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Transformers Universe Fingerboards at Walgreens
DragonX76 - Thursday, December 18, 2008


I Saw these at Walgreens drug stores. There are three versions of Optimus Prime, two versions of Megatron and one for Bumblebee. All are Genteration 1 designed. They rang up as Marvel Finger Boards for 2.49 each. There are also Ironman, Hulk & Spiderman fingerboards for those interested. Check the Read More for pics.


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Taaron
2009-01-15
11:04 pm

Ah, now that you mention it, I suppose the mini-screwdriver could be used for glasses, couldn't it? 
Prime-Collector
2009-01-15
10:28 pm

I probably just would have sniggered at these but I have a "Tech Deck Dude" who is a flagrant G1 Prime rip off (they make a Megs too). I got a Prime board for him to ride. Incidentally I got it at Wal-Mart, who is apparently also carrying these. 
Liege Evilmus
2009-01-15
10:22 pm

Found these today at KB for a dollar and change. I couldn't resist buying a bunch for some of my figures. (I love closing prices) A very good thing about these are the mini screwdrivers, they're perfect for head screws and as a peg punch. Seeming as I lost the one I had for such reasons..... read more 
deceptikhan
2008-12-22
4:37 pm

Even know im a master finger boardsman, and have been fingerboarding longer then they were a thing, i still have no interest in such lousy material. The TFs are cool but the boards are not. I am currently landing 360 kickflip, 360 body varials. AND Kickflip noseslides, nosenoasegrinds, nollie heel&... read more 
Digitalshakespeare
2008-12-19
3:37 pm

If this was enough to occupy their attention for any length of time, I'd suggest that they were probably already lost causes. 
Liege Evilmus
2008-12-19
4:29 am

Yeah but he's got one built in. 
Primal-Convoy
2008-12-19
2:29 am

Give one to Transmetal Optimus Primal! He'd love one of those. 
Liege Evilmus
2008-12-18
11:45 pm

It'd be cool to have, but I wouldn't spend money on them. Oh, and one rolls it back and forth on there desk at school instead of paying attention. I hated those when I was a teacher. 
Bestimus Mucho
2008-12-18
11:10 pm

what does one do with a "fingerboard"? 
Taaron
2008-12-18
10:35 pm

Wish I knew this was news-worthy.  
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