New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Friday, June 26th, 2020 1:29pm CDT

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Greetings Seibertronians! Following on from today's Fan Friday Event, Entertainment Earth have gone live with the Pre-Orders for Generations Selects Tigertracks and Rotorstorm!

Check out the images below!

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Transformers News: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth

Click here to pre-order both now!

Tigertracks and Rotorstorm are redecos of Siege Sideswipe and Siege Spinister respectively, and are scheduled to be released in October.

Will you be ordering these? Have you already got Pre-Orders locked in? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!

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Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069488)
Posted by aronjlove on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:33pm CDT
I Went back to see the Joe stuff and was interested in the updated Pimp Daddy Profit Director Destro. I was gonna add another Centurion then I was like nope I'm good after seeing the price bump. Already got one plus enough other figures coming out from Pulse in the September to November range. Even canceled Doubledealer as he's mainline ER and should get some sort of a release beyond preorders.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069489)
Posted by aronjlove on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:35pm CDT
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Just realized he comes with Sideswipes accessories plus Red Alerts gun.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069490)
Posted by ZeroWolf on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:41pm CDT
I think I'm going to stretch for Tigertracks after looking at more pictures for him. Just hope there's a redeco of Sunstreaker like Cordon
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069491)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:43pm CDT
Dat weapon pack. Goddamn, dat weapon pack...

#-o :APPLAUSE: :BANG_HEAD: :BOWDOWN: :shock: >:oP :DANCE:

So many of these should have been included with their respective bots in the first place. But at least, we can have them! So... I bet it will be a something-or-other exclusive and it will cost a zillion dollars to import, right?
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069492)
Posted by Toizarus on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:53pm CDT
ahaha! Sorry, folks, this is gonna be a negative post. Feel free to skip if you're not in the mood to read that.

Called it! The instant I saw Hasbro selling the Targetmasters separately I knew that if they could find a way to charge for weapons and accessories that fans would expect to come with characters they'd do so. So, chuck 'em in with a repaint and boost the price another 12-13 bucks, why not? Okay, so you get a fair amount for that extra dough but it just feels like after the gushing movie years everything's now being really nickle-and-dime'd. Quite how they haven't started making their own gap fillers and 'upgrade' sets yet I don't know.

Also, that was one of the most cringey videos I've ever watched. You can spot fake sincerity a mile away and they both had it coming off them in spades, complete with '86 movie nostalgia button-pressing (yawn). The banter and 'jokes'were just so forced. I mean, I work in a corporate environment so I know when things have to be smoothly presented but wow Hasbro needs to find people with genuine charisma to do this kind of stuff? Hire someone like Thew Adams for the next one! (though maybe not for Selects: Not sure he'd be able to be positive about Repaint-a-palooza! :lol:

Tiger-Track doesn't appeal to me. Diaclone exists...meh. Nor Corpse Prime (though I am a touch intrigued by the hint of a link to the Netflix series, though if I blink will i miss it?). And a Rotorstorm where they've not even bothered to mold that iconic LSOTW head? I know things are tight economically, guys, but for me if you can't do it right I'd prefer you just don't bother.

AND I'm in the UK so all of this will be more expensive when it reaches our sceptered shores, but that's just what I get for having the sheer folly to exit a birth canal in this geographical location. Try harder next time, Sperm.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069493)
Posted by william-james88 on June 26th, 2020 @ 1:57pm CDT
We now have product info including available preorder links, prices and official product images for the remaining toys revealed during today's Fan First Friday event. The Generations Selects toys Tigertrack and Rotorstorm can be purchased at any of your favourite US collectables website but the ones below are all retailer exclusive. The biggest surprise seems to be G1 Blaster where Hasbro went for the least expensive price point for a toy that size: $30. Of course he comes with no casettes, which is like his original release and explains the cheaper price point (he was $20 back in the 80s when first released, making him cheaper than that price adjusted for inflation). The Centurion Drone and Weapons pack is cheaply priced too at only $29.99.

