Transformers Beast Hunters Optimus Prime Action Figure

  • Beast Hunter Optimus Prime figure has dragon assault mode for the first time ever
  • 5 spinning cannons
  • 5 rapid-fire missiles
  • Glowing battle lights
  • Dragon-hunting sword and shield

Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Beast Hunter Optimus Prime

The legendary Optimus Prime has fought many battles. This might be his toughest! The Autobot Commander has armored up to battle Predaking, the ferocious leader of the Predacons and one of the most powerful warriors the universe has ever known. Join the battle with this big Beast Hunter Optimus Prime figure.

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For the first time ever, this big Transformers Optimus Prime figure converts to a massive Dragon Assault truck mode and comes with 5 spinning cannons. You can imagine you’re the heroic Autobot Commander, tracking Predaking as a giant beast-hunting truck in Dragon Assault mode. Then, covert to robot mode and imagine you’re blasting the beast with the Dragon Cannon! Fire, then turn the cannon to bring the next barrel into blast position and continue the battle!
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Optimus Prime needs one of the most powerful weapons he’s ever wielded to bring down the menacing Predaking. Outfitted with the supreme power of the Firebreath Cyclocannons, Optimus Prime becomes a whirlwind of devastation from which not even Predaking can hide! The spinning 5-barrel cannon mounts on the figure’s back in robot mode and launches missiles with the push of a button. Battle lights activate with every blast! In truck mode, press the button, and the truck’s windshield lights up.
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There’s more than one way to slay a dragon, and your Beast Hunter Optimus Prime figure is ready with even more beast-hunting battle gear! Arm this Optimus Prime figure for battle with the included Dragon Hunter sword and shield. With the sword and shield in his hands and the Dragon Cannon looming over his shoulder, he’s a powerful-looking warrior ready for any beast-hunting battle you can imagine! Battle with the Beast Fire Predaking figure (sold separately) to create the ultimate Beast Hunters showdown.
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First Time Ever with Dragon Assault Truck Mode and 5 Spinning Cannons
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Glowing Battle Lights
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Dragon Hunter Sword and Shield
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  • First Time Ever with Dragon Assault Truck Mode and 5 Spinning Cannons
  • Optimus Prime is ready for his biggest battle yet
  • 5-Barrel Rotating Dragon Cannon
  • Rapid-fire missiles and imagine you’re blasting the evil Predaking
  • Dragon Hunter Sword and Shield
  • Beast Hunter Optimus Prime is ready to slay the beast with his Dragon Hunter sword and shield
  • Glowing Battle Lights
  • Lights glow when you fire missiles
  • Two Huge Modes
  • In vehicle and robot modes this huge figure is ready for the ultimate battle
  • Ages 5 and up
  • 2 A76 alkaline batteries included
  • Includes Beast Hunter Optimus Prime figure, firing Dragon Cannon, 5 missiles, sword, shield, 2 A76 alkaline batteries and instructions

List Price: $ 59.99

Price: $ 39.99

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3 Responses to Transformers Beast Hunters Optimus Prime Action Figure

  1. Dennis A. Amith (kndy) says:
    24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A stylish Optimus Prime but may be too much of a challenge for children to transform, September 29, 2013
    Dennis A. Amith (kndy) (California) –
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    As a long time owner of various Optimus Prime toys, I take a look at the “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Optimus Prime” Leader Class figure (note: The box doesn’t say Leader Class, but Hasbro has used the term to describe it’s larger figures) which corresponds to the latest CG animated series currently airing on the Hub.

    Over the years of collecting Optimus Prime and then purchasing them for my son is that the quality of the toys tends to change each year and the price tend to go way up. In some areas, there are plus and negatives and having grown up with the original generation of Transformers which I am more biased to. But I try to look at each release today as toys are becoming made with safety in mind for the children and engineers trying to find a way to make Optimus Prime cool, creative and enjoyable for the new generation of “Transformers” fans and collectors.

    So, let’s take a look at “Transformers Beast Hunters Optimus Prime”!


