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The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review

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Saturday, September 17th, 2011 4:41PM CDT

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Seibertron.com member and staff member El Duque has received an interesting figure in the mail a few days ago: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist. What is a "The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist?" you may ask. Well it's a re-do of the Jizai Toys Wheelie kit that was released a few years back at the Wonderfest Toy Festival in Japan. This figure is mainly metal for you diecast lovers, and for more on the figure, feel free to read El Duque's review below!

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The first thing you are probably asking yourself is "What the heck is The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist?", and that would be a valid question. There's quite a bit of misinformation surrounding this figure, because two different third-party groups are producing versions of Jazai Toys' Wheelie and Powerglide. There's the version that I mentioned earlier and there will a version by X-Transbots known as TB02 Survivalist/Detectibot. The Superalloy version has been upsized to roughly Deluxe size and is composed of about 75% diecast, hence the name. From what I understand the X-Transbots version retains the original Jazai Toys scale and is made entirely of plastic. Hopefully that clears up some of the confusion.

On to the review. Keep in mind I don't have the set-up, equipment, or skills that Seibertron has.

He comes in a small cardboard box about the same quality as most third-party companies use and encased in a plastic tray. Also included are his instruction sheet/mini-poster featuring the art from the back of the box, two cards one of which is translucent, and a large sticker sheet with a bunch of additional faction symbols. Sadly no slingshot accessory, but according to the box it will be included with their next release Powerglide.

Construction, like I said before about 3/4 diecast, plastic naturally, and rubber tires.

Articulation: ball-jointed head, shoulders, elbows, wrist, hips, and feet. Hinged knees and there's also a little added articulation in the hips due to the transformation. His shoulder articulation isn't the greatest, since it lacks lateral movement, but it's acceptable.

Overall I'm pleased with my purchase. Initially I was little disappointed with his rather large size, but considering all the upscaling the Minibots have received in the Classics line I've come to accept his growth spurt. I paid $53.00 which included EMS shipping. The only place I know to purchase this figure is a seller on iOffer. It's the same seller who previously offered the KO Headmaster 10 pack.

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Credit(s): El Duque
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Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290556)
Posted by BeastProwl on September 17th, 2011 @ 4:53pm CDT
Cyber Bishop wrote:Where can I get one of those and how much did it hit you?

Oh and the last pix i that thread...

http://pic1.actoys.net/attachment/Day_1 ... c259b4.jpg

Blitzwing I am guessing..

http://www.seibertron.com/energonpub/an-idea-for-third-parties-t80723.php
:KREMZEEK: :KREMZEEK: EXCITED HAPPY DANCE! :KREMZEEK: :KREMZEEK:
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290565)
Posted by El Duque on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:17pm CDT
Cyber Bishop wrote:Where can I get one of those and how much did it hit you?

Oh and the last pix i that thread...

http://pic1.actoys.net/attachment/Day_1 ... c259b4.jpg

Blitzwing I am guessing..


I bought mine from this iOffer seller:

http://www.ioffer.com/i/transformers-wh ... ource=eisi

I paid $53.00, but it looks like he's asking $55.00 now. Still though, considering this is a third-party figure, the amount of diecast, and the inclusion of EMS shipping it's a pretty decent price. Flux Convoy mentioned Ace's Toystore plans on getting them too.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290570)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:30pm CDT
How's he size up to MP Grimlock and and MP Rodimus?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290571)
Posted by Flux Convoy on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:31pm CDT
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290574)
Posted by El Duque on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:38pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:How's he size up to MP Grimlock and and MP Rodimus?


Ask and you shall receive:

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Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290576)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:45pm CDT
El Duque wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:How's he size up to MP Grimlock and and MP Rodimus?


Ask and you shall receive:

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That looks very good. This makes a great MP Wheelie. :D
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290577)
Posted by Cybershark on September 17th, 2011 @ 5:52pm CDT
El Duque wrote:Keep in mind I didn't apply any of the decals, so those would add some detail. Since I took the pics I've added an Autobot decal to his chest, but that will probably be the only one I apply.



