Hasbro Star Wars Transformers - Luke and X-Wing Fighter
Hasbro Star Wars Transformers - Luke and X-Wing Fighter
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|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Star Wars Transformers Luke Skywalker & X-Wing Fighter
|Package Length:||11.65 inches|
|Package Width:||8.74 inches|
|Package Height:||3.54 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.75 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 6 reviews|
In order to bring balance back to the Force, Luke Skywalker must confront and defeat Darth Vader
Using his powers of the Force, Luke converts into X-Wing fighter mode and travels across the galaxy to face his foe
Using proton torpedoes and a barrage of missiles, Luke battles Imperial fighters and ruthless bounty hunters as he embarks on his quest to confront his destiny
Amazing Star Wars figure converts from X-wing fighter to Jedi warrior and back
Figure comes with 4 projectile missiles, light saber and Luke Skywalker pilot figure
|Average Customer Review: ( 6 customer reviews )
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26 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Good idea, uneven quality Aug 08, 2006
By J. M. Lee
I bought several of these transformers for my 6-year-old son, who is crazy about Star Wars. He loves them, but they vary in quality -- the Obi-Wan and Anakin transformers are sturdy, but General Grievous has many parts which come off easily, and parts of Luke Skywalker broke within a day. The Darth Vader transformer has held up well (my 2-year old has one of those too, and it has stood up to his handling) but it also has pieces which sometimes are hard to attach well. Still, my son loves these toys and even plays with the broken Luke transformer, though not as much as the others. My advice: buy Anakin or Obi-Wan but think twice about Luke and General Grievous.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Breaks easily Nov 18, 2006
My son was so excited to get this for his birthday. He was devastated when the leg broke off after rather gentle play within about 30min. We contacted Hasbro and they were very good about sending us a replacement. Unfortunately, the replacement's leg broke in the same place after about 5 minutes and my son was being very careful not to break it. It just isn't a sturdy toy. We also have Anakin, Darth Maul, and Obi Wan and so far, none have broken.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Poor build quality Nov 20, 2006
By A. Chen
Avoid buying this toy. Though many of the other toys in the transformer line are reasonably sturdy, this one was exceptionally poor. The bond keeping the pilot together immediately broke. The arms and legs don't stay on very well, and after minimal regular handling, you can see stress fractures in the plastic in the joints. The light saber that the transformed robot was supposed to hold is too small for the robot to actually hold.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
This One, the Force May Be In Oct 22, 2006
The original X-Wing with superior detailing. There are many detail lines which make the vehicle look very realistic, along with the paint scratches. The R2-D2 unit in the slot is unremovable and faces the back, just like when it repairs Luke's in "A New Hope". A miniature Luke, whose arms and feet move swing up and down, fits in the cockpit, though not a perfect fit, is a nice little bonus. There are four lasers, each on a wing foil, which fires, though you have to push the back with you're finger, other than be spring loaded. For some reason, the engines can swivel, up or down. There is landing gear, two on the lowerwings and one on the nose. A lightsaber is attached on the bottom of the ship, but may have a hard time staying there. The lightsaber is also blue, instead of movie green, but George Lucas planned for it to originaly be blue, so this may or may not be a nod to that.
The robot/Luke mode looks like a robot, though all of them do. The forearms, front body, hip area, and thighs are orange. The hands, rear thighs, and lower legs are black. The feet are mostly dark tan with a bit of white here and there. The rest of the toy is gray/dark gray. The sides of the nose of the vehicle form sorts of plates for the feet, which really don't belong. The shoulders have blades(wings) that are very wide, making it look like he can fly. Luke wears a helmet with a yellow visor and the Republic symbol on it. The back is where two of the foils connect, giving him another pair of wings. The laser cannons can be removed or kept on, thogh look out of place IMO. Luke can grasp one of the laser cannons, or the lightsaber, in each hand. My lightsaber has to be positioned just right to stay, and the right hand is loose, though this may just be mine. The Luke mini-figure fits in the chest.
Luke's foot broke while I was transforming him the first time. The foot has to rotate, and the hexagon peg just wouldn't let it. The joint is made of rubber, so I tried until it snapped. My dad fixed it, but I still have to be careful, and the end of the nose is slightly curved off to the side.
Overall, this is a decent figure, just be careful of the foot. I think the detail is superior to most others of its size, so I'm not even gonna try to detail it.
My Grandson Luke loved it Feb 28, 2012
By Lynne Bernier
Pleased to have found a perfect toy for my Grandson Luke. He loved Transformer and Star Wars and this one had a tiny Luke Skywalker.
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