Phone Braver 07: Demolition

Ring Ring Ring Ring Crustacean Phone!

Boost Phone Demolition is the… well, the Boost Phone for the main baddie, Zero One. Obviously, he’s a power up set, a glorified accessory. In this case, since I don’t have 01, for Fourth.

Anywho, Demolition is actually a more successful phone than Fourth, seeing as he doesn’t have quite as much undercarriage junk. He’s got a lot more stickers than Fourth, too, but that’s not necessarily a good thing though. Unlike with Fourth, it’s going to be harder to preserve Demolition’s stickers from wear and tear, especially when you use him as a weapons pack. But we’ll that to that later.


Crab-bot mode is also pretty cool, and you can flip his eyes around so they’d be mini-blasters too. So that’s neat.


Demolition’s got pretty good articulation, with the fully articulated arms and ball jointed legs and stuff.


Demolition doesn’t have any accessories, save for a piece of chewing gum. But AS an accessory, he’s absolutely loaded with play features. Provided you’ve got one of the main humanoid Phone Bravers, Demolition is pretty darn awesome. Just check out the pics. He can be a grapple arm, a chainsaw arm, visors and even tentacle leg thingies. Paired up with another Phone Braver, Demolition is gold. And since he’s as cheap as any other Phone Braver, it’s easily affordable to get both.

Overall
Demolition’s a good toy on his own already, but is absolutely fan-friggin’-tastic when partnered up. Considering the price, he’s worth picking up solo, but it’s recommended you pair him up with a partner.


Pros: Good toy in and of itself, great when paired up with a Phone Braver. Cheap.
Cons: Needs secondary Phone Braver for full potential. Potential sticker wear and tear.
Meh: Model Kit. Love ‘em or hate ‘em.

3.8 out of 4.0

———————————–
0.0 – 0.0 = I’d pay to get rid of it
0.1 – 0.5 = I’d give it away
0.6 – 1.0 = I wouldn’t take it for free
1.1 – 1.5 = Very Bad
1.6 – 2.0 = Bad
2.1 – 2.5 = Average
2.6 – 3.0 = Good
3.1 – 3.5 = Very Good
3.6 – 4.0 = Excellent

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