Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by ricflairandy, Aug 2, 2010.
got the following today from poundland .... so obviously for £1 each..
Any ideas what they are?
They look like Animated Activator knockoffs
KO's of Animated activators. Coolio.
They do indeed look like Animated Activator knock offs.
Also, Mr. Thew hit up Poundland ....The result:
YouTube - Knockoff Beatdown: Thew's Awesome Transformers Reviews #28
Wish my Poundland would get these. Last I looked they were still stuffed with those Combaticon KOs.
yeah thought so but never really been into the animated transformers. I have an addiction to cheap fake toys though.
Shame they didnt have any others. Would have liked the remaining 3.
Where is your poundland? I wouldnt mind some combaticon kos!
Well it seems the 3 you don't have pictures for are KO's of ROTF scouts if the back package pic is to go by.
Animated Activator KO
Dude, I need to get me some of these. I love Poundland KO's.
Not sure if ill bother openeing them yet, cant see why not, b ut still.
Looking at them , it looks like they are spring loaded aswell btw
seen these in my local pound land today along side KO's of the Machine wars jets in raindow colours. they look sooo cheap honestly £1 is asking for a bit much. Also BB's arms are just 1 peace of plastic so they have made these about as simple as they can get
That's how Animated activators work. In alt mode you push a button and they automatically transform into robot mode (well, you still have to move a few things, but you get the idea.)
They look good anyway. I got some of the robot masters knockoffs a few years back, missed out ont he combiner knockoffs thouh
Yes, these are definitely the (slightly oversized) TFA activator knock-offs.
I could only find the Ratchet and Prime ones in London. The seeker mold looks great.
Certainly, the Poundland in Ealing Broadway had all four combaticon limbs in RiD-accurate recolours.
Great find, though. The activators are fun to play with but those KOs are a little, well, unstable back in Alt mode.
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