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CrazyDevy - CDMW-16 Sea Brigade Power Parts with Light up Eyes
BaCon - Monday, January 03, 2011


Crazy Devy has updated their web site with yet more reveals on the Piranacon accessories kits they hinted at previously. This update provides us with some real product information that is the CDMW-16 Sea Brigade Power Parts. The kit includes a new head for Piranacon gestalt that has light up eyes. Something different indeed. The new head is listed for sale at $24.95 with a release date of March 2011. You can place your order now at crazydevy.com



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Will you be getting the new Piranacon Head?
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ohht
2011-01-04
3:41 pm

Admittedly, Piranacon's massive noggin is a little goofy looking, but I can't say it really bothers me enough to spend $24.99 plus shipping to make it "perfect G1 figure scale". While I love the idea of "upgrades" for more recent figures, all the add-ons in the world... read more 
Reluttr
2011-01-03
7:48 pm

I love how all their "upgrades" cost at least 1/4th the price of the toys retail price. 
MikePrime
2011-01-03
5:21 pm

So, G1 Predaking's head is too small and Piranacon's head is too big? Okay. There's a review of the Predaking head in the Toy Reviews forum. I'm not impressed with the light up eye. It looks like they just stuck an LED light inside the hollow head without any afterthought. 
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