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ToyGeek code: Y03SWORDER
Y-03 Sworder stands 8.7 inches tall in robot mode and scales to other figures from Unique Toys and to other Masterpiece scaled figures. Unique Toys Figures are fully transformable, offer a high attention to detail, and are highly articulated, with figures made of high quality ABS plastic and some even include die-cast parts.
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5 out of 5 stars overall
August 28, 2016
He is a triple changer. He looks cool in every mode. And above all, his transformation is just too beautiful and awesome! Also, every part is locked securely. Actually, I had to adjust his arms a little. But after I did that, I don't see any gap anymore. His joints are properly tight. He is just so perfect for me! :)
Royal oak, MI
June 30, 2016
I collect Transformers because I like transforming them. Looks are secondary. So when a lot of people called this guy a Weinermobile and reviewers said the transformation was a living nightmare, I was intrigued.
In hand, yes, it is incredibly difficult. This feels like the final exam for every changing robot toy I've ever had. It's like if ROTF Leader Prime and a Rubik's Cube had a baby. It rivals getting the Fansproject Stunticons all combined up. But I love it. Because it feels like an accomplishment. The robot is stunningly kibbleless. The copter is a sleek torpedo. The car is this tortoiselike tank that looks like it could shrug off ICBM hits. Plus, these tabs and hinges are SNUG. Once it's in any mode, it's locked there rock solid.
Best of all for me is the transformation. Going to robot or copter modes is pretty logical and smart, but the car mode is insane brilliance. It's like the whole thing explodes into shards that all reassemble in impossible places as to where they were before. The robot's shoulder epaulettes are also the car's side-view mirrors and two tiny panels in copter mode that make the bottom perfectly flush. How The #@&%!?!?
WARNING THOUGH: All my satisfaction only came once I'd modded this toy. In the instructions, it shows the yellow forearm parts sliding further back than they actually can. This needs to be fixed. As shipped, it is just barely possible to get the copter and car modes together, but it's stressing the tabs terribly. I unscrewed the forearms and carved out a chunk of one of the screw channels, so the tiny square black peg could fully move forward. I also shaved down the edge where the elbow joint slides in. I may do a video about this, because once I'd done these mods everything fit together good and flush. It's a shame that, with so much genius engineering going on in this toy, they messed up a pretty crucial part. (The instructions are pretty unclear too.) I hope this mod will become common knowledge so more TF fans will be able to brag, "I actually transformed Unique Toys Sworder!"
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