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This Devastator toy was added on October 2021 and originally released in 2020 with a retail price of $274.99. This action figure is part of the Transformers genre within the Studio Series and is number SS 69. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 630509961139, Amazon ASIN: B08BTWR57V (#ad), and on eBay (#ad). With an average selling price of $637.50, this toy is somewhat collectible as it's selling for 2x over its retail price. Quite a few (24) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.
Toy Review: Transformers Generations Studio Series Devastator by chcse.blogspot.com
Transformers' latest project, the Studio Series version of Constructicons, has been in the works for almost two years and consists of 2 Deluxes, 4 Voyagers, and 2 Leaders. Most distinct about this version is the range of colors and designs of the vehicles, creating a set of eight rather than the traditional six, with many non-humanoid figures. Some compromise can be noted in several figures that bare exposed robot parts, however, each figure holds its own, ranging from solid to spectacular. Their transformations are generally complicated, with figures like Mixmaster being particularly complex with parts that are somewhat confusing to secure. Once combined to form Devastator, the final beast is quite impressive, though it leans towards too much red. Holding together firmly with limited amounts of kibble, Devastator stands out as a massive and surprisingly heavy figure highly worthwhile despite being expensive to assemble. Worth noting is the strain likely placed upon Overload, Long Haul, and Rampage while holding this hefty figure steadily. Overall, despite its limitations, this combined mode is a remarkable attempt and an impressive addition to the Transformers' collection.
Transformers Studio Series 69 DEVASTATOR Unboxing & Comparison Review by www.youtube.com
In this review, I'm taking a look at the newly released Transformer studio series 69 devastator. The packaging is enormous, almost the same size as the titan class scorpenoc. The primary reason I'm unboxing this set is because of speculation about its paint applications and included accessories. The Devastator has an incredible piece of artwork on the box which unfortunately doesn't match the final product but is still beautiful. The backdrop included is an enlarged version of the one that comes with the individual Constructor Cons. The enhancements to the paint applications definitely make this box set version a better version when compared to the mass release version, especially for the head sculpt which looks remarkably better. For the individual components, I believe the new box set version wins in terms of mix masters head mode. Despite some of the figures not receiving any new paint applications or accessories, the overall enhanced paint applications and added dust effects make this box set worth collecting, especially if you'll be displaying the figures in their combined form. If you have not picked up any of the Constructicons, this box set would be a perfect choice. The main drawback however, is the missed opportunity for new accessories or drastic differences in paint applications for all figures. Nonetheless, it's an impressive set for any Transformers fan.