Movies for children always spawn collectible figures, imaginative worlds and heroes that kids love to emulate. There’s a wonderful new hero in the movie Big Hero 6.
Baymax is the easy-to-love character in Big Hero 6 that people are raving about. The character is funny and easy to root for. The toy version of the character is on the list of bestselling toys because kids are clamoring for it.
This toy will make a great gift any time of the year for boys or girls. This hero is an 11 inch figure and comes with a smaller sized version of Hiro. Hiro can be fitted onto Baymax’s back.
Always the hero, Baymax, is willing to do whatever it takes to fight for justice. This is the armor version of Baymax and he has a wingspan that will extend up to 18 inches.
Kids can enjoy playing hero by engaging the different sounds and phrases that the figure can make. He has over 20 different sounds and phrases he can make. He can make flying noises that sound like an airplane or he can make rocket sounds, depending on the direction the figure is held.
If kids point the figure down, then the sound will be like a rocket is falling. You can put Hiro onto Baymax’s back and he won’t fall off – even when kids are playing vigorously with the figure.
But if you want to activate the sounds you’ll need to leave Hiro off the back of Baymax. You’ll have to do the opposite if you want to hear the figure talking. For speech, you’ll need to leave Hiro on Baymax’s back.
There’s a button on the torso that can turn on lights and sound effects. When you push on the figure’s stomach, he can say up to four phrases. The doll’s eyes also light up during play.
Parents love the option of being able to turn off the sound during play if necessary. The figure has the ability to extend his fist and release his weapon to shoot.
His arms, legs, and head are both able to move, but the doll is not made of flexible material. The figure is durable and not as lightweight as some figures are. When you look at Baymax, at first glance, it might appear that his proportions are off because his chest area is much wider than his lower body.
The chest area is 6 inches in width. The doll does have small feet. But the balance of the figure does allow the figure to stand without having to be held in place. The armor that the figurine wears is not removable.