KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ

  • Whether they?re riding inside or directing the action from the outside, your poseable KREON figures are there to help your hero save the day!
  • Build the AUTOBOT® team?s special ops commander, AUTOBOT JAZZ, in vehicle or robot mode with this 2-in-1 set of 122 KRE-O construction pieces!
  • Includes 2 KREON figures: AUTOBOT JAZZ and Race Driver!
  • 2-in-1 KRE-O construction set lets you build AUTOBOT JAZZ as a robot figure or as a race car! In vehicle mode, one of your KREON figures can ride inside the race car!
  • Set includes 122 KRE-O pieces and 2 KREON figures. Product does not convert. Ages 6 to 12.

KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ

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3 Responses to KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ

  1. Stephanie Land says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Jazz, I love you but I wish you were white and black., May 27, 2012
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    Stephanie Land (Houston, TX USA) –
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ (Toy)

    First, a brief background on me, to qualify my review: I’m an adult transformers collector who takes all her transformers toys out of their packaging and transforms them. In the case of the Kre-o, assembles them. As a child, my parents refused to purchase action figures or Barbies, but freely bought Legos for Christmases and birthdays.

    Now on to the toy: In robot mode Jazz is about as big as a regular Deluxe Transformers toy. His car mode fits solidly in my hand and I could probably throw him at somebody and do them an injury. Very solid, his car mode. He looks pretty good, but aesthetically I would have chosen white blocks instead of silver and gray. Especially since the little robot figure in the set IS white. It’s white, but the big assembled Jazz isn’t? That’s just kind of odd. I’m almost tempted to get some other white blocks and put them in place of the silver and gray. The gray is fine, but the silver has some marbleizing. I like the fact that his tires are rubber, but I wish they would actually roll.

    No mode uses all the blocks. In car mode you’re not using most of the ball joint pieces and in robot mode you’re not using the wheel arches. I actually was disappointed by this, since I can’t put him in one mode or the other and not have loose pieces that I have to store somewhere else when I put him on the shelf to display.

    I didn’t have any problems with the instructions, I thought they were pretty clear and straightforward. The plastic is of pretty good quality and construction. The little people figures though seemed a little cheaper made than their Lego counterparts … but I do like having the little robots. So cute! Little Kre-o Jazz now lives with his bros Legends Jazz and Reveal the Shield Jazz on the shelf.

    Now on to the bad: The instructions do not lay flat. It’s a minor quibble, but it’s a really annoying detail, because I’ve got my hands full of Jazz parts and Jazz and can’t spare a hand to pin the instructions down. I used a book. Still very annoying. They should have just stapled the instructions Lego style instead of binding them booklet style. It LOOKS better bound, but it’s less practical. Then there’s a red chair in the box … but it isn’t in the instructions AT ALL. I can assume it goes in car mode, but it’s not explicitly laid out (which is should be). There is also a random extra sticker that also isn’t in the instructions. I have NO IDEA where this sticker is supposed to go. Speaking of stickers? CHEAP, HASBRO, CHEAP. Lego has painted blocks … Hasbro makes you apply stickers to get detailing on Jazz. APPLY STICKERS. Honestly, Hasbro, it couldn’t have cost that much to PAINT A FEW BLOCKS THAT YOU ARE MASS PRODUCING. As an adult, I had a hard time getting these on neat and straight and undamaged … I can only imagine what children would go through. Not to mention the damage the stickers will suffer from the amount of play children would put any set through. This more than anything really showed the lesser quality of this set of blocks in comparison to it’s Lego counterpart.

    Overall? I liked it. I enjoyed putting it together. I got satisfaction out of putting together a favored Transformers character. But … but … there was always those small annoying cheap bits about the set that put me off, like the booklet and the stickers. The stickers most of all. So I give this set a three. One star loss for the stickers. One star loss for the instructions, not only for the inconvenience, but also the extra random parts not mentioned in them.

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  2. Ryan M. Lutz "blood vamp" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ravage 24/7, January 3, 2012
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    Ryan M. Lutz “blood vamp” (Richmond,VA USA) –
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ (Toy)

    Jazz Kre-o is awesome!Jazz comes in the classic G1 mode in a silver color instead of white.I have most of the transformers Kre-o sets including Prowl,Ratchet,Sideswipe,Bumblebee,Megatron,Starscream,and Optimus Prime to compare Jazz too and am honestly 100% satisfied with this construction set version.The only big difference with Jazz compared to the 20$ and up sets is Jazz dosen’t have real looking hand pieces,but this minor for how cool the kit is all together.Jazz is a great set to start with that most ages can handle relatively quickly for hours of enjoyment.The Kre-o bricks are very solid and well built with awesome durability.The Kre-o bricks also fit securely together with great quality for a cool looking race car or robot.The Kre-o sets are just as good as lego and blow mega blocks out of the universe!Jazz has outstanding poseability with great stability by having ball joints in the legs that rotate very well and securely fit together.All the Kre-o pieces in either robot or race car mode fit securely together for an amazing finished product.The durability is excellent as well with all pieces being very solid all around.Jazz comes with two kreons that include Jazz and a Race Car Driver.The Kreons are well built and are easy to construct.Each mode can take 1-2 hours to build and are very cool looking once your done.The race car mode is easier to construct than the robot mode,but the difference in difficulty is very minor to construct.You will have some pieces leftover after building each mode,so you might want to keep a ziploc bag handy to put the pieces in so you don’t misplace any.Jazz comes with 122 pieces for the set.Some are somewhat small so you will want to be careful when taking them out of the bags not to misplace any of these as well.Jazz has an age recommendation of 6-12 which means he is perfect for most ages.Like I said before Jazz is a great starter kit where a parent and child can have bonding time while the child can learn constructive building skills.Bottom Line Jazz Kre-o is a high quality,well-made,10 out of 10 construction kit that will bring all fans enjoyment all around.I highly recommend Jazz to all transformer fans and collectors out there.Jazz Rocks and Transformers Rule!!!

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Doesn’t actually transform, October 26, 2012
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    Ross Mendel “Ross” (Santa Monica, CA) –

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: KRE-O Transformers – JAZZ (Toy)

    While this is a good value, and I gave it a good review, please realize these downsides:

    1) The car and robot do not transform, you have to completely disassemble one and then start from scratch to create the other.

    2) I’d guess it takes 15-25 minutes to build either item, and due to the convoluted way it’s assembled, you absolutely must use the directions, it is not something that even an experienced Lego builder can put together intuitively.

    What was really frustrating was my young son would ask me to build the car, then the moment I was finished, he would ask me to take it apart and build the robot. So it might be better for a child who is a bit older, and can do it himself.

    Positives are, the pieces seem to fit just as well as genuine Lego blocks, and if you don’t care about ever building the robot or car again, these are some fun pieces to mix/add to a lego collection.

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