Ive never bought form ioffer before, is it safe? is that seller good? and is that Headmaster box set worth it? Is the quality near the originals?

lmk


thanks
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290582)
Posted by F Prime on September 17th, 2011 @ 6:05pm CDT
Flux Convoy wrote:
BeastProwl wrote:Well, that's pretty cool, if not a bit lacking, detail wise...

How do you figure? It's got more detail than Wheelie's actual animation model.


:BOT:


HA! Well played, sir or ma'am.

I couldn't help but notice the Elite Guard sticker option. If Wheelie is in the Elite Guard then, to paraphrase Ned Flanders, it "looks like [The Elite Guard's] easier to get into than Arizona State."
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290583)
Posted by El Duque on September 17th, 2011 @ 6:16pm CDT
Cybershark wrote:
El Duque wrote:Keep in mind I didn't apply any of the decals, so those would add some detail. Since I took the pics I've added an Autobot decal to his chest, but that will probably be the only one I apply.



Ive never bought form ioffer before, is it safe? is that seller good? and is that Headmaster box set worth it? Is the quality near the originals?

lmk


thanks


iOffer is as safe as eBay or any other auction website, you pay with PayPal so you have some built in protection there. As for the seller, he's legit. I've purchased from him twice now, Wheelie and the Headmaster gift set. The Headmaster gift set is very nice, it's on par with the originals. No complaints what so ever.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290590)
Posted by Cybershark on September 17th, 2011 @ 7:03pm CDT
El Duque wrote:
Cybershark wrote:
El Duque wrote:Keep in mind I didn't apply any of the decals, so those would add some detail. Since I took the pics I've added an Autobot decal to his chest, but that will probably be the only one I apply.



Ive never bought form ioffer before, is it safe? is that seller good? and is that Headmaster box set worth it? Is the quality near the originals?

lmk


thanks


iOffer is as safe as eBay or any other auction website, you pay with PayPal so you have some built in protection there. As for the seller, he legit. I've purchased from him twice now, Wheelie and the Headmaster gift set. The Headmaster gift set is very nice, it's on par witch the originals. No complaints what so ever.


OK

Thanks, I had most of the originals years ago. But sold them off, the money was too good to pass up. Dont really want to spend that much anymore on something like Headmasters. Might have to snag one of those then.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290595)
Posted by FellintoOblivion on September 17th, 2011 @ 7:41pm CDT
Not really impressed with the alt mode. For as big as they made it it could have been much more elegant.

Who's the green helicopter guy in the last couple of pictures?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290601)
Posted by F Prime on September 17th, 2011 @ 7:53pm CDT
FellintoOblivion wrote:
Who's the green helicopter guy in the last couple of pictures?


That is Fansproject's Warbot Defender; an homage to Springer.

http://tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/984/
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290635)
Posted by adamassc on September 17th, 2011 @ 9:17pm CDT
If he came with a rusty arm and a grimaced face, I'd be all over him.

As it is, it's a better toy of an annoying character.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290637)
Posted by NemesisMonkeySupreme on September 17th, 2011 @ 9:22pm CDT
I'm probably the odd man out in my dislike of diecast, so I think I'll probably hold out for the smaller X-Transbots version… I'm just not sure whose going be selling it.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290646)
Posted by whacko on September 17th, 2011 @ 9:47pm CDT
Pretty underwhelming vehicle mode.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290656)
Posted by Kibble on September 17th, 2011 @ 10:03pm CDT
I have no need for an MP Wheelie. I'll just wait for the iGear one and hope it's $15 like their other mini-bots.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290664)
Posted by Doctor McGrath on September 17th, 2011 @ 10:24pm CDT
Kibble wrote:I have no need for an MP Wheelie. I'll just wait for the iGear one and hope it's $15 like their other mini-bots.


I agree. I'll either go with the iGear version or the MT one. I'm hoping MT's minibots are a little bigger since it appears the iGear ones are legends size.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290683)
Posted by NTESHFT on September 17th, 2011 @ 11:37pm CDT
amcgrath929 wrote:
Kibble wrote:I have no need for an MP Wheelie. I'll just wait for the iGear one and hope it's $15 like their other mini-bots.


