Clocker likes Hot Shot whole bunches of lots. Maybe he, Side Swipe, and Ironhide should form a club. When he's not idolizing Hot Shot, he's spending time learning from or taking care of the ancient mechanoid Brakedown.
Cybertron animated series
He spent an entire season whining and cheering on Hot Shot.( As if he needed another fan)
Cyber Key Code content
Clocker likes to hit the energon overdrive when going into sixth gear while racing, which seems to be a surefire way for him to cross the finish line first. Well, for most of him to cross the finish line first.
- Clocker (Scout, 2005)
- Japanese ID number: GC-12
- Accessories: Engine-blaster, left & right side-pipes, Speed Planet Cyber Key
- Part of the Speed Planet theme, Clocker transforms into a Cybertronic (Velocitronian?) open-topped race car, complete with driver's and passenger's seats (why?). Plugging a Cyber Planet Key into his rear assembly pops up a pair of thrusters with pull-out non-firing blaster barrels. This assembly becomes a hand-held weapon for robot mode. He also has a pair of removable side-pipes that can also be used as hand-weapons. He comes with a silver-bordered Speed Planet style Cyber Key; the Hasbro release has the Key Code "s129" stamped on its back.
- The Hasbro and Takara versions of this toy go about two different ways of creating the same color layout. Where the Hasbro version is cast in orange and blue plastics and uses ample paint applications to make parts white, the Takara version is cast in mostly white plastics with some orange, which means his head, both arms and blaster-base use extensive paint to make them blue and orange. The Hasbro toy has a further difference, painting his side-pipes silver rather than the Takara version's unpainted white.
- This mold was also used to make Cybertron Swerve and the live-action movie universe Clocker. It was also retooled for the Timelines versions of "Axalon Cheetor" and "Unit 2" Tigatron. It was also the model for the non-toy characters that make up the Maximal Command Security Force.
- Metroplex (Bonus bundle, 2006)
- In late 2006/early 2007, Wal-Mart stores got exclusive cases of Leader-class Cybertron toys with bonus Scout-class toys affixed to them, for the price of a normal Leader. Clocker was among these attached freebies, packaged with Metroplex.