Narrator: More than a year ago to this day, the dynamic duo discovered a set of replicas of their Bat vehicles made by Mattel, the maker of Hot Wheels and used the Bat Analyzer to provide our readers with a thorough review of the products. And now there is a new Batmobile in town.
Robin: Holy biggie Batman. Looks like another replica of our vehicle has been made and this is bigger than the last one we saw.
Batman: Right Robin. And this happens to be made by another company who was also given the license to recreate the Batmobile.
Robin: Who would it be?
Batman: This was made by a die cast company called Jada under their Metals Die cast brand. Let us now use the Bat Analyzer again to give us a review of this product.
Analyzer: This is a nicely detailed Batmobile based on the 1966 TV series. Unlike the previous blog which is a 1:50 scale released by Mattel, this is a 1:24 scale model and also includes a 2.75" metal Batman figurine which are packed in a window box. The Batman figurine uniform is spot on to the TV series.
Analyzer: And what would a Batman TV show be without his faithful sidekick Robin? Unlike the 1:50 scale model, this also includes a sitting Robin figurine.
Analyzer: Feature includes opening doors on both sides. While the interior looks nice, the color used on the instrument panel is only black and the speedometer and other vital colors that distinguished other gadgets on it are not present. The hood and trunk does not open.
Analyzer: The wheels are identical to the one used in the show and tires are made of hard rubber.
Analyzer: The rear looks pretty nice and detail as well. It is however missing the license plate at the rear. Even then the equipments that needed to be included are present like the red fire extinguisher besides Robin.
Analyzer: Lastly here is a comparison between the 1:24 and the 1:50. One of the differences is the 1:50 has a larger Bat symbol than the 1:24. Both are nice in their own way.
Robin: Holy great review Batman. I think the Bat Analyzer did a great job again.
Batman: Precisely Robin. And now it’s time to say goodbye to our readers.
Robin: Right Batman. But before we go, I was just wondering... aren’t you tired of always standing all day?
Batman: You know Robin, I really wished they made me a bendable figure instead so I can be placed in the drivers’ seat if needed. Believe me being a 1966 figure isn’t easy as I’m really too old for this.
End Music: Nananananana… (drum played) Batman.