No idea what this toy is supposed to do for a kid, but hey, at least you won’t need to fork out more money from time to time to purchase new batteries so that your little one can continue to enjoy playing with it? This unique toy boasts a solar panel attached to it, and doesn’t need any form of engineering know-how to transform as it will happily do so itself. Perhaps this $20 prelude to the summer’s blockbuster Transformers sequel will do pretty well in the market since many folks out there can’t afford real Transformers toys.
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