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Transformers Movie Deluxe Bonecrusher
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- Change this advanced-conversion, DECEPTICON figure from robot mode with spinning blades!
- Advanced-conversion figure changes to BUFFALO MCPV vehicle mode and back again!
- Ages 5 and up
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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.
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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
WTF!!! I owned like all these toys !! I never knew they were worth that much! I bought all mine at the time for like 9 bucks each, really regretting giving them away....Published 12 months ago by Gavin
My grandson loved it. I had imagined it to be bigger but he was quite content.
He is 8 years old.
Purchased this because I collect all the versions of the Transformers in the new movie series. Been a fan of Transformers since Generation One.Published on December 28, 2013 by Troy L Hudson
My son still has this toy and plays with it every now and then. He likes that it can be a vehicle and a robot.Published on March 22, 2013 by Calang Calang