Star Wars Deluxe Transformer Millenium Falcon
Star Wars Deluxe Transformer Millenium Falcon
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The fearless duo of Han Solo and Chewbacca elevates the Star Wars Transformers line to new heights. Combine the two and you get the trusty, battle-ready Millennium Falcon, then you can take it apart for two separate figures. Features electronic lights and sounds. Requires 4 "AA" batteries, included. Falcon measures 17" long.
|Product Length:||4.1 inches|
|Product Width:||11.9 inches|
|Product Height:||16.9 inches|
|Product Weight:||2.4 pounds|
|Package Length:||16.8 inches|
|Package Width:||12.0 inches|
|Package Height:||4.2 inches|
|Package Weight:||2.65 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 16 reviews|
Han Solo and Chewbacca combine to form the Millennium Falcon
Each figure stands 7 inches tall
Vehicle features lights and sounds
Repeats classic quotes, such as 'I have a bad feeling about this!' and 'She's the fastest ship in the fleet.'
Micro action figures of Captain Solo and the Wookiee are included and can sit inside the vehicle's opening canopy
|Average Customer Review: ( 16 customer reviews )
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25 of 32 found the following review helpful:
It's 2 stars in 1 warship Aug 04, 2006
By C. Sides
It's the best toy concept ever. It's a geek's dream. It's Han Solo and Chewbacca which transform and combine to form the Millennium Falcon. It's got lights. It's got sound. It's got firing missiles. It's got working landing gear. It's got all kinds of things.
If you'll forgive a little boasting I thought of the Star Wars Transformers idea when I was like 8. So I was excited to see that come into being. If only I could have been the one to sell them the idea... Anyway, when they announced the line I got to thinking about which figures they should make. The very first thing I thought of was Han and Chewie forming the Falcon. Hey, I'm good at this, maybe I can get a job with Hasbro. So I had already decided this would be the best toy ever conceived when they announced it was coming.
I have not been disappointed! First of all the packaging is a little better than the others in the line. There's not so much empty, useless space in the box, the silly little discs are absent as is the poorly written action paragraphs on the back. The package just looks refined a little. Yeah, yeah, who really cares right?
I'm usually not impressed with the electronics on toys like this. I'm not getting them for playability, though, so I can't speak for everyone. This one is a different story. You get some comments from Han, growls from Chewie, and a few other sounds, plus a light-up thrusters and some lights around the upper gun. The sounds are good recordings, better than what I've heard on most toys like this. The activation buttons and battery compartments are well disguised so they don't spoil the look.
I don't care anything about having pilot figures, but this one includes two. The cockpit opens and has 2 seats for them (though front and back rather than side by side). There is an extra seat on Han's chest for the Han pilot in mech mode.
The figures look good. In fact, Chewie is the best of the line. He is very broad-shouldered (more so than the regular character, but the look fits) with a chest that slides forward like protruding pecs, a minor detail that adds a great deal of heft to his upper body. The brown accents help give him a Wookiee look though mostly he is light gray. His head sculpt looks great with a lot of detail given to his fur, but it's mechanized fur which is interesting. Something else of note is that his feet are different than the picture on the box and internet. He actually has brown paws that flip out. The feet were one of the biggest nitpicks I noticed in the promotional images so seeing that they actually look better on the figure was exciting. His hands are by far the best sculpt of any so far. They are so far beyond the early figures like OB1, I wouldn't think they would be from the same line. Some others have had better hands, but Chewie's are the only ones that are anywhere near impressive. The only real ship part he has hanging around is the thrusters (unless you count the cockpit on the shoulder, but that's optional). Other than that he really doesn't look like he would turn into anything like a ship. His articulation is great with several joints along his arms, rotating wrists, rotating head, posable hips and knees, etc. I've had no problems balancing him and have been able to get him into a variety of active-looking poses.
Han isn't quite as impressive as Chewie, but he still looks better than almost any other figure. The more organic head sculpt isn't as sharp. Helmets just translate better I guess (with the exception of Chewie). Still, it has a lot of detail and looks as good if not better than the other human faces in the line. His hands are sculpted better than most but not even close to Chewie's level of detail. Han's blue accents aren't as distinctive as Chewie's brown but do give him some color. He has more visible ship parts hanging around, most notably two huge shoulder pads. The problem with these are that positioning them flat over the shoulders where they look the best interfere with shoulder movement. He has the same basic joints as Chewie, but his arms don't move as freely, and he doesn't balance as well which limits his poses more.
The ship looks good. There are some tell-tale cracks in the hull where the pieces don't sit flush and some exposed joints, but it looks solid. The only things I really don't like are Chewie's exposed fists and the holes right in front of them. Being a combiner the joining of the two has to be taken into account. It holds together impressively well, better, in fact, than some of the regular ships.
