The most durable TF toy?

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  1. rizuan76

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    Ok what's the most durable TF toy for any of you here?

    For me it's Transmetal Optimus Primal. b'coz even during my so-called lean yrs in the 90's when i wasn't really into TFs anymore (was into music grunge,alternative, metal & going to alot of gigs) he was lying around the house everywhere. you name it - living room, the store room, kitchen & strewn around like an unwanted child. he's been used as a target practice with thick rubberbands. played with roughly by little kids i.e cousin & nephews (flung around by them). it's also been missing for sometimes & always found in some parts of the house. i've dropped it countless times until i just lost track. in short he's the most taken for granted TFs in my collection. he's always been there, no matter what.

    But not anymore. now he's one of my treasured TF in my collection & sometimes i do feel bad for all the yrs of mistreatment that it went thru.

    It's still in one piece btw.
     
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    6" Titanium Cheetor...
     
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    Me too! He was my first transformer. I lost all the accessories, but they showed up around the house some years later. Although one of his antennae did break off, I replaced the head recently and now my First TF is perfect again.
     
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    Soundblaster1 The Heisenberg of Toys

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    Most of my BW stuff has been put through a hell of a lot... I'd say BW Tigatron. My 3rd TF, so it did get used (a lot... Seriously)... But it's still as tight and minty as the day I got it. And I was 4 then.
     
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    Beast Wars Razorclaw (crab)

    Not even the evil force called COUSIN'S RETRIEVER could destroy it!
     
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    Playskool Go-Bots. :) 
     
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    Vampyr Shockwave loyalist

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    mmm i want say "rotorstorm" because is very very durable and solide
    but the blades is not
    so i say "Boss" is compact, resistant, very durable and he looks very cool
     
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    Armada Sideswipe. My young one's first TF when he was 2, been through lots of bumps and falls, still in perfect condition. Can't say the same for his Minicon, though.
    No, don't add "unfortunately", I don't hate that toy ;) 

    Spychangers are pretty durable as well, I think.
     
  10. rizuan76

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    Hmm interesting stuff you link there. this is the first time i'm seeing any of them. from the way they're made (Freedom Fighter & Enemy), u can see that it's meant for daily usage.

    Yeah i guess they must be very durable then.
     
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    Neo-Bombshell Proudly Peruvian Transfan

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    I would add G2 Dradwing and Smokescreen. I have seen a lot fo them over the years and they always look in great shape.
     

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