Preorder link for Centurion drone Weapons Pack: https://hasbropulse.com/collections/new ... nizer-pack
Preorder link for Alternate Universe Optimus Prime: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZPL8SW1/
Preorder link for G1 Blaster: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Transformers ... -UHvOzfBYs
Preorder link for RED Soundwave: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Transformers ... /418496126
Preorder link for RED Optimus: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Transformers ... /957022903
Preorder link for RED Megatron: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Transformers ... /758838370

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GEN SELECTS

Transformers: Generations Selects Deluxe WFC-GS18 Autobot Tigertrack

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 1, 2020)

The Generations Selects WFC-GS18 AUTOBOT TIGERTRACK figure stands at 5.5 inches, features deco inspired by the 2013 Tokyo Toy Show release available only in Japan, and converts from robot to classic G1 sports car mode in 16 steps. The fierce sentry, TIGERTRACK, comes with 2 accessories including a missile launcher and electron pulse blaster. This AUTOBOT is a force to be reckoned with due to his high speed, powerful weapon accessories that can be attached in robot and sports car mode, and enhanced sensor tech.

This is the first US release of a TIGERTRACK figure. Generations Selects is a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring special edition characters that can’t be found in the main line.

Transformers: Generations Selects Deluxe WFC-GS19 Rotorstorm

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: August 1, 2020)

The Generations Selects WFC-GS19 ROTORSTORM figure stands at 5.5 inches, is inspired by the G2 TURBOMASTER figure originally released in 1992, and converts from robot to helicopter mode in 25 steps. ROTORSTORM features deco and a head sculpt designed to resemble the look of the ruthless and fearless AUTOBOT STRATEGICIAN from the IDW comic books, and comes with 2 blaster accessories that can attach to the figure’s arms in robot mode and the undercarriage in helicopter mode.

This is the first ROTORSTORM figure released since 1992. Generations Selects is a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring special edition characters that can’t be found in the main line.

AMAZON EXCLUSIVE

Transformers: Generations War for Cybertron: Earthrise Alternate Universe Optimus Prime

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $49.99 / Available: July 1, 2020)

The Earthrise Alternate Universe OPTIMUS PRIME figure inspired by the 1986 film TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE, stands at 7 inches in robot mode and converts between robot and truck mode in 35 steps. The legendary AUTOBOT leader features grayscale deco inspired by his film appearance where he drains of color and becomes one with the Matrix. OPTIMUS PRIME also comes with 3 accessories including an Ion Blaster and a non-grayscale Matrix of Leadership that fits inside his chest so fans can imagine OPTIMUS PRIME removing and passing it on to ULTRA MAGNUS (sold separately, subject to availability).

Adult fans nostalgic for the original TRANSFORMERS animation and kids discovering classic characters for the first time can share and experience exciting play patterns for all generations. Available exclusively at Amazon. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.

WALMART EXCLUSIVES

Transformers R.E.D. – The Transformers G1 Megatron

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 1, 2020)

The TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] G1 MEGATRON figure stands at 6 inches and is non-converting, giving fans an enhanced robot mode with a sleek, “kibble-free” form. The ruthless DECEPTICON leader, MEGATRON, from The TRANSFORMERS animated series features 80 deco ops and comes with 6 accessories featuring a Fusion Cannon, 4 alternate hands including one that holds an Energon cube, and fans can also replace the hand with an Energon Mace accessory.

Fans can enhance their TRANSFORMERS collection with TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] figures. All figures in the collection are 6-inches in scale and inspired by iconic characters from the TRANSFORMERS universe, including G1, TRANSFORMERS: PRIME, BEAST WARS: TRANSFORMERS, and beyond. R.E.D. figures do not convert, but are highly poseable and were designed to bring collectors the most screen-accurate versions of their favorite characters to display on their shelves. Look for other R.E.D. figures to enhance your collection (each sold separately, subject to availability). TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. G1 MEGATRON is available exclusively at Walmart. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.

Transformers R.E.D. – The Transformers G1 Optimus Prime

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 1, 2020)

The TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] G1 OPTIMUS PRIME figure stands at 6 inches and is non-converting, giving fans an enhanced robot mode with a sleek, “kibble-free” form. The legendary AUTOBOT commander, OPTIMUS PRIME, from The TRANSFORMERS animated series features 80 deco ops and comes with 7 accessories including 4 alternate hands, Ion Blaster, Energon Axe, and the iconic Matrix of Leadership revealed when the chest of the OPTIMUS PRIME is opened.

