Air Hammer

Toy Condition Loose, Complete, Excellent Condition, With Full Card (Bubble Removed)
Toy Photos
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Robot Mode Beast Mode
Box Art Currently Unavailable
Instructions From My Collection
Tech Spec Image Courtesy of the Hartmans
Tech Spec Data 
 Air Hammer {Fuzor}   Function: Aerial Reconnaissance    Group: Maximal
    | Stren. | Intel. | Speed | Endur. | Rank | Cour. | Firep. | Skill |
        5        8       10       9        6      9       4        8

    If Air Hammer possesses one attribute, it is mind-boggling
    speed -- add that to his scanned characteristics and it equals the
    perfect reconnaissance warrior.  His aerodynamic structure helps Air
    Hammer to be equally dextrous in water as in air.  He sees with the
    eyesight of a hawk and has the ability to sniff out a Predacon from
    miles away.  Well liked by his fellow Maximals, Air Hammer is a robot
    of few words, preferring to save his razor-sharp jaw for locking onto
    the limbs of enemy Predacons.
Toy Review 
Color Scheme:
Mostly an off-white color, with dark brown accents for the feathers and dark sea-blue for the hammerhead and tail. Legs also have orange-red shins. Pretty ok color scheme, but nothing to write home about.
Robot Mode:
Decent mode, as far as the robot bits are concerned, but suffers greatly from the "animal on my back" syndrome. The beast wings are solid plastic, and remain stationary in both modes. He can't stand shoulder-to-shoulder with anyone, but at least he's not falling over backward like Airazor does if you fold her wings back.
Beast Mode:
If you like hammerhead sharks and hawks/falcons, this is the toy for you! Otherwise, it's kind of a lame combination of the two. Many people consider this one to be the lamest of the Fuzors, and I tend to agree.
The beast legs fold down to become the robot legs. The beast mouth and tail are at opposite ends of a shoulder unit which rotates for the robot mode, and the robot head comes out of the chest/shoulder unit. The beast head (hammerhead) kind of slides down the back so that it doesn't stick up so much in robot mode, which is good.
The beast mouth (robot hand) is sprung shut such that a lever can be pressed to open it and allow it to close (or snap shut, if you want).
Kind of lame as a whole, but the main problem is the fragility of the robot chest/shoulder unit, which has a hinged section that opens to allow the robot head to fold out. This section is poorly attached and can be difficult to keep on while transforming the toy.