Tuesday, 4 September 2012

U-Toys @ STGCC 2012

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Vintage robots like Robot 28, Voltron, SDF-1, etc...

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Transformers 

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Masterpiece Evil Rodimus Prime

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In recent years, U-Toys had established a strong foothold @ China Square Central (CSC) and at this year STGCC, U-Toys had occupied a booth for sales and exhibition. At a corner, I found some gems looking vintage robot toys, some chogokin, which I think the staffs of U-Toys had put up with from their private collections. U-Toys had also brought with them Transformers display from their shop to STGCC 2012. I took some pics of the Transformers toy for the benefit of who had not been to CSC.

U-Toys secondary line of toys brought in to Singapore would be 1/6 scale military figures. This should want you are waiting for military otakus! Seems to me that the latest series of 1/6 military figures were soldiers from the Afghanistan. Impressive showcase of accessories, vehicles and diorama. 

6 comments:

chrismandesign said...

this time the military equipment won my attention in this post and the vehicles were the winners among them... i wonder if leaving aside my space and budget limitations i would collect these massive reproductions... the figures themselves look very realistic as well, great work on the dioramas !!! =)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I hope I didn't poison you with those military figures and equipment. The good thing about these figures is that you can choose from a variety of accessories and come out with one that's personalized. They should be more affordable than HT.

bluedrakon said...

I like seeing the vintage robots as they were really made nice with real metal parts. They were heavy and lasted a while.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Vintage toys always has its value and many praises for the high quality and strict QC those days. Some may tarnishes a little after time but never failed to bring back memories.

deSMOnd said...

Robot 28..one of my favourites during childhood life..

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I didn't watched Robot 28 as I'm exposed to mainly Transformers and Macross when I was a kid.

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