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|Alt Mode||Race Car|
ToyGeek code: ZEX03JAZZY-WHITE
Zeta's 3rd Party Figures focus on making highly detailed 3rd Party figures available in Masterpiece and other scales, with good articulation and poseability. They also feature improved designs on fan favorite characters and use advanced engineering techniques to bring a high quality figure to the market
Start your Zeta Collection today with EX-03 Jazzy White Version. Add this highly sought after piece to your collection today at Toygeek, your source for 3rd Party collectible transforming figures.
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2 out of 5 stars overall
June 13, 2019
Yes, it is a brural transformation.
Looks great for display. Heavy guy stays put. Open space on inside of forearm and unpainted visor are my only complaints.
Happy with the price and looks good on my shelf.
March 27, 2019
Pelvis split in two on 1st transformation.
February 22, 2019
I love how this figure looks. The posability is great and the accessories are fun.
Down to business...
If you like getting traumatized by transforming your figure this one is a MUST. I won't be transforming it again. Ever.
February 08, 2019
I bought this guy for a friend that wanted my Toyworld Jazz after I showed it to him. We were both glad that this figure is EXACTLY like my Toyworld figure. I know some of you guys wanted some difference between the two like in the pictures, but if you Google search what happened with Toyworld and this figure youâ€™ll understand why they donâ€™t make him anymore.
This Jazzy figure was PERFECT CONDITION out of the box so my buddy and I are happy and I definitely recommend this figure to anyone that wanted the Toyworld version but missed out on it.
November 29, 2018
This is a great looking bot to have if you donâ€™t plan on transforming him. The transformation is complex, but not in a fun way, itâ€™s just really tough moving pieces through each other. And it really feels like that is what you are doing. It is incredibly difficult to get everything to compact enough and squeeze together to get all the tabs to fit. And the paint really suffers because of this. Mine has big black holes in the beautiful white paint, and little white flecks all over that have rubbed off. Personally I donâ€™t like just setting up a figure and not transforming it, so this was a disappointment for me.
Grand junction, CO
April 13, 2018
I had bought the original Toyworld release of this item and there were pieces that were easily broken around the hip skirt ( one of the ball socket arms was frozen and would not move into proper alignment without breaking ). So I picked up the Zeta toys version because I really liked the look of the figure. However when I was transforming it, the pelvis split in two. I opted to cobble the two figures together to make one working piece, but when you were paying this much money for these items, I feel that is something I should not have to do. I have enjoyed the other figures from Zeta toys but this one was disappointing.
April 11, 2018
Got the Bounceback version of Maketoys Downbeat, then decided to go with Zeta's version of Jazzy to get a different company's experience. Turned out to be a crappy, not fun one. Maketoys version of the character is fun to play with and transformation is fun and complex but not frustrating to wits end. Same can't be said of Zeta Jazzy. Transformation is too complicated and not one that I'd be able to do without using instructions everytime, there's no clearance for getting the arms folded up into the car mode, car mode panels don't line up together very well and some parts are near impossible to get back out when going from vehicle to robot, even when using tools to help. Only good thing about Jazzy is the paint job for all the racing emblems and blue and red striping. If you're looking for a good toy of Jazz, avoid Zeta Toys Jazzy like the Insecticon plague and stick with Maketoys Downbeat or Bounceback.
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
February 23, 2018
Figure falls apart easily on the shoulder area. The nails arenâ€™t long enough and the transformation to car mode is basically impossible. Zeta dropped the ball on this one.
February 17, 2018
The pictures that Zeta Toys released show painted blue hip skirts and visor. Even the collectors card inside shows the same thing. However, the figure does not have any new paint and is exactly the same as the Toyworld Coolsville. The instructions are extremely cheap and poorly made. This is basically the same figure as Toyworld Coolsville but a bit cheaper packaging and instructions. I am disappointed that Zeta Toys would falsely advertise this figure with these pictures!!
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