Transformers Prime Robots in Disguise Deluxe Class Autobot Bumblebee Figure

  • Team up with this heroic, incredibly brave Autobot scout
  • Bumblebee figure converts from robot mode to sports car mode and back again
  • Snap the blasters onto his arms in robot mode, or the hood in sports car mode
  • Collectible Information: Deluxe Class Series 1 001 Autobot Bumblebee
  • Converting Bumblebee action figure and 2 snap-on blasters

Bumblebee is a warrior and scout who serves as part of the elite squad commanded by Optimus Prime. Together with his human friend Raf, he stands as Earth’s first line of defense against the evil Decepticons. Your fierce BUMBLEBEE figure is ready to stand against the DECEPTICON menace! In robot mode, your BUMBLEBEE figure’s blasters snap on to his arms when he needs extra firepower. Convert him to sports car mode when it’s speed he needs, and snap the blasters on to the hood! Keep converting him back and forth so he can handle whatever his enemies throw at him!

List Price: $ 17.99

Price: $ 24.99

3 Responses to Transformers Prime Robots in Disguise Deluxe Class Autobot Bumblebee Figure

  1. Ian Cabling says:
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    RID Bumblebee, July 29, 2012
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    Ian Cabling (Bothell, WA) –

    = 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 Prime Robots in Disguise Deluxe Class Autobot Bumblebee Figure (Toy)

    Poor Bee. This figure is very unpopular among fans in general and overall, just a very dissapointing representation of the character in the show. And to add insult to injury, this guy is a major shelfwarmer at retail. I mean seriously, you can’t go to the TF aisle at Toys R Us without seeing at least 50 Bees. According to Seibertron, he was a 3 per case for the first two waves. Yeah. But after reading this review, you’ll (hopefully) see that this mold is not to be judged quickly and I’m happy I got this guy.

    Vehicle Mode- Like the FE, Bee turns into an Urbana 500. Vehicle mode looks decent. But Hasbro got really lazy with the paint job. They just did the yellow color with the black stripes the grill, and that’s it. Not even the TAILIGHTS are painted. The rims are black. Just inferior to the FE.

    Transformation is fairly simple. Open the doors, fold out the legs, fold down the feet, flip down the backpack, and push his shoulders back to have a “dramatic” head reveal. It’s practically a 1, 2, and 3. Which is why this is definetly the choice for kids.

    Robot Mode- Here where things get ugly. Holds together good (except the neck). Decently posable. But the screen accuracy is just TERRIBLE. He’s got this big collar behind his head, and he sometimes has a loooong neck, due to the fact the neck has nothing to peg on. You could tell it’s Bee, but he just doesn’t look the same. As for looks, I agree with HavokH85, this is 28% accurate. I think my problem though, is that I’m a little spoiled by the FE. That looked perfect.

    Overall, this guy is the weakest in the line. He’s definetly geared more towards children, as the transformation would imply. Ergo, I reccomend this to parents. Collectors, stick with the FE unless you’re trying to collect all in the series, even the RID second molds. Parents, get this mold.

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  2. Ryan M. Lutz "blood vamp" says:
    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ravage 24/7, March 2, 2012
    By 
    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: Transformers Prime Robots in Disguise Deluxe Class Autobot Bumblebee Figure (Toy)

    Transformers Prime Revealers Bumblebee is one cool autobot hero!I do own the first edition Bumblebee version to compare the revealers edition too and while the first edition version is the better of the two,this version is still a good transformer all around.There are slight differences in detail between the two.The first edition had more detail on the headlights and silver with the wheels.The revealers edition the wheels are solid black with less detail on the headlights.The doors are one solid piece as well where the first edition had folding windows.The head piece on the revealers has a more lighter silver color in the face where the first edition has a more dark silver color in the face.There also is no extra piece at the back of the head in the first edition like there is in the revealers version.Bumblebee still has great transformers prime realistic detail in sports car mode.In robot mode Bee has good articulation overall.Bumblebee comes with 2 snap-on blasters.In the first edition version you get 1 blaster compared to the 2 in this version.The blasters can be positioned on both arms in robot mode while attaching to the hood in sports car mode.The poseability is outstanding with great stability for creating cool battle scenes or displaying where you please.The durability is excellent as well with secure joints and a secure build in either sports car or robot mode.The transformation level is intermediate meaning if you have plenty of experience with transformers there is mid-level difficulty.If you are a parent buying for a child of 5-6 or younger you might have to help some in the process.Bumblebee does have a very versatile transformation that is managable for most ages.To start off swing the doors out while the back section rotates downwards.The arms then rotate down as well while the feet rotate out.The legs then seperate as the hood piece folds down onto the back with the rear window piece folding underneath the hood piece.Next the arms rotate outwards as the head piece is revealed at the same time.This is all one motion so you might to be a little more careful on this part of the process.The upper torso then comes together to complete the process.The blasters attach to each arm and Bumblebee is ready for battle.Transformers Revealers Bumblebee is still a good all around transformer that is a worthwhile pickup for fans of all ages.Bottom line Bumblebee is a high quality,well-made,10 out of 10 transformer all fans will enjoy.I highly recommend Bumblebee to all transformer fans and collectors alike.Bumblebee Rocks and Transformers Rule!!!

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  3. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great gift!!!, December 19, 2013
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    rete (Newman, IL) –

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    Gift for a great grandson and he loved it!!! It was one of the special things on his Christmas list!!!

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