Fans can enhance their TRANSFORMERS collection with TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] figures. All figures in the collection are 6-inches in scale and inspired by iconic characters from the TRANSFORMERS universe, including G1, TRANSFORMERS: PRIME, BEAST WARS: TRANSFORMERS, and beyond. R.E.D. figures do not convert, but are highly poseable and were designed to bring collectors the most screen-accurate versions of their favorite characters to display on their shelves. Look for other R.E.D. figures to enhance your collection (each sold separately, subject to availability). TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. G1 OPTIMUS PRIME is available exclusively at Walmart. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.

Transformers R.E.D. – The Transformers G1 Soundwave

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 1, 2020)

The TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] G1 SOUNDWAVE figure stands at 6 inches and is non-converting, giving fans an enhanced robot mode with a sleek, “kibble-free” form. The sly DECEPTICON communications officer, SOUNDWAVE, from The TRANSFORMERS animated series features 80 deco ops and comes with 6 accessories including a shoulder-mounted cannon, 2 alternate hands, a backpack, a Concussion Blaster, and a removable cassette tape revealed when the chest of SOUNDWAVE is opened.



Fans can enhance their TRANSFORMERS collection with TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] figures. All figures in the collection are 6-inches in scale and inspired by iconic characters from the TRANSFORMERS universe, including G1, TRANSFORMERS: PRIME, BEAST WARS: TRANSFORMERS, and beyond. R.E.D. figures do not convert, but are highly poseable and were designed to bring collectors the most screen-accurate versions of their favorite characters to display on their shelves. Look for other R.E.D. figures to enhance your collection (each sold separately, subject to availability). TRANSFORMERS R.E.D. G1 SOUNDWAVE is available exclusively at Walmart. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.

Transformers Vintage – Transformers G1 Autobot Blaster

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $29.99 / Available: August 1, 2020)

The TRANSFORMERS VINTAGE G1 AUTOBOT BLASTER figure, inspired by the original 1985 G1 release, stands at 4.5 inches and converts from boombox (non-working) to robot mode in 4 steps to receive and transmit radio frequencies. AUTOBOT BLASTER loves to be at the forefront of any situation, cranking the volume on good, hard rock ‘n roll music! The figure also comes with an Electro-Scrambler blaster accessory and a sheet of foil decals so fans can add extra details to the toy.

Clip out and save the on-box tech specs to share, then see how this figure stacks up against other heroic AUTOBOTS and evil DECEPTICONS (each sold separately, subject to availability). Experience the figures that started it all! TRANSFORMERS VINTAGE G1 AUTOBOT BLASTER is available exclusively at Walmart. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.

PULSE EXCLUSIVE

Transformers: Generations War for Cybertron: Deluxe Centurion Drone Weaponizer Pack

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: August 1, 2020)

Weaponize your War for Cybertron collection with the Deluxe CENTURION DRONE WEAPONIZER Pack! The pack includes a CENTURION DRONE figure that converts to Cybertronian tank mode in 23 steps and breaks apart into weapon accessories to armor up other figures (each sold separately, subject to availability). The pack also comes with 17 accessories inspired by classic G1 gear, weapons and alt modes including an Ion Blaster, Energon Axe, Energon Mace, G1 Blaster, Drill Blaster, Glass Gas Blaster, Jetpacks, Radar Dish, Mini non-converting alt modes, cage for RAVAGE accessory, ROLLER, 2 Energon Cubes, and an OPTIMUS PRIME non-converting mini figure to scale with the HasLab UNICRON figure (sold separately, subject to availability).

Adult fans nostalgic for the original TRANSFORMERS animation and kids discovering classic characters for the first time can share and experience exciting play patterns for all generations. Deluxe CENTURION DRONE WEAPONIZER Pack is available exclusively on HasbroPulse.com. Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EST.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069494)
Posted by aronjlove on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:05pm CDT
Toizarus wrote:Hahaha! Sorry, folks, this is gonna be a negative post. Feel free to skip if you're not in the mood to read that.

