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|Alt Mode||Race Car|
ToyGeek code: MX13CRACK
X-transbots Monolith Combiner series features 4 sports cars and one semi-truck each called the Berserkars that all combine together to form the Mighty Monolith! Their Berserkar Team is ready to cause havoc on the good guys and when combined their Monolith combiner is approximately Masterpiece scaled. Note each Berserkars team member sold separately.
X-transbots figure lines feature modern manufacturing process that makes their figures affordable while maintaining high quality and solid construction. Built from a combination of ABS plastic, nylon and rubber for the tires, most figures also contain some type of diecast parts and feature clear windows for their alternate modes. Updated G1 color schemes and great articulation/ratcheting of joints make these figures visually spectacular.
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5 out of 5 stars overall
Virginia beach, VA
May 02, 2022
Very nice version of Breakdown!
May 06, 2020
Really love the Monolith series as a whole, and this is no exception. The figure is nice and beefy with a cool transformation. The only thing that I would wish for was bigger limb bots, in the 8 in range. However, there size surely keeps there price down, so it's not all bad in that regard. Plus they look better fighting the Autobot cars.
April 14, 2020
Car mode is cool but kinda of white
East setauket, new york
December 27, 2019
Great figure, very heavy, great quality. Awesome car and robot mode. Very poseable.
August 12, 2019
Color is kinda yikes but overall a nice figure. Looking forward to getting the rest.
June 22, 2019
Great figure, order with 2 others. Can't wait for the rest of them!
April 17, 2019
Excellent quality, if only the original was like this one
February 23, 2019
I really wish I could just ding him half a star, but here we are. Good ol' Breakdown is quite solid for what X-Transbots is asking for him. He's got a couple little quirks that made his transformation a bit irritating like his knees' slide-in section having a notch cut out for a piece to slide through that you can't see normally for example. But he's still quite solid in his vehicle and robot forms both, and his beige isn't as dark as some videos and screenshots portray him as.
Past that the only real ding is his shoulders. The backside of his wheels have a little black ring of plastic which has a notch cut out for the backpack to sit in when in robot mode. Problem is that the notch doesn't give you basically any forward space without either bending the backpack out of the way or ratcheting his shoulder out a couple notches. It's not insanely problematic, it just limits some of his poseability is all. The back of his head is also quite flat (it's actually a panel that can be flipped up to unscrew his faceplate), but what are the odds you'll be staring at that side of him?
November 28, 2018
X Transbots really hit it out of the park on this one. Looks like the cartoon and is very solid. No issues on transformation and figure looks fantastic beside MP-36.
September 14, 2018
Buying Crackup was a gamble for me as I am new to this whole world of third party transformers. My first purchase was Fans Toys Apache and his heft and overall design made me feel like I was getting a good value. I thought perhaps I would not stray away from Fans Toys but... Iâ€™m a sucker for Combiners and I appreciate G1 accuracy. So, I took a shot in the dark and dropped the coin on my first X-Transbot.
It is true that Crackup (and hopefully the rest of the Beserkars as well) is not as expensive as some other 3rd party bots but he is still a decent amount of money for most folks. The price is certainly significant enough for me to have high expectations. After shipping, Iâ€™m into this guy for $70 ish. Is he worth it? Eh...
Look, some of the joints feel like they will eventually break. In fact, his right arm has already come apart at the shoulder. It was at a spot that does plug back together but seems that it may wear out. The feet are completely dependent on some frighteningly fragile feeling plastic. Like someone else mentioned, the clear plastic covering the car-mode head lights fell off the very first time out of the box. The color is close, mine appears more flesh-toned than the neutral tan that it should be. The transformation instructions are impossibly small (skip them and look up a video on YouTube) but once youâ€™ve transformed him once or twice, itâ€™s fun and intuitive. BUT again, I get the feeling that if I play with him too much, heâ€™ll be busted soon. That would be a huge bummer. There are some pieces, like his backpack, that in robot mode that feel like they really werenâ€™t figured out and there are many gaps and empty spaces.
THAT BEING SAID: Crackup is fun! He can hold many dynamic poses, and the overall sculpt of the character is amazing. Both his alt-mode and his robot-mode are fantastic and his transformation is well engineered. If you are a collector who just puts these expensive toys on a shelf, then this is a total winner. If, like me, youâ€™re still a kid who now wants to buy really cool transformers that you can actually play with... well, the jury is still out. Iâ€™ll let you know how long it takes before mine breaks! I like this thing, really I do. It is not perfect, but it is good enough that I will buy the rest of the team as long as the price stays similar. Iâ€™m giving Crackup 3 stars simply because there is room for improvement on some things. This figure is a nice balance between G1 accuracy and playability. (As long as it doesnâ€™t break!)
June 13, 2018
Got Crackup yesterday and left is he a beaut, intuitive transformation, good profile and build. I'm hoping they don't stay from this quality and g1 feel like UT bruticus, keep upthe good work X-transbots
June 12, 2018
Such a fine-looking car mode! A good balance of diecast in the right places. Spot on G1 likeness to the cartoon. Transformation is not too complex, and enjoyable. Keep it up, xtransbots!
June 10, 2018
Can't complain about this guy. He is exactly as advertised. Feels better than most ko tfs on the market. Not as solid as Sunstreaker, but few are. Car is slightly more narrow. That is my only "gripe" about him. Other than that he is well worth the $40. Very wide range of articulation for pretty great posing, outside the limited range of the feet. Doesn't have to stand in a stiff pose, though. Very happy with him. I hope the plastic quality is a new standard for them. Critical parts being die cast is great. Very heavy for his size.
June 10, 2018
Well done, X-Transbots!ï»¿ Great quality for the price! I know Iâ€™m in the minority in saying the color is fine. Itâ€™s on par with the cartoon and g1 toy and I canâ€™t wait to see how the rest turnout. 3rd party companies canâ€™t please everyone. Once the set is complete, I hope peopleâ€™s opinions change on this not-Breakdown.
June 07, 2018
Solid figure, nice glossy in car mode. Transforming is
Not difficult. The articulation is amazing.
Port angeles, WA
June 07, 2018
This figure is great! He is a great deal for his price. He is heavy and sturdy. The transformation is great and he fits perfectly with the masterpiece scale.
June 05, 2018
No fancy re-imagining, no super-streamlined made-up vehicles, no overly-bulky, indulgent designs. A faithful G1, show-accurate representation of the Stunticons has been long overdue, and this first release did not disappoint.
I was taken aback at first by the decision to have the car an ivory, almost cream colour, instead of white. Breakdown's earliest animation models were indeed ivory, but it looks a bit strange next to his stark white chest. This is not really a complaint, as it's the accuracy that I asked for.
His transformation is a bit complicated, and the instructions are printed too small to offer much reprieve. Once you get it that first time, however, it's pretty intuitive.
The only problem I had was that both of the clear plastic headlight covers fell out almost immediately after opening the package. Not a big deal for me, as a spot of glue is hardly impossible to apply. I can forgive little things like that without effort, as XTB doesn't have a Hasbro/Takara-sized budget.
This is my first XTB figure, and I know for a fact that I'll be purchasing at least 4 more. If the rest of the Berserkars follow suit, I will be one happy fanboy.
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