Thu, 20 Apr 2000 19:39:51 -0700 (PDT)
--- Tomonaga <Tomonaga@xtra.co.nz> wrote:
> Hanko is the Japanese word for the stamp (stamping
> device only).
> I saw something in the manual that may make you >
frown, that is if you haven't already figured it out.
> The battery cannot be replaced! :( But I guess it
> will last a long time,
I knew that. That's why that small piece of plastic
insulator comes in handy: the voice circuit will
activate once the plastic is pull out, and deactivate
when put back on. I keep the plastic 'on' whenever I
don't use the voice part to keep the battery last a
> and maybe if you were so inclined, you could find a
> way to open it up and replace it anyway... : )
Picture 1 on the manual didn't show it, but under the
feet of each figure there's a small screw located at
the right side of the circuit hatch (where the plastic
insulator is located). I may try to open it when the
battery runs out.
> But I do find it a little disconcerting when the
> manual says...when the battery runs out you can just
> use it as a stamp holder!
I don't mind. These toys are cute! :) Hmm... what kind
of stamp should I order? a Gundam head? a Zak head?
or, a stamp with the following sentence: "I was robbed
by Banpresto!" :)
> I'm sure they will bring out similar products in
> the future. In case you didn't know, there is
> line of Banpresto Gundam related 'sound' toys that
> feature the sound of weapons. They could easily
> change the voices if they wanted to.
> Pic of the four MS in the series (original
> Banpresto promo pic
> These are also crane game prizes in Japan.
Thanks, Tet :) See my reply on other post.
--- original message ---
>> Nightingale wrote:
>> I've finally bought the 'Gundam Sound Hanko
>> stamp/toy set today:
>> I bought both the RX-78 Gundam and Char's Zaku to
>> find out if they actually feature real voice
>> Here's what I've found out:
>> You mentioned earlier that the voice will activate
>> when user loads the stamp part (available
>> separately) into the bazooka. (the stamp itself is
>> compatible with Shachihata X Stamper Name 9):
>> Fortunately, I find out that its voice will
>> without loading any stamp. Take a look at its
>> Picture 1 shows the unit will be operational after
>> you pull off that small piece of plastic insulator
>> at the bottom.
>> Picture 2 shows how to load the stamp into the
>> bazooka. (a 'bazooka cap' is included to cover the
>> stamp when not in use)
>> Picture 3 shows how to make the unit sounds: to
>> stamp, you must pull off the cap, and gently press
>> the stamp to the paper/surface intended to be
>> stamped. The voice will activate while the stamp is
>> The trick is on the bazooka's barrel. It's actually
>> extendable when pushed backwards, and the unit will
>> voice out the pre-recorded chant/sentence whenever
>> I push the barrel. So this solves the 'X Stamper
>> compatible' issue for users outside Japan :)
>> As you've mentioned last time, RX-78 will voice out
>> the chant 'Ochiro! Ochiro! Ochiro!' ('Go Down! Go
>> Down! Go Down!') and Char's Zaku will say
>> 'Mitometaku nai mono dana...' ('I do not want to
>> accept it...').
>> While I can't make out whether Gundam voice is by
>> Toru Furuya (Amuro's voice actor), I am 99% for
>> certain that the Zaku's voice is definitely by
>> Char's voice actor Shuichi Ikeda, with the sentence
>> being taken from the early episode of Gundam 0079
>> For HK$60.00 (or US$7.70) apiece, these 2 little
>> guys are fun and dandy for anyone's office table. I
>> hope Banpresto or Bandai will put out more of these
>> fun product soon. Examples that comes to my mind:
>> GP-01 vs. GP-02 ('Solomon, I am back!'), Gundam vs.
>> Zeong, Zeta Gundam vs The O, nu-Gundam vs Sazabi,
>> And Tet, what does the word 'hanko' from the
>> product title 'Sound Hanko Bazooka' mean? Thanks!
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