Jurassic World Grab 'n Growl Indoraptor Dinosaur Mattel FLY53

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  • Get ready for thrilling action and adventure with Jurassic World!
  • Indoraptor is the most terrifying and deadliest dinosaur ever masterminded, the latest brainchild of Dr. Wu, and is an abomination hybrid of the villainous Indominus Rex and the vicious Velociraptor
  • Inspired by the film, Grab 'n Growl Indoraptor wreaks havoc and fear with his mere presence. Ominous features include red eyes that light up and glow, slick black scales, long arms with dagger-like claws and extra articulation that he will use to catch anyone that crosses him
  • Watch out for his huge terrifying SCREECH and realistic dinosaur sound effects! Slide the switch on the tail for grabbing action, lights and sounds; push the button for chomping action, lights and sounds; and for thrashing action, move the tail!
  • Act out ferocious battle scenes and relive all the exciting adventure and terror of the movie!

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Get ready for thrilling action and adventure with Jurassic World!   When an Indoraptor escapes at Lockwood Estate, no man, woman, child, or animal will be safe during his hunt—especially with his night-vision capabilities! An abomination hybrid of the villainous Indominus Rex and the vicious Velociraptor, Indoraptor is the most terrifying and deadliest dinosaur ever masterminded—the latest brainchild of Dr. Wu. Inspired by the film, Grab 'n Growl Indoraptor wreaks havoc and fear with his mere presence. His ominous features include red eyes that light up and glow, slick black scales, long arms with dagger-like claws and extra articulation that he will use to catch anyone that crosses him. And watch out for his huge terrifying SCREECH and realistic dinosaur sound effects! To activate, slide the switch located on the tail for grabbing action and lights and sounds; push the button for chomping action and lights and sounds; and move the tail around for thrashing action! Act out ferocious battle scenes with Grab 'n Growl Indoraptor and relive all the exciting adventure and terror of the movie!


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Alicia G
August 23, 2018
One week into owning this one of the hands has popped off. There are several components to each limb, which is likely a feature of the
EP
September 8, 2018
Terrible. Even as a display piece the flimsy plastic breaks and appendages break off. Looks cool but will break easy.
Amazon Customer
September 7, 2018
If you have a Jurassic Workd kid this is a must. Purchased for 9 year old son and he takes it EVERYWHERE he goes! Size is great, much bigger than we expected. Articulation is what is exodctedvgrom a toy and the sound is loud but lifelike. Great purchase!
Andydoglover1
September 22, 2018
Amazing!:) would recommend.
LVesper
September 8, 2018
My 17 year old daughter loves the Jurassic Park/World movies. I thought this might be fun for her, though I know she's not the target audience. She has a few dinosaur figures on a shelf in her bedroom and had the space for another. This one is unique in that it makes sounds and actions. There is a button on the Indoraptor's tail. By sliding and pushing it you can get him to grab at things (like other dinosaur figures) and scream. You slide the button for the eyes to light up and the arms to grab and you push the button for the sounds. I personally had difficulties with that and every time I tried, it would do all of the actions/sounds at the same time. My daughter could get it to do the right action at the right time. This would be a lot of fun with dolls, too and recreating parts of the movie. I could totally picture my son and daughter terrorizing Barbie with him! He seems to be made pretty well and sturdy enough for normal play. Overall, he is perfect for fans of the movies.
Christine K. Cornett-McVay
September 3, 2018
This is collection caliber in my opinion mainly because of the intricate pain job. It has an outer layer that is strangely lifelike and looks like real dinosaur skin! It glitters in the light and makes it look even more like a real animal. Also love the creepy eye. The teeth are great looking too but not sharp. Nice interactive features like growling and some movements. Really great collection item for anyone who is a Jurassic Park fanatic. A fantastic toy for child or collector piece for an adult.
Jeffrey N. Fritz
September 4, 2018
Although the Jurassic World Ultimate Indoraptor Figure is likely intended for children, as an adult I couldn't help but request this for display and as a gimmic for my studio. I've been a fan of the Jurassic books and movies, so this was something that I definitely wanted to own.

The dinosaur is decently sized and has a soft, rubbery feel. It is articulated. There are two buttons on the tail that cause various motions, sounds and light up the eyes. It's kind of cool to watch!

There is a battery cover (also in the tail) that can be removed with a screwdriver. While this is reasonably obvious, there is no instructions that I found on replacing the battery and what kind of battery is used to operate the dinosaur.

Some scientists believe that dinosaurs did not roar. They made more of a cooing sound. Nevertheless, we expect a dinosaur to roar and this one does. However, there is a tiny speaker inside of the dinosaur so don't expect anything like a loud, frightening roar.
Jonathan and Ashley
September 20, 2018
This is a pretty cool dinosaur. It certainly does a lot more than your standard plastic dinosaur. Apart from very realistic coloring and features (cool spikes on his head and back, the scales, webbing between his toes, teeth) , this dinosaur has arms and legs that move and a head and neck area that also move back and forth and rotate. It also has two buttons--one on the top of the tail that make his hands clasp together while he growls and one underneath the tales that makes his mouth close, his eyes flash red, and growl. I should say the legs don't just move, they have multiple joints so they move back and forth and rotate a little. Same with the arms and hands. It's pretty cool.

I can see older kids having a blast with this thing. My son is three and is alternately terrified and fascinated by this dinosaur. It does look pretty scary. With time he'll get more into it. Right now he just pretends all his toys are running away from the