There is a trade off for holding together so well which is difficulty in separating the parts for transformation. Splitting the ship apart for the 2 figures can be frustratingly difficult since no one wants to apply so much force the figure breaks. While not as bad as that, Han's feet can be a problem, too. Unsnapping them can easily cause his leg joints to separate. It's easy enough to fix but a little annoying. Other than the difficulties of force, the transformation is moderately challenging, nowhere near as hard as most Alternators, but difficult enough to be fun.
There are a few parts that have to come off for the transformation. The cockpit and side missile block Han's feet and have to be removed regardless of what you do with them in mech mode. The cockpit is intended for Chewie's shoulder. The dish has to come off and is most commonly placed on Han's shoulder pad. The guns, of course, come off so they can be held, but it's possible, if you want, to leave them on until the end and have the characters reach around and remove them by hand. While I prefer to not have parts that have to be removed for transformation, I'm glad there aren't any more than the few there are on this one.
I think my biggest complaint visually is the side missile launcher. This is the biggest deviation from the look of the regular Falcon design. It spoils the look of the ship and doesn't do anything for the Han mech. The firing trigger also sticks out in an unattractive way. With all the guns already there what's the point of this extra launcher? It doesn't look as bad on the real thing as it does in the picture, but I would have preferred not to have it.
I can't think of too many improvements they could have made other than losing the extra side cannon and not removing the cockpit. It would have been great if they could have found a way to include Chewie's trademark bandoleer, but not having it is not a major loss. The only other neat addition might have been a working landing ramp that we see them use in the movie.
This is a well-made Transformer. It's considerably more pricey than the others in the line, but it's exceptionally fun and great looking. If the cost isn't daunting to you I highly recommend it.
48 of 64 found the following review helpful:
Another piece of junk from Hasbro Oct 07, 2006
By mad mama
If I could I would give this product zero stars. Every cent we spent on this product was a waste. My son just received 5 different Star Wars Transformers for his birthday (Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Obi Wan, Jango Fett, and the Han Solo/Chewbacca sets). I am so tired of Hasbro selling cheap pieces of junk that do NOT hold together for 5 minutes. My son is beyond frustrated and I am tired of continually trying to put the things back together. We had this same problem last Christmas with Hasbro Star Wars figures. My child is not hard on his toys, but within 24 hours a couple of figures had already lost arms! The thing that drives me nuts is that we still have the Kenner figures that belonged to my husband in the 70's and early 80's and they are still in perfect shape. Why can't Hasbro figure out how to copy those designs and create a quality product?!? The bottom line is that they won't as long as consumers continue to buy this junk and not complain. I have contacted Hasbro customer service and I continually get the run-around. They simply seem to not care about the quality of these products.
12 of 16 found the following review helpful:
THE BEST MILLENNIUM FALCON TOY EVER!!! Jul 09, 2006
This is a really cool toy! The millennium comes apart into two awesome star wars action figures han solo and chewbacca! the top gun is hans blaster and the botom gun is chewbaccas bow caster! And it has light and sounds when you press on a botton the falcon lights up and you can hear hans moive lines! same thing with chewy too! it also has three lanching miseles two polet figuers and it is very detaled!
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
pretty cool Dec 16, 2006
By Jimmy Beam
For a star wars/transformers nerd its pretty cool.. but it's more for collection than anything.. whats cooler is I got mine at target for 15 bucks!! I should have bought 2
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Both my favorite Transformer and Star Wars toy rolled into one! Feb 09, 2011
"Frothy Mecha fan"
I love this toy. It is a chick magnet - if you're lucky enough to find someone very understanding or as geeky as yourself.
Like another reviewer, I also thought up the idea of transforming Star Wars ships as a kid. But I never would've thought of the Falcon being a combiner with Harrison Ford and Chewie as robots! This product is my favorite in the line, along with the Death Star that unfolds into Darth Vader Unicron-style.
Light up lasers and engines with Han and Chewie's witty repartee in the background. Life doesn't get much better than that.
Is this ship proportioned REEL-istically? No. But who cares?!? The Millenium Falcon splits into a couple of Gundams! The dorsal cannon is too big but it shoots missiles. The ventral cannon becomes Chewbacca's bowcaster. She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts.
I like how these robots have Han and Chewie mini-figures so they can pilot the robots like Veritechs. The Han-bot cockpit in the dorsal gun mount is kewl.
My one gripe with mine (I dunno if this is a universal issue) is that when you transform Han-bot, the radar dish peg is too small to stay firmly in its slot on Han-bot's shoulder.
Overall the play value and the genius of the concept have me singing this toy's praises.
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