Transformers Prime Remote-Controlled Optimus Prime Vehicle
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- Remote-controlled Optimus Prime vehicle has 2 modes and both racing and punching action
- Press the button to convert from truck to robot mode
- Battle up to 2 other vehicles (sold separately)
- Requires 4 "AAA" batteries (not included)
- Includes vehicle, controller and instructions
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Race and battle in 2 modes with this awesome robot-to-truck Optimus Prime vehicle! When he’s in truck mode he’s got a need for speed, but with the touch of a button you can make your Optimus Prime vehicle convert from truck to robot mode and back again! When your Autobot warrior wants to strike at his Decepticon opponents (other vehicles sold separately), trigger his powerful punching action! Get your Optimus Prime vehicle on the road to combat, and keep converting him back and forth so he can handle whatever the fight brings!
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|Item Dimensions||10.98 x 3.5 x 5.98 in||10.98 x 3.5 x 5.98 in||8.62 x 8.98 x 4.06 in||4.25 x 1.5 x 6.73 in|
Top customer reviews
My oldest loves Optimus and is just so thrilled to be able to drive it and have it duke it out with his younger brother's Bumblebee.
The controller is so easy to use (my younger boy is 3, he picked it up right away and steers it all around), though my 5 year old could handle a more complicated controller, this is a great feature for younger kids.
It's not a 'high' quality toy, but then for the price it wouldn't be. But for a start rc car for little ones it's perfect. A word of caution, these are hit or miss. We got an Bee for my younger boy and an Optimus for my older boy, Bee is perfect, Optimus... not so much. It's cheap design shows through on Optimus.
There must be a little latch and gear that works the transform feature, it pops up fine, but it doesn't seem to go back to a truck very well. It also doesn't seem to have a very powerful motor and doesn't run too well on carpet.
If it weren't for having Bumblebee as well, I'd be very irritated by the quality. I think we just got a bum toy on an otherwise decent toy. Youngest's Bee runs GREAT (on both carpet and hard floor) and has no trouble transforming and transforming back.
Another thing.... frequencies for the remotes. There are three positions on the car and the remote, those are frequencies. I thought they were speeds. At first we had both on the same frequency and it both cars were controlled by the same controller. Now I have Optimus on the first, Bee on the third, and they don't cross signals.