Booster X10 - Real Gear - Figure


Lately, I've been spotting more hard to find items in the TF Universe. While still looking for the rarest of items (is it too hard to ask for some Deluxes?), I came across a nice Real Gear figure that I haven't seen much of. Booster X10 is a Decepticon that specializes in noise scrambling for manipulation and embarrassment..

Alt Mode

Booster is guised as a portable MP3 player. Mostly red in color, the control center and outlining are done in black. The buttons have no labeling on them, which would have been a thoughtful detail. The back end is open ended, and you can see some of the robot parts exposed.

Booster also comes with a wireless headphone. Booster X10 is scripted to the earpiece as well as a Decepticon insignia. This is a pretty big headphone with no noticeable way to 'clip' to the ear. Transformation is a snap. The earpiece has a hidden clip that flips down and connects with Booster.

Robot Mode

Laserbeak... ahem.... Booster's robot mode is a condor. The earpiece mounts on his back to give him a laser cannon weapon. The red and black motif still exist, and some amber translucent shows up to detail secondary feathers of sorts.

This is a pretty trick little figure. While the alt mode is somewhat undetailed, the robot mode pays a good tribute to a popular cassette soldier from G1. Definitely one to catch.

ReviewerBlitzwing  
DateSeptember 1st 2007  
Score 9 stars (9 out of 10)  
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