Too small., March 10, 2010
The Jake Sully was the right size.I wish Neytiri was bigger.She is way too small.It should be the same size as Jake.
Did I get a reject or what?, February 20, 2010
I adore these little Na'vi action figures and own a bunch of them, but Neytiri is unfortunately my least favorite. Either I received a deformed unit, or Mattel decided to put all of their efforts into the other figures and put Neytiri together as an afterthought.
Her arms are bizarrely bulbous, as is her head. In fact, the piece that forms her hair doesn't properly match up with her face. One of her feet is twisted inward, which makes it nigh impossible to stand her up, and though she has a neck joint, you can't turn her head because her hair and feather necklace get in the way. Her bow and arrow are the flimsiest of all the Na'vi figures' weapons.
And finally: she looks nothing like Neytiri. She looks vaguely female and vaguely disgruntled, but that's about it.
If you have to have Neytiri for your collection, get this. But if you're just hoping for one nice little action figure, I'd suggest checking out Jake, Norm, Tsu'Tey, or pretty much anyone else.
Excellent Avatar 3 D Neytiri Action Figure, February 20, 2010
Excellent job by Mattel in recreating the Neytiri character from the Avatar Movie. While she is very hard to find, she is well worth the search. The highly articulated action figure is a great addition to the Avatar collection. Her movements in the movie where closely assimilated into the movement of the action figure. The 3 D web cam itag makes this a fun item for the Adults and kids in our family. We had never purchased this type of item before and did not know if the quality of the recreated scenes would match the world of Pandora from the movie. IT DOES MATCH THAT WORLD and we are very happy that we bought it!
One Significant Detail Is Wrong, February 9, 2010
Maybe only an archer would notice this, but the left hand is articulated to draw the bowcord with the palm in, as human archers do - but the Na'vi all drew their bows with the palm out.