Did you know that Amazon carries tokusatsu toys, including quite a few great Kamen Rider Build items? Check out our recommendations for the best of what’s available on Amazon.
Searching Kamen Rider Build on Amazon brings up quite a few items! Remember that Amazon has third-party sellers – always look at the “Ships from and sold by” line on the product page to see if the item is coming from Amazon or from a seller. Checking the “Amazon Prime” box will narrow your search to only Prime-shipped items, which will weed out the third party sellers. Don’t have Prime? Get a free 30-day trial and try it out!
Here are a few recommendations of great Kamen Rider Build items that you can order on Amazon right now!
DX Pandora Panel ($43.62)
If you’re collecting Fullbottles, you might as well get yourself a way to display them – also included is the Syoubousya Fullbottle, giving you another bottle for the collection. The original Pandora Panel release also has ties to the main character, as it was the one he always inserted Fullbottles into in his lab. If you’re feeling ambitious, it has now been established that you can buy two of each of the three panels available on retail and form Pandora’s Box!
DX BatEngine Fullbottle Set ($31.45)
The toyline has a habit of repeating motifs and sounds and this is no exception. While you could trigger the sounds for this set using the Faust-style Bat Fullbottle and Gear Engine, it’s kind of a cool novelty to get normalized versions of these items – the Bat Fullbottle included in this set is even an entirely new mold.
DX Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Fullbottle Set ($19.24)
This set represents the previous lead, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, and was featured in the crossover movie between Build and Ex-Aid. If you are one of the many fans who grew to love that pink gaming doctor, this is a very nice pair of bottles that represent his motifs and add some unique colors to your collection.
Some fresh additions to the show that are used by Kamen Rider Evol. They’re a unique type of bottle design, and provide you with something kind of cool: Representations of Build and Cross-Z, using their respective rabbit and dragon motifs. Legend Rider Fullbottles are currently not a foreseeable option for these two, so it’s a nice substitute.
DX Cross-Z Dragon ($55.00)
Cross-Z Dragon is a forgotten but fun idea from early Build episodes. Not only does the toy offer a unique transformation sound that is only available with this toy’s electronics, it also serves as a nice display piece on its own. Of course, you also get the Dragon Fullbottle, which itself had some significance to the character behind Kamen Rider Cross-Z.
DX Build Phone $38.99
The Build Phone is a fun gimmick item. With the motif of a somewhat bulky smartphone, it features a few voice clips from Kamen Rider Build himself – a novelty typically reserved for premium electronics – and also serves as a transforming bike for your action figures. Whether you’re going with the main figure line or the S.H. Figuarts release, it serves its purpose. It also gives you a Lion Fullbottle for your collection.
While on the subject of the main 6″ figure line, there’s a decent selection of Build’s early forms – a personal favorite of mine is LionCleaner Form. With its brilliant gold and lovely metallic teal, it offers a rich color combination that’s easy on the eyes.
SO-DO Kamen Rider Build: BUILD 7 ($39.76)
While the main figure line is selective about what gets a figure, you can find just about everything in the 4″ candy toy figure line, SO-DO Kamen Rider Build. This wave, in particular, is my favorite as it features Kamen Rider Build in his SmaphoWolf Form, Kamen Rider Rogue, and a figure that can take the role of Remocon Bros, Engine Bros, or Hell Bros.
DX Nebula Steam Gun ($42.77)
When it comes to weapons, blades typically suffer due to being scaled down for children – luckily, this is a gun. While it’s a remold of the TranSteam Gun from earlier in the show’s run, it gets much more mileage than that gun, and even comes with two unique transformation items: Gear Remocon and Gear Engine. The funky transformations associated with the gear duo are done in a style you don’t hear from any of the other characters in the show, making this stand out as far as weapons go.
DX Evol Driver ($115.00)
Finally, we have the newest belt, the Evol Driver. Not only is it a transformation belt for the show’s biggest villain, it also shares much of the same functionality as the original Build Driver. If you’re using a device like the Cross-Z Dragon, which has transformation sounds built in, those function on this belt the exact same way. While the transformations for all of the Best Matches have been reduced to a form name and maniacal laugh, I feel that its functions are just equal enough that it’s an excellent substitute for those who can’t get their hands on a proper Build Driver.
Co-written by Mary Jo