|Number of Pieces||1|
|Release date||17 December 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 99 years|
|Item model number||E7215|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 17.09 x 24.1 cm; 323.18 Grams|
Transformers E7215 Toys Studio Series 53 Voyager Class Revenge of The Fallen Movie Constructicon Mixmaster Action Figure - Ages 8 & Up, 6.5" Grey
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- 6. 5-inch collectible action figures inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the transformers movie universe
- Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco, the figure is highly articulated for possibility
- Figure scale reflects the character’s size in the world of transformers: revenge of the fallen
- Figure features classic conversion between robot and cement mixer truck modes in 21 steps
- Removable backdrop displays construction mixmaster figure in the pyramid desert battle scene
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Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate transformers collection with studio series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the transformers movie universe. In the pyramid desert battle scene from transformers: revenge of the fallen, the construction mixmaster combines with 7 of his construction comrades to form the brutal devastator combiner. This studio series 53 voyager class transformers: revenge of the fallen-inspired construction mixmaster figure converts from robot to cement mixer truck mode in 21 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase construction mixmaster in the pyramid desert battle scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco. Includes transformers studio series voyager class transformers: revenge of the fallen construction mixmaster figure, removable backdrop, and instructions. Voyager class figures are 6. 5-inch collectible action figures inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the transformers movie universe. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco. The figure is highly articulated for posability. Figure scale reflects the character’s size in the world of transformers: revenge of the fallen. Figure and packaging are inspired by the iconic pyramid desert battle scene. Figure features classic conversion between robot and cement mixer truck modes in 21 steps. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. For kids and adults ages 8 and up. Removable backdrop displays construction mixmaster figure in the pyramid desert battle scene. Fans can use the backdrop and pose their figures in the scene with their own style.
Big Screen Inspired
Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection with Studio Series figures. Each figure in the Studio Series lineup is inspired by an iconic movie scene and designed with specs and details to reflect the Transformers movie universe. (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)
This Studio Series 53 Voyager Class Constructicon Mixmaster figure is inspired by the Pyramid Desert Battle scene from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
Studio Series Voyager Class
This Studio Series Voyager Class lineup features highly articulated figures, each with movie-inspired scale, detail, and backdrop. Figures stand at a scale relative to their character’s height in the movie and feature vivid, movie-inspired deco. Each package comes with a movie scene backdrop that can be removed to display the figure on shelf. Fans can use the backdrop and pose their figures in the scene with their own style. (Each Studio Series figure sold separately. Subject to availability.)
Intricate Conversion and Movie-Inspired Accessories
With this Studio Series 53 Voyager Class Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Constructicon Mixmaster figure fans can imagine bringing the movie action from the Pyramid Desert Battle scene to new dimensions. The figure converts between robot and cement mixer truck modes in 21 steps. Remove the backdrop included in pack to showcase Constructicon Mixmaster in the Pyramid Dessert Battle scene.
Ferocious Constructicon Cement Mixer
In the Pyramid Desert Battle scene from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Constructicon Mixmaster and his Constructicon comrades rumble in from all directions and surround Leo Spitz, Seymour Simmons, Skids, and Mudflap. The humans look up in terror as the desert sand begins to quake and the Constructicons combine to form the brutal Devastator. During the merge, Constructicon Mixmaster latches on as the combiner’s head. Once fully formed, Devastator unleashes mayhem and destruction across the desert.
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|Height||16.5 cm||16.5 cm||21.5 cm||16.5 cm||16.5 cm||11.5 cm|
|Conversion Mode||Rosenbauer Fire Engine||Cybertronian Jet||Truck Trailer||Front Loader Tractor||Cybertronian Jet||Jeep|
|Movie||Transformers: Dark of the Moon||Transformers Movie 1||Transformers: Dark of the Moon||Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen||Transformers: Bumblebee||Transformers: Bumblebee|
|Scene||Battle of Chicago Scene||Mission City Battle Scene||Battle of Chicago Scene||Pyramid Desert Battle Scene||Canyon Attack Scene||Canyon Attack Scene|
|Class||Voyager Class||Voyager Class||Leader Class||Voyager Class||Voyager Class||Deluxe Class|
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By Cass on 15 February 2021
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As someone, who's not a fan of the Michael Bay films or most of the robot designs used in them I have something of a soft spot for the monstrous take on Devastator featured in Revenge of the Fallen. I'm also a fan of constructicons and combiners in general, so when I heard that Hasbro was making a fully transforming version of ROTF Devastator as part of their Studio series I knew I had to get him. Thus far, the individual constructicons have been a mixed bag for me, with some that were well-made but with designs I'm not a fan of (Rampage, Hightower), some that had great designs, but a myriad of engineering issues that made them less than fun to fidget with (Long Haul) and some that I absolutely love (Scrapmetal -seriously, he's adorable) I'm happy to say that Mixmaster falls into the final category despite some flaws.
The robot mode is about as accurate to the on-screen rendition of the character as you're likely going to get at this size and price-point. He's menacing and alien, with short legs and long arms that terminate in nasty-looking claws. Poseability is so-so with a decent center of gravity despite having the whole cab of the truck (and the combiner head) on his back. You can pull of some decent poses with a little effort.
Transformation to vehicle mode is a bit of a chore. There are an obscene number of tabs and getting them lined up without untabbing something you just tabbed in is a frustrating. Fortunately this means that once you DO get everything tabbed into place, his vehicle mode is extremely secure with none of the issues staying together some of the other studio series figures (looking at you, Long Haul) have.
The vehicle mode you end up with is nice-looking with good paint and is fairly accurite to the Mack Granite cement mixer used in the movie. I was initially displeased with the proportions of the mixer barrel to the rest of the truck, until I actually looked up images of the real thing and realized they're pretty much spot-on.
Devastator's head is very cool. Menacing and monstrous, with a great amount of paint and sculpted detail. I don't have scavenger yet, so I can't comment on how he and mixmaster combine.
Oveall a fun figure that looks great in both modes. Recommended for collectors and older kids.
Reviewed in the United States on 8 February 2020