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Power Rangers Performance Cycle Lion

Submitted by on September 30, 2010 – 12:00 amNo Comment

The Power Rangers Performance Cycle Lion is great value for money, and a perfect pick for pocket money or as a birthday present for another child

Buy online: Toys R Us



power rangersInitial Thoughts: Flea loves Power Rangers. She’s never seen the television show, but it’s enough for her that they look cool and they have cool outfits and guns and this one – oh my goodness – even has a motorcycle. AMAZING. When our shipment of toys from ToysRUs arrived, the Power Rangers Performance Cycle Lion was the toy she begged to open first, and to be allowed to keep.   It’s a simple enough toy – a blue figure, a motorcycle and a couple of accessories.

We liked: The Power Rangers Performance Cycle Lion figure is robust, which might sound obvious but Flea has a history of breaking the legs of action figures but this has survived some fairly intense toy battles intact. Flea likes that the figure sits properly on the vehicle – again, this isn’t always the case with action figures.

We weren’t keen: I wasn’t sure about the included accessories – there are two blue plastic things in the package but we couldn’t really work out what they were for, and they got thrown away without anyone really feeling their loss.

Overall: There’s not a lot to say about the Power Rangers Performance Cycle Lion but it’s a nice robust toy at a pocket money price – I’ve seen action figures from other ranges at well over £10 so I think this is great value for money, and we’ve snapped up a couple for birthday party presents for kids in Flea’s class.

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