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Drift

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Curator's Notes:

IDW's original character makes his debut with three swords!

Tiny_pa190330__2_ Drift
Transformer Item 1 of 6
Tiny_generationsdrift_largesword Large Sword
Part Item 2 of 6
Tiny_generationsdrift_smallbladeleft Small Blade (L)
Part Item 3 of 6
Tiny_generationsdrift_smallbladeright Small Blade (R)
Part Item 4 of 6
Tiny_drift Instruction Booklet
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Tiny_gen10_drift_pic1 Packaging
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13 Video Reviews
Reviewer: Vange1us (Nov 3, 2010)
1 vote +1 / -1

Reviews

4 votes

Who doesn't want a robot samurai that can turn into a sports car. Drift is awesome. He's got not one, not two, but three swords. The figure is a great design and one that i will enjoy for years to come.

1 vote

This is one of my favorite Transformers from the Generations line. I got it on my Birthday along with Masterpiece Grimlock. I love both figures.

0 votes

Drift, the former Decepticon turned Autobot, is armed to the teeth with a long sword and two shorter ones.

0 votes

Simply one of the best representations of the Autobot Drift there, based on IDW comics has all the appearance of a Cybertronian samurai. If only the sword out of solid material and more metal look.

0 votes

Love this mold, it's fun to transform and looks great in both modes, IDW accurate! He looks right out of the comic!

0 votes

i enjoy this figure for the most part. you can;t beat a transformer for 3 sword. but i wish he was more slimmed down and not bulky

0 votes

I love this mold so much. With better articulated legs, this mold would have been perfect. Drift's arm and hand articulation allows him to pose with his sword in many ways. Recommended.

0 votes

Drift's lower legs are kinda blocky and chunky and don't really have much of a heel, so his feet look really weird in poses, especially if you've got him in a dynamic stance.

0 votes

A great deluxe figure with some great engineering. A must buy figure for any Transformers Classics/Generations fan.

0 votes

I really like how Drift and Blurr use the same mold but look unique and different. Great articulation but tough to click the panels togeter in car mode. Added plus is how the blades store on his side panels.

0 votes

Based off the IDW Generation 1 comic book character. Love this mold, aside from the feet balancing. The weapons are great, and the door sheaths are a nice touch.

0 votes

Interesting Transformation and very posable. The big sword can be get in the way of posing his legs when on his back.

0 votes

This guy's fully armed with two hip mounted swords plus a huge one that stores on his back. Really an awesome figure that does a good job of converting his car parts into his robot mode. I wish the big sword was made of a more stiff plastic because it likes to stay bent if you have it stored on his back for a long time.

0 votes

Drift is large for a deluxe class figure, when in robot mode. The huge sword he comes with is pretty sweet, but the extra 2 hip holstered swords are the proverbial cherry on top. The transformation is more complex than the average figure, but I enjoy both the process and the results.

0 votes

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0 votes

great head and weapons but i don't care for all the extra kibble on this mold.

0 votes

Whatever you think about the character, it doesn't matter: this is a GREAT toy. The transformations are smooth and intuitive, but just challenging enough to be fun; he looks phenomenal in both car and robot mode, and my god, THE POSEABILITY. The creative routes taken with some of his molding give this figure an INCREDIBLE range of motion, and whether you play with your toys or just prefer more dynamic case or scene displays, Drift is second to none for dramatic poses. There is absolutely no reason not to own this great figure.
Minor Drawbacks: the swords, while wonderfully molded, are not without flaws. The large one is soft and warps very easily even if carefully stored, and if you ever drop one of the small ones you may never see it again.

0 votes

Based off the IDW comic character of the same name, this is one awesome figure and one of my personal favorites from the Generations line. He transforms into a white Nissan Silvia S15, that sports some nice Japanese characters on the side. He comes complete with a large samurai sword, which sports some Cybertronian characters right on the blade. He also has a pair of smaller swords, which can be stored in a pair of sheaths. Transformation is simple and engaging. Watch for yellowing on the white bits and slight runs in the paint, but other then that, this is one solid piece that is too awesome to be passed up!

0 votes

For me (and I suspect many), the IDW comics didn't get good 'til James Roberts came onboard (at which point they became GENIUS), so I had no attachment to Drift whatsoever. However, this is a solid figure with two good modes, and I like the fact that he has sheathes for two knives as well as a giant greatsword. Recommended.

0 votes

This figure mold is great, and fits much better with it's intended character than it does with the later repaint (Blurr). It's neat to see a character from a more modern comic book done. This figure really portrays the essence of the character - a sword weilding samurai-like robot. A great little detail are the swords "sheaths" that hang at his waist. Looks great!

0 votes

It took me a billion years to hunt down this guy. I know people initially didn't like him in the comics, but I didn't care.

0 votes

This is a great figure with some really cool accessories and I love the overall design even if I had never heard of him until I picked this up at walmart.

0 votes

this figure doesn't seem to fit into the generations line of transformers, The plastics used and color scheme seem very cheap.

0 votes

This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.

0 votes

A great little figure that manages to be fun and different from the flood of sports car Transformers out there. The engineering on this figure takes some fun new routes, leading to interesting transformation bits for his feet and arms. Even the use of the car roof / windshield for chest is a nice touch. The doors doubling as sheaths for his daggers is a fantastic piece of work, and the figure just wows on every front. If he has any flaws, it's that the white paint is kind of bland. The red accents might have looked better against black, perhaps, but that wouldn't be true to the comic character this figure was based off of. Over all, a great figure.

0 votes

My favorite figure released so far! The bigger sword is prone to warping very easily, even in the "sheathe" on his back. The car mode is extremely well done with the red really sticking out on the primarily white car. A must have in the classics collection.

0 votes

if you like samurai looking robots then this is the figure for you. a lovely symbol on the sleek alt-mode and a simple and elegant transformation with a resulting badass looking robot with a samurai look and a good use of parts . having articulation only limited with your imagination he can make amazing posses with his short blades or welding his great sword. the only down side is his great sword is made from soft plastic thus making it prawn to bending .

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