Masters of the Universe Mattel Classics Hover Robots
  • Masters of the Universe Mattel Classics Hover Robots


    During his campaign of terror against King Randor’s Masters of the Universe, Skeletor often utilized Robotic Hover Drones to carry out his evil stratagems. Based on a design he pilfered from his dark arts teacher, Hordak. Skeletor’s drones were more agile than his mentor’s and carried a built in hover field to increase their mobility and durability. Hover Robots will effortlessly carry out any order – including self destruction! These techno-bots of terror carry a variety of weapons, including laser rifles, blade blasters and net lassos. Often on the front lines of battle, Hover Robots confront the Masters of the Universe in endless combat.
  • Year: 2015

    Retail: $35.00 Series: Mattel Classics Group: Evil Warriors
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ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $48.66+$13.66 (+39%)$44.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $60.50+$25.50 (+73%)$60.00
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The average price based upon the last 3 sold auctions is: $48.66

[High: $51.00/Low: $44.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $60.50 based upon 2 filtered active auctions out of 20.

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This Hover Robots toy was added on September 2022 and originally released in 2015 with a retail price of $35.00. This action figure is part of the Masters of the Universe genre within the Mattel Classics series. With an average selling price of $48.66, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for about its original retail price. Quite a few (47) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.

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