Friday, October 30, 2015

Star Wars POTF - C3PO W/Cargo Net

I can finally pair up R2 with C3PO!I've been meaning to add a  C3PO to my collection and thanks to the affordable POTF (Power Of The Force)  line of  Star Wars figures,I was finally able too! There Isn't much you can do with this figure ,other than turn his head and move his arms up and down.The legs move,but It makes no sense to move them as he can only stand with them If they are In their stationary/standard positions.This was the Cargo Net C3PO,so he came with an unattached leg and arm,which I quickly put back on after opening. I equipped my Chewie figure with the net but have no intentions of breaking apart C3PO to have him carried around.





10 comments:

  1. Now this one has some detail I can appreciate! If we'd seen these POTF in the early eighties, we'd have flipped- they have their own thing goin' on

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  2. He does look nice,Colin.The good thing Is that he's a robot and doesn't need all the hyper articulation.

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    1. ... you inspired me to pick up a POTF 3PO & R2 yesterday- I found the shiny 3PO- got him & R2 for about seven bucks

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    2. Nice!I actually liked the look of the shiny one better than the weathered one I got,but both are nice looking figures.Congrats on the score!

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