Transformer toys 2014 aren’t just for fanatics of the decades-old franchise. Now, they’re for kiddos that have never seen the films or read the books, but may be inspired to do so after playing with these awesome gadgets.
They transform effortlessly from one thing to another, each more unique than the last, and there are 3 that really stand out as being super-cool.
Transformers Generations Titan Class Metroplex (with Autobot Scamper)
This 3-in-1 Transformers figurine goes by various names, but the most popular are Metroplex (when combined) and Scamper (when divided).
He transforms effortlessly from robotic to vehicular forms, and each of the 3 parts are also individual Transformers that can convert into their own automobiles.
This Autobot stands at 2-feet tall, clocking in as the tallest in the series – and he features lights and sounds with a firing missile launcher and heroic catchphrases. He’s a hardcore protector with the doom of Decepticon on his metallic mind!
Transformers Rescue Bots Energize Optimus Prime
The classic leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime is the tried-and-true Transformers favorite! And now he’s toddler-size and easily convertible for a youngster’s small hands.
He looks mechanical, but the Energize version is all durable rubber with chunky everything.
When transformed, Optimus is a massive truck with a rescue-saw for saving innocent civilians from the damaging effects of Decepticon scum.
The ultra-durable materials also offer a sturdy toy for your tots (ages 3 and up) to chew on without risk of injury!
Transformers Rescue Bots Energize Heatwave the Fire-Bot
One of the best, and my personal favorite out of all the Transformers!
His transformation takes him through the motions of mechanical honey-bee to rolling bulldozer with a jackhammer. For toddlers, he’s chunkier and carries less pieces, making him prone to being chewed on when teething rolls around. However, he’s 100% safe, comprised of durable rubber that’s resistant to the average wear-and-tear of an active childhood.
Plus, he’s the perfect bedtime buddy for after-school naps. And he’d make a great show-and-tell guest during a preschooler’s or Kindergartener’s activity time!