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Review: iGear IG-TF007 Computer Control Center
Blitzwing - Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ever wanted a mock up of the Autobot's earthen headquarters, The Ark? iGear is fulfilling your wish, as they offer their Computer Control Center, which includes 3 different sections of the fabled Teletraan-1. Check out the image gallery below, then click here to check out the review

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12:50 am

Ahh, I didn't take it personal at all. As a fellow EAGLES fan - i have very thick skin, and am use to far more abuse than anything i've seen on here. LOL This place is utter tranquility.  
Liege Evilmus
6:34 pm

Here, you guys should like this, all it needs is a drop of white paint. I have it and it's awesome with Cobra Commander!!! (link) It really only enforces my point though. If this was made to tack on to Transformers, it would probably be $10 minimum, and people would still or... read more 
6:04 pm

Just cheked out your link....and i does raise the question " Why are we paying soooo much for these pieces?". It's not really justifiable. I understand that your paying for the name or at least in a third party case it's association with an established francshise but thats all the ... read more 
5:57 pm

The only third party company that gets my full support is FansProject. I always feel like these other companies are jumping on their bandwagon and trying to take advantage of us. 
Liege Evilmus
5:29 pm

I was only screwin with ya, so don't take it personaly. Fact of the matter is, like you said TF items go for a premium, even when they are subpar pieces. Now a company and retailer can charge whatever they want. Some shops are fair like the $12 MP Roller, or $11 CC upgrade. Other comp... read more 
12:20 pm

I don't mean to excuse the shotty work. And if they sold the modules WITHOUT the walls and floors - i'd actually jump all over that. And that - would be $30-40. I was not looking at the cots from just a "what does it cost to make them" approach as much as what are things i... read more 
Liege Evilmus
7:22 am

Man, you are the soul of the new machine  
6:57 am

ahh.. $30-40 is realy cheap. Comeon a non-transforming roller & gun by itself cost about $29.95. I think it's worth the price "IF" it snapped together better. I still think it's worth $80 given how good it looks. So in my view, if I go thru with it - i'm... read more 
Liege Evilmus
6:04 am

Agreed, plastic would look better. For $119 less shipping, you'd want it to hold up though. So I will agree again that cardboard does have it's own charm too. I mean for the price of 2 sheets of photo quality paper (maybe 4), you can blow up Teletran 1 and have it repaired in no time  
6:41 am

No offense at all.. but I cannot see a cardbox set looking nearly as good as molded plastic. Throw in the fact it needs to also 'transform' also? I just can't see it. But as long as your enjoying the project, who really cares? I hope it turns out incredible. I know i'd like to... read more 
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