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Star Wars 30th Anniversary Darth Vader to Death Star Transformers HUGE Figure

by Hasbro

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  • 2-in-1 toy transforms from action figure to vehicle
  • Push-activated talking and sound effects
  • Plastic construction rearranges and transforms in 25 steps
  • Includes cape, 3 weapons, 3 TIE fighters, 3 miniature figures, and 3 AAA batteries
  • Recommended for ages 5 and up
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 13.9 x 8.1 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000OMY7L2
  • Item model number: 87524
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 11 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #339,161 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

The Sith Lord strikes with his lightsaber and blaster, then uses secret morphing technology to change into the Death Star battle station and launch a devastating attack on the heroic Rebels.

Careful, your sensor can deceive you. These classic Star Wars vehicles are more than meets the eye. Your favorite heroes and villains collide in this awesome collection of mode-changing figures that are full of surprises. Death Star has two awesome battle modes - it transforms from the Death Star to Darth Vader. Features phrases, sounds and lights, different weapon sounds and launches projectile. Includes MINI-CON vehicles, Darth Vader pilot, storm trooper figures, lightsaber, projectile blaster, and instructions. Requires 3 "AAA" batteries, included. Mini-Con vehicles measures 1.25" x 1". Figures measure up to 1.5" tall.

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This Star Wars toy is definitely more than meets the eye! Teaming up Star Wars and Transformers, Hasbro has created a Darth Vader figure that morphs into the infamous Death Star space station. Recommended for ages five and up, the Star Wars Transformer Deluxe Death Star is a fun new addition to any Star Wars collection.



A push of a button prompts Darth Vader to repeat famous lines from the movies. View larger.

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The Good: Action figure with push-activated talking and sound effects

The Bad: Death Star has fragile construction

In a Nutshell: Robot toy combines Star Wars and Transformers

At a Glance

Ages: 5 and up
Requires: 3 AAA batteries (included)
2-In-1 Toy with Sound Effects
When opened up, this amazing 2-in-1 toy instantly becomes Darth Vader--wielding weapons, warriors and the force to do battle against the Rebel Alliance. With some crafty reconstruction, however, this fearsome figure becomes the equally evil, planet-destroying Death Star.

As the battle station, the toy features compartments from which TIE fighter aircrafts can fly, and in which miniature figures and Vader's detachable cape can be stored. For fighting on a smaller scale, the toy comes with three fighter planes seven "mini-figs" include and 1-inch tall versions of Darth Vader and three Storm Troopers. A translucent green missile launches from an opening in the Death Star as well as from Darth Vader's gun. Of course, Vader wouldn't be complete without his signature red Lightsaber, which generates realistic Lightsaber sound when placed in his right hand. Another button on the figure's stomach prompts famous Vader lines from the Star Wars movies.

Transforms In 25 Steps
Stars Wars and Transformers fans alike will enjoy the challenge of reconfiguring the Deluxe Death Star. It takes 25 steps to transform Darth Vader into the Death Star (and vice versa). For the first few times you take these steps, we highly recommend that you use the easy-to-follow visual instructions in the booklet -- otherwise, you might be doing a lot of back-tracking, which can be frustrating. After you've mastered the moves a few times, transforming this vehicle and figure will be a breeze.

While Darth Vader's black plastic body is sturdy, the Death Star shell is thinner, lighter and more fragile with many pivoting and rotating pieces. In general, this toy should be treated with more care than most other "boy toys." The Deluxe Death Star is fun for young kids and grown-up kids, but with small parts that could be choking hazard, it should be kept away from children under three years old.




Darth Vader can transform into a Death Star figure in 25 steps. View larger.


In addition to the large Darth Vader figure, small figures and toy aircrafts are included as well. View larger.
What's in the Box
2-in-1 Darth Vader-Death Star, cape, 3 weapons, 3 TIE fighters, 3 miniature figures, and 3 AAA batteries.

Customer Reviews

The "instructions" are written microscopically and are not much help.
A. Wharton
It took my husband at least 45 minutes to unbox and try transforming it into the death star.
Average consumer
Then you go back and put the popped off piece back in place another one pops off.
J. Kaminski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Certain on December 26, 2007
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I agree with all the other reviewers that it's very hard to get it to transform from Darth Vader into the Death Star. I would be stunned if any 6-year-old (my son's age) is able to assemble it having seen somebody else do it, to say nothing of trying to get it from the instructions.

