This is a FUN toy! Please note that the robot mode pictures in this gallery are transformed TWO different ways. One way users the method that is shown in the instructions included with this figures. The other way extends the legs and arms so that the figure is taller, giving it a more classic "Blurr" feel to it and to differentiate the figure from Drift. There are actually two Blurrs used in this gallery. The figure I used for most of the pictures has a slight defect to the left side of its head which I didn't notice until I was cropping these photos. Ugh. I retook some of the photos with a second Blurr and added a few additional ones to show what his correct head looks like.
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