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Transformers Toys website for G1 Transformers

Written by Darren 'Starscream' Jamieson on March 25, 2009 | News,Toys,Toys / Action Figures |

If you’re looking for G1 Transformers toys online there aren’t that many websites you could turn to, assuming you don’t visit eBay of course, which has been most people’s port of call for some years. One website selling Transformers toys that has just come to our attention is www.transformerland.com, which sells G1 Transformers in abundance.

Unlike some Transformers websites that claim to sell G1 Transformers, but are always low on stock, Transformerland.com currently (at time of writing) has almost 2,000 in stock, so you’re likely to find what you’re looking for.

They don’t just have G1 Transformers either, they sell Transformers from 1984 through to the present day.

What makes it different though? Transformerland.com allows you to negotiate on the prices! Where else can you do that? Not even on eBay.

Another useful thing about the website is that it will help you to identify those parts you’re not quite sure of. Is it Grimlock’s sword or Snarl’s?

As well as being a shop, it also has a Transformers forum if you want to ask questions and mingle with Transformers fans.

Has anyone used Transformerland.com before? If so, let us know what you think.