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Hello, I am Baymax, your personal healthcare companion.
My carbon-fiber armor is sick. It’s just an expression.
I’m very flexible and strong. Doing a handstand is no problem (elves not included). I’m also easy to build. No advanced building techniques were used in my construction. And I’m highly poseable, with an incredibly solid build.
I’m constructed of 230 pieces and five stickers. I weigh 8 oz (227 grams) and stand seven inches tall (17.5 cm). With my arms out to each side I’m a little over ten inches across (26.5 cm). This low piece count makes me a huggable and affordable play companion.
With my wings and thrusters I can fly, but I fail to see how flying makes me a better healthcare companion. Hiro fails to see how I fail to see that flying is awesome. Fred loves my rocket fist! My wings are completely adjustable; although I cannot make them magically disappear, as they do in the movie.
[I built this figure of Baymax with my two children in mind. The model is both very sturdy and extremely adjustable. The swooshable factor on this model is high. They both love it! As I write this Baymax is flying through the room behind me.]
None of the poses in the photos have been created through Photoshop or in any way digitally altered. Yeah, that’s right – I really can balance on one hand!
I cannot deactivate until you support me and make me into a Lego set.