LEGO Hero Factory Bruizer

by LEGO®

LEGO Hero Factory Bruizer is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 10.
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Warn the LEGO® Hero Factory heroes! The evil brains are attacking the galaxy! They've transformed a rock giant into the wild-eyed beast BRUIZER! With a swinging rock-smasher fist, rock shoulder armor and razor spikes, this stone-faced monster is going to be a real handful!

Dimensions: 11.02000" H × 2.95000" W × 7.68000" L

Shipping weight: 0.34 lbs.

UPC: 673419191661

Sub-brand: LEGO® Hero Factory
Found in: Building Sets
Appropriate for ages: 7 - 14

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Please save your money I found the right arm to be frusterating because it is to bulky.
Date published: 2013-12-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good of a set This lego set is not that good, the right arm is bad and hardly work, the face remind me of something from a Video Game (mostly the set overall), the color is okay but not that good, mostly the only good thing about this set is the brain and orange fingers and that mostly all. So this is not a good set to buy, if you want to buy it for making MOC then buy it, (if you want) but the new parts way going to give you a hard time.
Date published: 2013-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brain attack is a fitting name for this toyline Bruizer..... eh.. When I saw the prototype pictures awhile back I thought this set would be awesome. I loved Rocka, and Bruizer. Hated Scarox, Furno, and Pyrox. Come the day when I find these sets at toysrus I pick up bruizer, and Rocka "only ones in stock" I built Bruizer as soon as I got home to be rather disappointed. The box made him look completely dark grey, but just like Bulk Breakout he was a jumble of random shades of grey. This set is in my opinion, the true Bulk Breakout of brain attack. Same color scheme, both clustered and odd looking. Back on to the actual set, Bruizer's arm...... The "function" arm is rather odd. It's a technic liftarm. A rather big one aswell. The arm basically has no ability to pose. I understand lego is trying to add play functions, but this is in no way the correct way to do this. The arm can't even hit a hero such as Rocka on the top of the head. It doesn't go up high enough to efficiently go against hero sets. I was pretty dissapointed with the fact that the only grey parts were the 3.0 paw, face, and rock armor "bones don't count" The box made him look completely dark grey. I think the box is somewhat misleading. Go figure why lego uploaded a picture of the actual set on the site shortly after I got my bruizer from toysrus. The orange spikes look cool, but are easy to lose. The orange fingers... why are they remolded? These ones broke on me right after taking them off when I built it. Had to invert the colors by using silver fingers and orange spikes due to lacking quality in those new parts. Overall as a set Bruizer is just like Bulk Breakout. Same colors, same disappointing set. Get him if you want parts, get pyrox if you want a better set. Even Scarox is better than this.
Date published: 2013-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 66 pieces of AWESOME I think that this set got a lot of hate because one arm is skinny and the other one is beefed up with the the giant armor. That is not a problem for me , if you are just going to build it and then let it sit on your shelf, you might not like the looks of it to much but if you are going to actually play with it like I will, you will love it! Now the pros and cons Pros: Head design Smashing arm Shoulder and torso armor Orange brain Cons: Emptiness on legs rock arm limits mobility That's all! David out!
Date published: 2013-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The "wild-eyed" beast to say the least! Let's start out with the instructions... No! Let's get down to business! Bruizer is a unique villain in his construction. As many of you know, Bruizer's arm is built on a technic liftarm; with pros and cons. This means that it is a break from typical bad guys. It is visibly a strong and brawny guy with a lot of personality coming through. I suppose he is a "wild-eyed" beast to say the least! The pieces are new and the colour scheme works. Legojang calls it a "Hero Factory Stronius". It lives up to this standard.
Date published: 2013-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from LEGO Hero Factory BRUIZER It`s an okay set! I would buy it if you like Hero Factory sets. There is a promblem with him though. His arm is too big, takes up too much space, and can`t move side to side. 4 stars!
Date published: 2013-02-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A great design, but flawed functions I purchased this set along with all the other 2013 Hero Factory sets. Initially, I loved Bruizer's rock monster look and liked the idea of a swinging arm. But once I assembled him, he isn't as good as any of the other villains in the 2013 series. There are a few things that make him worth having, such as the cool rock style armour and the orange evil brain. There's a couple of cons with this set, and it is to do with it's swinging arm. There's very limited function in the swinging arm when the figure is fully assembled, mainly because there's an armour plate that restricts it's swinging ability, so it hardly moves unless you remove it or extend the axle of the swinging arm, which is a big disappointment. It could also do with a chunkier non-swinging arm, as the current layout makes it very disproportionate. Apart from this, it is an okay set, mostly based on the pieces it contains.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bruizer interesting Love the new hero factory coming out and bruizer was the second one i built from this series and he is interesting. Im just saying everyone one of them look like a alien villain except the rocky bulky type bruizer. But fun to build just interesting that he is more looking like a earth villain then alien formed.
Date published: 2012-12-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh... Although I was greatly impressed with Hero Factory sets in the past, I am sorry to say that I am disappointed with Bruzier. Though I originally thought it was cool because of its rocky appearance, when I finished building it, there was an awkward function sticking out on the back. It was to move the sledge-hammer like arm and was executed very badly. I do not think the moving functions fit Hero Factory. The right arm could not have any sideways rotation because of the function, therefore limiting the pose ability by a lot. Although it does not show in the set picture, the right arm is based on a Technic lift arm and is covered poorly in the inside. Overall, I am sad that it did not reach my potential but however, I look forward to the other sets.
Date published: 2012-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from bruiser yay! first to review! awsome set good detail peices pricy.
Date published: 2012-12-29

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LEGO Hero Factory Bruizer

LEGO Hero Factory Bruizer

by LEGO®

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 14

Dimensions: 11.02000" H × 2.95000" W × 7.68000" L

Shipping weight: 0.34 lbs.

UPC: 673419191661