Bandai Deluxe Flying Baymax

Deluxe Flying Baymax Toy Deluxe Flying Baymax Toy


Name/s: Deluxe Flying Baymax
Brand: Bandai
Origin: USA
First sighting: 2014
Class: Robot Action Figures
Height: 28.5cm approx.
Weight: 870g
Materials: Plastic
Power: Battery operated (requires 3 AAA batteries)

Primary Functions

  • Talking (says several phrases from the film)
  • Eyes light up
  • Wings extend and close
  • Detachable spring-loaded rocket fist
  • Pop-out chip slot in chest

Other Features

  • Poseable figure
  • Hinged armour panels
  • Neck movement to look up whilst flying
  • Magnetic panels on back for Hiro figure to attach to


Baymax is one of the main characters in the Walt Disney animated film, and subsequent television series, ‘Big Hero 6’. A unique characteristic of Baymax is that his body is made of an semi-translucent inflatable vinyl, with an underlying carbon fibre skeleton. Baymax was originally designed to be a nurturing healthcare companion robot. However, with different programmable chips inserted into his chest, Baymax becomes knowledgeable of numerous forms of martial arts and in turn becomes a superhero. To cover his easily deflatable body, Baymax wears a bright red and purple armoured suit. The suit has built-in wings that allow him to fly and his fists can detach like rockets.

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