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Transformers Classic Deluxe Mirage Action Figure

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  • Amazing robot figure changes into detailed race car vehicle and back!
  • The electro disruptor adds to the action!

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Technical Details
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions31 x 18.5 x 8.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:4 - 8 years
Item model number81384
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank 398,416 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight113 g
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Date First Available9 Feb. 2007

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Transformers Classic Action Figure

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Transformers Classic Action Figure

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Brings back memories! My orginal G1 Mirage from 1984 snapped in half years ago, so i had to get this new incarnation of the Autobot spy. As Classics go I don't think this one is the best. The car mode is great, with fantastic markings, but the robot mode is alittle skinny and lanky looking. Said that the head sculpt is good (although i prefer the orginal toys vissor image as oppose to the cartoon version that features in this toy) and the articulation is excellant. Very robust and stylish, children and collectors will both enjoy this addition to the excellant Classics range. Just hope Hasbro keep making Classics along with the Movie toys. Come on Hasbro, keep us G1ists happy!
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I got this for my sons 5th B'day & it broke straight away. He didn't even get 2 transform it from the race car to the robot. A piece broke that holds the ball joint into place so I am going to contact seller & see if they can sort it out.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Transformer Classics figures 6 Sept. 2007
By W. Rawlinson - Published on Amazon.com
This figure may not look like it from online photos or by the fact that it hangs from the pegs in most retailers, but Mirage is one of the best Classics figures. The robot mode is incredibly poseable and just doesn't receive justice from the photos. The alt mode is well done and stays pretty faithful to F1 and other open wheel racers. A definite buy for collectors and kids, you won't be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great-looking figure with a lot of detail in sculpt and paint aps 23 April 2015
By Kenya Starflight - Published on Amazon.com
As a collector, I actually own three figures created from this mold -- Universe Dragstrip (an exclusive figure), Fracture, and of course Mirage himself. While he's not one of my all-time favorites, I do like the Autobot noble-turned-spy, and when I had the opportunity to own his figure for relatively cheap I figured I could add him to my collection. The Classic line of figures has always been of good quality, so I figured that his toy would be a worthy addition to my collection.

I've encountered no major issues with Mirage's figure, and he's actually a very beautiful figure. I'm quite happy to have him.

Mirage is fairly easy to transform -- I found myself not even referring to the instructions to convert him to robot form. His feet are a bit finicky, but other than that I encountered no major problems. He poses well, and has a good deal of articulation, even in the neck joint. The wheels jutting from his shoulders make him a bit top-heavy, but I can forgive this. And his coloring and paint applications look beautiful and quite detailed, with quite a few "inside jokes" included in his markings and detailing. Sparkplug, anyone? ;)

Mirage comes with a crossbow-type gun that fits into his vehicle mode as a "scoop" on his front end. A lot of the Classics figures seem to feature weapons that are either part of the vehicle mode or can be stowed inside the vehicle mode, which is a plus for people who like to display their figures -- it means not having to store the weapons elsewhere, or potentially lose them.

While probably not suitable for very young children, Mirage is a great figure for kids and adult collectors alike. He looks great, transforms well, and is just fun to play with. Good for kids age 6 and up.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good robot mode, aside from small issues... 25 May 2011
By M. Ram - Published on Amazon.com
I mainly got Mirage to help fill out my Autobot shelf, which I feel has some of the best figures in the Classics/Universe/Generations line. I wasn't crazy about this figure when looking at reviews online, but after some time transforming and posing him, he's actually pretty decent. There are some problems: the scoop at the front hinders tire clearance and looks awkward as a weapon; his head is super tiny and doesn't have much movement clearance; he has a rubsign on his leg instead of a proper logo on his roof/chest. I think the positives outweigh them though, as he has a distinct look in robot mode and I like his paint job and stickers as well as his transparent blue cockpit. The main draw is in his articulation, which is extensive and lets him pull off some cool poses. If they had scaled him down a bit he would fit in great with the Revoltech figures, but as it stands he still makes a good addition to the Classics Autobot team.
5.0 out of 5 stars More than a Mirage 21 July 2011
By Kevin M. - Published on Amazon.com
When Transformers started relaunching G1 characters as modern, re-tooled versions in the Generations line I was stoked. Born in the early 80's I wasn't able to enjoy the original toys unless I went to older kid's houses. I loved the cartoon and the characters. Now with these toys, especially Mirage here, I'm able to enjoy and appreciate them as a homage as well as fully posable action figures that are able to capture the essence of the character in Robot mode as well as a realistic vehicle mode. Sweet!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good looking piece, but mostly plastic. 25 Dec. 2015
By TBC Titan - Published on Amazon.com
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I wasn't paying attention when I got this. I thought it was the actual, original form of Mirage. It is definitely a nod to his 1st gen form, but it is not quite. It would get five stars otherwise, but it is composed of that same, light (I would even call it 'fluffy') plastic that is on the modern transformers.
It is a good looking piece, both in bot and vehicle form. I recommend it, but am still looking for a reasonably priced true 1stgen form Mirage.
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