Hasbro Transformers Ultimate Bumblebee Figure
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- Ultimate Bumblebee figure is premium Transformers toy on the market
- Transforms from sleek 2008 Camaro into intimidating robot form
- By using advanced animatronic system, can burst into motion at push of button
- Has 17 different conversation phrases; makes battle and transformation sounds
- Recommended for ages 5 and up
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Transformers Ultimate Bumblebee, the 13" scale figure is based on a character appearing in this summer's feature film.
The Hasbro Transformers Ultimate Bumblebee Figure is the premium movie-based Transformers toy on the market. Standing more than 14 inches tall, this action figure is more than deserving of the title "Ultimate." With his sleek design, his battle and conversation sounds, and his advanced animatronics system, Ultimate Bumblebee is one of the most fully featured action figures you'll ever find.
Recommended for ages five and up, Ultimate Bumblebee is perfect for toy collectors and kids alike. Initially, Ultimate Bumblebee appears as a sleek 2008 Camaro. With its vivid yellow finish and racing stripes, Ultimate Bumblebee's car form is as detailed and well built as any model car and would be a perfect addition to a cabinet or dresser top. The car is able to roll freely on carpet and hard surfaces alike.
However, like all Transformers, there is more to Ultimate Bumblebee's Camaro form than meets the eye. When it is time for him to come out of disguise and confront his enemies, he can transform into a massive, powerful robot. Equipped with a plasma cannon, he is more than prepared to defend your local Autobot from Decepticon attacks.
With a few minor adjustments, kids can transform Ultimate Bumblebee seamlessly between his robot and his vehicle mode. His robot mode stands an impressive 14 inches, and is fully articulated, meaning that kids can adjust him into any pose. He is also incredibly detailed -- likely one of the most attractive action figures your aspiring heros will ever get their hands on.
Advanced Animatronics and Sounds
Ultimate Bumblebee features an advanced animatronic design, which means he can move and animate himself when in robot mode. With the touch of a button, he'll burst into motion. His head moves expressively from side to side, and his arms and wings both move up and down. He can even aim his plasma cannon and fire off his missile.
Perhaps most impressively, he has full sound detection capabilities. He will respond to noises by turning and making sounds of his own. In addition to his animatronics and motion, Ultimate Bumblebee can also make a variety of exciting sounds. This ever-vigilant Autobot has 17 different heroic conversation phrases, such as "Let's roll out!" and "Take that, Decepticon!" He also makes battle sounds -- kids will hear the firing of his plasma cannon and the whirring, crushing sound of his movements. He'll even boogie as he plays Devo's popular song, "Whip It."
The Transformers began as a Hasbro toy line back in 1983, featuring toy vehicles that could transform into robots. The toys soon inspired an entire universe of fictional story lines, pitting the two factions of Transformers -- the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons -- against one another. A live-action movie based on the Transformers was released in 2007 and has continued the toy line's extreme popularity. With toys such as the Ultimate Bumblebee Figure, kids can bring home the struggle between the Autobots and Decepticons.
Safety WarningItems may contain small parts that may pose a choking hazard to children under the age of 4.
Legal DisclaimerRecommended for age 5+
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The transformation isn't too difficult. After a single transformation, I was able to do it without anymore picture guidance from Hasbro. You don't really have to follow the order, but you should just do it in the manner where it is workable and do-able. (E.g. you don't hook up the legs to the rooftop of the car without first fixing the rear end tires properly) I am not sure if Hasbro wanted this toy being extremely tough. When I say this, I do mean it as some of pieces being extremely hard to put together and separate. Perhaps the toy is new, who knows? I'll need more time to come to that conclusion.
My last and final beef with it, which is heavily influenced by the fact that I am a collector, is that the workmanship of the toy itself isn't too magnificent. The paintjob on mine is scratched, and you can see that the legs aren't done too well either. This could just be mine, but all in all, you can see that the material used was well chosen for durability, rather than presentation, although they did a rather good job on making it look good.
All in all, it's a decent price for the object. You don't gain much, you don't lose much. This applies only to the collectors. I don't know how much would kids find this amusing though. In some respects, the strength needed to put this toy together can be quite considerable at some aspects.
So, decide for yourself, if you think this toy is worth it. For me, it was, and I dont regret forking that amount of money on it.
This is toy is probably better off for a collector or something you place on a shelf like model or ship in a bottle. Even if your child can transform it and was playing with it. It's going to take a while for him/her to go from car mode to robot mode to fight the bad guys. It's like hold on, give me awhile while I transfom.
If it was metal I might say hey it's worh keeping. But it's cheap plastic that it seems more likey to be considered junk later on. Kinda like the old Tonka toys that were metal and were still cool when you cleaned out your old kids toys. All the plastic stuff were tossed out.
Much better than the robosapien and robodog from a few birthdays back, I am very pleased with this toy and would totally recommend its purchase for your little autobot fans.