Review of

Kids Toy, EpochAir Cool
Wooden Transformer Toy Changing to Many Type of Shapes, Creative Educational
Children Toys for New Version Design

Five out of five stars

This toy is
very simple, it is fundamentally a robot-like action figure. What makes it
interesting is the number of degrees of freedom that each of the many components
have. It is constructed of individual sections, all of which can be rotated the
full 360 degrees. The head is the only section where that is the only possible
movement.

Each of the
other pieces can be shifted plus or minus ninety degrees perpendicular from the
axis of rotation. There are separate pieces for the shoulders, abdomen and
hips, the arms have three sections and the legs have four. With 21 different
pieces having three possible configurations based on the shifting of ninety
degrees, there is the potential for 3 to the 21

^{st}power different ways that the figure can be posed. While not all of these will be physically possible due to spatial conflicts, the number of possibilities is effectively infinite.
The pieces are
also very easily moved, so even the weakest of young hands will be able to
manipulate the figure. I did not perform a stress test to determine how much
force it takes to break a section off the figure. Since the pieces are small
enough to pose a choking risk, one must be cautious when infants can come into contact
with it.

This is a
simple toy that will challenge the spatial perception of the child as they
modify the figure into the many possible configurations. The feet and hands are
circular, making is stable enough to stand on both the hands and feet. While that
may seem trivial, it is one more significant option for posing the figure. The
hands and feet have the shape of tires, so it is possible to convert the
figures into cars.

There is a lot
of challenging fun packed into this figure that is only six inches high.

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