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The self-transforming Optimus Prime now has a $1,700 dinobot friend

A silver robot T-Rex’s head with a see-through golden neck and tiny silver arms with three posable claws each.

How much would fans pay for the ultimate action figure? A company named Robosen seems determined to find out — with Transformers toys that transform themselves like they do in the classic cartoon.

First, it was a $750 self-transforming Optimus Prime robot, then a $750 transforming trailer to go with. $1,500 total to bring the leader of the Autobots to life.

Now, Hasbro and Robosen are introducing Grimlock so you can own the king of the Dinobots too — for a cool $1,700 all by itself.

The result is glorious. 34 servo motors make for a spectacular transformation — and let Grimlock walk, talk, attack, even pretend to breathe…

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