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Playmobil Temple Guard with Orange Light Weapon

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Product Description

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Use the Temple Guard with Orange LED Light Weapon to scare away all treasure hunters! Includes a temple guard and an orange LED light weapon that can be activated with the push of a button.

Once upon a time in 1876, there was a locksmith named Andreas Brandstatter. Mr. Brandstatter planted a magical seed that would eventually blossom into Playmobil by founding an eponymous lock and metal fitting company in Furth, Germany. By the 1930s, Playmobil's pretend play had again been redefined; manufacturing telephones, cash registers, and various items for toy shops using sheet metal. At the beginning of the 1950s, Horst Brandstatter, the Playmobil's current owner, came on board and started a new era in the company history. He updated Playmobil pretend play products, searched out new markets and focused production on his favorite material, plastic. In 1958, the hula hoop craze gripped the world, and Horst Brandstatter was determined to perfect the pretend play toy that would inspire further exploration. Realizing that the technique, using air pressure, hot plastic hoses, and shape molds, could also produce basically any shape (in addition to the traditional bottles and hoops), Mr. Brandstatter created the first prototype Playmobil pretend play item, a closed racing car manufactured in a single production step. From that point on, the company expanded rapidly with products in toys. Playmobil was introduced at the 1974 International Toy Fair in Nuremberg and by using an innovative marketing strategy, parents and children responded uniformly with fascination and enthusiasm, to Playmobil.

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0.2 pounds

5.9 x 4.0 x 2.0

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Playmobil Temple Guard with Orange Light Weapon

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A Satisfying Buy

By Inner Child

from NE Ohio

About Me Collector


  • Fun
  • Interesting
  • Stands on its Own


  • Simple Color Scheme

Best Uses

  • Collecting
  • Gift
  • Imaginative Play

Comments about Playmobil Temple Guard with Orange Light Weapon:

I bought this guy on a whim thinking he would look good in my underwater set up. His colors fit perfectly and his design makes him look like coral or rocks. I did swap out his weapon for ones from different sets, but his LED light weapon is quite the interesting little piece, sure to fit into any fantasy or sci-fi set.

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Not the quality I expect from Playmobil

By Tammy

from NA

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    • Poor Design

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    Comments about Playmobil Temple Guard with Orange Light Weapon:

    My son had been eyeing these, and he picked one out for a special occasion. I also had two stashed for Christmas to go with the Treasure Temple.

    Overall there seem to be several design and QA flaws with this character.

    a) Right out of the box, this klicky does not stand straight, and slouches.

    b) The weapon is quite heavy. As soon as we put the weapon on the slouching character, it falls over. The weapon is too heavy that the arm can't hold it straight. What use is the weapon if the character can't even hold it properly?

    c) The legs are very light weight. I think this just adds to the instability of the character.

    I'm not sure how all of these items were missed, or if I just got a 'bad' one. I will be checking the ones I have stashed for Christmas, and may be returning them if they are in bad of shape.

    While I have googled how to repair loose klicky legs online, and I think that would help it stand reasonably with the weapon, a parent should not have to repair a toy straight out of the box. I also have yet to succeed in removing the legs to repair the character.

    The bright spot of the toy is that the light weapon is quite neat. It just is too heavy for the character.

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