Maketoys Yellow Giant DX Boxset Announced- Pricing And Shipping Details On G2 Devastator-Inspired Toys
RAC - Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Maketoys has officially announced their G2 Devastator with the Yellow Giant DX set! This set is the original yellow Giant paint scheme in a set that includes the updates created for the Green Giant Type 61 set. Priced at $379.95 US, up to two Yellow Giants can be shipped for a flat rate of $46.95. Keep reading for more details and a link to the preorder page!
A shadow fell over the Yellow Giant from above giving him pause. Yellow Giant moved his arms to block the sword coming right for his head. The clashing sound of metal on metal could be heard for miles with a shower of sparks shooting vertically from the hit. Yellow Giant had blocked the attack, but he was stunned and staggered back a few steps. Angry and groggy, Yellow Giant began bellowing loudly again.
A new complete box set for Yellow Giant, the 6 construction vehicles who can all combine into one larger figure.
This new set comes in one box set and not individual packed as the original set was. This set does include all of the latest updates that were included in the Green Giant Type 61 set. This set does have the original Yellow Giant paint scheme with the MTC co. logos and markings. The crane is detachable and can be used as a melee weapon. Two head styles are also included with this set
You can order up to 2 pieces of this figure per order. Must be ordered separate from other items in the MakeToys Exclusive Shop. A Flat rate shipping fee of $46.95 will be applied for up to 2 pieces of this item. Deluxe shipping will include a larger box and packing materials to ensure safe delivery. Standard shipping will be in a sturdy cardboard mailer. Please order only this item with your order and do not combine with any other items from the MakeToys Exclsuvie Shop. Any orders with multiple items will be immediately cancelled. Thanks for your understanding.
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