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Transform into 3 models New condition and model as in the picture Contents: 95pcs 8 sets of transformer series, giant robot series, can be loh 1. Lightning = 91pcs 2. Steel = 92pcs 3. Hercules = 96pcs 4. Eagle eyes = 97pcs 5. Explosion = 95pcs 6. Road master = 93pcs 7. Scout = 91pcs 8. Tracking = 96pcs --- Please note --- Can 't complain because of lack of part / Defect The goods directly from the factory Thank you:) * Please when opening the dividing package because of the complan without any video unboxing we consider invalid, (buy = agree) * Please understand, all forms of damage on the way / exhibition both case, tempered glass and others are beyond our responsibility, because before we kirm the goods we checked and 100% good * The mistake of choosing type, size or mistake for choosing cannot be returned, because it is beyond our responsibility. Thank you for shopping, always successful:)

Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers!

Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers!

Friday, November 26th, 2010 9:57am CST

Categories:Toy News, Knock Offs
Posted by:Dead Metal  Views:159,559

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Kazi Brick is a Chinese company that has been directly copying Lego bricks for quite some time now, 99% of their bricks are direct copies of Lego bricks. And since they are direct copies they also fit with real Legos.
Well last year the company released a line of brick robots that turned into vehicles, now they have announced another bunch of sets following the same concept, just this time they look very familiar.

We mirror just a few images each, to view all of them just click the links located in the names.

Hundred Changes Jin Gang, aka Not-Lego Not-Movie Optimus Prime


Super Thunder, aka Not-Lego Not-Movie Incinerator



Black Cyclone, aka Not-Lego Not-movie Jetfire



Super Road Block, aka not-Payload, sadly no link or any more images.

And their most original set, Destroy Foreman who seems to be an original design.


Thanks to member Scaleface for finding these!

Credit(s): Scaleface, Focalprice,com

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Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150895)
Posted by Jesterheadon November 26th, 2010 @ 10:00am CST

Man, those look pretty good!

Who cares is they are rip-offs of TFs and Lego, good job!

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150900)
Posted by Pretender Skywarpon November 26th, 2010 @ 10:07am CST

Jesterhead wrote:Man, those look pretty good!

Who cares is they are rip-offs of TFs and Lego, good job!

Seconded. How could Hasbro screw up "Built to Rule", but a KO company can come up with these?

C'mon, somebody at Lego licensing must see this stuff and realise the potential, surely?
Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150943)
Posted by Scalefaceon November 26th, 2010 @ 11:29am CST

Here is an auction with more pictures of Payload, but the seller seems to have him mistransformed in both modes.

Some other companies version of Bumblebee:

Also, not a Transformers, but a robot, VERY Bludgeon shell inspired! Made by another company called Enlighten.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150962)
Posted by GEEWUNon November 26th, 2010 @ 12:24pm CST
Dead Metal wrote:And their most original set, Destroy Foreman who seems to be an original design.

AKA not Wheeljack AKA not Hoist 8-}8-}8-}
Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150980)
Posted by Scalefaceon November 26th, 2010 @ 1:18pm CST

I was thinking it was a vague attempt at movie Ratchet. It has the shoulders, and it's a green truck.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150984)
Posted by Megatron Wolfon November 26th, 2010 @ 1:29pm CST

ok those are pretty cool

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150985)
Posted by Samurai Bludgeonon November 26th, 2010 @ 1:31pm CST

Not-Optimus was an easy buy-on-site for me, just looks too good especially for 26 usd. I would have gotten the jetfire too but i don't like the huge "Y" above his head in robot mode...

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150987)
Posted by MightyMagnus78on November 26th, 2010 @ 1:42pm CST

They do look rather good, don't they.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1150990)
Posted by Optimum Supremeon November 26th, 2010 @ 1:55pm CST

That not-Optimus not-Prime looks pretty cool.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1151025)
Posted by genozauron November 26th, 2010 @ 3:37pm CST

fuck yeah baby this is what that shit ass built to rule line shouldhave been from the beginning

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1151145)
Posted by OptiMagnuson November 26th, 2010 @ 10:25pm CST

I wonder if this is the same company that made the Bionicle Rahaga knock-off sets I found. But these look really cool. Lego should really work up a licensing deal with Hasbro to make Lego Transformers. It's a very popular topic and well-demanded. Kids and collector's alike would love that.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1151153)
Posted by cannonfodder4000on November 26th, 2010 @ 11:06pm CST
Super road block looks like if Johnny-5 put on Payload's clothes. :lol:
Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1151250)
Posted by Talouson November 27th, 2010 @ 9:41am CST

I was expecting BTR type bots when I clicked, but my eyes do not bleed.
I would buy these so quickly.

Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1215087)
Posted by Scalefaceon April 29th, 2011 @ 12:26pm CDT
Re: Kazi Brick: KO Lego Transformers! (1230941)
Posted by Samurai Bludgeonon May 30th, 2011 @ 10:13pm CDT

By the way for anyone who is interested I got my "not-optimus" some time ago (took 2 months for the shipping yikes).

Overall a great buy. Not-Optimus is larger than the ROTF/RTS Voyager Primes by quite a bit, think "Ultra-size". Articulation is limited, the pics in thread can basically tell you what is possible.
Pieces match any Lego's or Lego-wannabes. Building him took maybe an hour+. He doesn't require glue however some here or there might make transformation easier(yes to full, actual transformation). The plastic doesn't quite feel as sturdy/thick as a regular Lego does, after looking him over I figure you could replace 80-90% of him with the real deal to fix that problem.
My real major complaint other than the sellers 2-months shipping time is that the parts themselves have that unfinished gasoline smell to them that will come off on your hands. Since plastic is all of one molecule away from pure oil it seems that there was a step missed/bypassed during manufacturing that could have removed the smell. It's not overwhelming and I have no concern displaying him with my other figures but it is there.

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