Called it! The instant I saw Hasbro selling the Targetmasters separately I knew that if they could find a way to charge for weapons and accessories that fans would expect to come with characters they'd do so. So, chuck 'em in with a repaint and boost the price another 12-13 bucks, why not? Okay, so you get a fair amount for that extra dough but it just feels like after the gushing movie years everything's now being really nickle-and-dime'd. Quite how they haven't started making their own gap fillers and 'upgrade' sets yet I don't know.

Also, that was one of the most cringey videos I've ever watched. You can spot fake sincerity a mile away and they both had it coming off them in spades, complete with '86 movie nostalgia button-pressing (yawn). The banter and 'jokes'were just so forced. I mean, I work in a corporate environment so I know when things have to be smoothly presented but wow Hasbro needs to find people with genuine charisma to do this kind of stuff? Hire someone like Thew Adams for the next one! (though maybe not for Selects: Not sure he'd be able to be positive about Repaint-a-palooza! :lol:

Tiger-Track doesn't appeal to me. Diaclone exists...meh. Nor Corpse Prime (though I am a touch intrigued by the hint of a link to the Netflix series, though if I blink will i miss it?). And a Rotorstorm where they've not even bothered to mold that iconic LSOTW head? I know things are tight economically, guys, but for me if you can't do it right I'd prefer you just don't bother.

AND I'm in the UK so all of this will be more expensive when it reaches our sceptered shores, but that's just what I get for having the sheer folly to exit a birth canal in this geographical location. Try harder next time, Sperm.

I wouldn't call this negative at all. Highly critical, maybe? But you list your issues well. And I also agree wholeheartedly about the video. I know this whole Zoom meeting and not in person is sorta new but they kept waiting for audience responses that were not coming. Definitely feel bad for my fellow fans in the UK but isn't your pound currently stronger than the dollar?
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069495)
Posted by blackeyedprime on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:06pm CDT
Toizarus wrote:Hahaha! Sorry, folks, this is gonna be a negative post. Feel free to skip if you're not in the mood to read that.

Called it! The instant I saw Hasbro selling the Targetmasters separately I knew that if they could find a way to charge for weapons and accessories that fans would expect to come with characters they'd do so. So, chuck 'em in with a repaint and boost the price another 12-13 bucks, why not? Okay, so you get a fair amount for that extra dough but it just feels like after the gushing movie years everything's now being really nickle-and-dime'd. Quite how they haven't started making their own gap fillers and 'upgrade' sets yet I don't know.

Also, that was one of the most cringey videos I've ever watched. You can spot fake sincerity a mile away and they both had it coming off them in spades, complete with 86 movie nostalgia button-pressing. The banter and 'jokes'were just so forced. I mean, I work in a corporate environment so I know when things have to be smoothly presented but wow Hasbro needs to find people with genuine charisma to do this kind of stuff, you know? Hire someone like Thew Adams for the next one! (though maybe not for Selects: Not sure he'd be able to be positive about Repaint-a-palooza!

And yeah, Tiger-Track doesn't appeal to me. Diaclone exists...meh. Nor Corpse Prime (though I am a touch intrigued by the hint of a link to the Netflix series, though if I blink will i miss it?). And a Rotorstorm where they've not even bothered to mold that iconic LSOTW head? I know things are tight economically, guys, but for me if you can't do it right I'd prefer you just don't bother.

AND I'm in the UK so all of this will be more expensive when it reaches our sceptered shores, sigh.


where as I agree with some of the points of the weapon pack, we finally got megatron in gun mode, so £30 and a bonus siege/battlestar galactica figure with it aint all bad :P yes roller and the other bits really should have been included with their repsective figures.

Lenny seemed a broad fan and geek, jokes in those things are always going to be forced. I'm all for exclusitivity but Thew Adamas wouldnt be any recomendation to host one (partly because hes a dead ringer for somebody I know that ive seen pics of in a onesy)

Tigertracks seems the best use of the mold yet (and I reallly dont like the mold), rotor storm needed to be rotor storm and not a repaint but fortunately at least he has a g2 toy to track down.

