Transformers Prime Action Figure First Edition Bumblebee
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- The toy is approx. 4 to 5 inches.
- Transformable from robot to vehicle.
- Rare collectible first edition. Out of production.
- From the hit tv show Transformers Prime on the Hub.
- Great for collecting, displaying or playing.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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This fierce BUMBLEBEE figure converts from robot mode to sports car mode and back! Keep converting him back and forth so he can handle whatever his enemies throw at him!
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Only 2 small issue I personally had was in vehicle mode the doors did not fit together as well as the rest of the car, and in robot mode the chest has some clips that get in the way of the autobot decal unless you keep them at an angle. But these are minor and really don't impact anything very important in my opinion just wanted to mention it.
My verdict on the Bumblebee toy now that I have him? He's... okay. He's not the worst toy in the TFP line, but he's not the best either.
Bumblebee is moderately easy to transform, and I didn't have any major hiccups with his transformation. He feels rather cheaply made, though, a common problem with the TFP line -- the plastic looks rather cheap, like the kind used to make McDonald's Happy Meal toys, and I'm not sure how well it will hold up to repeated playing. He stands well on his own and is fairly posable, but isn't entirely screen-accurate. His color seems too bright in comparison to his screen self, and his arms seem too long, giving him almost a gorilla look.
Not a bad toy, but rather bland and far from the best of the TFP line. Good for a child to play with, but if you're a collector who wants a decent Bumblebee toy, the 2007 movie Bumblebee or the 2010 remold of G1 Bumblebee is probably a better choice.
We'll start off with Vehicle Mode. Vehicle mode looks spectacular.Looks like he came straight out of the TV. This Bumblebee is the most screen accurate for vehicle mode. The new revealer Bumblebee missed a lot of opportunities for paint apps and therefore looks well...half-you know what. Vehicle mode is very tightly transformed nothing will pop out of place easy. Wheels line up perfect to the ground if transformed correctly. Literally the only thing that urks me is that the pin striping on the side doors don't line up with the front fenders.But not really a big deal.
Transforming Bumblebee is quite complicated. I've never seen a Bumblebee this complicated and at times frustrating to transform. The front end alone has three sections that need to be pulled out angled,popped down,rotated, rotated some more and lined up with the hook that holds the torso in place.Thats not including the transformation for the arms which is kinda weird at first but you get used to it. The easiest part to transform out of all this Bumblebee is his legs. That is one reason I say this one is not for the kids. The second reason is that there's small pegs and they seem to be quite easy to break that is used to transform the arms and snap the shoulders into the wheel. There's a few other pieces that feels a little flimsy such as the roof and windshield piece. Just to give you a rundown on the revealers Bumblebee's transformation all you have to do, pull the legs down, flip out the arms and doors,push the shoulders back and you're done. Literally it's that easy. FE Bumblebee...way more complex.
Robot mode is just simply awesome. Very screen accurate,very well made.My hat's off to Hasbro. Revealers Bumblebee looks awful because of the big collar and the one piece looking chest.Paint looks good,everything locks in place well too. Bumblebee does come with his blaster. Unfortunately he only comes with one. That's were I have some...and I want to reiterate....SOME respect for the revealers Bumblebee...because he has two. Now the good news is that the Revealers blasters are compatible with the First Edition Bumblebee and vice versa.Problem solved.
Overall this is a great well made bumblebee. I think a lot of fans were disappointed at first for some reason that simply escapes me until they found out just how bad a Bumblebee could be...Hasbro gave us gold with the FE...then they gave us aluminum foil...This is definitely one to buy. Great addition to the collection. Again...not for the younger kids but perfect ages 8 and older.