Bumblebee (Transformers) - Transformers - Toys


All toys of this character are officially licensed from General Motors.

  • Transformers 3D Battle Card Game Bumblebee (2007)
Bumblebee is among the characters which appeared in the first wave of the Transformers 3D Battle Card Game by Wizards of the Coast.
  • Transformers Jollibee Bumblebee (2007)
A kids meal toy promotional item available at Jollibee restaurants in the Philippines from June to July 2007. This toy was a slightly enlarged and simplified version of the Movie Legends mold.
  • Transformers Legends Bumblebee (2007)
Released as part of the first wave of Movie Legends toys, this 8 centimeter long Classic Camaro is 1/64 scale to the real vehicle.
  • Transformers EZ Collection Bumblebee Scanning Version (2007)
A Japanese exclusive bundled with the September 2007 issue of Hyper Hobby magazine, this version of Legends Bumblebee is molded in transparent yellow, depicting him in scanning mode before being formatted into his alternate mode.
  • Transformers EZ Collection Bumblebee Metallic Version (2007)
A limited Japanese exclusive release that was available with pre-orders of the Transformers movie DVD at Tsutaya Records.
  • Transformers Cyber Slammers Bumblebee (Classic Camaro) (2007)
A Deluxe Class toy designed for younger children, with a very simple transformation and a pull-back motor. The upper portion of the vehicle pops up into robot mode when it hits an object.
  • Transformers Cyber Slammers Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007)
Similar to the first version of Bumblebee, only with the new Camaro design.
  • Transformers Fast Action Battlers Plasma Punch Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007)
A Deluxe Class transforming toy with simplified transformation for younger children. Features launching plasma bolt projectile.
  • Transformers Fast Action Battlers Rally Rocket Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007)
A redeco of the Fast Action Battlers figure with a black hood and roof and "BB" race decals on the hood and doors.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Bumblebee (Classic Camaro) (2007)
A Deluxe class toy with a detailed transformation and Automorph technology. Aside from black stripes, Bumblebee is decorated with burn marks all over, signifying battle damage rather than his dirty, rusted-up condition depicted in the film. The Japanese version released by Takara Tomy comes with clear blue plastic windows and projectiles. This toy is 14 centimeters long in vehicle mode. This toy was designed by Alex Kubalsky.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Metallic Bumblebee (Classic Camaro) (2007)
A Lawson exclusive in Japan. This Deluxe figure is repainted in metallic gold with black stripes. Available only to those who purchased a movie ticket through Lawson.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Bumblebee vs. Barricade: First Encounter (2007)
A Wal-Mart exclusive gift set featuring Deluxe Bumblebee (Classic Camaro) and Barricade.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007)
Like the Classic Camaro version, this Deluxe toy features Automorph technology and a complex transformation. Comes with a laser cannon that opens to become a clear blue blade. This toy is about 14 centimetres (5.5 in) long in vehicle mode. With a real Concept Camaro being 473 cm (15.5 ft) long, this toy has a scale of about 1/32. With the toy standing 16 cm (6.3 in) tall in robot mode, the real robot would stand about 18 feet tall (5.49 m).
Also released in red as Cliffjumper.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Bumblebee: Evolution of a Hero (2007)
A Target exclusive, featuring both versions of Deluxe Bumblebee. The Camaro Concept in this package is a "battle damaged" repaint.
  • Transformers Screen Battles: Capture of Bumblebee Deluxe Class set (2007)
Deluxe Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) comes packaged in this mini-diorama with figurines of Agent Simmons and two Sector 7 operatives. Unlike the regular packaged version, this version of Bumblebee has his limbs molded in gray instead of black, and his mouth has been painted silver as well.
  • Transformers Ultimate Bumblebee (2007)
The largest - and effectively, the most expensive - toy incarnation of Bumblebee in the market. This represents Bumblebee's New Camaro form, and it also has eyes that light up, creates sounds (robotic transformations and voices), and stands up to more than 12 inches (30.5 cm) in height. The arms and door "wings" also move at the push of a button. Plays more than 17 different sounds and nine samples of songs, including "Whip It" by Devo. Oddly enough, this version of Bumblebee is less accurate than the Movie Deluxe Bumblebee (Camaro Concept). The toy is mistransformed in the package, and all promo photos of the figure made the same mistake, presenting the car hood as a solid block resting on Bumblebee's chest. In reality, it splits up into five separate pieces to fold and collapse into a more movie-like appearance.
