Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection 2 – Generation Autobot Drift

  • Race into action with this fearsome AUTOBOT DRIFT figure In robot mode with his dual sword accessories, this fighter is as tough as they come
  • It?s time to chase down his enemies
  • Store his ?swords? and convert him to sports car vehicle mode
  • He can ?tear up the streets? in hot pursuit
  • Heroic robot fighter converts from fierce robot mode with dual sword accessories to speedy sports car vehicle mode ? and back again

Autobot Drift used to fight for Megatron and was known as one of the most terrible warriors ever to stalk the face of Cybertron. Something happened that changed him, bringing home all the horror he’d inflicted. Since then, he has hunted the Decepticons from one end of the galaxy to the other, bringing his own brand of justice to the evil robots. Race into action with this fearsome Autobot Drift figure. In robot mode with his sword accessories, this fighter is as tough as they come. When it’s time to chase down his enemies, store his swords and convert him to sports car vehicle mode so he can tear up the streets in hot pursuit. This heroic robot fighter converts from fierce robot mode with three sword accessories to speedy sports car vehicle mode – and back again.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 2.8 (L) x 7.5 (W) x 12 (H)
  • Age: 5 years and up

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 59.99

3 Responses to Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection 2 – Generation Autobot Drift

  1. Ragamuffin says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the better Transformers to come out in a while, August 27, 2010
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection 2 – Generation Autobot Drift (Toy)

    Having collected Transformers since G1 in the 80s, I’ve been very disapointed with the latest Transformers line (especially Cybertronian Optimus and Bumblebee, who both look like they’ve gotten robot boob jobs). This new Drfit figure is fantastic and very remanisant of G1 robots, especially Jazz. Love his overal sculpt and the swords are very cool. Some old schoolers don’t like the Drift character in general, but I think he fits right in. Take note though, I got Drift for HALF the twenty dollar price its going for on Amazon here at Target. Also check out the new Thrust if you’re looking for a Decepticon for Drift to fight.

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  2. Jones Spirius says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Driftin’ down the street and slicin’ some decepticon trash!, November 25, 2010
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    Jones Spirius (NY USA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection 2 – Generation Autobot Drift (Toy)

    Drift is the man! or should I say the BOT!? He is all around awesome with two epic modes and three unstoppable swords! Let’s get the recommendation part out of the way so I’ll just say that you should ABSOLUTELY get this figure!

    Now for the detailed review.

    Vehicle mode is a very solid Japanese race car sporting a very nice red and white color scheme with some cool Japanese symbols on the doors. The Japanese car mode actually scores him a few points for educational value as a cultural thing! So buy him for your kids so they can learn about Japan! (wink, wink)

    Robot mode is just fantastic! Drift can strike some truly epic poses in his full samurai gear with three swords that he uses to devastate those devious decepticons! The two shorst swords are made of a very solid rubber-plastic so they are safe but not too floppy. The long sword is just plain impressive and Drift can hold it in both hands for even more epic samurai action!

    Long story short, get Drift, be happy, and Have a Fantastic Holiday season!

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  3. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    As a Transformer, Peerless under Heaven…, January 4, 2012
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection 2 – Generation Autobot Drift (Toy)

    Okay… here comes my first Amazon.com review. I suppose I have to begin by saying that I did not actually buy this figure here on Amazon. It actually came from the Hasbro Toy Shop website. I have had Drift almost a year now and have not regretted it. Among the fairly large number of Transformers both my Brother and I own, this guy is definitely among the best.

    His being such a great figure, I am going to need to pick out a few select areas to talk about.

    First, he is amazingly stable. When transforming, everything locks smoothly into place and holds together very well. When standing, large-ish feet can help him to stay on, well, his feet. However, this also can make a bit of trouble on occasion. The feet are essentially part of the legs, so he doesn’t have ankles that bend. This only creates a few minor issues and can be easily worked around. On my figure, at least, the joints are also very solid and enable him to hold a lot of great poses. In addition, there are quite a few joints in arms, meaning that he can move his upper limbs almost anyway you want. Unfortunately, Drift’s swords, while very cool, are made of a rubbery substance that is easily bent. Handle with care and do not leave in a hot car for two hours or they will bend! Anyway, that aside, he is one of those toys that you could give a three year old for two hours and then get the toy back in one piece.

    Moving on, Drift has surprisingly few features for a more recent Transformer. His only weapons are the two swords and his only real “feature” is being able to transform. Part of that is what I like, however. He is simple, easy to use, and has storage for all his weapons. The car doors double as sheaths for the daggers, and he has a little piece of plastic on his back that the long sword clips into.

    There is surprisingly little to say about the transform. Not having many features, this probably shouldn’t be surprising. Still, I like it because you can change back and forth fairly fast, but it is interesting enough to keep you occupied and not bored. He has a couple of more difficult parts that a parent might need to help a kid with at first, but only for the first couple times. The normal formula of “front-forms-arms-back-forms-feet” also works quite well here.

    Well, that’s pretty much the figure. I highly recommend him at any price, though mainly for collectors, especially at the current price. On a side note, you know that little inscription on his long sword? Well, multiple people are in agreement over what it means. In Japanese, it translates to “Peerless Under Heaven” which I think suits Drift perfectly.

    U.N. Known

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