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Transformers Reveal the Shield Deluxe Class Special Ops Jazz


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  • Press the button to reveal this figure?s robot allegiance and then prepare him for a battle
  • Your Special Ops Jazz figure is dedicated to destroying any opponent and his deployable speakers and blaster will help you two get the job done
  • If robot combat turns into a car chase, convert your warrior into street rally vehicle mode and send him racing off to rule the road
  • Figure comes with blaster
  • Battle-ready robot-to-vehicle figure converts from robot mode with speakers that deploy to street rally vehicle mode ? and back again
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 7.5 x 12 inches ; 5.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0045WRNXG
  • Item model number: 25959
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,577 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Autobot Jazz falls in love with every world he visits. The tiniest hint of alien culture is enough to fascinate him for hours. His ability to immerse himself in a new civilization makes him an ideal undercover agent - he blends in with the environment, absorbing every bit of data he can, and looks for the anomaly that tells him Decepticons are present. Turn the tables on enemy forces when you throw this warrior into the fight! Press the button to reveal this figure's robot allegiance and then prepare him for a battle. Your Special Ops Jazz figure is dedicated to destroying any opponent and his deployable speakers and blaster will help you two get the job done. If robot combat turns into a car chase, convert your warrior into street rally vehicle mode and send him racing off to rule the road. The figure comes with a blaster.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 2.8 (L) x 7.5 (W) x 12 (H)
  • Age: 5 years and up

From the Manufacturer

Autobot Jazz falls in love with every world he visits. The tiniest hint of alien culture is enough to fascinate him for hours. His ability to immerse himself in a new civilization makes him an ideal undercover agent – he blends in with the environment, absorbing every bit of data he can, and looks for the anomaly that tells him Decepticons are present.

Customer Reviews

I grew up with Transformers G1 and Jazz was always my favorite.
Aaron
The actual robot mode is at least as cool as the car mode, maybe even better, since he is so poseable in bot mode.
SHANEHAi
Other than wishing there was a few more paint details, this is still a very good figure.
Vincent

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Ram on December 16, 2010
I'm starting to get into the newer retro-style Transformers, and bought "Special Ops" Jazz and "Turbo" Tracks together. They're under the "Reveal The Shield" banner, meaning their symbol has to be "rubbed" (actually, just heated up) to show their faction. Other than that, these toys are basically a continuation of the Classics and Generations lines.

I'll make brief points about Jazz here. He's a pretty good figure except for a few annoyances.

+Looks great in either "street rally" car mode or robot mode, both retaining some of the g1 toys' styling
+Speakers look great and can be deployed outside of windows in car mode, outside of door "wings" in robot mode, or clipped around gun
+Rolls really well, better than most classics
+Rear spoiler moves up and down (not sure why)
+Cool head reveal (move hood/chest down and the head rotates up)
+The usual good articulation, including big feet for stability
+Balljointed head has a nice range of movement (can look down and slightly up)
+Forearms are killer and go well with his gun

-Limited paint apps, including a bland rear end in car mode (rear window, tail lights and exhaust pipes are unpainted) and robot mode in mostly white, grey and black plastic
-Autobot symbol is on his roof but ends up on his back (I moved it to the front of the hood so you can see it in robot mode)
-Head is a bit small - looks undersized compared to Sunstreaker
-Lower legs look strange and can be difficult to transform (shins are flaps connected to springs)
-Chest and head plate don't tab or lock into anything, so you have to hold them when you move his arms (the biggest problem with the figure)
-Can be annoying trying to get his hood back in place (so the doors close all the way) going back to car mode
-What's up with the frown...he's Jazz and should be smiling, or at least smirking!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SHANEHAi on February 2, 2012
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I know that many of the more "hard core" Transformers collectors out there have some issue with the differences in the paint apps from the original 80's toy version, but myself, personally, I think Hasbro actually did a really good rendition for us with this release of Jazz. Sure, they released him in what amounts to an unnecessary line (Reveal the Shield) rather than the regular Generations line, where he should have been (along with Bumblebee, Prime, Perceptor, Turbo Tracks, Seaspray, Grappel, and Tailgate, along with the Legends Class Megatron, Starscream, Optimus, etc.,), but that is a minor thing really. The main thing is that we at least got a Jazz along with a few others to continue rounding out our Generations stuff, so I can overlook a slightly different paint job than he originally had with his decaling applications.

As for the figure itself, Hasbro has done a terrific job on the alternate (car) mode and just as well, if not better, with his robot mode. Like I said before, I know some aren't pleased with the new paints on this Jazz, but given that we have the fans who want their toys strictly 80's toy version, fans who want them strictly cartoon version or even strictly comics style versions, there is just no way to please ALL of us with one version and it isn't cost effective for Hasbro to release so many variant versions (which would cost us all more if the scalpers get to them in stores before the collectors do). I think Hasbro has at least done a very solid blending of those versions to create one really good version that is close enough to be a tribute to all of them at once without costing us out the whazzoo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By I. Ling on June 19, 2011
Being a collector of Transformers Classics since the line started in 2006, I have wondered since the start why a key character like Jazz hadn't been included. So when he was finally announced as part of the continuation of the line labelled as 'Reveal the Shield', I eagerly anticipated opening the package at last!

Firstly, most fans will consider the Generations, Universe 2010, and now Reveal the Shield to be continuations of Classics, as the styling is remains classic G1. Jazz is no exception, down to his color scheme & number '4'. Toy engineering continues to improve however, and he is better than most early classics - the transformation is complicated, joints are nice & tight, and he even has deployable speakers that come with a nice chrome paint. The car design hides the seams quite nicely, and the spoiler is adjustable for a little extra value. The robot mode is beaut with great articulation, including waist rotation which is not always present in Deluxe models.

Negatives? The white plastic would be the main gripe for most, as it's a little plain - more paint would've helped particularly at the rear, the rims, and at the front grille. He doesn't have ankle swivels so there's really only a limited way to pose his legs with the feet flat. And... the transform may be a bit too complicated for some children - specifically getting the speakers to fold back in.

Overall, despite some minor negatives, Jazz is a most welcome addition to the Classics/Generations/Universe line-up!
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