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ToyGeek code: MMC-PS06TERRAEGIS
Next up in MMC's Ocular Max Perfection Series is Terraegis! Terraegis is MP scaled and features: Incentive :PS-01 Sphinx's battle mask head, shoulder launcher(optional as arm cannnon) x 2, foreshield projector (mounted to shoulder or behind head), instructions, bio card, tech spec decoder Bot height: 8" (20 cm) tall in robot mode. chest is collapsible for toon accuracy, or widened for a retro look.
PS-06 Terraegis stands at a mighty 8.7 tall, is scaled to masterpiece size, and transforms from Truck to robot and back. PS-06 Terraegis transforms easily and every part of the figure features durable plastic construction and remarkably smooth articulation.
Don't miss out on this amazing figure and pick up your Ocular Max PS-06 Terraegis today from Toygeek—your one stop shop for your 3rd Party collecting needs.
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4 out of 5 stars overall
June 01, 2020
This Transformers of the G1 is super detailed with telling you that trea the stirrups an infinity of details
I everything that is bought and I have been very satisfied and I have never been bad on the contrary My respects to TF Source
May 11, 2020
In my opinion it's the perfect representation of the G1 toon!
March 15, 2020
Very mixed thoughts on this one. I go for robot mode cartoon accuracy and one you get him to robot mode he looks great.
- The plastic feels a little thin/brittle in some spots, and while he's got some diecast, more couldn't hurt.
- Mine had some extremely tight joints when transforming, particularly the mid-section where you collapse the upper torso and leg section together; i honestly thought it was going to break forcing it together.
- Getting the back of the legs to fold together properly and tab in was a complete chore, and where the engineering fails on this figure. For this reason I will never again be transforming it.
- It doesn't have a ton of paint, its not a deal breaker for me, they cut some corners here.
- The alt mode looks exactly like it should, the rubber tires are great, looks spot on.
- The robot mode, again, looks exactly like it should. I particularly like how the chest collapses slightly on the sides to give him a more slender look. He fits right in on the season 1 shelf.
- From the side he has a pretty low profile, even with the truck cap, he doesn't have a giant backpack.
- The optional parts to make it more show or more G1 toy accurate as a nice touch.
I have a collecting rule...if I'm spending the $ and I don't absolutely love it, it gets sold. I got the badcube version and its transformation (particularly the knees and backpack) was hot garbage and it was sold. I wanted so bad for this to be the answer, but the transformation was really off-putting. At $100 i expect a little better.
September 20, 2019
This is a awesome representation of Trailbreaker from the G1 toon. Well put together with tons of accessories
October 11, 2018
I really wanted to like this guy. He looks great, he feels great, even the transformation is very interesting! However, I was having a hard time with it because of the amount of flimsiness. His waist is very weak, his legs are weak in the hips. The ab crunch is weak in such a way that he just hunches over all the time in a pose. I really wanted to love it more, but he really does more for me as a truck than a robot. Sometimes even if it looks really nice and the plastic quality seems sturdy, there can be issues. It's really unfortunate.
September 20, 2018
This is my first purchase of a Perfection Series character, and I'll be hesitant about future purchases.
I'm sad to have not understood the unclear unlocking instruction and to have a character that looks great but is now damaged.
It's a great-looking character when posed, but:
-It has die-cast parts, but it isn't a robust build.
-In truck mode, there is a loose wheel due to a bad wheel lock.
-In Step 5 of the instructions, leg lock is hard to understand. I broke off the rear right wheel and its body panel as a result trying to figure out a different leverage point for the leg.
-Wheels on legs are held only with two small plastic hinges.
-The right cab window fell off while transforming. It was easily put back on.
-The left cab window seems glued-in unlike the right one.
-The left cab window joint was so stiff that it seemed glued as well; I stress-fractured the window getting the joint to move.
Transform with extreme care!
October 08, 2017
The transform is fiddly and there are parts that are EASY to break.
Great robot mode.
August 11, 2017
As my first third party figure, I made the decision to choose a model based on my first ever Transformer. I did my research to compare similar builds and ultimately settling on the Ocular Max Terraegis.
I was very pleased with the quality of the build and materials at first feel. The bits of cast iron used are well balanced. However, the transformation was a little difficult to start not knowing the strength of the figure.
Unfortunately, I found out about the discoloration between the bed cap and body blacks after ordering. As well as the knowing the dull grey plastic was used on arms and legs in place of silver. For me these are overall non-issues as the figure is a fantastic entry into my masterpiece collection.
Redondo beach, California
April 30, 2017
This figure edged out its main competitor because of the simple option to make his torso look slimmer. Would give 5 stars if weren't for QC issue with one of the hands.
Cedar falls, IA
March 10, 2017
This is a great figure! I don't get all the hate. Its way less complicated to transform than other 3rd party Trailbreakers! Looks like he stepped on the screen right to your shelf. Fits in perfectly in your MP collection. The transformation is easy and repeatable as well as enjoyable! Great Figure! Great Price!
March 10, 2017
It would seem that QC was an issue with this guy. A lot of people seem to have different issues. For me, the only problem I had was that the rear tires don't tab in well, so if you roll him, then the hinges will eventually splay out and the legs will drag. This is my first MMC figure. While it didn't turn me off to them, it certainly didn't make me excited to grab a bunch more. The look is great and he is hefty. He holds together pretty well in robot mode, which is where he will remain for the most part in my display.
Mount laurel, NJ
February 13, 2017
I would like to start off by saying this is my 8th product from MMC. The quality of this product falls short of their previous offerings.
The feet wobble and do not stay in place.
The windows fall off when transformed. CONSTANTLY!
The peg for the hinge for the leg transformation is too thin. It was thinner than the lead in a pencil, and about as strong. One is already broken.
The hands are a pain to get out. The weapons are made with some of the flimsiest plastic ever. While attempt to remove the back of a weapon, it too broke off in my hand.
The plugs to attach weapons in robot more are too big to fit in the slots.
In closing this is will be my final MMC figure until they show me they can do better. The product feels like it was rushed to beat Fantoys version.
Gold coast, queensland
January 10, 2017
Interesting transformation, looks good in robot mode,
Rather bland finish , a dull black , grey,black colour in places.
Screaming out for some glossy black paint apps to really make the figure "Pop"
Hardly any Die Cast in this one either, compared to
MMC BackDraft. 3.5 stars...
January 10, 2017
I can't say I was ever an especially huge fan of Trailbreaker in Transformers G1, but he was cool enough, I did have the original figure as a kid, and he was a part of the season 1 cast.
This figure is an excellent representation of that character's look in both modes, and like other Ocular Max MMC figures, it strikes an excellent balance of original toy and cartoon accuracy, fitting in with official MP figures perfectly.
Transformation can be a bit fiddly with the panels that have to line up and come together just right, but it isn't too complex. He has lots of accessories so you can make him more G1 cartoon or toy accurate depending on your preference, but there are some tiny parts to keep up with as a result.
I can't really imagine a much better version coming out for a very long time.
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