Transformers G1 Omega Supreme
  • Transformers G1 Omega Supreme

    Function: Defense Base

    Motto: Unyielding resolve has no conqueror.

    The ultimate defense force! Great strength, ever greater courage. Serious, even grim... last line of Autobot defense. Protects the Ark and all else vital to his cause. As robot, can shatter a mountainside, lift 300,000 tons with clawed arm, destroy 12" steel cube with plasma blaster arm. Has head-mounted laser cannon. Can transform to laser cannon tank and launching pad with rocket. Rocket can achieve planetary orbit.

    Alternate mode: Defense Base & Tank
  • Wave: 2

    Year: 1985

    Retail: $39.95 Series: G1 Group: Autobots
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ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $266.21+$226.26 (+566%)$129.99
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $266.44+$226.49 (+567%)$200.00
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The average price based upon the last 8 sold auctions is: $266.21

[High: $400.00/Low: $129.99]. The average Buy It Now price is $266.44 based upon 2 filtered active auctions out of 13 which includes AFA graded auctions. This figure is ranked #10 in value within the Transformers - G1 category.

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This Omega Supreme toy was added on August 2022 and originally released in 1985 with a retail price of $39.95. This action figure is part of the Transformers genre within the G1 series and included in Wave 2. With an average selling price of $266.21, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 6x over its retail price. Not surpringly, this toy ranks in the Top20 within it's stats category for the G1 category. Quite a few (28) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular. AFA auctions are considered in determining the value of this item, potentially leading to a greater variance in the price range.

G1 Omega Supreme Retro review. Most Impressive by review sentiment positive

Here goes an exploration of Generation 1 Omega Supreme from the iconic Transformers series. First introduced in 1985 as part of the second season of Transformers Generation 1, this figure stands out for its unique features and backstory. Unlike others from its era, it's motorized and disassembles for transformation. The character was portrayed as a stoic guardian in the animated series, notable for its absence of emotions. It wasn't a figure I owned as a kid, but acquiring it years ago has been a joy.

The figure's massive size dwarfs other Transformers figures, like Generation 1 Soundwave. Notable is its distinctive motorized feature. It's no sprinter, but watching it walk is truly satisfying, even if a bit noisy. Powering this feature requires two double A batteries. The figure details are another merit, particularly the eyes, though the vintage version I own lacks this feature. Other features of this well-detailed figure include a jetpack, place holders for all removable parts, and limited articulation.

Transforming the figure into its tank mode is quite a task. Practically every part of it can be dismantled but done with ample patience and care due to the delicate nature of some of the parts. Once it's transformed, it still looks visually stunning, complete with odd details like idle wheels. It is really child-friendly and huge fun to watch as it circles around and 'fires' away. Just be careful not to lose any of the smaller parts, especially the clips.

In conclusion, Omega Supreme is a fantastic addition to anybody's Transformers collection. Its features, the nostalgic 80s feel, the enjoyment watching it motor around, and its grand size, make it a truly fascinating figure. However, make sure all its parts, especially the gears and clips, are complete and working before you acquire a vintage piece. Overall, the excitement and nostalgia it brings truly reign supreme.


On the Tydirium hanger channel, Mike gives a detailed discussion on the vintage Omega Supreme G1, the original Transformers toy. While there are several newer models available, he believes nothing beats the original. This toy has a rich history starting in Japan in 1984, initially released by Toy Box under a different name and color scheme. The Omega Supreme was later incorporated into the Transformers line by Hasbro, who tweaked the colors into the recognizable red and dark grey.

He demonstrates the features of the toy, such as the clear dome in its torso and the shoulder pads. He also shows how one can customize the back of the toy to make it look more cartoon accurate. While these great attributes are noted, he points out that the electronic components can be fiddly and are not as durable as would be desired.

When transformed, Mike comments on how impressive it is especially when compared to other toys such as the G1 Superion and the G1 Metroplex. Overall, Mike recognizes the significance of this toy in the Transformers line, celebrates its charm, and suggests the toy as an essential collectible for fans of the franchise.

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