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Inflatable Transformers Advertising

Written by Darren 'Starscream' Jamieson on July 4, 2011 | Merchandise |

If you’ve ever been to a slightly tacky used car lot, or to a summer fete, or to anywhere where kitsch is the name of the game, then you’ll have seen those jiggling, wobbling, dancing figures that stand seemingly hundreds of feet tall and bounce around in the wind. We’re talking about the dancing inflatable advertising figures, you know the ones.

Anyhow – we wondered if there were ever any Transformers versions of these because, let’s face it, when it comes to figures standing a few hundred feet tall Transformers were made for this. Thankfully, and perhaps surprisingly, there are Transformers inflatable advertising figures – or at least there’s one, that we found anyway.

We found this giant Optimus Prime on a Chinese products website, and he can be made to order – as large as eight metres in height (if you so desire). There’s no pricing information on the website, as you have to enquire about the inflatable Optimus, but he comes with his own pump and a protective crate.

Perhaps the guys at Auto Assembly might consider commissioning a giant, inflatable, Optimus Prime to help promote AA this year?

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