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Fans Toys FT-19 Apache stands 24CM/9.6" tall in robot mode and contains die-cast parts. With 3 modes, Apache changes from robot to helicopter to armored car and back!

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Warning WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 16 years.
ToySourcecode: FT19APAC

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Customer Reviews

Write a Review » Avg. Rating 5 5 (based on 10 reviews)
April 14, 2018
Tobor Yeknom

"I almost skipped this guy and that would have been a mistake"

So I was a slamdunk for fans toys! figure has remarkable heft, great articulation, and is true to the original animation model. Earlier this year I purchased Open and Play’s Big Spring and I am still happy with it. But there is truly no comparison between the two. If you are thinking about getting this figure do not hesitate! Worth every penny!! There were no QC issues with this figure. The instructions could have been a little clearer in some spots, but not hard to figure out. The car mode was the weakest because I felt it was a little too long but that’s just my preference. The helicopter mode is amazing though the rotor blade does not turn as freely as I would like but again, forgivable. This, for me, is the definitive representation of this character and will go well on my masterpiece shelf

April 19, 2018
David Williams

"Worth the effort"

Springer has always been one of my favorite post TF:TM characters, and I was pretty excited for this. The transformation seems a bit overly-complicated, and the instructions themselves are less than clear at times. It's tough to get everything exactly where it needs to go with so many joints and pegs.
Having said that however, it's more than just a faithful G1 tribute, and I feel like my MP figures aren't good enough to stand next to it. Is that blasphemy?

June 01, 2018
Brett Beighley


This figure in robot mode is beyond amazing, BUT the transformation is made impossible by incredibly complicated feet/legs moves that are utterly unexplained by the useless photo-only instructions. For this kind of money, I would’ve expected supporting materials (i.e. step by step instructions) or perhaps a more interactive website with some how-to videos. I understand that this is a Chinese company and they may not feel it necessary yet to provide more support for American customers, but if I can’t transform my Transformer, then what am I paying for?

July 09, 2018

"Solid figure"

The bot mode is the clear winner here because I'm not a fan at all of either alt mode. The windshield is too small and both alt modes are badly flawed. They have done great with keeping the color scheme as close to the cartoon, and the head mode is really good. This is a solid figure, but it's just not the Springer I envisioned. Side note: I don't think any company will be able to perfect this guy, but this is as good of an attempt as most will see.

September 14, 2018
The Fatman

"Not that much of a fan. "

While he does look good transformed. Most of the transformation action is in his legs, instructions don't make things too clear. And he's surprisingly fragile.

October 12, 2018

"One of the Best"

All around a great representation of Springer.

The only criticism is that his hands and forearms are very large, and if you stare at him long enough, he starts to look like a Sasquatch.

November 17, 2018

"Great representation of Springer, compact transformation, and confusing instructions"

I was more pleased with this figure than I expected. His representation of Springer fits well with the movie and the aesthetic of other FansToys figures. He feels very solid, and his transformations into vehicle and helicopter alt modes result in solid-feeling forms. He feels as high quality as Sovereign (Galvatron). Yet, his transformation is a bit fickle because the instructions are not clear enough with what to do with his legs. But, after a few transformations, he seems simple enough. I will note that my copy required surgery on the foot to remove excess plastic material that kept the foot from extending flat in helicopter mode. On the up side, the effort to cut the plastic off and durability of joints proved Apache is made of high quality materials. Buy this guy if you have been on the fence. I was, and glad I got off and bought him.

December 14, 2018

"Arcee recommended him"

Springer is in my top 5 of Transformers characters, maybe in my top 3. So, if was inevitable that I would eventually get Fans Toys' version of him. He's fantastic, The color scheme is just right, the face sculpt as usual, is well done, and the diecast is the perfect amount, and placed where it should be. The car and copter mode finish 3rd and 2nd, in comparison to the awesome robot mode. But I find them good, even though the car mode is a little longer than it should be, and the helicopter mode gets a little narrow midway down. in the tail section. The front in copter mode makes me think of Jimmy Durante. But, it still gives a solid, stout impression regardless. The leg transformation is a typical FansToys mess, but boy, does he clean up well when in robot mode! I favor Unique Toys a little more overall, due to it's fun, and enjoyable balanced transformation, and it's 3 modes look more accurate to the cartoon. But FansToys Apache is just so beautifully done, especially the Robot mode. Quality plastic, paint, and sculpt as always. I now have 4 MP styled Springers, along with a few other variations of him, and FansToys version is #2 for me, and I'm very happy with him.....worth the price, and very recommended! XTransbots Virtus is next.....

January 12, 2019
Optimist Prime

"Still my fav G1 Movie Character... but that Transformation Sequence Though..."

Springer was my first third party Transformer, and I received him as a gift last year. I love this character in the movie and think he is wonderfully detailed with the die cast parts and real chunky portions that make him feel like more than "just" a toy... but this transformation sequence is seriously finicky, and I won't be transforming him much if ever. Glad his robot mode is just so perfect!

January 15, 2019

"One of the best G1 MP"

AAwesome piece very sturdy if you feel the diecast metal or plastic a great addition to your G1 collection

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Mint Box Description

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C9 Box Description

A C9 box is still considered very displayable and may have a kink, ding, minor fray to an edge, etc. The box is still case fresh and unopened with factory sealed tape on both sides.

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