SUMMARY: The Rotoplast Mekaneck can be identified primarily by its gummy, orange mace, bright silver boots, and light green belt. The face and skin tones can sometimes be a unique light cream, or it can have a standard peach skin hue. When in doubt, check the injection points. The Rotoplast has a pronounced injection point in the left palm, as well as above the calf (on the leg, not the boot).
While the mace is impossible to confuse due to its unique orange color and gummy rubbery material, the armor can be difficult to tell apart from a Malaysia Mekaneck armor. The markings are more or less the same. The Rotoplast armor is more opaque, and fragile, as opposed to the slightly translucent, darker Malaysia version. A fun way to tell them apart is to use a black light. The Rotoplast armor turns bright peach when lit with a blacklight, while the Malaysia turns bright orange.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: 1. Orange Mace 2. Bright silver boots 3. Light green belt 4. Pronounced injection mold on the left palm 5. Face/hand skin tones in either light cream, or standard peach