Sunday, December 1, 2013

Transformers Construct-bots from Hasbro - Giveaway




One of the many things my boys are obsessed with are Transformers. My husband grew up with them and he passed his love for them right on to the boys. When the Transformers Construct-Bots package showed up in the mail a few weeks ago, there may have been some screams of joy. But then that happens around here any time a package from Hasbro arrives.


*Disclosure: The boys and I were given two Construct-Bots sets from Hasbro to review, in exchange for a blog post and social media promotions. Stick with us - there is a giveaway at the end you won't want to miss!

Just what are the Construct-Bots? For the first time, Transformers fans can construct, customize and convert their very own Bots! The newest innovation from Hasbro, each Transformers Construct-Bots figure includes a robot frame, armor, weapons, and accessory parts to let kids build and customize their own robot action figure. To enhance the play experience, each CONSTRUCT-BOTS figure can quickly and easily convert from robot to vehicle and back - without taking it apart.

The best part? All of the parts are interchangeable between *all* Transformers Construct-Bots figures, so there is almost no limit to what kids can create!

And you know there's an app for that too! Free on the App Store or Google Play, you can play on your tablet or mobile device. Construct and customize your Transformers robots on the go by entering codes found in the toys to unlock Part Packs. Part Packs let you construct and customize bigger, stronger bots to help you get further in the game. The boys have actually been having so much fun playing with the Construct-Bots that we haven't even gotten to the app just yet.


This is WheelJack - from the Elite Action Figure Set.  (55 pieces, ages 6+)  The set came with a super cute red storage set to keep the pieces in.


This is IronHide - from the Scout Action Figure set. (45 pieces, ages 6+)


I think the Big Guy liked it best when he converted WheelJack into the car. After the boys spent some time playing with each one separately, they got together with Daddy to work on constructing something brand new. They used pieces from each of the two sets (both WheelJack and IronHide) and came up with their very own custom creation.



I present to you ... Iron Jack - as named by the boys. And yes, he has two heads.
How awesome is he!


The boys give the Construct-Bots two thumbs up!



Now who wants to win a Transformers Construct-Bots Triple Changer Set from Hasbro?! Open to US residents only, comment below on this post and tell me who you would like to win this for. For a second entry, comment again below and tell me who your favorite Transformer was growing up and why. Remember to leave an email address. 

Winner will be notified by email. Prize will be sent directly from Hasbro. Giveaway closes at 8am on Wednesday, December 4th when the winner will be chosen by Random.org!

29 comments:

  1. My son James! He's 5 and would love it! :-)

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  2. My son Nathan would love this. He is 7!

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  3. My favorite Transformer growing up was Sound wave. He shoots out cool cassette tapes that transform into robots and birds! :)

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  4. My son Nathan would love this. He is 7!

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  5. My son Steven would LOVE this. He's 5

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  6. I would give it to my boys (and let them duke it out over it :) )

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  7. I'd give this to my friends' grandson; he loves these.
    Diane Sabatini
    luvnpeace413@aol.com

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  8. Optimus Prime was my favorite cause I just thought he was so cool and my Dad worked at Hasbro so it was my first one I ever got.

    Diane Sabatini
    luvnpeace413@aol.com

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  9. Hmmm is it bad that I want to win this for my husband? He loves transformers and legos (still). And I'm sure it would get used with baby boy in the future, haha.

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  10. For Nicholas, of course! ;)
    Love the pics Liza!!!

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  11. For me...still a kid at heart..:) one of the few toys from "childhood" I would be able to pass on.
    Grimlock was my favorite. ..always loved dinosaurs.
    kmichin34@msn.com

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  12. Alex would LOVE it... he's 9!

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  13. I would win it to donate to a local Toys for Tots drive since my kids aren't fans. But I'm sure some little boy would like it very much!

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  14. cissafireheart77@gmail.com -- My favorite growing up was Optimus Prime, cause he was the leader and always had a plan! :)

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  15. My son is 9 and LOVES both legos and transformers.
    amy@rocas.com

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  16. Optimus Prime is certainly a fav in our house and mine when I was younger. My brother and I used to play with transformers today.
    amy@rocas.com

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  17. I would like to give them to my Son Matthew! He has had a rough year in school, Had to start homeschooling him.. But he has conquered and overcame those obstacle. He started Karate in Sept and has surpassed most of his classmates winning Student of the yr and preparing for his advanced yellow belt this weekend. He loves Transformers.. And I am so proud of all his accomplishments through the good and bad <3
    dawn.ziehlke@yahoo.com

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  18. i would LOVE this for my son, he's totally getting into Transformers now and I love it!

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  19. Oh and my fav transformer when I was younger was, of course, Optimus Prime ;-)

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  20. I would love to win this for Joseph! He's not quite old enough yet but I would totally set it aside for him for next year :)

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  21. As for my favorite transformer growing up....does Barbie count???? ;)

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  22. I would love to win this for Joseph! He's not quite old enough yet but I would totally set it aside for him for next year :)

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  23. Optimus Prime was always my fave! Thanks for the opportunity!
    maggietucker10 at yahoo dot com

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  24. I'd love to win for my nephew!!!

    tcrowley122 at hotmail dot com

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