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Video Review Kabaya Series 6: Dai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire Candy Toys
Jack - Saturday, February 23, 2013


Thanks to YouTube member baltmatrix who has posted a video review for the Kabaya Series 6: Dai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire Candy Toys. These Kabaya toys are modeled after three of the most rare Japanese Transformers toys of all time, the Powered Masters. Watch the video below to get the full reveal on all three ofDai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire now.



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