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Transformers Beast Hunters Review and Giveaway

As a mom of two boys we have seen our fair share of action figures. Recently I was honored to get to review a great new toy from Hasbro. Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Voyager Class Optimus Prime arrived in the mail without my kids knowing and it was a battle to see who got to transform him from the second they found out what it was!
With all my reviews I try to divide them up as who gets to play with it first and call it "theirs." Ironically it is a rule in our house that all toys belong to everyone haha. My middle son Nicholas we REALLY excited it was his turn to get something in the mail and required I quickly remove him from the box. Although he quickly realized he needed the directions to transform him after about 30 minutes he was playing with him in vehicle mode!
Sneak playing shot ;)

I made him stop and show me it! His expression shows how much he loves it!
The boys are really loving this great new transformer! As a parent I love the size and the value. With a retail price of $19.99 it is one of the biggest transformers I have seen at that price. It is really well made, I love that many parts can actually pop off instead of breaking, because lets face it transforming these things sometimes requires a college degree(or your resident 5 year old). Hasbro wants to share the joy of this toy with one of my readers. Make sure you enter below for the chance to win and Transformers Beast Hunters toy of your own! This will be a quick giveaway but will still have the chance to earn daily entries so come back daily.

**This product was provided to me free of charge in order to facilitate a review. All views expressed are my own and were in no way influenced.**

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We love Bumble Bee, have a friend with his car painted to look like Bumble Bee (would do the same if hubby would let me, lol).
mummytotwoboys said…
We do not have one particular favorite because honestly my son likes them all but if we had to pick a favorite it would be Starscream

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Jessica To said…
My son's favorite is Bumble Bee.
Vonnie Bailey said…
Bumble Bee of course! My boys loves watching the series..
i like optimus prime- livivua chandler
Angie said…
I'm going to say Optimus Prime. :)
Anonymous said…
Kris D. - We like Trailblazer, from the old Transformer days...
jennifer spitzer said…
Optimism prime

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