So you may ask what a Dinomech is, and that’s a good question. These are pretty good quality dinosaur transformers that are distributed by Toysmith toys in the USA. You have probably seen the cheap knock offs of these in dollar stores before. Well, to start off this figure is from the Dinomech 2 Series, so I missed series 1 apparently. This figure is of Chasmosaurus, a Dinosaur from the cretaceous period. For the simplicity of this review, I will simply call him “Bob”. Bob looks fantastic in beast mode. He is very detailed all over, including a very cool rubbery crest on his head. He has several points of articulation in Beast mode, including all legs. The back legs rotate at the knee as well. Finally, the tail is actually two pieces, and each rotates. The plastic is heavy and is really good quality. I expected the plastic to be cheap and brittle, but I think it would hold up really well if it was played with. Robot mode is a different story. Bob’s robot legs don’t bend or move in anyway, except to extend to make the robot a little taller. The robot arms on the other hand, are fantastic, with many points of articulation. He is shown on the back of the card with a gun, but none was included in the package. He can hold most weapons with ease. As you can see, he can hold Transmetal Rattrap’s tail and he could even hold bow like weapon if you had one, as illustrated by the paint brush. Another bad point in robot mode is that neither his head nor his waist turn, which limits the figure on many levels. All in all, the figure is pretty cool if you like brick-formers or dinosaurs. The price I paid was $6.99 at a local Hobby Town store and I don’t regret buying him at all. The other figures available in this wave are Dilophosaurus, Deinonychus, and a T-Rex.