Cherry Coke Coca Cola Robot Transformer 1980's Rare Collectable Can. Please check all pictures and inform your own opinion. The mid-eighties saw the rise of transforming robot toys, with the success of Hasbros. Driving an unbelievable number of others to produce cheap transforming robot toys for sale. Not surprisingly, and much like the promotional.
Toys of a few years earlier, transforming robot toys were also used as marketing devices. And thats where todays toy comes from, a time when manufacturers used robot toys to promote brands and spark consumer excitement.
Heres the Cherry Coke Robot in its alt mode as a can of Cherry Coke , which is certainly a passable enough design that would look more like a soda can if it werent for all of the visible seams. Still, I believe those are forgivable lines, especially when we consider that this toy is over thirty years old and from the early days of transforming robot toys. Take a close look at the instructions on the box. Once you figure out the spring-loaded portion of the transformation it all comes together nicely, but that first transformation can be a little nerve-wracking; the toys not exactly easy-to-find and inexpensive these days. Once all of the parts are extended then the Cherry Coke Robot is ready for action.As you can tell by the photos, the robot toy is a barrel-chested beast of a plaything, and after a few moments youll find that the only articulation is in the arms swivel joints at the shoulders and hinged elbows meaning that what you see here is basically it for poseability. This is an excellent collectible, for either transforming robot fans or.
Fans, and in searching online Ive found that there was also a standard. Ive read that there was a. Robot, but a quick search hasnt revealed any pics of such a toy. Does anyone know how many times this design was used? This 1985 toy drives home just how popular cheap transforming robot toys actually were in the mid-eighties, and looking at this Im kinda surprised that these days we dont see promotional items like this when Transformers movies are in theaters.
I guess todays commercialism is all about brand rather than concept, though, so for this to really be a thing we would need to see Transformers and Coca-Cola officially partner and Hasbro devise toys for sale. I kinda miss the innocence of the past, because it sometimes feels like we get far fewer wacky things than we once did. The item "Cherry Coke Coca Cola Robot Transformer 1980's Rare Collectable Can" is in sale since Monday, September 14, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectables\Advertising Collectables\Soft Drinks Advertising\Coca-Cola Advertising".The seller is "n0z1e" and is located in Sutton. This item can be shipped to European Union member countries.