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Tiny_31832 Atomic Lugnut
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Atomic Lugnut

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Tiny_31832 Atomic Lugnut
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Reviewer: Rimfyre (Feb 15, 2009)
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A repaint of the Lugnut figure. Still has all the features the regular version does, but with a fairly ugly paint scheme.

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Found this repaint last Christmas sitting alone on a Kmart shelf on clearance. I actually prefer this color scheme to the original although he never appeared in the show like this. The shark teeth along the side add to a menacing look in plane form.

Legs tend to be a little small and wobbly to support his large frame like the original but overall a solid figure.

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this toy is cool but he's too small compared to the other toys in the same line. The thing I don't like about this toy is that there is a huge chunk of the tail that do not transform and is supposed to be used as the robot's weapon but all this plastic mass could have been used to make a bigger robot. Seriously this voyager Lugnut is as tall as Deluxe Bumblebee and is dwarfed by Deluxe Lockdown.

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