A WalMart exclusive version was bundled with Deluxe Class Decepticon Brawl and Scorponok.
Ultimate Bumblebee was among the toys chosen as "12 Best toys of 2007" by Parija B. Kavilanz, senior writer at CNNMoney.com.
  • Transformers Micro IR Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007)
A RadioShack exclusive. This micro radio-controlled car moves forward and back, and features simple transformation to robot mode. The gun-shaped controller doubles as a ball-point pen.
  • Transformers Legends Class Battle Damage Bumblebee (2008)
A repaint of Legends Bumblebee with battle damage effects. Comes in a 2-pack with Legends Class Scorponok.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Bumblebee Allspark Power (Camaro Concept) (2008)
A Target exclusive, packaged in robot mode and inside a clear, cylindrical package. Features light blue highlights on parts of the robot's body to simulate the Allspark's effects.
  • Transformers Premium Deluxe Class Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2008)
Similar to the Deluxe Bumblebee released a year prior, but with notable differences. First, the head is sculpted in Armored mode. Second, the car mode is in a metallic yellow finish with more detailed black stripes. And third, the limbs and Plasma Cannon are molded in gray instead of black.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Stealth Bumblebee (Camaro Concept)(2008)
Similar to Premium Deluxe Bumblebee, but with the yellow and black colors reversed.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class The Legacy of Bumblebee (2008)
A gift pack featuring Premium Deluxe Bumblebee, Classics Bumblebee and Animated Bumblebee.
  • Transformers Trans-Scanning TS-02 Bumblebee (2008)
A Deluxe-sized figure sold only in Japan and Asian markets by Takara Tomy. The package consists of a highly-poseable skeletal frame called a Core Body, along with parts to assemble the Core Body to either a Protoform mode or robot mode. In Protoform, the figure can transform into an atmospheric Entry Mode. The figure with robot parts is able to fully transform into Camaro Concept mode.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Legends Class Bumblebee (2009)
An all-new mold of Legends Bumblebee in current Camaro mode. Also bundled with Legends Decepticon Shadow Striker.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Legends Class Recon Bumblebee (2009)
A redeco of Legends Bumblebee with black decals on the door panels.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Legends Class Stealth Bumblebee (2009)
A reverse black/yellow redeco of Legends Bumblebee.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Legends Class Clear Bumblebee (2009)
A clear yellow remold of Legends Bumblebee, sold exclusively in Japan with the purchase of the Bumblebee case version of the movie DVD.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Class Preview Bumblebee (2009)
One of the preview figures for the second film. It is essentially the Deluxe Class figure from the first film retooled with a new front end, new wheels, a larger head and a right arm that fires a projectile, replacing the laser cannon/blade weapon of the original toy. Unlike majority of the other Deluxe Class figures in the line, this Bumblebee is packaged in robot mode.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Pulse Blast Bumblebee (2009)
A re-release of the Fast Action Battlers figure from the first movie line, with visual modifications to resemble Bumblebee's current design.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Sand Attack Bumblebee (2009)
A redeco of the Fast Action Battlers figure with sand effects on the body panels.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Gravity Bots Bumblebee (2009)
A toy car that instantly transforms into robot mode when tilted upward.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Gravity Bots Bolt Bumblebee (2009)
A reverse black/yellow redeco of the Gravity Bots toy.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Class Cannon Bumblebee (2009)
Like the Preview Bumblebee, this figure is a remold of the 2007 film toy, but with new parts from the front end to the roof. The figure features cannons that pop out of the front fenders. Unlike the Preview figure, the front end of Cannon Bumblebee does not split into three pieces in robot mode.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Human Alliance Bumblebee with Sam Witwicky (2009)
A voyager-sized figure with a 2-inch tall figure of Sam, which can fit on the seats in car mode or man Bumblebee's auxiliary weapons in robot mode. Bumblebee's right arm cannon has a spring-loaded missile launcher while the head comes with a retractable battle mask.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Ultimate Battle Charged Bumblebee (2009)
A re-release of Ultimate Bumblebee from the first film with a new front end, wheels and retractable battle mask. Plays newer sound effects and a sample of "The Touch" by Stan Bush, as well as Optimus Prime famous "Autobots, transform and roll out!" line (as voiced by Peter Cullen).
  • Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Class Alliance Bumblebee (2010)
A slight redeco of Deluxe Preview Bumblebee with black stripes on the roof and doors. N.E.S.T. badges also decorate the doors as well.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Class Battlefield Bumblebee (2010)
A version of Deluxe Cannon Bumblebee with red fender cannons and a head molded with the battle faceplate. Bundled with Deluxe Infiltrator Soundwave.
  • Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Class Optimus Prime and Deluxe Class Bumblebee (2010)
A gift set that includes the 2009 Voyager Class Optimus Prime and the 2008 Premium Deluxe Class Bumblebee figures.
  • Transformers: RPMs Battle Chargers Bumblebee (2010)
A toy car with pull-back action. When it hits an object, the top portion pops open and transforms into the robot's upper torso.
  • Transformers: RPMs Battle Chargers Stealth Bumblebee (2010)
A reverse-color redeco of Battle Chargers Bumblebee.
  • Transformers Legends Class Cyberfire Bumblebee (2010)
A slight redeco of the Legends Class figure from the 2009 line with tattoo prints on the car panels.
  • Transformers Deluxe Class Battle Blade Bumblebee (2010)
A complete redesign of the Deluxe class movie figure with film-accurate proportions and design cues taken from the Human Alliance figure. The left arm comes with a spring-loaded clear blue energy axe while the right arm transforms into a plasma cannon. The head comes with a retractable battle mask. Packaged in robot mode. While the car mode is exactly the same size as the original 2007 movie figure, the robot mode is significantly taller.
  • Transformers Battle Ops Bumblebee (2010)
A larger-sized (between Leader Class and Ultimate Bumblebee) figure that features light and sound effects, as well as an auto-transforming cannon arm.
A metallic gold redeco was released in late-2010 as a Costco exclusive. This set includes a metallic gold redeco of the Legends Bumblebee figure and a Legends Mudflap figure.
  • Transformers Activators Bumblebee (2010)
A Deluxe-sized toy designed for younger children that features instant transformation at the push of a button. This sub-line replaces both the Fast Action Battlers and Gravity Bots from the movie toy lines.
  • Transformers Human Alliance Bumblebee with Sam Witwicky (2010)
A re-release of the Human Alliance figure with the Sam figure wearing a white shirt instead of a black one. The Sam figure is a complete remold, lacking the upper torso articulation of the previous mold.
  • Transformers Lucky Draw Deluxe Battle Blade Bumblebee (2010)
An Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong (ACGHK) convention exclusive gold chrome remold of the 2010 Deluxe figure. Only one example of this variant was made and given to one guest who spent the most on merchandise at the Hasbro booth over the weekend of the convention.
  • Transformers Bombing Run Battle Deluxe Bumblebee (2010)
A gift set featuring a yellow/green redeco of Deluxe Cannon Bumblebee and a tan camouflage redeco of Legends Grindor.
  • Transformers Rampage Among the Ruins Deluxe Bumblebee (2010)
A Toys "R" Us exclusive gift set featuring a redeco of Deluxe Cannon Bumblebee, a red/gold redeco of Deluxe Rampage and a silver/black redeco of Deluxe Ravage.
  • Transformers Activators Rally Rumble Bumblebee (2010)
A redeco of the Activators toy with the hood painted entirely in black and the numbers "02" on the door panels.
  • Masterpiece MP-M02 Bumblebee (2010)
The Battle Ops Bumblebee figure is released in Japan by Takara Tomy as part of the Masterpiece series. First displayed at the 2010 Cybertron Con in Shanghai, China. Changes from the Hasbro version include chrome painted rims, a clear and uncolored right hand and additional paint applications.
  • Dark of the Moon Burger King Flip Out Bumblebee (2011)
A BK Kids meal toy available at Burger King restaurants in the U.S. The toy consists of a detailed head that opens to reveal a small robot body, giving the overall figure a Bobblehead look.
  • Dark of the Moon McDonald's Transforming Bumblebee (2011)
A Happy Set toy available at McDonald's restaurants in Japan, which is essentially a smaller version of the Revenge of the Fallen Gravity Bots toy.
  • Dark of the Moon Robo Power Activators Bumblebee (2011)
A small transforming toy of Bumblebee aimed at younger children. Designed similarly to the Revenge of the Fallen Gravity Bots toy, this toy automatically transforms from car to robot when placed upright, as a button on the rear end deploys the robot parts when pressed against a flat surface.
  • Dark of the Moon Robo Power Activators Recon Bumblebee (2011)
A reverse redeco of the Robo Power Activators toy in black with yellow stripes, similar to the Stealth Bumblebee paint scheme of past toy lines.
  • Dark of the Moon Cyberverse Legion Class Bumblebee (2011)
An all-new Legion Class (formerly Legends) mold of Bumblebee.
