Awesome Transformer, my son loves it.
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WARNING - CHOKING HAZARD - Children Under 3
Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the Transformers movie universe.
- Arriving on Earth in 1987, Dropkick disguises himself as an AMC Javelin and begins his search for Autobot criminals.
- This Studio Series 46 Deluxe Class Transformers: Bumblebee Dropkick figure converts from robot to car mode in 26 steps.
- Remove backdrop to showcase Dropkick in the Decepticon Arrival scene.
- Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco and detailed accessory.
- Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
- Transformers Toys Studio Series 46 Deluxe Class Transformers: Bumblebee Movie Dropkick Action Figure
- Ages 8 and Up
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2.50 x 6.00 x 9.12 Inches
It was a little complicated for my 10 yr old to transform, but eventually, he figured it out.
very involved and unique transformation with great details and some nice paint with a cool weapon not to mention how accurate the figure is compared to his on film look, great figure
Just got him today and love it already movie accurate down to the last detail
Amazing figure. Looks very screen accurate in both modes. Only problem I've noticed is that there's very limited tolerances during the transformation that kinda make me nervous. Still, once you get used to the transformation and the little tricks it requires, it is rewarding to transform. Also, it gets easier over time. If you've got a child who wants a challenging transformation that's also fun, this is the bot for you. And, yes, he is still more than viable as a play toy, unlike his partner Shatter. Very poseable and fun.
Don't know until it is opened. This is a Christmas gift
Increasing price for smaller bots
This is a VERY frustrating transformation process. Not a really complicated one but directions are poorly illustrated. I resorted to youtube for instructions and have been transforming for 30 years. The figure looks great with ok paint apps. The size is pretty small compared to previous movie scales used. Dropkick will be wayyy smaller than a ROTF or DOTM Barricade or Bumblebee. Lastly, the weapon. It makes me scratch my head why they are abandoning the intercompatable 3.5 mm post used from the beginning for weapons/accesories starting in G1 through the Bay-verse and even the rescuebots. The weapon supplied has a tiny nub and trough system which can only be clipped to the figure's left hand and rear in vehicle mode. It's vefy tricky/picky to attach and usually springs off on its own or as soon as you look at it the wrong way. This can be held by other characters, dropkick can't hold it in his right hand, or any other 3.5 mm weapons from all the other transformers going back. Good for a shelf display, but way to frustrating for kids and too small for what they are charging.
Too hard to transform! But it's cool to play with once it is transformed.
Impossible to transform! Dont buy!
This toy is impossible for a child or even an adult to transform into a car- it literally took all the fun out of it and made it completely aggravating because it took 45 min to finally get it- it shouldnt be so hard to transform!
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