Vulgar in good condition and Blazer is not scratched up on their breast.
Cost a lot, but was worth it. I didn’t get the pristine Coptor and Hun-Dred on eBay but that’s ok. Sometimes you win, and sometimes you don’t.
I’m bidding on them now. One I will bid up on a bit, the other is already kind of expensive so probably not so much. I should be able to get at least one of these. Stoked.
P.S. — One of these units comes with a better Blazer. The other comes with another Hun-Dred. I think I might try to get both.
Unlike Transformers, Roboforce toys are not overly delicate. The suction part usually does not wear out and the robots’ frames will not break unless smashed. They are aesthetically pleasing to look at and have fun colors.
My conditions for taking in Roboforce toys are both the arms have to work and the sticker identifying them is not too badly damaged. Vulgar has a missing nose piece, but that is to be expected.
I got another one with undamaged arms. Best of the lot. Wrecker seems to be the most common Roboforce toy.
Max Steele (top photo of robot with red eyes) was the most quintessential 80’s robot toy, IMHO.
I’m collecting a few Roboforce suction cup toys from the 80’s..
I’m not a serious collector, it’s just a hobby.
I liked these more than Transformers for some reason. Hard to believe it was almost 40 years ago!