SH Figuarts Machine Zerohorn

Hot on the heels of Zero Form, here’s a rather short review of his accompanying bike.

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Package contents. You get a base, gripping hands for Altair and Zero Forms and a spare pair of handlebars with the side mirrors separated.

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It turns out to be a rather plain and cheap-looking bike. Like most other bikes in this toyline it has working steering, foldable kickstand and rear suspension. Clear parts are used for the head and tail lights.

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There’s a slot on the otherwise blank instrument panel. It’s meant for inserting cards for traveling through time with the bike inside the train cockpit, controlling the train like one of those arcade motorcycle games.

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Overall a rather plain-looking accessory. Pretty much all Riders don’t even use their bikes after the first episode they appear in, they should just be called Kamen Walkers or something. I got it out of impulse and because shipping is flat rate.



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