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Transformers Generations War for Cybertron Siege - JetFire 11" Deluxe Class Action Figure - Takara Tomy - Kids Toys - Ages 8+

4.7 out of 5 stars 29 ratings

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Brand Hasbro
Product Dimensions 11.43 x 27.94 x 33.02 cm; 767 Grams
Age range (description) 96 months to 1188 months
Model name TRA GEN WFC COMMANDER CLASS

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  • Figure comes with 12 armor or weapon accessories to armor up figure to C.O.M.B.A.T. READY mode. Multiple weapon ports on figure and vehicle enable accessories to attach in custom configurations
  • Fans can build bigger mission loadouts by compiling an arsenal of additional weapon accessories from other Siege figures. (Each sold separately. Subject to availability)
  • 11-inch WFC-S28 JetFire toy converts from robot and jet modes in 36 steps. Jet mode can hold attachable Deluxe figures (each sold separately, subject to availability) by figures’ arms to simulate deployment into battle
  • 6 included Fire Blasts accessories attach to ends of weapon accessories to simulate blasterFire coming from weapons
  • Toy Includes: Transformers Generations War for Cybertron: Siege WFC-S28 JetFire figure, 12 accessories, 6 Fire Blasts accessories & instructions

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Build the ultimate battlefield with Siege figures. Siege plunges fans into the epic fight to survive on the final day of the Autobot and Decepticon battle to control Cybertron. The Decepticon resistance army and the Autobot counter-resistance fighters gear up with the C.O.M.B.A.T. (Cybertronian Omnifuctional Modular Battlefield Assault Tech) System, the universe's most advanced modular weaponry -- including the scientific Autobot army captain and air guardian, JetFire. The Commander Class WFC-S28 JetFire figure comes with 2 JF-25 HS Photon Missile Sky Launchers, 2 HS Photon Missiles, 2 JF-15 HP Jetboost Particle Beam Cannon, 2 SF-M2 Radiograph Boosters, Skyshield Aerial Armor, and Skyshield Battle Mask accessories. Use weapon and armor accessories to convert figure to C.O.M.B.A.T. READY mode. Figure features multiple C.O.M.B.A.T. System weapon ports to attach weapons, enabling custom configurations in bot and vehicle modes

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5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the money
Reviewed in Canada on 22 March 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the money
Reviewed in Canada on 22 March 2021
This is one solid toy. It is bigger than I thought it would be. I would definitely buy it again, and highly recommend it to anyone that wants it.
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The Mom
4.0 out of 5 stars One big hunk of bot
Reviewed in Canada on 12 September 2019
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BJ Fraser
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Stars
Reviewed in the United States on 8 July 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Stars
Reviewed in the United States on 8 July 2019
Jetfire has always been my favorite Transformer since back in the 80s. Not only did I like Jetfire the toy but Jetfire the character was really great too. Like many of the heroic Autobots Jetfire isn't foremost a warrior; he's a scientist who believes through technology we can solve our problems. The old TV show in the 80s somewhat kept with this story even though they changed his name to Skyfire. In the first episode he appears in, Skyfire is found frozen in the Arctic Circle after having crashed there millions of years ago while exploring the galaxy with Starscream, who at the time wasn't evil. Starscream convinces Skyfire to join the Decepticons but he soon turns and joins the Autobots.

I mention this because this Jetfire is an almost exact replica of the TV series Skyfire. It's probably the most exact version of that Hasbro has come up with over the last 25 years. I really like the detail and I found him not too hard to transform to his plane mode. I didn't really need the instructions too much, which is good because the instruction manuals are usually not all that helpful because the images are so dark and unclear that they don't help much. Though it did help me realize that the alternate face for him is inside his chest armor. I actually had to use a glasses screwdriver to get out one of the little flaps on the chest you use to hook the chestplate on, but I think that was just that it was stiff the first time; the second time I tried it worked better.

Overall it's a good toy though it's pricey and really in my mind nothing will ever replace the original Veritech-style Jetfire. But this is pretty close, especially for fans of the old TV series.

That is all.
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Megan Wood
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME Figure!!!
Reviewed in the United States on 12 August 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME Figure!!!
Reviewed in the United States on 12 August 2019
So, being I'm a huge transformers Fan and Collector of the toys since 1985, I'll try and be as neutral as possible to help all those who may not be familiar with the character that is SKYFIRE. I call this toy Skyfire because this toy was completely based from the SKYFIRE Character from the original Transformers Sunbow Cartoon that came out in 1986. However, the name SKYFIRE was taken so HASBRO used the name JETFIRE instead. There was a Toy that also came out in 1986 called JETFIRE. The original toy was based from a Robotech toy that came out arounf the same time that was owned by Harmony Gold. (The Company that had the rights to Robotech at the time) So Hasbro Created SKYFIRE with a new design and it was featured in both the Original 86' Cartoon and the Original Transformers Marvel Comics. For 35 years SKYIFRE was never given a proper toy. Not until NOW. Which finally brings us to my actual review. JETFIRE(SKYFIRE) was given his very own size class for the Transformers War For Cybertron Siege line. and it does not cease to impress. The toy is both fun and intuitive to transform back and forth to each mode. In Jet mode, He is a very impressive size. He the Largest of all Siege toys with the exception of the Upcoming Omega Supreme Titan figure. JETFIRE comes with many accessories that can be displayed in the toy in a wide array of ways. The thing I love is that you can create a little battle Drone using all the Accessories together seperate from the figure itself. I also love the optional armor you can give him as a nod to his original G1 Toy from the 80's. In Robot mode he's also pretty large and imposing. He's also got a cool feature where you can rotate his Faction Symbol to be and Autobot or a Decepticon, which is another nod to his character from both the original Marvel Transformers Comics and The original 1986 G1 Cartoon. In robot mode he's also got a really cool little feature in both his hands which allow a peg hole to appear when the fingers are closed so he can easily holed weapons, or...you can make the peg holes disappear when you keep the hands open. When in Jet mode he's got a couple hidden features that are NOt in the instructions. His backpack can open up to reveal two seats you can sit headmasters or Power core bots from the Combiner Wars/Titans Return/Power of The Primes Toylines inside. or... You can open up the cockpit pop out the engine block piece inside and sit another figure from the Combiner Wars/Titans Return/Power of The Primes Toylines. The figure was a great purchase. I have no regrets at all. The toy itself is really fun to fiddle with.
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Larry
5.0 out of 5 stars The biggest one released in this series so far, a very nice one
Reviewed in the United States on 23 July 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars The biggest one released in this series so far, a very nice one
Reviewed in the United States on 23 July 2019
Can’t you see how much fun I had with this guy? The best part of this dude is he can change faction whenever you like. Nowadays we have lots of Autobots out but Decepticons are being outnumbered, so you can turn him to Decepticon, and when the new December release is out, you can turn him back to Autobot!
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