also have limited mobility and cannot move forward or back, only rotate to the left or right. This makes trying to walk the mech awkward, usually resulting in the legs spreading out. The box shows the shield portion detaching and becoming a flier, but that leaves a spindly left arm with very limited posing for the two cannons. There also are some odd gaps in the model, specifically around the knees, shoulders and elbows. (Pros) There are, however, many things this model does very well. The shield detaching as a flier is a very cool action that allows you to expand your playing field and give some support to your king. The 'sword' arm is also very well done, with a nice and hefty sword that feels like it would do some very decent damage to the battlefield. Having a place to store the weapons of your figures is always a bonus, and this model has places for both shields and swords. The use of the Hero Factory head mould is clever and makes the mech feel much more human. The two flap pieces on the back are awkward when down, but when they are turned upwards, it makes the mech feel like a bird about to pounce down on its prey. The size of the mech is also done well, standing large enough to feel massive but also bulky enough to feel like a warrior. The figures are also very well done, getting King Halbert with a very beautiful golden armor printing and one of the kingdom's bots that is both cute and unique at the same time. The flamethrower is a good figure as well, and I do like his little emplacement that he has. I recommend to parents not loading the actual stud shooters and having your child use it for imaginary play; they go everywhere and will be hard to pick up. Without them, the setup is still very good and feels like a small model on it's own. Overall, I was satisfied and delighted with the mech. It definitely has some quirks that prevent it from being a full 5 star model, but I think it has enough positives that the negatives are negated. I recommend this set and would say that if your child (or yourself) want to have something they can physically pick up and move around, this set is a very good fit for them. (Modifications) There was only one very tiny modification that I did to this set. As shown in the picture, I took off the black piece with the odd 'wind up' handle and placed two gray half pins into the two slots. This allows you to hook the sword up to the back and still lets you place your knight weapons on the mech itself.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from King Halbert's Mech The King's Mech is a medium sized set that highlights the leader of the kingdom-King Halbert. The mech looks like a gigantic knight with a transparent orange "helmet" piece that encloses the king inside so he can safely maneuver around. Like most other mechs, the right hand holds a large sword which has a nice design but maybe an unnecessary sticker. The mech doesn't really have another hand as a decent-sized flyer is attached to its arm. The flyer can fire two studs from stud shooters and can be detached when you please. The mech is shaped well overall and is pretty sturdy. The monsters in this set get a large crossbow. This crossbow uses the spider leg pieces from 2014, the new crossbow shooters and a bunch of other pieces in the dark brown color. Flamethrower is the name of the monster in this set and he reminds me a lot of Eyezor from Ninjago-it's probably the black mohawk. The other figures in this set are King Halbert himself and one of the kingdom's bots. Finally, 2 nexo powers are included. I think this set is a success and will probably be very popular because of the king and price. I like the mech, especially the shaping and the knight helmet piece that protects the operator. I wish the model used a different weapon like a mace or axe because I feel swords are way overused in Lego mechs. To give you an idea how many mechs use swords: "Kai's fire mech", "Samurai Mech", "The Destuctoid" (which is kinda a mech), "Anacondrai Battle Mech", "Titan Mech Battle", and the golden mech from "The Temple of Light". I know all those sets were Ninjago but you get the point. The flyer looks a little out of place but is great for play and the mech stands well on its own. I don't have a strong opinion towards this set so if you like what you hear, purchase it!
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this set The finished product looks better than what LEGO shows on the box (they need to find a better box art designer, they seems not to present it right, especially for robots) Price is good. Especially love the horse hoverbike. One of my best purchase. I enjoy this alot.
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A mech worthy of royalty The King's Mech is definitely a battle suit worthy of a king! We absolutely loved the overall look of this model. It is a compact and sturdy looking power suit that has great poseability and potential for play. The construction of the arms and legs are fantastic, with great range of motion. King Halbert pilots the mech from a well constructed cockpit that is beautifully protected by the mech's head and a Nexo Shield. On the right arm, the massive sword is awesome looking and would send many of Jestro's minions fleeing just with the sight of it! On the left arm is a detachable shield-ship that can provide support for the King in battle. Two wings adorn the back of the mech, and we like to imagine that the King can take to the air when needed. The minifigures in this set include King Halbed, a Flamethrower, and a buildable Kingbot. The King is great because he includes a great crown and cape, alongside the coolest sword that doesn't belong to Clay. The crossbow element included with Flamethrower means that he may actually have a chance to do some damage before the King dispatches him back to the Book of Monsters. Overall, this is one of our favourite mech sets from Lego. It is sturdy and really well designed for play. It almost doesn't feel like a mech made from Lego when it is fully assembled, but more like a conventional action figure. The only odd bit is the detachable shield on the left arm. It feels like there may have been room for a full left arm on which the shield could have been mounted. As it is now, the King is left with quite a stubby little arm when the shield-ship detaches and takes flight. That critique aside, this is an awesome looking and very play-friendly addition to your Nexo Knights collection!
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent quality and price for this product
Date published: 2016-12-13
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