Quick Look: Mattel's Avatar RDA Gunship Collectable Vehicle

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Quick Look: Mattel's Avatar RDA Gunship Collectable Vehicle

Post by Valentin » Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:16 am

James Cameron's AVATARâ„¢ RDA Gunship
Series #: R2317
UPC/EAN/ISBN: 027084807417
Manufacturer: Mattel
Availability: Online Stores /Toy Specialty Outlets
Release Date: December 2009
Price: USD$26.99(Shop@Mattel)/USD$32.99(Entertainment Earth)/SGD$69.90(Simply Toys)

• http://shop.mattel.com/product/index.js ... Id=3761257
• http://www.entertainmentearth.com/prodi ... er=MTR2317
• http://shop.simplytoys.com.sg/index.php ... c7gud5i1v3

All thumbnails are clickable, and will bring you to a higher res version at 800x600pixels.

Packaging pics:
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RDA Gunship
Official Name: AT-99 Gunship
Function: Aerial attack vehicle designed to eliminate threats from ground troops or aerial assault.
Field Name: Scorpion
Features: Forward, side and down radar and sonar generators. Two side-by-side nose-mounted Gatling guns with sixty-millimeter armour-piercing rounds. Guided and unguided missile array. Maximum speed of two hundred and twenty miles per hour.
Let's rip it!!!

The leaflet:
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Main body:
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The tray:

All parts:

Assembly completed!

Ready to take off for aerial shots.

The 6 views of it:
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The missile array:
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The sensors:

The detailing:
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The cockpit:
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The power to lift off :P

Keeping this review short, and this is a ferocious gunship. Though it's joe-sized, it's arsenal of weaponary, the detailing, and shooting missiles just screams WAR!!

That said... let's enjoy the rest of the pics...

Coming in...

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Thanks for reading. :wink:
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