Generations FOC Eject Toy Review

Individual Review

Name: Eject
Series: Generations
Allegiance: Autobot
Alternate Mode: Data Disc

Height: 1.5cm Length: 1.5cm Width: 1.5cm

   A small blue disc, which is essentially the shape of a hockey puck, his top side is painted a with complex silver circuitry detailing. The centre of the disc is unpainted, while right in the middle is a silver Autobot logo. Around the sides and on the underside are some grey robot mode elements. The colours evoke G1 Eject, but they're generic enough that this mode is pretty much generic.

   This is a rather indistinct alt mode on it's own. Without Blaster, he's little more that a folded up robot. Okay, so he's a data disc - I guess a Cybertronian take on a cassette, but without context there's nothing to see here.

   There's some play value here. He can be stored inside the transparent red casing he comes packaged with or stowed inside Blaster's chest. The idea is that Blaster can fire the disc out and your data disc will auto-transform. It works reasonably well with this figure, too.

   A rather underwhelming alt mode, but to be fair he _is_ well folded up. There's little to get excited about when dealing with a small blue disc whose only purpose is to fire out of Blaster's chest.


   Basically, when he hits the table, there's a grey button underneath which presses & the entire thing unfolds thanks to a series of springs. Of course, you can press the button yourself. The "sides" become his legs, the top becomes the arms while the head and torso are concealed underneath his arms. The arms are "up" so you will need to seeing them down manually as well as flu& also flip out his feet.

Height: 7cm Width: 3.5cm

   A blue robot with grey feet, thighs and waist along with grey on the outside edges of the torso. His face is painted red with a gold eyestrip while there's also gold on his chest, waist & shins, painted to match his G1 paint mask. There's a red Autobot logo stamped on his chest. I'm happy to see that his paint mask differs from Frenzy (the blue one) as they're both blue versions of the same mould. While the colours in disc mode are somewhat generic, here they really do evoke G1 & they clearly differ from those of Frenzy & make it clear that this is Eject. A home run, if you will...

   While the head is necessarily small, it's clearly modelled on the G1 toys, and really nails the tribute here. The gold eyestrip is done well, despite the small size. The arms are thin but work well enough - there are no guns unlike G1.

   While the limbs feature joints, only the shoulders offer any poseability as the leg joints are all spring loaded. So poseable arms constitute all of his play value.

   A nice looking robot with strong G1 overtones thanks to the face & careful attention to the paintmask. There's no play value but then at this size I don't expect much. It displays well and that's pretty much all I'd ask anyway.


   Sold with Ramhorn. The Takara version (which I have), sold with Ramhorn, Rewind & Sunder, has silver painted fists with much of the grey somewhat metallic, making him a closer match to G1.


   Okay so there's no recognisable alt mode as such, he's essentially a folded up robot designed to be fired out of a larger Transformer. Having said that the auto transform gimmick works quite well. The colours evoke G1 Eject well and the face matches G1 very well. Eject also comes with a new mould (Rewind comes with Sunder, who is a repaint), making him somewhat more compelling than the similar Rewind - although they do work well as a pair. You really need Blaster the alt mode worthwhile, but Soundwave can also be used if you have him - 7.5/10

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