Is this the third, or fourth different Slave 1 molds? Including the small one just released.
BTW, Amazon has them back up for sale on their site, if they have any left in a week or two I may order another (one MIMB and one to open). Good thing we're not on RS, or I'd get flamed for daring to consider ordering 2. :)
Plus I signed up for a free month of Amazon Prime, so I got free 2 day shipping! Take that!
So anyway, it's done, my addiction re-ignited I must now begin the process of downsizing my collection to make room.
If anyone is interested in PT loose (possibly even some carded) figures PM me. I will probably be making a post in the trades section. I hate to resort to ebay to get rid of my unwanted figures. I'm sure I have a ton of Clones and Droids circa 2002-2006ish.
1. ESB Vintage (1980) - repainted for SOTE/POTF2 (1996)Quote:
Originally Posted by darth metalmute
2. AOTC "Saga" (2002) - repainted for ESB OTC (2004)
3. TCW/AOTC Rise of Boba Fett (2010) - repainted for ESB TVC (2013)
4. AOTC Class II (2013) - repainted for ESB Class II (2013)
Vintage is the original, of course; AOTC is the one with the rotating spring-loaded missile launcher in front, bigger than vintage but not by too crazy much; Rise of Boba Fett is the huge version that was repainted for Amazon; Class II is the tiny little $20 one.
AOTC Class II (2013) = Small
Vintage/SOTE/POTF2 = Medium
AOTC "Saga" OTC = Large
TCW/AOTC Rise of Boba/Amazon = Super Sized
I was fairly sure my OTC version was bigger than my POTF2/SOTE versions. That's probably where I was confused.
Though I still maintain that the original $100 was too steep, $75 is easier to swallow. I say $75 because Amazon charged sales tax. Maybe I'll feel differently when this monster arrives, I just hope it doesn't dwarf my Millenium Falcon.
Got mine today. Sadly. It was from AZ, but it shipped only in the white mailer box and, as a result, arrived with dinged corners and a has two dented piercings which went through the the white cardboard and through the interior box. I'm not sure how to proceed. It's not as bad as many of the photos I've seen, but I don't want to accept substandard quality for the price I paid. I also don't want to have to ship it back to them in this condition, where the post office will likely say that they won't accept a package in that state as shippable. I'm also concerned that Amazon might consider my complaints to be fraudulent since I am sure they've received tons of the false claims looking for refunds. Any suggestions?
I'd contact them if you're not planning to open it and toss the box. Amazon generally has excellent service, and they're aware of this problem. If you're concerned about the condition of the box, use their chat or request a phone call; I'd be shocked if they don't make it right.