I agree. I'll either go with the iGear version or the MT one. I'm hoping MT's minibots are a little bigger since it appears the iGear ones are legends size.


Same here. I'm anxious to see MT stuff.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290692)
Posted by kirbenvost on September 17th, 2011 @ 11:54pm CDT
Looks great. Thanks for the review, El Duque. Ever since I saw the scale comparisons I've been thinking of getting this guy as an MP Wheelie. Could you maybe take a few pics showing off the (lack of) articulation? I want to see what kinds of things he can do before I shell out the cash. Of course, it is a very reasonable price anyway, much less than I paid for that terrible G1 Arcee figure...
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290705)
Posted by chachipower on September 18th, 2011 @ 12:49am CDT
Took me less than 1 minute to jump and order this after I saw this post, especially since it's diecast. Nice!
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290718)
Posted by El Duque on September 18th, 2011 @ 1:37am CDT
kirbenvost wrote:Looks great. Thanks for the review, El Duque. Ever since I saw the scale comparisons I've been thinking of getting this guy as an MP Wheelie. Could you maybe take a few pics showing off the (lack of) articulation? I want to see what kinds of things he can do before I shell out the cash. Of course, it is a very reasonable price anyway, much less than I paid for that terrible G1 Arcee figure...


I'll try to take some more pics tomorrow. Just curious, which Arcee? Impossible Toys Valk or iGear Delicate Warrior? I have both, and thought Valk was piece of junk, but Delicate Warrior on the other hand is quite nice.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290720)
Posted by kirbenvost on September 18th, 2011 @ 1:42am CDT
Yeah, Valkyrie...it sucks, I wish I'd waited and paid the extra $20 or so for the iGear one.

Cool, looking forward to the pics, thanks!
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290749)
Posted by Mechastrike on September 18th, 2011 @ 6:15am CDT
I don't think this guy will sit well with my deluxe class figures esp my Generation/RTS/Classics lines. he's just too big.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290762)
Posted by Rated X on September 18th, 2011 @ 7:02am CDT
kirbenvost wrote:Yeah, Valkyrie...it sucks, I wish I'd waited and paid the extra $20 or so for the iGear one.

Cool, looking forward to the pics, thanks!


Dont worry the good news is theyre gonna KO the I-Gear Arcee. Theres a lot of money to be made with Medic and Chromia repaints so in the end you saved money. As far as Wheelie, maybe I could deal with the large size, but no posability kills the sale for me. Ill wait and see what I-Gear or Maketoys got for Wheelie.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290770)
Posted by Stormrider on September 18th, 2011 @ 7:46am CDT
El Duque - Can you tell us more about the joints? Stiff/loose? How does the transformation hold together? Will the other Wheelie be identical to this one but smaller?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290772)
Posted by Blackstreak on September 18th, 2011 @ 7:54am CDT
Not a bad piece. Only real down side is the shoulder joints. And it looks like ACToys was showing a Blitzwing.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290773)
Posted by fenrir72 on September 18th, 2011 @ 7:54am CDT
"Underwhelming" :roll: vehicle mode? There ain't no pleasing people!

Taking a look at the Japanese Figure magazine scans, the original deluxe sized prototype for Wheelie doesn't hold a candle to this. I salute the original Jizai design
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290793)
Posted by Nemesis Destron on September 18th, 2011 @ 10:00am CDT
Weeeeeeell a great homage to the G1 but I still dig legends Wheelie. Thanks indeed El Duque for sharing your pics and info but it's just not for me. I too will wait with Zen-like patients for the other 2 upcoming Wheelie's and decide...'nuff said! :VEHI:
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290834)
Posted by Nightwalker on September 18th, 2011 @ 11:13am CDT
The new Wheelie makes the older version looks retarted
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290852)
Posted by Gauntlet101010 on September 18th, 2011 @ 12:39pm CDT
It just too tall for me. Wheelie's supposed to be a kid, not about as tall as Rodimus Prime.

