|Debut||A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig|
|Last Appearance||A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig|
|Special Features|| Jackhammer|
When others don't keep up with his pace
|Quote||"What's even more fun than buildin' a LEGO® model? Takin' it apart again!"|
|Voice Actor||Dave Fennoy|
Kramm is the super-efficient leader of the Weldos tribe, the great builders and repairers of Planet Mixel! The Weldos' foreman has a jackhammer arm and a strong hand with huge fingers, and he sets the example for others to follow. Kramm is usually a lovely boss, but can sometimes lose it if you don't keep up with his enthusiastic pace, so work hard!
Kramm is mostly yellow in color. His body is shaped like a slightly tall semicircle. A grey mustache-like semicircle tops it. He has a single eye at the top of his head with a yellow hardhat on top of it. A black stripe goes through his body near its bottom. He has a square-shaped yellow jaw at the bottom, with a very large mouth. He has six pointy teeth, three on the top and three on the bottom. His feet are very large. They are grey with a black-and-yellow stripe on the top of them. His left hand is fairly large and is a black square with three yellow fingers attached to a long grey arm. His right arm is shorter, while his right hand is replaced by a yellow and black drill with a grey drill-bit at the end. Both arms have red highlighted parts on them.
His jackhammer functions as a drill while his large hand is super strong.
Little is known about Kramm's early life. Although, he managed to become the leader of the Weldos in the past.
After the battle between the Ultra-Miximum Max and King Nixel, Kramm appeared with the other Weldos and told the other Mixels that they couldn't be there, as it was a construction zone. He was surprised that they all fell for the Nixels' mixamajig plot. Kramm then presented to them the newly-built city of Mixopolis. ("A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig")
He Maxed with his Weldo brothers to quickly demolish a building. ("The Weldos MAX at Work!")
- "Alright, move along. You can't stay here. This area is slated for construction. What're you all doing here anyway?" - Kramm, A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig
- "Ha ha! You fell for that ol' yarn? Who needs a mixamajig when you've got Mixopolis?" -Kramm, A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig
|No. of Pieces||68|
LEGO Shop product descriptionEdit
Hammer and grip with powerful Weldos leader Kramm!
Kramm is the super-efficient leader of the Weldos tribe, the great builders and repairers of Planet Mixel! The Weldos’ boss has a jackhammer arm and a strong hand with huge fingers, and sets the example for others to follow. Kramm is usually a lovely boss, but can sometimes lose it if you don’t keep up to speed, so work hard!
- Features a builder’s helmet, jackhammer arm, powerful hand with huge fingers, boulder feet and posable joints
- Collect all 3 members of the industrial Weldos tribe to build the super-demolition-wrecking-ball MAX!
- Combine with 41549 LEGO® Mixels™ Gurggle from the Glorp Corp tribe to create a mixed-up MURP!
- Go to LEGO.com/mixels for exclusive building instructions, games, animations and much more
- Watch all your favorite Mixels™ characters on Cartoon Network
- Play the Mixels™ Rush mobilegame from Cartoon Network
- Stands over 2” (7cm) tall
Build and repair with the jackhammer arm of foreman Kramm, 1 of 3 Weldos tribe members featured in LEGO® Mixels™ Series 6 sets.
Kramm's in-booklet code for Mixels Rush is JACK2AMM8R, which is Jackhammer when decoded.
- In Mixels Rush concepts, he was in the Muncholand scene, but he got replaced by Jinky, possibly as an attempt to not reveal Series 6 early.
- He replaced Flain, Slumbo, Torts, Rokit, and Gox for Series 6 on the icon for Mixels on the LEGO.com products page. He was later replaced by Jamzy and then replaced by Skulzy later being replaced by Screeno.
- He is the leader of the Weldos.
- His mouth structure strongly resembles that of a rock crushing tool.
- He has legs in his animated model, but none in his LEGO model.
- He is familiar with the Mixamajig's story, but it is unknown how he knows about it.
- Compax slightly resembles him.
Behind the Scenes Edit
Name and basis Edit
Kramm's name is a pun word for "cram".
In the TV series, and where sound clips are used, Kramm's voice is provided by Dave Fennoy. He has a typical New York accent.
Real-life History Edit
Kramm debuted in the TV series on September 26, 2015 in A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig, while his LEGO set officially became available on October 1 with the rest of Series 6.
- Main article: Kramm/Gallery
- Products page on LEGO.com
- Character page on LEGO.com
- Instructions on LEGO.com
- Mix with Gurggle instructions on LEGO.com
- Weldos Max instructions on LEGO.com
StopmotionsThe Weldos MAX at Work! / The Munchos MAX are out to Lunch!