Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Boulder the Construction-Bot Figure
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- Boulder the Construction-Bot figure easily converts from robot mode to vehicle mode and back again
- Bulldozer mode
- Robot figure holds his rescue drill
- Rescue hook attaches to the bulldozer in vehicle mode
- Includes figure
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Unfortunately, its seems they have phased out the original versions of the robots, so that if you are purchasing them now you are forced to buy these tacky Energon versions. It's too bad, because Boulder was my favorite of the Rescue Bots, and now he doesn't even match his other robot buddies that I had purchased earlier.
It only took one demonstration from our older grandson for his little brother to catch on - even their dad was amazed by how easy it was! This one is such a neat looking bulldozer when he transforms - love that paint job! I'd been a bit worried that something without any lights or sounds would bore him to tears, since he's very action oriented, but flipping these guys back and forth between modes seems to keep his attention for a lot longer than I thought it would.Read more ›
The next bot he learned to transform was Blades (he just turned in the arms, rather than using the dial on the back), followed by Chase, Heatwave, Bumblebee, then Optimus Prime. Optimus Prime was definitely the hardest for him to get - he didn't get 'good' at transforming him until he was about 34 months old.
The tools are one of his favorite parts of the toys. Sure, only some of them are mentioned in the show (and the blue arms/legs are different than the show) but my boys have *never* had a problem identifying the toys. They love putting the tools into their arms or the various holes (when they're in vehicle mode) so that they can come to the rescue.
So if you're wanting a cool transformer toy for your kid, I definitely recommend these. We've had the six toys for about ten months now, and the only piece that's had to be glued was Heatwave's watercanon.
Check your local stores - we've found all of them for $11.99 at Target and Walmart, so if they aren't on sale at Amazon you might be able to find them there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son loved this toy and played hard with it for 6 months. He buried it in the garden one morning and the garden got tilled and it got torn to pieces. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Natsreviews
Kids love these toys, still using them daily after 2 yrs. They are durable, priced well, and transform easy - nice improvement as I used to break transformers trying to change... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ill try it
Good quality. My son enjoys playing with it. and most important, it lasts.Published 1 month ago by M Zein