I want to see what the other 3rd party guys are offering before I decide to buy any of them.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290883)
Posted by Skywarp64 on September 18th, 2011 @ 2:34pm CDT
... ... ... .... .. WAAAAAAANT!
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1290918)
Posted by LiKwid on September 18th, 2011 @ 4:58pm CDT
Flux Convoy wrote:Found the solicit for Ace's. http://acestoystore.com/store/index.php ... cts_id=173
:BOT:


I can personally vouch for Aces toy store for those who have never heard of them before. They do excellent business, ship fast and pack well. They have had a listing for this figure since last week actually and I was wondering if anyone had heard about it. One of the good thing about Aces is they have a counter next to the figure to show you how many units they have in stock. A small convience but it is nice. They also carry the TFC hercules figures for the cheapest I've seen for a company in the states, My exgraver was 97$ after shipping..

I was on the fence about this little guy but I think Im gonna pick him up now, Thanks EL D!
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291028)
Posted by El Duque on September 18th, 2011 @ 11:01pm CDT
Sorry guys I was out all day. The problem points articulation wise are the shoulders and hips. The shoulder can rotate 360, but lateral movement is minimal. The hip articulation is also hindered a little by the back edge of the upper thigh hit the back of the waist piece. Here's a few pics hopefully they will help. As for the joints themselves all are quite tight. I really have no QC complaints.

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Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291029)
Posted by El Duque on September 18th, 2011 @ 11:04pm CDT
Stormrider wrote:El Duque - Can you tell us more about the joints? Stiff/loose? How does the transformation hold together? Will the other Wheelie be identical to this one but smaller?


All the joints are tight on mine and the transformation holds to together just fine. I've heard the X-Transbot Wheelie will be the same size as the original and all plastic, but that's just hearsay.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291081)
Posted by Flux Convoy on September 19th, 2011 @ 7:54am CDT
El Duque wrote: I've heard the X-Transbot Wheelie will be the same size as the original and all plastic, but that's just hearsay.

This isn't X-Transbot Wheelie? Did some quick checking, they're the same product.
:BOT:
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291090)
Posted by El Duque on September 19th, 2011 @ 8:27am CDT
Nope different products. X-Transbots will be all plastic and called Survivalist/Detectibot.

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Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291106)
Posted by rpetras on September 19th, 2011 @ 9:42am CDT
My gut reaction was, "No thanks, I'll wait for the smaller version."

But seeing him with the MPs, He fits in well.

How is he size-wise with Alternity Bumblebee and Cliffjumper?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291230)
Posted by Stormrider on September 19th, 2011 @ 5:27pm CDT
El Duque wrote:
Stormrider wrote:El Duque - Can you tell us more about the joints? Stiff/loose? How does the transformation hold together? Will the other Wheelie be identical to this one but smaller?


All the joints are tight on mine and the transformation holds to together just fine. I've heard the X-Transbot Wheelie will be the same size as the original and all plastic, but that's just hearsay.



Thanks. So the original was about scout size?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291253)
Posted by Flux Convoy on September 19th, 2011 @ 6:34pm CDT
I'm not seeing the difference. When I searched for the X-Transbots stuff, what came up for results was exactly what you've got. I'm not picking at you, I want what you're saying to be true. If I've simply missed some info somewhere, that would explain things.
:BOT:
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291272)
Posted by El Duque on September 19th, 2011 @ 7:45pm CDT
Flux Convoy wrote:I'm not seeing the difference. When I searched for the X-Transbots stuff, what came up for results was exactly what you've got. I'm not picking at you, I want what you're saying to be true. If I've simply missed some info somewhere, that would explain things.
:BOT:


No, it's fine I didn't take it that way. They seem the same because in many ways they are the same, both being basically KO's of the Jazai Toys Wheelie, many have confused the two projects. What I have is definitely not an X-Transbots product. I think most of the confusion comes from the Superalloy version coming in under the radar, and getting confused with the more well promoted X-Transbots.

Ace's Toystore also has this guy listed as Superalloy C-80.


Here's the box for the X-Transbot Wheelie, as you can see it's completely different from what I received.

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Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291290)
Posted by Gauntlet101010 on September 19th, 2011 @ 8:14pm CDT
So they're both just KOs of the Jazitoys Wheelie, eh? Kinda lame, but whatevs.

