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KRE-O Transformers Prowl Construction Set (30690)
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- Build your favorite Transformers hero, Prowl, in vehicle or robot mode with this 2-in-1 set of 174 KRE-O construction pieces
- Includes 2 Kreon figures: Prowl and Swat Commander
- 2-in-1 KRE-O construction set lets you build Prowl as a robot figure or as a police car
- Set includes 174 KRE-O pieces, 2 Kreon figures and handcuffs and weapon accessories
- Ages 6 to 12
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With 174 bricks and other construction pieces, you can build the heroic Prowl character in either robot or vehicle mode with just one set! In robot mode, your Prowl figure is an intimidating force. Build and rebuild him so he can best serve the Autobot cause! In vehicle mode, your Prowl police car can hit the road against his enemies, and the Kreon figures are armed with handcuffs and weapon accessories!
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The police cruiser build looks great, with a similar look to the classic character's vehicle mode: a police-modded sport/muscle car, angular red lights on the roof, reinforced cage design for the cab (in case of a high-speed kre-o crash?), and a rear spoiler.
However the robot mode seems less detailed and loosely designed. The doors-as-wings look is a standard for several characters, but with Prowl they are built strange, with a large axel piece jutting out behind them. He has odd feet that seem incomplete and a very tiny head compared to other Kre-o sets of the same scale.
Still, a satisfying building experience. It's impossible for me to find much displeasure in these kits besides the minor gripes over the robot aesthetics. I'll just leave him in highway patrol mode, no big whoop.