Kre-o Transformers Deception Ambush Set

  • Robot hero figure converts from vehicle mode to robot and back again
  • Light-up weapons bring the sights and sounds of battle to life
  • Weapons work with any MechTech Transformers figure
  • Includes 2 ?AA? batteries

This awesome Kre-O Transformers Playset – Decepticon Ambush is your ticket to incredible TRANSFORMERS building action! Use the 80 pieces to build an all-terrain vehicle or a robot drone for the QUEST FOR ENERGON. Your heavily armed CLIFFJUMPER KREON figure is ready to take on your VEHICON KREON figures, and only you can build the vehicles they need! The ATV can handle any obstacle you put in front of it, and you can equip the robot drone with plenty of firepower. Build and rebuild for the coolest TRANSFORMERS adventures yet! Ages 6-12

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One Response to Kre-o Transformers Deception Ambush Set

  1. Riboflavin says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Kreo getting better, but not great., August 21, 2012

    = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Kre-o Transformers Deception Ambush Set (Toy)

    Kreo has upped the feel of quality over last year offerings, but there is still a cheap feel to everything from design to execution. The most concerning problem for these toys are visible stress marks to the plastic around the Kero figure hands. It’s hard to know what impact those will have on long-term durability, and if a wrist will break one day. The Cliffjumper figure has some sloppy red paint decoration applied on his feet too. Other than that, the figures are pretty good. Tight joints, with quality looking plastic. There is an extra transparent blue torso that can be swapped with Cliffjumper’s regular torso for an “energy” effect look.

    The vehicle and check point accessories are pretty bland in design. A big detractor is the poorly cut stickers which do not fit properly on the faces of the bricks they are intended for. The stickers all overhang a little no matter how they are placed. Some of the bricks have strange design choices, probably to avoid LEGO patents. They work fine, but seem odd. The best part by far is a transparent purple tile with a raised Decepticon logo on it. Interestingly, there were no extra pieces left over as is customary with LEGO and Mega Blocks. So be careful when building.

    Overall, it’s a decent toy building set. The uniqueness of the little robot figures makes the set, and they should be fun for any kid that likes sci-fi robot themes. There are certainly better building sets to choose from, but none with this theme.

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