Normally, I'd go for the larger one, but Wheelie actually is supposed to be a little guy. I'm happy with the official Legends version, but ... it'd be nice to have one closer to the G1 model. Plus, there's just something appealing about most of the movie guys being 3rd party products.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291305)
Posted by Stormrider on September 19th, 2011 @ 8:52pm CDT
El Duque wrote:
Flux Convoy wrote:I'm not seeing the difference. When I searched for the X-Transbots stuff, what came up for results was exactly what you've got. I'm not picking at you, I want what you're saying to be true. If I've simply missed some info somewhere, that would explain things.
:BOT:


No, it's fine I didn't take it that way. They seem the same because in many ways they are the same, both being basically KO's of the Jazai Toys Wheelie, many have confused the two projects. What I have is definitely not an X-Transbots product. I think most of the confusion comes from the Superalloy version coming in under the radar, and getting confused with the more well promoted X-Transbots.

Ace's Toystore also has this guy listed as Superalloy C-80.


Here's the box for the X-Transbot Wheelie, as you can see it's completely different from what I received.

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Is it possible that X-Transbot changed their name and packaging at the last moment to Superalloy?
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291315)
Posted by El Duque on September 19th, 2011 @ 9:19pm CDT
I don't believe so. There's a member over on TFW05, cobra zartan, that apparently knows the guy releasing the Superalloy version. He verifies these are separate releases.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291376)
Posted by Flux Convoy on September 20th, 2011 @ 3:14am CDT
El Duque wrote:I don't believe so. There's a member over on TFW05, cobra zartan, that apparently knows the guy releasing the Superalloy version. He verifies these are separate releases.

Thanks, I appreciate the clarification and that you were able to take it in stride. :grin: I guess these really did come under the radar then. I assumed it was the same thing. That's the first I've seen of that black box. I'm happpy to hear about the smaller versions coming. This one looks great but I'd like something more in scale for the Classics collection. This guy seems to fit as a MP Wheelie just fine though.
:BOT:
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1291639)
Posted by Stormrider on September 20th, 2011 @ 5:50pm CDT
They did do a nice job. Too bad no slingshot.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1293103)
Posted by unicron nemesis on September 24th, 2011 @ 10:43am CDT
Got mine a few days ago too

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The diecast and limited articulation makes posing very tricky. As mentioned, it's a pretty good candidate as a MP-Wheelie. Too big to go with the classics figures.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1293224)
Posted by RodimalToyota on September 24th, 2011 @ 4:31pm CDT
I just ordered one, I hope it's awesome. It's the second most expensive deluxe figure I have ever bought, and the second most 3P item I've bought to date behind Ex-graver.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1293260)
Posted by Stormrider on September 24th, 2011 @ 6:11pm CDT
unicron nemesis wrote:Got mine a few days ago too


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The diecast and limited articulation makes posing very tricky. As mentioned, it's a pretty good candidate as a MP-Wheelie. Too big to go with the classics figures.



A giant Wheelie is scary.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1307940)
Posted by Stormrider on November 2nd, 2011 @ 10:06pm CDT
El Duque wrote:Keep in mind I didn't apply any of the decals, so those would add some detail. Since I took the pics I've added an Autobot decal to his chest, but that will probably be the only one I apply.



What are the joints like? Are they tight and does the figure hold together in both modes? Are you able to get it to stay in a pose? I am debating getting this or the XTransbot.
Re: The Transformer Superalloy C-80 Wheelie Survivalist Pictorial Review (1307955)
Posted by El Duque on November 2nd, 2011 @ 11:01pm CDT
Stormrider wrote:
El Duque wrote:Keep in mind I didn't apply any of the decals, so those would add some detail. Since I took the pics I've added an Autobot decal to his chest, but that will probably be the only one I apply.



What are the joints like? Are they tight and does the figure hold together in both modes? Are you able to get it to stay in a pose? I am debating getting this or the XTransbot.


Joints are tight, and he holds together well in both modes. Articulation is a little limited in the shoulders, but Xtransbots is using the same design so it will have the same posing limitations.

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