Rebor Male Triceratops Trident King

Rebor Male Triceratops Trident King


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The Rebor Male Triceratops Trident King 1:35 scale dinosaur model. A wonderful model of a Triceratops from Rebor. A fantastic Rebor Triceratops supplied complete with an Everything Dinosaur Triceratops factsheet.

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A Rebor Male Triceratops Trident King. A fantastic, detailed model of a Triceratops from Rebor. The Rebor 1:35 Alpha Male Triceratops horridus “Trident” King version. A Triceratops dinosaur model with an articulated jaw.

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Weight 1980 g




The outer packaging for this figure has been damaged in transit to our warehouse and is not the usual standard.

4 reviews for Rebor Male Triceratops Trident King

  1. Izhak Evenor (verified owner)

    Rebor Triceratops Trident 2022. This is a display statue, not a toy, of a Triceratops prorsus, called “Trident”, and comes in two versions or variants: “Horn of Doom” and “Trident King”. In short: they are gorgeous! They are very impressive and pretty accurate but have some minor imperfections.

    Here are my thoughts on the models. The body is very impressive and I like the spikey scales on them, on par with the skin impression from the “Lane” specimen of HMNS. The legs are massive but the forelimbs are slightly inaccurate (only 3 of the 5 digits were hooved).

    Now let’s go to the head – the business end of Triceratops. In the “Horn of Doom” variant the unbroken horn is long, slit, and impressive, I really liked it. But I didn’t like the broken horn, not because it is unrealistic or sloppy, but because I prefer to see a Triceratops with three perfect (unbroken) horns at the peak of its might. It would be great if they could offer a variant with the two brow horns complete and unbroken. In the “Trident King” variant, both horns are unbroken but they are shorter (in the preview photo they were colored bright orange but in the product version the color is more solid). They are not inaccurate but I would like them to be longer, like the “Horn of Doom” variant. The horns are a little flexible but still sharp, which makes them better in my opinion but not suitable for small children (as I said before, this is not a toy). The frill, nose horn, and beak (the beak is an articulated piece) are impressive and well done in both variants. The eyes are little shiny beads, embedded inside protective depressions.

    In the production models, both variants are colored similarly with a solid counter-shadow color scheme. The production models’ coloration differences are small, with the Trident King variant being more lightly colored.

    Both models are labeled 1:35 scale with a length of 28–32 cm and height of 12-13.5 cm, which actually makes the scale 1:32 to 1:28 given the largest Triceratops was about 9 meters long. The models are big, heavy, and massive.

    Another small scientific neat-picking: although designated as Triceratops horridus the skull is more characteristic of Triceratops prorsus with a nasal horn pointing forward and a deep snout.

    Conclusion: These are display models, not toys, and they are indeed a fine effort. They are impressive with high-detailed texture and presence. The finishing is of very high quality. There are minor issues (the feet and the horns) but otherwise, they are great pieces that any Triceratops fan must have. Highly recommended. Mark: 10/10 (judged as a display statue). Length: 32 cm.

    Accuracy: 9. Details: 10. Color: 10. Pose: 9. Playability: 8. Wow-effect: 10.

  2. haris_masood

    Fantastic model. I have quite a few models in my collection now (around 20) that include models from PNSO, Schleich, Safari, and a few others, and I can say without a doubt that Rebors models are by far my favorite. This is my second favorite model, second only to the KISS T-Rex. If you are a collector, this is a must-get.

  3. Maurizio

    Whether you are a hardcore collector like me or a beginner, this model is an absolute must for you to add to your collection. This is by far the best depiction of Triceratops,
    everything about this model is just superb. The size of this model is very impressive which is a big plus because it will standout wherever the collector decide to display it, it can even be displayed on its own and will still have a presence. One of the best features this model has is its paint job, it is vibrant and very professionally done, it has a nice weight to it too, which is another big plus because it simply means the quality and stability of this model are very good. Last but not least is the overall look of this Triceratops model, it has a very intimidating and tough look (as a Triceratops model should look like), the price of this model is very reasonable when you consider the high quality and the size of this model. Photos just don’t do justice of how well made this model is, you have to see it in hand to appreciate how superb it is.

  4. Matthew (verified owner)

    Rebor aced it with this one! The sculpt, detail and paint job are fantastic – truly representing the power and potential ferocity of a Triceratops.

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