    First, let’s mention that this toy has the Intermediate Level of 2. It does come with double AA batteries (pre-installed) to light up the chest.

    The first impressions of this Leader class figure was how large he is and how different he is from previous versions. He has a shield, a crazy looking sword and missiles galore. I love the fact that he lights up.

    I love the size of this Optimus Prime and while I typically can transform them by figuring it out, I wanted to see how my ten year old would do by following the instructions.

    So, the following are comments that my son had while playing in robot mode:

    * “Dad, the head won’t snap in that easily. Why?” (I went to check on it and sure enough, Optimus Prime’s head was not snapping all the way in. But wanting to see how my son would fix the problem, he said he needed to literally hammer it with another toy and he figured it out.

    * “Dad, he’s hard to pose or stand up straight” (Once again, I told him to figure it out and he eventually did figure it out.

    * “Dad, the instructions are not easy to follow” (Having been a long time “Transformers” fan, while the diagrams of how to transform are there, Hasbro has never made easy diagrams for children to follow, that I found myself just transforming them myself and looking at the box cover because they are in full color, as opposed to the two tone diagrams that are hard to see).

    OK…that was robot form, now vehicle form….

    * “Dad, I can’t follow the instructions….it’s hard to see” (As mentioned, it is hard to see and I found myself ditching the instructions and figuring it out on my own)

    The first thing that I recommend is learning the figure. The part that kids have a difficult time with is the front wheels, which are inside his leg, they can turn and then extend out in front of the figure for its front wheels. The front of the vehicle has a plastic front faceplate that is hidden, and there are grooves to hold the arms and legs in place when putting it into vehicle mode.

    Once I was able to transform it, my son was able to shoot the missiles while in vehicle form but I highly recommend parents to not let their kids shoot these around in areas where they get lost. In fact, each time Optimus Prime was in robot form and fell on its back, all the missiles shout out and it took me even more time to help him find the missiles twice!

    I personally like to keep Optimus Prime toys stationary but for children, you may want to give them a missile or two at a time, just in case they lose them under the fridge, couch or wherever.

    But in vehicle mode, he did have a problem with wanting to turn the missile segment as it kept hitting the shield. He had a problem with that.

    But with all that aside, the “Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters Optimus Prime” figure is rather cool. By hitting the lever on his chest, his chest panels and eyes light up to green and if the spinning missile holder is connected to its back, it will spin when the lever is pushed down and will shoot a missile (most of the time).


    As a longtime “Transformers” toy fan, I had mixed feelings about this Optimus Prime. Aesthetically, the toy looks good and very cool. Rather a bit too plastic for my taste but it does look good. I do miss the small bells and whistles such as extra paint applications and small details which made a big difference to Optimus Prime figures in the last ten years.

    But I do give a thumbs up for how it looks. I do like the ability to make the chest panel and eyes light up to green and the missile holders spinning and shooting out, was a very nice touch.

    I do wish there were more painted details with the sword or shield. Even with the older prime there were some features on the weapons but now they are just basic gray.


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  2. bravenewcraig says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Cool robot, poor truck transformation, May 9, 2014

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    My 5 year old son was so excited to get this, but to transform it from robot to truck is difficult for him; there are very small pegs that need to line up and snap together in order for the toy to hold together in truck form. The pegs are also starting to show stress marks in the plastic, and will proabanly break off. The robot form is a lot of fun, and my son thinks he looks “awesome,” I just wish the truck transformation was easier.


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  3. Del says:
    10 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Very simple, cheap plastic made for the young ones., July 22, 2013

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    With the immanent release of Ultimate Beast hunter Prime (Green version) around the corner, I hope they change their ways and change the way this toy transforms, which is to say very basic and the gimmicky dragon wheel thing needs to be able to snap on and off as it makes Prime way to heavy for most poses. The shield doesn’t fit well and just over all the lack of symmetry makes it feel hap hazard in its construction and design. Not for adults, just kids who want to beat up 60 bucks worth of plastic. Prime is my man, this toy does NOT do him justice.


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