What toyline was this?

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  1. DocSeth81

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    I vaguely remember a line of SHiney (they looked like Transmetal) Dinosaur transformers. I was thinking they were called Dinozaurs, but I couldn't find anything online with that name. Can someone help me out???
     
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    maybe I misspelled it and didn't realize it... thanks. are these toys any good?
     
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    i think i just figured out what i did wrong, it kept thinking when i put in "dinozaurs" it was a misspelling of "dinosaurs"
     
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    Haha, that's kinda funny.

    A friend of mine had a couple. They were pretty decent. Objectively probably better than the Dinobots, but not as good as a Beast Wars toy.
     
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    I've got the main seven characters...the toys are pretty fun IMO. Plenty of articulation in most of them, though the vac metal tends to chip (big surprise) and the ball joints can be a little loose.
     
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    Hit and miss. Clear plastic is prone to breaking and the chrome is iffy. Some loose joints but also some extremely scary tight ones, too...especially the clear plastic joints. It was Bandai's attempt to crack open the Beast Wars market. The two dragons in the line are awesome, though.
     

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