Transformers BotBots Nobeeoh & Grave Rave reviews

The Transformers BotBots are divided into (currently) 19 different teams, based on what store in the mall they hail from. For instance, there are two bathroom supply stores in the main wing, both bringing us the members of the Toilet Troop; the one upstairs on Level 3 is the home to Nobeeoh.

Honestly, though, a stick of deodorant isn't really something you'd buy at a store like that - there's a difference between personal care items and, say, a replacement flange for the toilet tank or a new shower head. So basically, those brown stores with images of plungers on the windows are likely the equivalent of a Bath & Body Works or something. They sell deodorant, right? I mean, with its light blue and pink colorscheme, this one looks like a common bar of Secret (which means it probably smells just a little too much like baby powder for my tastes), rather than something laughably expensive, but the idea is there. There's a ridged dial sculpted on the front, and there's no lid, allowing us to see the white stick poking out.

To convert Nobeeoh, fold down the legs, open the flaps over the face, and rotate the arms out. Simple as that.

Nobeeoh can sniff out a stink from miles away. He leaves no odor unturned and won't rest until he has sniffed out the root of all stinkdom. Nobeeoh is a very loyal companion to the pirate soap, Sudsbeard.

Heh. Nobeeoh - "no B.O." Cute. The robot mode is very blocky, other than the exposed deodorant on top of the head. There's a mouthplate that will always be reminiscent of Soundwave, a parallel only furthered by the dial on the chest. His eyes are red, and his hands and feet are white, with additional pink stripes on the wrists. The only real articulation are balljoints for the shoulders.

Nobeeoh is only available in the blindpacks, where he's #3. The mold was reused in Series 2 to make the all-natural deodorant Be-Oh, and in Series 3 to make something much more unexpected...

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4 Responses to Transformers BotBots Nobeeoh & Grave Rave reviews

  1. BBShockwave says:

    Pretty sure the Toilet Troop are just all "general bathroom items", not just toilet-related stuff.

  2. BBShockwave says:

    Ah, thanks, I never understood what Bee-Oooh stood for.
    Grave Rave is revealed to belong to the Seasons Greeters, so yeah he is just a plastic fake tombstone decoration. Still a weird reuse of the mold!

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