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From the first images of the new sets released I knew that Uxar was my favourite of the creatures and now that I own the set in hand he (she?) doesn't disappoint. The build is solid and looks great. The wings are the main feature of this set and they look great! The inclusion of system pieces for detail is really nice and the function works wonderfully. The set's wingspan is also very impressive, to the point where they wings look large enough to carry a set the size of Umarak when united. The function itself is quite simple, but was very enjoyable to build and does not detract from the overall appearance of the set. To activate the function you merely move the tail up and down, and the wings will move up and down. As simple as it is, it is very nice to watch. However the function has just too little friction to keep the wings raised unless they're raised to a certain point. It is just about possible to keep them up, but if you move the set around at all, or just leave it be for a while, the wings will slowly droop. I do not yet own Lewa, but the unity mode of Uxar with Umarak looks incredibly impressive and only makes Umarak look even larger and more imposing. Overall, Uxar is an excellent set that I recommend you get with or without a figure for it to unite with. This is a very nice looking little model and the fact that the creatures have names this year is a step up from the protectors, who were only named after their release, but I do wish they would clarify the gender of each creature.
My grandsons are so in to these Bionicles by Lego. Even thought they are somewhat scary the boys are all about "the good guys." The toy came on time and was packaged well.
Uxar makes for an excellent creature, especially for his price of $9.99 USD. The wings have a great action feature to make them flap, and their size also makes Uxar look huge! There are a few minor issues, like his hollow head, but overall I think he turns into a fun creature that can be flown around with ease.
I'm not a huge fan of Uxar. Yeah, he's a good set in the sense that he has a good color scheme, his function is the best of the wave (shared with Ikir since both can work in their united modes) and he has some great new and recolored parts. But visually I'm personally not fond of...whatever Uxar is supposed to be.
The completed Uxar resembles a large flying insect. It uses the new crystal blades and System flap elements to great effect as huge “sonic crystal wings” that flap when you raise and lower the “stinger” on its back. In terms of its color scheme, Uxar augments the Bright Green and Trans. Bright Green typical for Jungle sets with Bright Yellow spikes — and the use of Bright Yellow as an alternative color for cross axles with odd-numbered lengths only augments the effectiveness of this accent color. Altogether, Uxar is one of my favorite creatures. It looks great from every angle and its function is impressive whether it's on its own or “united” with another set like the new Lewa.
This set is just the bees knees. (Is Uxar supposed to be some sort of bee?) It's got a great look, it's massive, and its gear function is a thing of beauty. And hey, even if you don't have Lewa, I'd still recommend getting this set. What, are you going to let "the man" tell you who Uxar can and can't catch a piggyback ride with? Of course not. You're a free spirit who deserves an Uxar!
As a solo creature, Uxar is okay. Great coloring, and a neat design (even if I can't tell what exactly it's supposed to be). Throw in a Shadow Trap, which are leagues better than the Skull Spiders, and you have yourself a solid set. Top it all off with the combining feature, and there's a lot of good to be found, enough to look past the fact Uxar by himself doesn't offer much in play value.