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Transformers Movie Deluxe Bonecrusher

4.6 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Advanced-conversion figure changes to BUFFALO MCPV vehicle mode and back again!
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

The Bonecrusher transforms from robot to Buffalo MPCV mode and back. Hasbro produced this line of action figures based on the surprisingly awesome Transfromers feature film. Collect them all.

From the Manufacturer

BONECRUSHER hates everything, and what BONECRUSHER hates, he destroys. He hates this planet, and all its inhabitants. He hates the AUTOBOTS for getting in his way. He even hates MEGATRON and the other DECEPTICONS; the only reason he stays with them is because MEGATRON scares him. BONECRUSHER lives for the day when he's the only one left standing atop a pile of smoking rubble and shattered robots.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.5 x 3.2 x 12 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000M6D0PE
Item model number 81099
Manufacturer recommended age 5 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #264,140 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#20,230 in Toys & Games > Action & Toy Figures > Action Figures
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4.6 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By I. Ling on August 13, 2007
Ah, Bonecrusher! Such a short role in the movie, yet so iconing as to be one of the more memorable scenes: "rollerblading" amongst traffic and body-checking a bus into halves - I mean, that's got to stick! Bonecrusher is quite a nice deluxe figure that transforms relatively easily and without too much fuss into a robot that is arguably the least humanoid of all the deluxe figures (with perhaps the exception of Scorponok). With the arms pulled all the way out, he does appear quite fearsome, an effect added to by the animal-like head as well as the extra appendages on his back.

The actual spinning-blades device does cause some problems with this toy - the joint to the vehicle is the weakest link and unfortunately is prone to pop off. From observation, this looks like a joint that will wear quite quickly, and will more than likely be very loose after a few dislocations. Apart from this blemish, the rest of Bonecrusher appears quite durable, and should withstand some level of wear. The other major blemish is in the transformation into the vehicle - the way the legs lock onto the upper part of the vehicle body's rear is a little shaky, and prone to displacement.

Overall, Bonecrusher is a quite a good toy, but with some minor problems which make it slightly less recommendable than some of the other more well-put-together figures in the Deluxe class.
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And now for another Retro Review from Havok. This time It's one of my favorite cons in the Bayverse. The one con to be named after Michael Bay's Dog and absolutely nothing to do with the Constructicon of the same name...Bonecrusher. Why is Bonecrusher one of my favorites? well, The scene where he slashed through a bus showed how much of a bad apple he really is. Like another of my favorites he didn't get too much screen time.

Well start with vehicle mode. Bonecrusher transforms into a Buffalo MPCV, which is a vehicle used in the armed forces that serves as a mine remover. Or Ordinance Disposal if you want to get fancy. A beast of a machine. This thing has 6 inch thick windows with run-flat tires. It can also brush the impact of an RPG right off it's shoulder. Anyway, Bonecrusher looks really good. Very detailed, looks just like a Buffalo. Bonecrusher also sports a little bit more detail with a sticker of a mean looking bulldog. Size Accuracy....not that good. The Buffalo is at least twice the size of a Hummer. Put Bonecrusher next to Ratchet and it's the other way around. Ratchet is the one who is two times bigger.

Transformation is very simple. I have no clue why they advertised the automorph gimmick on Bonecrusher because it's doesn't exist. This is 100% DIY. No extra help on this one. Just the way I personally like it. Don't get me wrong automorph works on some but doesn't with others. Kids should have no problem transforming Bonecrusher and it's quite fun of a process too.

Robot Mode. Looks pretty darn good. Michael Bay designs are just so complex that even I was asking "how is hasbro going to pull this off?" That being said there are a few imperfections but it really couldn't be helped. Unless Bonecrusher was released as a Leader.
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I didn't start liking Bonecrusher until I saw the film. Although his screentime was brief, it was the most memorable. The toy itself is pretty good. The vehicle mode has a working claw which turns into spinning blades. He looks fearsome in robot mode. I think the designers wanted these robots to look as alien as possible. My only gripe with this and other Transformers recently is that the craftsmanship has taken a dip. I'm not talking about the parts that were designed to pop off and snap back into place. I'm referring to the quality of the plastic and how delicate you have to be to transform them. What's odd is that the smaller mini versions are more durable then their deluxe counterparts.
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In comparison with other Transformers toys, this one is very small. In the movie, fight between Optimus Prime and Bonecrusher looks espectacular, we see a large decepticon almost the same size like Optimus. But, in the toy version, it's very small...looks like a Bonecrusher Junior...
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My almost-5-year-old just bought Bonecrusher with some of his Christmas money and on the first day he got it, the shovel/blade attachment popped off. After about 10-15 times of mom popping it back on only to come right back off, I told him he was just going to have to think of them as two separate toys because he was getting pretty sad about a broken toy! A few days later, he announced to me that that piece was actually Bonecrusher's "minicon"! What a great imagination and ability to roll with the indignities of poor construction.
This is his and my favorite Transformer we've seen/bought yet. It is small and yet has a pretty complicated Transformation process--he sat down and successfully Transformed it right away and hasn't had any difficulties, but is very engaged in the process. He is a VERY mechanical little guy so this works great for him, but I doubt I would be able to Transform it at all! Except for the one piece that won't stay on, there haven't been any other pieces come loose or pop off after nearly two weeks of very steady use. Overall, I think this is a good little Transformer to have for his age range.
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