Airazor (Transmetal)

Toy Condition Loose, Complete, Excellent Condition, With Full Card (Bubble Removed)
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Robot Mode Beast Mode Vehicle Mode Armor Mode
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Instructions From My Collection
Tech Spec Image Courtesy of the Hartmans
Tech Spec Data 
 Airazor {TMetal}        Function: Aerial Recon        Group: Maximal
    | Stren. | Intel. | Speed | Endur. | Rank | Cour. | Firep. | Skill |
        5        7        9       6        6      7       4        7

    A quantum surge has completely rearranged Airazor's structure to
    include a metal-armor coating and a pontoon plane substructure that
    provides the added advantage of sea reconnaissannce. Already quick
    as lightning, her twin jets furnish extra high-level acceleration and
    agility. Her optical matrix scanners can detect Predacon ground 
    movement from 30,000 feet while her armor-ripping talons send
    fearful sparks through the Predacon army.
Toy Review 
Color Scheme:
Lots of colors, but chosen well. She's a mix of a kinf of turquoise blue, yellow/gold, white, and metallic blue, with a few red and orange accents. Maybe a little busy, but as a transmetal, it's somewhat expected.
Robot Mode:
Suffers a little less from the wing problem, but it's still there. At least she's larger and more stable, and can handle the wings in most positions. The body is well proportioned and she's got some decent armaments.
Beast Mode:
Pretty decent transmetalized falcon design. The miltitude of colors is more obvious in this mode, but it seems to work. The wings don't really move or flap in this mode, so she's perpetually in an "about to take flight" kind of stance. Of course, that's an advantage for play when you'r pretending she IS flying. :)
Vehicle Mode:
Bascially a falcon with pontoons. ;-)
Alternate Mode:
Sort of an alternate. The shell of the beast mode can be used as a shield in robot mode, and the pontoons make pretty cool shoulder-mounted cannons.
The beast shell opens and the robot legs stretch out while the beast legs fold up to become the robot arms. The beast chest folds down to become the robot chest, and the shell remains open to allow the wings to fold back. Standard complexity for a deluxe Beast Wars figure.
As with the regular Airazor, the wings can be a little honery, but not as much. Being able to use the pontoons as shoulder cannons is pretty cool, and the wings can point up or down, adding a little variety in appearance.