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Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2020 1:30 pm
by chuckdawg1999
Joining us for the second time in the Cyberverse line is Wheeljack now in the Scout Class. The figure is actually kinda cool looking although very under detailed compared to the package pics. Transformation is simple and like other Scout Class figures results in some bot/vehicle hybrid. I dig the figure and think it would look great on any desk or small space you can think of.


Video Review for Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 12:29 pm
by william-james88
Fellow Seibertronian Chuckdawg takes another hit for the fans to see if the newish Cyberverse Wheeljack is anything worth getting. For those unaware, this is one of those half transforming scout class toys.

chuckdawg1999 wrote:Joining us for the second time in the Cyberverse line is Wheeljack now in the Scout Class. The figure is actually kinda cool looking although very under detailed compared to the package pics. Transformation is simple and like other Scout Class figures results in some bot/vehicle hybrid. I dig the figure and think it would look great on any desk or small space you can think of.


Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 12:48 pm
by MadnessMechanic
Interesting. I've avoided the scout class figures thus far but this looks alright

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 2:24 pm
by Glarryg
I fully intend to buy no less than one of these, remove the wheels from the butt, add some paint, and pass it off as an Action Master. If possible, I'd like to add elbow and knee joints, too (something I've never attempted before, but I'll do it to make this guy more playable). I've got my fingers tightly crossed in the hopes that they'll do another Build-a-figure wave soon, because those have given us the best Cyberverse figures so far and I need me a decent Cyber-Jack.

Glarryg

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 5:30 pm
by chuckdawg1999
Glarryg wrote:I fully intend to buy no less than one of these, remove the wheels from the butt, add some paint, and pass it off as an Action Master. If possible, I'd like to add elbow and knee joints, too (something I've never attempted before, but I'll do it to make this guy more playable). I've got my fingers tightly crossed in the hopes that they'll do another Build-a-figure wave soon, because those have given us the best Cyberverse figures so far and I need me a decent Cyber-Jack.

Glarryg


I doubt they'll do another deluxe wave as the show is over and I don't see a lot of demand for more.

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 6:30 pm
by william-james88
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Glarryg wrote:I fully intend to buy no less than one of these, remove the wheels from the butt, add some paint, and pass it off as an Action Master. If possible, I'd like to add elbow and knee joints, too (something I've never attempted before, but I'll do it to make this guy more playable). I've got my fingers tightly crossed in the hopes that they'll do another Build-a-figure wave soon, because those have given us the best Cyberverse figures so far and I need me a decent Cyber-Jack.

Glarryg


I doubt they'll do another deluxe wave as the show is over and I don't see a lot of demand for more.


Working on a news story that might show the opposite

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 6:32 pm
by chuckdawg1999
william-james88 wrote:
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Glarryg wrote:I fully intend to buy no less than one of these, remove the wheels from the butt, add some paint, and pass it off as an Action Master. If possible, I'd like to add elbow and knee joints, too (something I've never attempted before, but I'll do it to make this guy more playable). I've got my fingers tightly crossed in the hopes that they'll do another Build-a-figure wave soon, because those have given us the best Cyberverse figures so far and I need me a decent Cyber-Jack.

Glarryg


I doubt they'll do another deluxe wave as the show is over and I don't see a lot of demand for more.


Working on a news story that might show the opposite


The plot, like my Thanksgiving gravy thickens.

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2020 10:29 pm
by william-james88
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Glarryg wrote:I fully intend to buy no less than one of these, remove the wheels from the butt, add some paint, and pass it off as an Action Master. If possible, I'd like to add elbow and knee joints, too (something I've never attempted before, but I'll do it to make this guy more playable). I've got my fingers tightly crossed in the hopes that they'll do another Build-a-figure wave soon, because those have given us the best Cyberverse figures so far and I need me a decent Cyber-Jack.

Glarryg


I doubt they'll do another deluxe wave as the show is over and I don't see a lot of demand for more.


Working on a news story that might show the opposite


The plot, like my Thanksgiving gravy thickens.


Turns out it was already talked about the other day on our boards but through the netflix series seige toys thread. Since I have no clue what to make of it, I'll just leave it to that for now viewtopic.php?t=110745&p=2064470#p2064470

Re: Chuck's Reviews Transformers Cyberverse Scout Class Wheeljack

PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2020 8:52 am
by Windsweeper
There's something about the angular look of the optics and head wings along with the lack of paint in that area that reminds me of Exhaust.