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Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Set 1 review

AiPT! review’s Toynk’s exclusive Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Set 1

Last month I shared with you a preview of the Fallout Nanforce Series Army Builder Collection line and Toynk being their awesome selves sent me a bag to check out and review! There are three bagged sets. Toynk sent me Set 1 of 3. I haven’t played with army men since I was a little kid. They constantly broke and bent under stressful playing sessions. How would these hold up under extreme playing conditions?

I ripped off the cardboard top and right away I noticed the bag is resealable. And I thought how much of an adult I have become because I found this feature to be cool. But if you collect and store away toys like me, then you have to admit that a resealable bag is awesome to keep these guys safe and sound if you aren’t displaying them.

Resealable bag for the win!

The  Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Set 1 from Toynk and Emce Toys comes with a total of 12 figures. There is a mix of artifacts, characters, and weapons. If you are a fan Vault Boy, you are going to love this set! Included in the bag: six Vault Boy “perks”: Chemist, Strength, Party Boy, Commando, Four Leaf Clover, and Grim Reaper’s Sprint. The remaining six are weapons/artifacts: Armored Dogmeat, Mini-Nuke, Nuke Cola Bottle, Grognak’s Axe, Thirst Zapper, and my personal favorite – Jangles the Moon Monkey.

The figures are pretty sweet and easily exceeded my expectations. I thought they would be your every day “dollar store army men”, but I was wrong! These figures are solid plastic, have a nice weight to them, and very durable. There are certain figures in the set that are more bendable compared to others, but you aren’t going to risk breaking these guys unless you accidentally step on them or force them to break.

For being only 2 inches tall, the figures’ details are remarkable. The Commando Vault Boy’s rifle has ports etched in the barrel and the Strength Vault Boy even has abs. I remember growing up and the bases of my army men were sometimes awkward and not crafted well causing them to fall over. You will have zero concerns with the Fallout Nanoforce as each of their bases are strong and keeps them all balanced.

Fallout fans will easily swoon over these little guys. The best part is there are more sets for a total of 48 figures. They are easily displayable or ready to go on an adventure right out of the bag. You can order the Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Set 1 and other sets now over at

Mini-Nuke, Four Leaf Clover Vault Boy, and Jangles the Moon Monkey

Vault Boy Party Boy, Grognak’s Axe, and Vault Boy Chemist

Grim Reaper’s Sprint, Thirst Zapper, and Vault Boy Commando

Armored Dogmeat, Strength Vault Boy, and Nuka Cola Bottle

Sound off in the comments what you think of these cool little guys! And don’t forget to follow our YouTube channel for toy reviews and more!

Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Set 1
Is it good?
Fallout fans and nostalgic army men collectors alike will dig the Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection
Tough and durable figures for only being 2 inches tall.
The details in each figure are fantastic.
12 figures per pack and nice assortment of characters, artifacts, and weapons
Resealable bag!

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