This is a great and handy robot for young kids ages 6 – 14 years. I your kids are into Ninjago, they will love it. They will enjoy it put it together then took it apart and then made lil robots out of it. Keep them busy for hours. It’s helpful to have an adult help put the actual thing together with them. Help the ninjas to collect the 4 elemental blades and awaken the mythical golden mech! Lord Garmadon has sent his scout to snatch the elemental blade of fire from Kai but Kai is ready and waiting in his mighty Fire Mech! The scout’s crossbow weapon is no match for the mech’s huge double-edged fire blade and impenetrable armor. Battle for control of the elemental fire sword! Includes 2 minifigures with weapons: Kai and scout.


The figure is a bit small, it’s roughly around 4-5″ i’d say, so unless your kids are trained not to put stuff in their mouth, this should be a great piece for them. The only downside to it are the tin pieces, which can get lost easy. But for the price, its an easy pickup.




LEGO Ninjago Kais Fire Mech 70500 Price: $9.59 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. (You Save $2.40 from List Price $11.99)


For the MSRP of $9.99, you get:
– Kai (no shoulder piece)
– Stone Archer with quiver and crossbow (black arms – the same one from Garmatron, but different than the one from Golden Dragon which has red arms)
– Mech Suit



  • Includes 2 minifigures with weapons: Kai and scout .
  • Features poseable arms and legs, grabbing hands and space for a minifigure in the cockpit.
  • Hit the CHI tower and grab the CHI orb!
  • Battle for the fire blade with Kai in the cockpit!
  • Weapons include double-edged fire blade and a crossbow with quiver.
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 – 14 years



The robot has 8 movable joints and reminds of the A.P.U. mech suit from The Matrix. The right hand has 4 movable fingers for equipping the flame sword, which can also be detached to fit the hands of Kai and other minifigures. The left hand is static with “missiles” that cannot be flicked/fired. Does come with stickers. I’m impressed by the details, playability, and sturdiness of the robot. LEGO introduced 3 robots so far in 2013 – this, Lloyd’s from Temple of Light, and TMNT Baxter Robot Rampage, and frankly, for a quarter of the price of the latter you get a huge bang for your buck. The mech is fairly well constructed, with good stickers, a flaming sword that fits into a well articulated hand.

The arm articulation is great with ball joints for the sholders and elbows. The leg articulation also has two ball joints (hips and knees), but here the model hits a small snag. The leg pieces are a bit short and the ‘thigh’ pieces are very tight against the ‘body’ which in turn limits the amount that you can move the legs.


WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD — Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.