Jolt - Movie - Figure


It seems that, besides the twins, alot of the new characters for the movie got quite the jip when it came to screen time. That couldn't be more true for Jolt, who just got a couple of cameo shots. Fortunately, he has a more prominent role in the Deluxe class lineup.


Jolt loves to cause trouble. more than one group of Decepticons has watched in confusion as Jolt, all alone, raced around them in circles, taunting them. They're not used to Autobots acting crazy. Little do they know that it really is just an act - part of a plan to lure his enemies in close where he can deliver a crippling blow with his electro-whips./p>


Alt Mode

Jolt is based on the upcoming 2011 Chevrolet Volt hybrid. Color is a deep bluish purple. Design wise, it's pretty faithful to the actual vehicle, down to the blackened trunklid and fastback rear. The windows are all translucent blue.

Overall, it's very nicely executed. One curiosity is the rear view mirrors, which are in stark contrast to the rest of the car. The rear glass also draws attention, as it has irregular seams and, in the right light, exposes the gap underneath.

Alt Mode Specs

Length: 5.25in/133.3mm
Wheelbase: 3.25in/82.6mm
Scale Ratio:36:1
Wheels: 4, rotating
Detailed cockpit: None


Jolt is surprisingly simple to transform. Split the front grille in half and fold each half away. Flip the hood completely forward. Split the roof in half and swing each half to the sides. Fold the front end down to expose the head fully. Separate the door panels from the roof (if it hasn't done it naturally) and fold them so they drape the sides. Fold down the arms, then flip the windshield panels up. Split the rear end. Grab the rear bumpers and pull them down, positioning them to form the feet.

Robot Mode


I have to say I'm torn on this guy a bit. The blue-purple motif continues in bot mode, but it also adds a sky blue in the arms. The chest is entirely translucent. The head is a bit of an oddity, having a cutesy feel to it. There is blue piping, but there is a panel directly behind his head that makes the piping almost moot.

Jolt's weapons are his electro-whips. To expose them, turn a knob on the inside of his forearms. They feel like they should be longer, but due to how they stow away it wouldn't be possible since they're solid plastic. One of the things that bothers me with Jolt are the legs. They almost look like an afterthought. Surprisingly, they're not brick-like, and he can actually pull off some good poses. The arms also seem bricky, but have good hinging as well. What kills the arms is the roof kibble.


Feet:Pinned for 135 degree bend, ball jointed for unlimited rotation
Knees:Screw hinge, 90 degree bend
Hips: Ball joint, 225 degree bend and 60 degree spread
Waist:Pinned for unlimited rotation
Shoulders:Ball joint, unlimited rotation and 165 degree spread
Elbows:Pin hinge, 90 degree bend
Head:Ball joint, negligible movement

Due to the panel behind his head, movement is almost nil. Arm kibble will interfere with posing a bit.

Robot Mode Specs

Supplied accessories:N/A


Alt Mode: Faithful to actual design, some minor eyesores.
Robot Mode:Love it or hate it design, looks kibbled but has surprising articulation.
Overall:He's quirky in robot mode, but surprisingly agile. A nice Deluxe to have.



DateJuly 29th 2009  
Score 8 stars (8 out of 10)  

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Hip-Hoptimus Rime
10:04 pm

He could come with a little figure. Ha! 
9:25 pm

I wouldnt mind seeing an HA version of this guy... 
8:14 pm

Got one yesterday and he looks better with the bumper halves placed horizontally (like the FAB version) one half got a tiny nub that can't sit flat on the floor. Very good toy, like it a lot. 
7:37 pm

TF Crossovers Daemonbane.. 
Liege Evilmus
4:12 am

no way, 6 times listing Starscream with a penny start and no takers. Thats bad 
2:24 am

To be fair, alot of Animated figures are still shelf stock, so prices for loose out of box would be low to none. 
Liege Evilmus
2:06 am

Blurr is one of the few Animated figures I'm keeping. I bought most of them to be fair and try them. A couple figures realy stands out in the line, but most were either just as simple as they looked or were just bad. For me, the detail and complexity of the RoTF line is very welcomed. I've ... read more 
Mr. Chaos
4:54 pm

Already made a thread about this in the toy board... but if you are displaying this guy and don't like the legs, rotate the waist 180 degrees and then twist the now heel pieces sideways. This gives him cleaner front legs so he looks less like a gravity bot. 
4:51 pm

He's got a cool looking bot mode, but that altmode---a lame-ass hybrid sedan. WHY???? 
4:30 pm

dame i want him he still says on hasbro's site that he doesn't ship till 8/31 but i hope i will find him before that 
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