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ToyGeek code: SS-DELUXE-DINO
Studio Series Transformers are the perfect gift or collection starter for the casual fan. Available in Deluxe, Voyager, and Leader Classes with traditional colors, they’re the perfect blending of movie specs and designs with classic coloring and will look good in any collection.
Manufactured to the highest quality standards by Hasbro, each Studio Series Transformer is a high quality representation of the characters we’ve all come to know and love. They’re easy to transform, feature a few awesome accessories per character and are scaled to reflect their actual film size. With awesome articulation, customization and solid construction, Studio Series Transformers are sure to last for a long time whether you display or decide to take them out of their packaging and stage a movie-themed Transformers battle of your own.
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Transformers Studio Series SS-71 Autobot Dino in his backdrop removable display!
Transformers Studio Series SS-71 Deluxe Autobot Dino is very posable with this blade weapon accessories!
Transformers Studio Series SS-71 Deluxe Autobot Dino in his sports car alt mode!
4 out of 5 stars overall
May 07, 2021
Awesome piece for the collection
April 28, 2021
I'm not criticizing this store at all, just this model. Its a pain to transform (good luck clicking the car doors in completely), it can't roll because the bot's chest sticks out of the bottom like a giant tumor, and out of three different toys not a single one had a good paintjob on the face (you'd think it would be difficult to make a robot look inbred but whoever's responsible for painting these did a real doozy of a job). Its extremely shoddy too. After two transformations, a lot of parts just lost all friction and started swinging around like bags of broken bones. Out of the Transformers toys I have had over the past few decades, this one caused more pain than any other. Its cursed plastic.
April 18, 2021
I'm so glad to have this guy in my collection. As most collectors probably know, Hasbro couldn't acquire the Ferrari license. So, the alt mode is obviously not quite what we saw in the film. There was nothing Hasbro could do legally to fix this. However, the robot mode is definitely film accurate. He looks so good, like he's ready to take on some Dreads. The transformation is a bit fiddly. As with a lot of movie figures, the car shell basically folds out over the robot and you have to line up and tab bits into place without knocking other stuff out of place. It take s a bit of doing, but it's doable. The only thing I don't like about the alt mode is that the robot mode feet hang down and stick out a bit from under the doors, they also hinder rolling if they're not perfectly in place. Also, for people who don't like this sort of thing, let it be known that he has 3 different colors of red. But, none of those few minor negatives will ruin my enjoyment of this figure. I'm just glad to have this guy in my Studio Series collection.
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