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Wall-E Transforming Wall-E

by Wall-E

Price: $249.95 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Transform Wall E from a cube to fully pose-able robot in seconds with awesome press ?n pop action
  • Press separate buttons release wheels, arms and head during transformation.
  • Press wheels together and press down on Wall E, gently press arms into body and head down into body
  • Freewheeling action
  • Flip front panel down to reveal trash image
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Wall-E Transforming Wall-E + Wall-E (Single-Disc Edition)
Price for both: $261.70

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 9.5 x 8.5 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018M5TD2
  • Item model number: 60241
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,124 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

WALL•E quickly transforms from cube to fully poseable figure in seconds, ready to clean up the world.

From the Manufacturer

Transforming Wall-E can transform Wall E from a cube to fully pose-able robot in seconds with awesome press ‘n pop action. Press and separate buttons and release wheels, arms and head during transformation and to reverse process, press wheels together and press down on Wall E, gently press arms into body and head down into body. It features with a freewheeling action and has a flip front panel down to reveal trash image.

Customer Reviews

Simple toy, simple fun.
WK Barley
Don't believe the dimensions given for the product.
John Pfeiffer
We're so glad we invested.
M. Magana

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By C. Leon on July 27, 2008
Of all the different versions of Wall-e, I tried to convince my 6-year-old son to get one of the small action figures because he could get more characters for his Wall-E budget, but he wanted one of the big ones. And even though he saw that there was a choice between this one, the RC version and the one that interacts, as soon as he saw that this one transformed into a box he HAD to have it. Since it was the least expensive I thew in the clean-up M-O toy, too, so Wall-E would have a pal. It's been a few weeks now and Wall-E hasn't left my son's side, not even at bedtime. He talks to him, he acts out scenes from the movie (we bought the soundtrack, too, which helps with that), and he CONSTANTLY opens and closes him. So I know the toy is rugged because it's gone through some serious play tests! My son doesn't mind that there aren't bells, whistles, beeps -- or even that the treads aren't as big as they are on the "real" Wall-E. And I like that, too -- he gets to use his imagination instead of the toy doing everything for him.

It's eyes can wiggle a bit for different expressions, his "head" turns around, his arms move open and up and down and there are wheels on the bottom of the treads (the treads don't really turn. The front panel opens to reveal a picture of crushed garbage and other than that it has non-moving parts that are reminiscent of the "real" Wall-E (like the play/record/stop buttons, even though they don't move). So it's a great representation of the movie character. We purchased it for about $20 retail and it was worth every penny.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Poythress on June 7, 2009
Amazing how expensive this toy is getting. Very easy to operate, my 2.5 yr. old can do it. You can manipulate wall-E's eyes, fingers, and legs, very much like he moved in the movie. A great toy if you love the movie, or even if you haven't seen it. A+++ Toy!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. B. Vaughn on December 1, 2008
When I purchased this for my 3 year old son about 4 months ago, I didn't expect for it to last more than 2 months. He is very tough on toys, but everything that can pop off (head, arms, and hands) easily pop right back into place. These parts don't normally pop off easily on their own, but when they do, it is very easy to fix.

My son takes this toy with him everywhere and he too sleeps with it. He has to really mash the head and "feet" in order to transform Wall-E into a cube...but like I said before...this toy can take abuse!!

If your child loves Wall-E and dishes out tough love, then this toy is for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 23, 2011
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Both of my sons had been begging for this toy when they saw it at a Toys R Us store last summer. I don't drop $25 on an impulse toy buy, so I told them we'd wait and get it later. I wanted to judge just how much they REALLY liked the toy. They mentioned it at least once a week all the way up to Christmas, but of course Toys R Us was out of them by that time. Thank goodness Amazon had them, it made their Christmas! They haven't stopped playing with them and even sleep with them. His head, arms and "feet" fold into his body just like in the movie. Push one button and his head pops out, another button releases his arms and another his "feet." Watch out for the hole where his neck is, my 3 year old daughter put a penny in it and it wouldn't come out. It also kept Wall-e from folding up. I had to unscrew the back and VERY carefully take it off (all of the springs that make his limbs pop out are in there, don't want to lose those!), get the penny out and then put him back together. THAT wound up being the hardest part. If you DO have to take him apart, be sure you get the lever in the back right, otherwise he won't pop out. The back will screw on and it will seem OK until you try to push the lever. I wound up having to take the back off again twice to get the lever right. Seems like they could have put some kind of shield there to keep things from going in, or made his trash compactor door open to the inside, or something...

But my kids REALLY love this toy! It's a lot more durable than I thought it would be, and they're not easy on their toys. It's also bigger than I thought it would be. Wall-e's cube is about 5" square, but once you have his limbs out, he's about 9" tall. I got free 2nd day shipping by joining Amazon Moms, so that made the $25 price tag easier to swallow.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Lit Witch on July 26, 2009
I bought this toy for my 6-year old son and it is one of my most successful toy purchases to date. He carried it everywhere with him for months and still plays with it regularly(over a year later). The only part that didn't hold up to all those mega-hours of play is the front garbage door. It eventually wouldn't stay shut... he just wore it out. Nothing a little tape couldn't fix, and then he was off and playing again! The only real educational value is in figuring out the actions for transforming it back and forth - logic skills and puzzle solving, I suppose. All I know is that this was a HUGE hit with my son and the best toy money I ever spent.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Yamaguchi on July 24, 2008
Got it for my 4 year old right after we saw the movie and while he loved it initially it has some disappointing features. First off, you open the trash compartment and its just a sticker of some trash. And second, its really hard to transform. In theory its really easy - just push down the head, squeeze in the arms and push in the rollers... and it has a clever spring action that pops back open when you push the buttons. BUT the head was way to hard for my son to push it in himself. He could squeeze the eyes to fit in but he kept pushing down on it and it just wouldn't stay in. He even tried stepping on it and even sitting on it and it just wouldn't stay in. I have to admit it was really hard to get the head to stay in. Overall - rather disappointed with it. Like the stack and cube one WAY better!
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