Maxus Dragonoid (weirdo type)

By Mir
December 17, 2009
Category Hot Hot Hot!

My son likes to tell me about his Bakugan—which ones are water types, which ones are air, which ones are… ummm… really, I’m just making this up. I don’t listen when he tells me, because listening to Bakugan factoids pretty much just makes my eardrums bleed.

So I really know nothing about this here Maxus Dragonoid Bakugan other than that it’s seven individual Bakugan that can come together to form one giant strange-looking thing, and that it’s currently $25 shipped, which is crazy because it’s a hard-to-find toy that they were selling for $35 earlier this month.

So just in case you also have a small obsessed boy, I thought you might like to know.


  1. You were talking about this early in the season. Had you bought it for him yet?

  2. Too bad we’ve already got enough stuff for the boys! Maybe for Valentine’s…

  3. Great… I bought it last week-end for $35! Oh well, tis the season.

  4. *sigh* my son has recently become obsessed with bakugan. we already have this, he got it for his birthday. I can’t put it together, which is my out for not having to play with them!!!!

  5. It’s up to $30 now, but still a decent deal. I think Amazon likes to mess with you.

  6. Is this appropriate for a 3 1/2 year old (my nephew?) Need a gift…

  7. Kelly– I wouldn’t get bakugan for a 3 1/2 year old. My daughter is that age and has expressed no interest in her older (male) cousins’ bakugan. I don’t think she’d be able to put them back in the ball shape after they open up. I think it’s more for the 6 and up set.

    For a preschool boy, I’d go with something involving cars, magnets, or something like legos. My daughter likes to dress up, and I bet a boy would, too. (Though his dad would probably prefer pirate, firemen, or police costumes to princess costumes :).) That’s just my opinion.

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