Betatron with Combiner Wars Deluxe Ironhide as his arm

Yeah that would be nice if they did release the Deluxe Ironhide in red.

Transformers Deluxe Movie Collection - Ironhide

  • Review
  • TAG : Deluxe Ironhide and Ratchet, Is it worth it
  • That said, this Deluxe Ironhide is a good figure, but I have a bit of a hard time seeing the point of it. It’s Ironhide, just smaller. Meaning he’s out of scale with most of the Movie and ROTF figures (at least those he was in scale with to begin with). So while he’s better than his Voyager version in some ways (more stable, more streamlined), for me that isn’t quite enough to justify its existence. A good figure, but no more than that.

    Deluxe Ironhide also has a big weapon on each arm, but only one resembles the big cannons the Voyager figure had. The other is a flat, box-shaped weapon resembling a missile launcher of some sort, which is also used in vehicle mode. Not entirely Movie-accurate, but it looks good, so no complaints on my part.

  • Transformers Combiner Wars Deluxe Ironhide. Stands approx 5 inches tall in robot mode and transforms into a 4 x 4 truck. Comes with combiner parts and accessories plus bonus comic book. Ages 5 and up.

    Robot Mode: In essence Ironhide here is a scaled-down version of the we’ve seen in both the original Movie line-up and later on in ROTF. He’s not just a smaller copy of the old figure, though, he’s a new mold with several notable differences. The general look of the figure is the same as it was in the Voyager-class, but Deluxe Ironhide is, for example, missing the car door wings of the larger figure. He’s also got bigger feet (relatively speaking) with one of the car mode tires flat on the ground. There is a bit less kibble in general and the chest assembly is more stable and a bit more streamlined than it was for the Voyager.

    5.0 stars

    Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Deluxe Class Ironhide Figure

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