Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer Figure

  • 3-in-1 Decepticon Doubledealer figure is a triple threat
  • Converts from robot mode to tank mode
  • Also converts to jet mode
  • Launching missile
  • Includes figure and missile
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Transformers Generations Thrilling 30 Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer

Celebrate 30 thrilling years of Transformers! These Transformers Generations Thrilling Anniversary figures commemorate the heroic saga of the galaxy’s mightiest robots. After the epic war on their home planet of Cybertron, the great journey to Earth, and the continuing battle across the galaxy, these Autobot and Decepticon warriors have garnered their power from 3 decades of dedication, intergalactic combat, and camaraderie!

Anniversary Edition Decepticon Doubledealer
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Generations Thrilling 30th Anniversary

Although the ancient war between the Autobots and Decepticons has been raging for centuries, the mighty Transformers robots are celebrating 30 Earth years of awesome battle action! When you add these Transformers Generations Thrilling Anniversary action figures to your collection, you can become a part of this epic history. Each toy converts from toy vehicle to robot and back. With awesome action features, amazing detail, and a variety of characters to choose from, there’s something for everyone with Transformers Generations toys! Collect your favorite characters, pick your side, and join the battle for Earth! Each sold separately.

Launching Missile
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Ruthless Warrior for Hire

Decepticon Doubledealer doesn’t really care whom he works for, as long as they can pay his fee. And pay they do. The amount of firepower he carries more than makes up for the fact that he’s totally untrustworthy. He carries enough explosive power with him to shatter mountains to dust, and for that both the Autobots and the Decepticons are willing to pay dearly, handing over crates full of Energon chips in exchange for a single battle’s worth of services.

3 Modes
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Converts From Robot to Jet to Tank

The mercenary Decepticon Doubledealer figure converts from a robot, to a jet, to a tank and back again. He wields a missile launcher that’s one of the most feared weapons in the universe. He’ll use it to level any target he’s hired to destroy. Battle him against your other Transformers figures!

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Includes

Converting Doubledealer figure, missile launcher, 1 missile, and instructions.

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Highlights

1. Thrilling 30 Decepticon Doubledealer anniversary edition 2. Triple Changer converts from robot to jet to tank 3. Missile launcher attaches to all 3 modes

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3 Responses to Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer Figure

  1. Kenneth W. says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressive, February 8, 2014
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    This review is from: Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer Figure (Toy)
    Although the majority of fans will remember him as the Decepticon Powermaster from the G1 toy line, I really liked him in the IDW comic Hot Rod spotlight. He is an Autobot in the comic named Dealer, but at the end it is revealed that he is a Decepticon named Double Dealer and that really caught my interest. Moving on the figure, I really liked this. He is a repaint of the Generations Blitzwing, so that means he does suffer the same shoulder problems like Blitzwing had. But, they did give him a new head sculpt on this one, so that is a plus side. Since he is a repaint of Blitzwing, that means he is a triple changer. He does still change into a jet, tank and robot like Blitzwing did, but I found it really unique that in tank mode, you can see an Autobot insignia on it, but while in jet mode you can see a Decepticon insignia. That was a really nice touch on Hasbro’s part. Now, should you get him? I think that people who follow the IDW comics would appreciate this figure more, like me. G1 fans would like to add him since he was a Powermaster in the original toy line. But I get the feeling that some people probably won’t get him since he is just a repaint of Blitzwing, and they probably don’t want another figure that suffers from that shoulder problem. They won’t get him because they don’t know his character. On a scale of 1 to 10, he gets a 8 I love him, but again, the shoulder problem. C’mon Hasbro, don’t be lazy. But besides that, I think he would make a great addition to any side you put him in.

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  2. ML says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    could be better, but i’m fine, June 10, 2014
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    ML (Santa Clara, CA) –

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer Figure (Toy)
    well, as you can see, doubledealer is a retool of bliztwing. therefore, he’s a triple changer. my brother found this in a taiwan toys rus and bought it down. at first, the transformation was very complicated. and his toy bio claims that he’s a bounty hunter. this isn’t far from the truth. he was actually a bounty hunter, but he had autobot and decpticon partners, autobot knok
    and decpticon skar.

    sadly, the partners aren’t available. therefore, he has a decepticon sign on his jet-nose and an autobot sign on his crouch. the autobot sign is shown when doubledealer is a tank, and the decepticon sign is shown when he’s a jet. on his jet nose there are like-weird shark teeth-mouth signs? this was obviously the reference about doubledealer’s birdie mode. and even better, doubledealer has a sword and a gun, and the tank cannon can be used in the jet mode too, and you can use it to either place it under the the jet’s body or over the jet’s body. and
    doubledealer doesn’t include the switching face gimmick like bliztwing, which is nice too, because there’s no worry about scrapping paint over all three faces. the tank treads have wheels too, unlike brawl and twintwist. sometimes i use my other tank/military transformers, like twintwist and tomahawk to fight him.

    alas, this is where doubledealer’s awesomeness ends. his tank treads sometimes get in the way of transforming the jet if you don’t transform them correctly.
    his wrist guards are small and pop off often.the shoulders don’t stay in place all the time, and the head is sometimes sitting on the body.

    despite the bad points, he’s cooler than bliztwing, and i like the bounty hunter.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Ok for Possing Not Much More…., July 29, 2014
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    MGH

    This review is from: Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Class Decepticon Doubledealer Figure (Toy)
    I bought this figure at my local Toys R Us and it is not that impressive. First off he has a great paint job and good detail. But I found that his transformation is a little difficult and once complete is flimsy. After I got him in jet mode, he feels loose and does not stay together well. This figure is fine if you want to pose or keep him in jet or tank mode, otherwise he is not very good under rough handling or play.

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