To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
A problem with many Generation 1 Bionicle sets such as this is that, because they were retired so long ago, some of the pieces (mainly those with sockets) have a tendency to break even with minimal interaction; this set is better for collecting or display than play. Some of the pieces in this set, such as the mandibles in the front, are made out of a softer plastic and have been able to stay in good condition over time. The sockets, unfortunately, did not last and have cracked in part because they were old and brittle and in part because the specific socket pieces in this set were poorly designed.
Click likes to fall forward, so getting any kind of decent pose is rather impossible or at least very difficult. It's not even a very articulate set to compensate for the weight. I tried to make Click look like a dead bug, but being upside-down didn't work too well either, due to the Vahki leg for a back. [...] Honestly, I cannot recommend this set unless you're just a collector, or if you don't have to buy BrickMaster to obtain it.