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Steeljaw

Year - 1986
Series - Generation 1
Faction - Autobot
Sub-Group - Autobot Cassettes
Size Class - Autobot Cassettes

Function: Tracker


Parts



  • Guns (L and R)

Features

  • Robot to cassette conversion

Tech Spec

" What the eyes don't see, the nose knows. "

When he's on the hunt, his prey is as good as caught. Determined, tenacious, cooly professional when on a mission. Likely to trace any scent. Range of 800 miles. Super-strong jaws -- can snap a foot thick steel cable with one bite. Carries two solar-powered pellet guns that fire 1200 rounds per minute. Lack of sunlight hampers the guns' performance. Can electromagnetize himself in cassette Mode. Prone to rusting.

 

Strength
8
Intelligence
8
Speed
2
Endurance
9
Rank
6
Courage
9
Firepower
1
Skill
9

Variations

Gold Weapons:

Some versions of Steeljaw came with gold weapons.



Availability

This figure was available with Rewind (1986) in 1986.

This figure was reissued in the Transformers Collection line with Blaster (1985) in 2006.

G1 Steeljaw Figure History






  • Steeljaw

    (1986)



  • Headmasters
    Steeljaw
    (1987)



  • Encore
    Steeljaw
    (2009)



  • San Diego Comic Con 2010
    Steeljaw
    (2010)



  • Platinum Edition
    Steeljaw
    (2015)


Mold History





  • Steeljaw

    (1986)



  • Headmasters
    Steeljaw
    (1987)



  • Encore
    Steeljaw
    (2009)



  • San Diego Comic Con 2010
    Steeljaw
    (2010)




  • Nightstalker

    (2012)



  • Platinum Edition
    Steeljaw
    (2015)
  • Additionally, this figure's weapons were included with Stripes (2012).