  • Dark of the Moon Cyberverse Legion Class Bumblebee with Mobile Battle Bunker (2011)
A gift set that includes Legion Class Bumblebee and an armored truck with car carrier trailer and mini stealth bomber. The trailer can fold behind the truck to become a gun turret, and the truck can transform into a mobile command center, with the stealth bomber becoming Bumblebee's jet pack.
  • Dark of the Moon Mech Tech Deluxe Class Bumblebee (2011)
A smaller remold of the Deluxe Battle Blade Bumblebee figure from the 2010 toy line with new front and rear spoilers, as well as hood pins, window nets and a different paint job. The doors have retractable windows, but they do not fit alongside the nets in car mode; they are mainly to display on robot mode. Many robot parts have been revised from the original mold, such as a new abdomen piece from the front end, smaller hands and less parts on the feet. The head is a new sculpt without the retractable battle mask. The forearms do not come with the retractable battle axe and plasma cannon; instead, the figure comes with a special Mech Tech weapon that mounts on the roof in car mode or on either forearm in robot mode. The weapon features retractable gun barrel and telescope that spring out at the press of a lever.
The figure was repackaged in 2012 for Universal Studios theme parks to promote Transformers: The Ride.
  • Dark of the Moon Mech Tech Deluxe Class Bumblebee with Mech Tech Holder (2011)
A Japan-exclusive release of the Deluxe figure with a Mech Tech Holder, which is used to display the enclosed collectible card.
  • Dark of the Moon Mech Tech Deluxe Class Neoscanning Bumblebee (2011)
A Tokyo Motor Show 2011 exclusive redeco of the Deluxe figure in Bumblebee's colors from the first film.
  • Dark of the Moon The Scan Series Deluxe Class Bumblebee (2011)
A Toys "R" Us exclusive remold of the Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Preview figure (itself a retool of the 2007 Deluxe Camaro Concept figure) with light blue highlights in the middle before fading into clear plastic, simulating the effect of vehicle scanning.
  • Dark of the Moon Deluxe Class Bumblebee (2011)
A Target exclusive clear yellow remold of the Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Cannon Bumblebee figure with Cybertronian markings on the body panels. Bundled with an exclusive mini comic book.
  • Dark of the Moon Deluxe Class Rally Bumblebee (2011)
A Walmart exclusive redeco of the 2007 Deluxe Bumblebee Camaro Concept figure with racing decals.
  • Dark of the Moon Autobot Daredevil Squad Deluxe Class Bumblebee with Human Alliance Basic Backfire and Sam Witwicky (2011)
A Kmart exclusive gray redeco of the Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Cannon Bumblebee, bundled with Human Alliance Basic Backfire and Sam Witwicky.
  • Dark of the Moon Mech Tech Deluxe Class Cyberfire Bumblebee (2011)
A redeco of the 2011 Deluxe figure in black with yellow flames.
  • Dark of the Moon Mech Tech Deluxe Class Nitro Bumblebee (2011)
An all-new Deluxe mold of Bumblebee with a different transformation. The car mode is depicted in its armored form, with rocket boosters sticking out of the rear end. The Mech Tech weapon (similar to Skids' weapon, but in a different mold) is a boost engine that transforms into a plasma cannon. The figure itself has a total of seven ports to mount other Mech Tech weapons. In addition, his license plate has changed from "4NZ454" on previous incarnations to "900 STRA".
  • Dark of the Moon Leader Class Bumblebee (2011)
A new Leader Class mold of Bumblebee, featuring more detail and articulation than the 2007 Ultimate Bumblebee and 2010 Battle Ops Bumblebee figures. In car mode, he can transform into Stealth Force mode, with the arms sticking out of the passenger section and the front end splitting into three parts to reveal additional weapons. His Mech Tech weapon is a backpack with pop-up weapons and light and sound effects. Bumblebee is the only movie Leader Class figure with no internal electronics. Like the Deluxe Nitro figure, his license plate has changed from "4NZ454" on previous incarnations to "900 STRA".
  • Dark of the Moon Human Alliance Bumblebee with Sam Witwicky (2011)
A redeco of the Revenge of the Fallen Human Alliance Bumblebee figure in reverse black/yellow colors, similar to the Stealth Bumblebee paint scheme.
  • Movie Trilogy' Mech Tech Deluxe Bumblebee (Takara Tomy) (2012)
A Japan-exclusive redeco of the Dark of the Moon Deluxe figure with smaller stripes.

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