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Thread: Titanium Prices

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    Titanium Prices

    Why are the titanium figures so much ????? I mean I got picked up the new titanium Optimus Prime at Walmart for $5.00 and the thing transforms..... We get decent sculpts with minium articulation for $17 and transformers for $5. What gives
    Looking for CW 2010 Sidious and TX-20...if anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. thanks

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    that titanium optimus prime that transforms is $14.99 for the rest of us that aren't so fortunate to have a WM with a glitch in the pricing system

    consider yourself very, very lucky!

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    Heck I got mine at Target for 5 bucks and they still havent changed the shelf tag. I am awaiting more ot be put out for that price. I also got the Megatron. I left them in vehicle mode as transforming them is a pain in the rump.&
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    kh -
    transforming them is a problem, standing them up once they're transformed is a problem, getting them to stay together is a problem...megatron in particular has extremely loose joints and the metal, which admittedly is a nice touch, is just too heavy for the sissy ball joints...optimus is pretty cool, but ultimately, they're both just $5 paperweights...

    i hope cyclonus and jetfire come out a little better cause even for $5 apiece, megs and optimus were disappointments...


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    I dunno why Hasbro thinks the Titanium Forged SW figures are worth $15, no way in hell that's a reasonable price, they're barely articulated, paint and sculpts are good from far but far from good, they're small and they just don't deliver that well.
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    to add to JT's criticisms of the forged figures, they are molded to the base. the only one i have is IG-88 and it would've been nice to display him alongside regular figures but it just isn't really possible with that large base.

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    I thought they were screwed to the base, and have long pegs as part of their feet which slip into the base to accomodate the screws.

    EDIT: I'm wrong, they're screwed onto the base, the base is screwed onto the stand, but the figures have normal flat feet and can be removed from the bases:
    Darth Vader is becoming the Mickey Mouse of Star Wars.

    "We named the dog 'Chewbacca'!"
    The use of a lightsaber does not make one a Jedi, it is the ability to not use it.

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    thanks for the tip JT. i was able to remove my IG-88 from the stand and base. and yes, it was screwed onto the base. which in turn was screwed to the stand.

    this makes it sooooo worth the $15 now!


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