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ToyGeek code: XTRAN-MX11LOCKE
X-Transbots figure lines feature modern manufacturing process that makes their figures affordable while maintaining high quality and solid construction. Built from a combination of ABS plastic, nylon and rubber for the tires, most figures also contain some type of diecast parts and feature clear windows for their alternate modes. Updated G1 color schemes and great articulation/ratcheting of joints make these figures visually spectacular.
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X-Transbots MasterX MX-11 Locke in his Cybertronian truck alt mode!
X-Transbots MasterX MX-11 Locke is very posable with his blaster weapon!
X-Transbots MasterX MX-11 Locke comes with a variety of weapons and accessories!
3 out of 5 stars overall
June 01, 2022
I have to say I sold my fans toys KOOT after just seeing this. Awesome that the backpack is gone the faces are awesome,the only flaw is that there are gaps on his arms when u bend his elbows it makes no sense. The body is also very flimsy,for some reason u get a extra pair of hands that are exactly the same. But I love the color,the G1 accuracy and how good he looks next too my other MP 3rd parties,I just can't wait for the ULTRA MAGNUS it's the only missing piece.
New york, NY
December 18, 2021
Much better figure with the 2nd release! Underrated quality, paint and aesthetics. Highly recommend.
Staten island, NY
December 09, 2021
I knew going in that this was going to be a challenging one. First, I have to say, it looks GREAT in robot mode. There were some annoy issues like the shin panels folding in a bit and thigh sliders sliding out when you manipulated it, but it is SOLID and I love looking at it.
Then, I transformed it. I knew it would be a challenge going in. I got a drink, a good tutorial, spudger and I was up for the challenge. I almost got through it, but, the panel on the leg did break. All to get to a truck mode which was nothing special, not that Kup had a great alt mode to begin with.
The sad part is that I think most people would be OK with a rough transformation if the tolerance, clearance, etc. if at the end you didn't feel like you were going to break at almost every step of the way.
I can't give a higher star review to a $100+ figure that is supposed to be masterpiece but breaks so easily during a jumbled mess of a transformation. If was complicated but stayed together like some FT figures, then I could see this getting 4-5 stars.
Luckily, I got this at the Black Friday price and the broken piece was fixable with super glue. I will say that if you are going to keep him in robot mode and basically never transform him, he is worth it. However, if you get him and want to transform him, find some good tutorials, be very careful, take a half day off of work, possibly ingest a calming agent and have some super glue handy.
December 02, 2021
This is version 2 for sure. Though, like the previous comments suggested, the architecture of this toy has some major faults in it. The quality still also not really up to par. For example, the left thigh is so loose that it moves when you light shake the figure, though the right thigh is so tight that I need to use silicon oil to loose it a bit. He can't even hold his gun and the hip crunch is loose to a point that I hate it. So, good thing I bought this on a discount. And I will think twice, or even three times, when buying any X-Transbots in the future.
December 01, 2021
I have Fans toys offering for this character and have always been a bit disappointed just due to the huge back pack on the Fans Toys version (otherwise a great figure). So, i saw XTB version 2 go on sale for black Friday and held my breath and purchased. I am very active in the 3rd party community and have heard of the horrors of the first version. This being version 2 I thought to myself "How bad can it be?". Upon arrival it felt not too bad and the sculpt was beautiful and far better looking than the Fans toys version. HOWEVER, I started to manipulate the thighs carefully full knowing the dangers, with minimal force the thigh literally snapped in half. Not at a joint rather the die cast itself cracked and snapped off. I was just disappointed. I would say this may be a one off but i heard similar stories. Keep in mind I almost though they must have given me a version 1 however looking at the green colored windows I knew I got version 2, which is just as garbage as the first one. I love XTB, I own multiple of their products, I am now fearful for my "not perceptor" and "not Ultra Magnus" pre orders along with my other dozen XTB pre orders. I hope this one was a one off. Based on my experience, I can NOT recommend. Good luck if you purchased.
November 24, 2021
Bot mode looks amazing, vehicle mode is much wider than I anticipated but that's not really a detraction.
The product images shown here are for Version 1. Version 2 gets rid of one stripe of lighter blue on the chest/windshield and, more significantly, gives the car mode dark green side windows for some reason, instead of the light blue shown in the images, which IS a detraction and a distraction, as it is the only part of the car colored that way so it is just an eyesore.
The engineering probably looks great on paper but there are a number of points where you need to be very specific about positioning in order to achieve clearance or you are *guaranteed* to damage your figure.
This is not a risk, it is a certainty.
The thigh, for instance can either be folded into the calf or slid in, but folding it in *will* significantly scratch the paint on the thigh down to the bare metal. Sliding it in works fine, but the instructions don't actually tell you to do that.
Even worse, the instructions make no mention of extending the foot before opening the leg. Failing to do so means that the foot assembly inside the calf will not have *any* clearance to move as you open the leg. As the figure comes in bot mode you have no way of even seeing there's a clearance conflict.
A lot of force is needed in order to open the leg in the first place and that force is more than enough to snap the screw-post attaching the foot and ankle assembly.
Again, the instructions make NO mention of extending the foot and failing to do so *guarantees* breakage. You won't even feel the break occur as you open the leg, you will just open the leg and the foot will fall off.
This isn't a QC issue but inherently in the design, and you can totally transform it safely IF you're aware of the issues, but again, the instructions make no mention of steps that are essential to avoid damage.
November 15, 2021
Contrary to the photos, the figure has green side windows. In other words, it is version 2, fortunately. So, my figure has no QC issues. Nothing is floppy. The figure feels solid in both robot and alt. modes. I also didn't experience any stress marks or breakages after transformation. The only flaws are in the instructions. By my count, there are four steps that are missing. Save for the confusion from those four steps, the puzzle play pattern was enjoyable. Also, I like how X-Transbots was able to engineer Locke without having a panel line down the center of his chest like FansToys' Koot.
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