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ToyGeek code: TW-BURDEN
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5 out of 5 stars overall
Winter park, FL
November 16, 2016
Figure came in perfectly and well packaged. Joints are a little tight but overall a solid figure.
Laguna hills, CA
September 02, 2016
I really enjoyed transforming this toy. It is nicely detailed. I bought the whole lot to make Devestator. A great homage to the original G1 toys. Considering each one is on par with a masterpiece toy, and is roughly the same size and detail. The price is not as expensive as one thinks.
Bossier city, LA
June 11, 2016
i chose toyworld's version because of mixmaster and long haul; all the other long hauls had a horrible robot mode; this guy is the best of both; he has a fun but challenging transformation with awesome engeneering; I gave him 4 stars because mine came with 2 left thighs; its more of an eye sore than anything; but even without the heel spurs you can still pose him and stand him up. wheels are rubber and soft and no issues transforming them
May 31, 2016
While TW-C03 Burden, Toyworld's version of Long Haul, feels small when in vehicle mode, he stands to scale with the others in the Constructor line while in bot mode.
Speaking of bot mode, some have talked about the transformation hinges for the rear wheels being too fragile, but I haven't had any issues with transformation in this regard.
There are some clever things done here, like the way the shoulder joints come together in bot mode that have some impressive range of motion while feeling sturdy.
The look feels very G1 inspired with enough modernization to make him look like more of a force. Ratchets and joints all feel tight and, again, provide excellent range of motion. My only gripe, and one that has been shared by others so far, are the lack of heel spurs for greater balance; my hope is that Toyworld will make and provide a kit to address this issue.
As far as combiner mode goes, I like the idea of an all-in-one figure without the need for extra parts when transforming between modes, however, the choice to have a separate hip/torso section seems like a good call here; it's made for a better bot mode and a beefier, more accurate Devastator mode.
Burden (Long Haul) is a fantastic figure and is a great complement to any Masterpiece themed collection. I am very happy with this purchase, and feel it deserves a 5 star rating as some creative posing helps counteract the lack of heel spurs, the one negative for me with this figure.
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