Sazer Dail

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Jin Hakariya/Sazer Dail
Sazer Dail in The Gransazers
Species Human
Aliases Sazer-Dail
Forms Jin Hakariya,
Sazer Dail
Affiliation Wind Tribe
Occupation Fashion designer
Allies Flame Tribe, Wind Tribe, Earth Tribe, Water Tribe, Professor Horiguchi, Atsushi Misonogi, Soichiro Okita, Luka
Enemies All The Gransazers kaiju
First appearance Latest appearance
The Gransazers Episode 2: Move! Dorcrus The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory
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Sazer Dail (セイザーダイル,   Seizā Dairu), real name Jin Hakariya (秤谷仁,   Hakariya Jin) is a wind-based Gransazer created by Toho who first appeared in episode 2 of the 2003 tokusatsu kaiju series, The Gransazers titled Move! Dorcrus.


Sazer Dail is a wind warrior under the sign of Libra and wears purple colored armor shaped after a stag beetle.[1]


The Gransazers

Jin Hakariya joined the Wind Tribe looking for fun rather than being devoted to his mission. He enjoys having his powers & playing around with them, always up for a challenge. Despite that, he enjoys teamwork & thus was soon convinced by Ryoko that the Sazers have to work as one big team. He often shows up just in time to level the odds.

The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory


Super Fleet Sazer-X the Movie: Fight! Star Soldiers

Jin Hakariya reprises his role as Sazer Dail to assist his fellow Sazers, the Justirisers, and Sazer X.


Knuckle Riser

Sazer Dail, like all Gransazers, owns a Knuckle Riser which transforms him.

Axe Tagger

Sazer Dail possesses a pair of axe-like tonfas, called the Axe Tagger which can be used to perform the Whirlwind Strike attack which is a horizontal tornado blast.[1]


Sazer Dail shares ownership with the other Wind Tribe members over the Dorcrus.


Main article: Sazer Dail/Gallery.


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