|Autobots, Autobot Tapes|
|Function: Electronic Surveillance|
|"Clutch hitting is the key to an effective offense. "|
An Earthen sports fanatic... sports cliches clutter his conversation; a surprise attack is a "fast break," a victory is a "touchdown." Few Autobots understand what he says, but they like the enthusiasm with which he says it. Could be a play-by-play announcer, if given the chance. In cassette mode, can monitor and record local radio and TV, decode scrambled signals, tap telephones. In robot mode, uses electrical overload guns. Sometimes his internal tape snaps when he's excited.
|Strength: 6||Intelligence: 6|
|Speed: 2||Endurance: 6|
|Rank: 6||Courage: 8|
|Firepower: 5||Skill: 8|
Eject Toy Information
|Assortment Number||Cassettes Assortment 2a (#5733), Cassettes Assortment 2b (#5733), Cassettes Assortment 3 (#5734), Cassettes Assortment 4 (#5724)|
|Product Number||5612, 5612G|
|Filed Under||1986 Autobots|
|Additional Themes||Cassettes, Eject|
3 major tooling changes were made during the initial 1986 to 1988 run. (see additional info)
(gray card) / (green card)
gold or silver chrome weapons, foil sticker or painted cassette decals
|Additional Toy Info |
Sold in a 2-Pack with Ramhorn.
Most decaled Ejects (& Rewinds) came with gold chromed weapons and the majority of all painted Ejects came with silver chromed weapons, barring any unreported running changes. The painted Ejects have a molded frame surrounding the tape window, where the paper tape reel decal used by the 1984 Decepticon cassettes is applied. Additionally, Ejects and Rewinds made for 1988 have no rubsign and the corresponding place on their arm is filled in. As an unexplained side effect of the decal-to-paint tooling change, many painted-detail Ejects and Rewinds have trouble locking their heads into place when in cassette mode.
Eject Parts Information
|Additional Part Info |
Came with either gold chrome or later, silver chrome weapons.
Eject Additional Info