Selects deluxes £20ish at kapow at least for rotorstorm so only £3 more for an exclusive (if getting free p&P by spending £100 plus) isnt that bad, and I'm tight.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069497)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:17pm CDT
Goddammit! Almost 82$CAN shipped for this.

NO WAY AM I GONNA BUY THAT!

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Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069498)
Posted by blackeyedprime on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:22pm CDT
OWCH kind of glad I'm not Canadian for that one, it actually hurts me to look at that price.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069499)
Posted by TFfan1 on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:23pm CDT
How strange that they refer to Rotorstorm having a new head sculpt but it's just unpainted Spinister, not even his pink visor. Any chance these aren't final images somehow and we're getting the proper head?
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069500)
Posted by blackeyedprime on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:28pm CDT
Tigertracks £25 at kapow, import stock so may eventually be cheaper if they or ID can get it direct from hasbro. For that price I'd just go for the KO MP but each to their own.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069501)
Posted by Tuned Agent on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:32pm CDT
o.supreme wrote:
Tuned Agent wrote:The fact that the RED series is going to feature more than G1 is awesome, but they're still non-transforming 6" action figures.


True, but at least they are their own line. History would look back much differently on Action Masters had they just been a new line of non-transforming action figures, instead of the next step of the main line/fiction , and thus the death of the original series. ;)

Can you imagine what would happen if Hasbro announced the 3rd part of the WFC Trilogy was just a bunch of non-transforming action figures. :lol:

Very true. :lol: Though I find it rather interesting that they are going to try to sell these while Cheetor and Bumblebee will have fully-transforming Netflix deluxes at the same price point on the shelves at possibly the same time (assuming those Netflix listings were true).
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069502)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:33pm CDT
blackeyedprime wrote:OWCH kind of glad I'm not Canadian for that one, it actually hurts me to look at that price.


Shipping kill the deal but what can I do?

At least, with the taxes already paid, I will not have to be screwed over an extra 10-15$CAN in customs "handling fees".
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069503)
Posted by ScottyP on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:45pm CDT
TFfan1 wrote:How strange that they refer to Rotorstorm having a new head sculpt but it's just unpainted Spinister, not even his pink visor. Any chance these aren't final images somehow and we're getting the proper head?
I really hope so. I didn't expect significant retooling from this but definitely hoped for a new head. It looks like Rotorstorm's headless body took Pyro's head off his corpse.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069504)
Posted by william-james88 on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:49pm CDT
-Kanrabat- wrote:Goddammit! Almost 82$CAN shipped for this.

NO WAY AM I GONNA BUY THAT!



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While I myself am not interested in this, I would expect cnadians to just wait to see who is carrying it in canada. So far we have never missed out on any of these.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069505)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on June 26th, 2020 @ 2:55pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:While I myself am not interested in this, I would expect cnadians to just wait to see who is carrying it in canada. So far we have never missed out on any of these.


I stupidly missed out on the Select Spy cassettes pack. So no way am I gonna miss out on the weapon pack. Plus at least Silver Brunt look nice and justify the shipping cost a bit.
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069509)
Posted by Skritz on June 26th, 2020 @ 3:56pm CDT
Like the total dweeb consoomer I am I ended up getting Tigertrack and Rotorstorm because 'obscure nobodies repaint' are my jam. And before all the IDW people jump at me, Rotorstorm absolutely was in that category and arguably still is a nobody compared to other characters!
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069511)
Posted by Bounti76 on June 26th, 2020 @ 4:01pm CDT
I think I've found a glitch... Centurion was originally listed for the standard $19.99 Selects Deluxe price point. That's what I ordered him at. He's now listed for $29.99 on Pulse. Do you think Hasbro mistakenly listed him at $19.99, realized the mistake, then jacked the price up to what it was supposed to be?
Re: New Transformers Preorders Now Live On Entertainment Earth (2069512)
Posted by o.supreme on June 26th, 2020 @ 4:05pm CDT
Bounti76 wrote:I think I've found a glitch... Centurion was originally listed for three standard $19.99 Selects Deluxe price point. That's what I ordered him at. He's now listed for $29.99 on Pulse. Do you think Hasbro mistakenly listed him at $19.99, realized the mistake, then jacked the price up to what it was supposed to be?



Yes

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