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Transformers Collectors' Club Release Pricing For Solar Requiem Shattered Glass Soundwave Vs Blaster Set

By Jack on Tuesday, September 11, 2012



Just in is news from the Transformers Collectors' Club who have reported the upcoming Shattered Glass Soundwave Vs Blaster set price will be $195 USD + Shipping. They will have Pre-orders up for roughly a month starting tomorrow 9/12. The name, "Solar Requiem" has been confirmed as the new series name to be accompanied by a comic back story, stickers and deluxe packaging. Read the full details and new english version poster below. More details will be posted as soon as we have them.
Solar Requiem Shattered Glass VSE Set - $195 USD + Shipping

+ Global New Year Special
+ Continuing in the Shattered Glass World "Solar Requiem"
+ Preorders to begin in early September
+ e-Hobby Collaboration Exclusive Set
+ SG Soundwave vs. SG Blaster Figures
+ Collaboration Comic (12 pages, color)
+ Custom Sticker Sheet
+ Deluxe Package Design

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



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Lord_Onslaught
2012-09-13
11:16 pm

Doesn't matter if its legit or illegal, that has no factor, what I am saying is you can always get it cheaper, even through legit channels, especially if you order it straight from the factory, so it doesn't go to E-Hobby first then to you it goes straight to yo, so your little betting agai... read more 
G.B. Blackrock
2012-09-13
3:53 pm

The point I was making was that this situation is different from any previous club exclusive. Therefore, your previous experiences (such as with P/CP) don't really apply. See the post from Emerje at the end of the previous page. (I'm also not interested in discussing illegal operations, if... read more 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-09-12
10:30 pm

There is no trying, G.B. There are places where they are cheaper, Like when I got Punch Counterpunch for $40 and that was after the release and the skyrocket on eBay. G.B I highly suggest, that you look around the net and you will find them cheaper. I know of 2 places that always sell E-Hob... read more 
Emerje
2012-09-12
8:36 pm

eHobby price - 13,900JPY or about $178 TFCC price - $195 Only a $17 difference. The aftermarket markup from stores ordering from eHobby will be greater than for those ordering from TFCC since they'll have to ship in bulk from Japan plus make a profit. Unlike other TFCC exclusive... read more 
BaCon
2012-09-12
6:38 pm

 
G.B. Blackrock
2012-09-12
5:53 pm

You're welcome to try, but I'm actually betting against finding a place cheaper than TFCC on this one. For the reasons already stated. 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-09-12
12:47 am

Depends on where you buy it from, it can still be cheaper then the tfcc. I was going to buy it but the Sound blaster mold looks wrong being all white 
MikePrime
2012-09-11
9:37 pm

And we can all wait for the inevitable sale. 
puma
2012-09-11
9:04 pm

i'm sure BBTS and TFSource will get some stock for being Sponsors of the club but i'm sure well over $200 
G.B. Blackrock
2012-09-11
6:53 pm

The word is that the Japanese version, in yen, is less than $20 less than FunPub's price. Since that yen price is only for folks buying direct from e-Hobby, and e-Hobby doesn't ship outside of Japan, this means that those of us who would seek to get the set from a non-FunPub source wou... read more 
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