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Set 6283 VOLTIX is a medium-sized foil pack set released in late 2012, portraying the villain Voltix, who caused and escaped during the Breakout.


  • Name: Voltix
  • Type: Medium Set
  • Set number: 6283
  • Subtheme: Villains
  • Release date: July 2012
  • Pieces: 61
  • MSRP: $12.99 (US)
  • Ages: 7-14
  • Instructions:

Product Description

The following is a product description taken directly from LEGO. View the source here

Stop the heroes from getting the shock of their lives with VOLTIX!
Calling all heroes! VOLTIX is on the loose from the Hero Factory and is trying to disrupt the power supply at the Tansari VI energy collection array. With a ball shooting volt blaster, dangerous lightning whip, electricity spark elements and a voltage booster switch, he's got the tools to do some real damage. Stop him before it's too late!

*Features ball shooting volt blaster, lightning whip, electricity spark elements and voltage booster switch
*Highly flexible and poseable elements
*Includes unique code worth 300 game points for LEGO Hero Factory BREAKOUT game online at
*Battle with the hero 6282 STRINGER!
*Combine with 6282 STRINGER for an even bigger model!
*Stands over 7" (20cm) tall!

Set Information

The set's foil pack

The set consists of 61 pieces.

By combining pieces from Voltix with pieces from 6282 STRINGER, one can build a non-canon combination model.


The set features a Shooting Volt Blaster, a variation of the Meteor Blaster. It also has the Lightning Whip, which can be rotated. The set has the Voltage Booster Switch on the back, which can be flipped up and down. On the foil pack's front art's background shows Jimi Stringer, a Hero from the Stringer set and who is chasing after Voltix in Tansari VI.


The set includes a gray helmet, which uses a small red axle piece to attach it to Voltix's head. It also has a Hero Core. Printed underneath the Core is a code called a Hero Code, which could be entered in an online game called Breakout in in 2012, to earn 300 Hero Points. The Hero Core is not used in Core Hunter's construction, but can possibly be placed on any of his armor pieces for storage.


Breakout Animation