Nevertheless, it's pretty cool once it's in Death Star mode. My son isn't too excited about the Darth Vader mode, but he has been playing with it some as the Death Star. I don't think it's going to keep his attention for too long, though. I'm still marveling at the feat of engineering creating this thing must have been (difficulty of assembly notwithstanding).

While the transformer itself seems very solid, the accessories are not so well constructed. The laser beam and light saber are both very easily bent, and the tie fighters are also pretty soft plastic. As for the arm pieces coming off, I'm not sure that isn't by design (same with the feet, which, at least to me, look like space ships).

For all of you still struggling to put it together, here are some written tips:

* Make sure that his legs are folded all the way up. The trigger for the gun (which is placed between his legs) needs to be activated by pushing his head forward once the Death Star is assembled.
* Make sure to pull the spring-loaded section on his back all the way out. It should click into place. I didn't do this at first and it's impossible to assemble if you don't.
* After the legs are folded up and the bottom cap has been swung into place, start at the back spring-loaded section and snap pieces into place, moving around to the front -- first one side and then the other. Leave the two top sections (the ones with the little doors to reveal Darth's head) for last.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A. Wharton on October 27, 2007
I am at wits end trying to assemble this guy into "Death Star" mode. The "instructions" are written microscopically and are not much help. I have tried to do it three times with my overly excited son watching each time. Failed again. I need a drink!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Klebe on January 7, 2008
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My 8 yr. old son really wanted this toy as well as a Star Wars Lego set. After spending several hours with him constructing his 471 piece Lego Imperial Land Cruiser we were both happy and satisfied. The toy had several working parts including gears and weapons that fire. On the other hand this Transformer is nearly impossible to "transform" completely. At some point when trying to get it into the Death Star form you just want to brute force it into place. Almost 2 weeks after Christmas this Transformer has not been played with much and the Lego craft has seen lots of play time. It is not a matter of skill or following directions - the transformer toys just don't transform well. Trying to transform these toys will try your child's patience while Legos will reward their ability to stay with the activity.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 28, 2007
WOW THIS IS HARD TO TRANSFORM THE FIRST TIME!!!!!!!!!! but after about four times ive goten pretty good! the robot looks amazing! hes huge and awesome! my favorate chistmas gift this year! the lightsaber lights up and makes sounds! he talks too! and his little figures are sweet! he gos great with the han and chewbacca transformers! theres only one thing to say now.....AWESOOOOOOOOOOOOOMEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Nethercutt on January 23, 2008
Yes, this almost drove me to drink!! Getting the death star created is a royal pain. Thanks to Andrew for his helpful hints review. A few more suggestions. Mine went along pretty well until I got to the arm pieces.

*Vader's arms need to be close to his side. I put the pieces on his biceps in first. Make sure his hands are turned thumbs up and pushed down as far as possible. The other piece (the hinged piece) should fold in without much resistance. If it doesn't slide flush, look in through the top (Vader's head) and you can see if his hands are in the way.

*On the pieces above the missle launcher, there are some connectors that swivel. You don't need them, but make sure they are pointed down and out of the way.

*With the final 2 pieces, the one on the left has to go on first (if you are looking at the back of the toy (part with the battery compartment)).

Good Luck and May the Force be with you (but not too much force or it'll break apart).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Hope on December 30, 2007
anyone familiar with transformers will know that while neat that they transform from one shape to another, they are not always easy to change. This one is no exception. After 10 minutes of turning vader into death star, I gave up. It's not that it is hard to figure out, it's just that the pieces don't want to go together. So we have either Vader, or a cracked up Death Star. My son was disappointed in that, and has not played with the toy since then.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. Marie Barnard on January 7, 2008
We purchased this as a Christmas gift for my six year old Star Wars and Transformer fanatic. He loves it and has played with it more than most of his other presents. It is difficulty to transform into the death star but that has only increased his interest in it - he spent over an hour working on it before he asked for some final help to finish the transforming. Overall, a great toy for a kid who loves this stuff!
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