Electrostatic Jolt

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Hunt for the Deception - Honestly, this is the most worst Transformers I ever bought. It is very ugly and not much articulation. Even the Universe or the Activators version were not this bad. Although the vehicle mode is quite nice but that does not cover the whole transformation mode. But I did saw some fan created a better and more accurate movie counterpart model.

Bio

Jolt has no idea how he managed facing off a Decepticon as powerful as Payload, but now that he's here, he won't back down. With Autobot Rachet by his side, the odds are almost even. His tactics of confusion and distraction should disrupt the evil robot's headlong charge long enough for a stunning electro-whip attack. Then he and Autobot Rachet can move in and finish off the Decepticon courier.

Vehicle Mode

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Jolt is based on the Cheverolet Volt. See the rhyme here? Jolt, Volt? (Nevermind). It is based on an electric car and Jolt is an electric specialist. This version is just a repaint of the original Revenge of the Fallen Jolt. Only the livery is change.

Transformation Mode


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The transformation was a bit 'bulky' for me. Like I said before, the articulation in this model are very limited. The only nice features (just like the previous version) is the weapon mode. But if you want to add Jolt as your collection, it would be nice if you just put in the box and never to pull it out. Luckily, Hasbro has change the design of Jolt in Dark of the Moon. A deluxe model of Dotm Jolt are now better articulated and surprisingly - movie accurate.

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