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3 out of 5 stars overall
May 12, 2018
This is a great masterpeice. Ut us flawless and it comes in a display cace packaging that can be dusplayed straight out of the box. I wish all the masterpeices came lije that.
January 13, 2018
Lots of die cast, good accessories, great paint, and simple transformation.
Could use better articulation and ratcheted joints.
North vancouver, BC
December 08, 2017
I have never once reviewed one of the countless bots I've bought on here but I felt the need to warn buyers of this hot mess.
To be fair, there are a few positives, and I'll start with them. First, the figure comes in a pretty great display box and stage which is a nice feature. Secondly there's a lot of die cast in the build so it has a nice weight to it. Thirdly, I dig the inclusion of the big cannon that Cliffjumper tried to blast Megs with in one of the initial 3 episodes. Lastly the car mode recreates a Porsche 944 Turbo pretty fantastically (I used to own this car so that holds some weight for me). THAT is the only good I have to say about this figure though.. now on to the bad.
There is too much bad to list here but just to name the biggest offenders.. None of the 3 head sculpts are even close to good or show/cartoon accurate. That's a deal breaker right there for me. The hips are so loose the legs hang and swing like wet noodles, which is especially a problem considering they're heavy due to the die cast. The feet don't even stay together, they just unpeg, come apart and flop around (at least this was the case with mine). The overall bot mode lacks cohesiveness, in fact when viewed from above, you can see straight through the bot top to bottom due to completely empty areas between the head and shoulder joints. I could go on but I won't, just don't buy this figure.. another 3rd party company (or Takara) will undoubtedly do it much better soon.
St. louis, MO
December 04, 2017
Very brittle plastic and some seriously thin posts make me very nervous. A TON of diecast, but too much if you can believe it. His feet are too heavy for the leg joints, so he is very floppy. Transformation is awkward and i don't want to force the brittle plastic. Even his pistol doesn't fit right in his hand, too loose. The design in general looks good in bot mode but it's not fun to mess with. Skip.
Crystal lake, IL
August 28, 2017
The feet are too large and clunky looking for such a small bot, but also die-cast and too heavy so don't expect any kick poses from him. Slight ankle tilt inwards, but no ability to swivel foot up or down or turn left/right, which makes the big clown feet more unsightly. The arm and head joints are tight enough, but not the legs, which makes the heavy diecast feet (and shins) even worse. No ratchet joints anywhere on the figure. I got mine elsewhere for around $40 including shipping and feel like I paid a bit too much. The extra heads and the light up bazooka is a nice touch, but probably adds more cost than what it is worth. Did I mention this thing has huge clown feet? This is a marginally acceptable placeholder until a better Cliffjumper comes out, but only if you get it at discount.
March 06, 2017
This figure looks appealing but thats about it. Nice attempt but the figure fails with QC issues.
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