Don't Call Me
Tony Productions









This figure came with no accessories.


Tech Spec

The small brethren of the Autobots and the Decepticons fled Cybertron long ago, in search of refuge from the never-ending war. The Mini-Con robots are living power batteries that larger robots use to enhance their already formidable weapons and abilities. Many Mini-Con teams were broken apart or destroyed utterly by the greed of the Decepticons, or the desperation of the Autobots. Now, only a few intact teams are left to roam the universe, living in peace and isolation from other Transformers.



There are no known variations of this figure.



Availability: This figure was available exclusively at K-Mart stores with Transformers: Universe 2.0 Ransack (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Stockade (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Overcharge (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Sky Shadow (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Scavenger (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Longview (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Snow Cat (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Treadshot (2009), and Transformers: Universe 2.0 Crosshairs (2009), in 2009

Additional Versions of Windrazor: There are no additional versions of this figure.

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Classics Swoop (2006) and Reptix (2007, Japan) and was later colored into Dark of the Moon Rav / Evolution Strafe (2011/2014) and Paulie (2014, Japan).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.
Name Reuses: The name Windrazor was reassigned from Windrazor (1993), Botcon 1999 Windrazor (1999), Energon Windrazor (2005), and Micron Booster Windrazor (2007, Japan) and was later reassigned to Beast Hunters Windrazor (2013-2014) and Kre-O Windrazor (2013).