The Windcharger mold is nothing new to anyone. One of a series of intense crazes last year, Windcharger's scarcity in the United States gave it more attention than it ever would have earned on its own merits otherwise. That being the case, the Japanese release could have gone by as barely a blip on anyone's radar, except for that the early 2012 run of Transformers United is freakin' insane. Continue to full review...
Never saw a single one Windcharger here in California... and that includes looking at Ross/Marshalls/TJ Maxx. Crazy.
One of a series of intense crazes last year, Windcharger's scarcity in the United States gave it more attention than it ever would have earned on its own merits otherwise.
That's weird... Windcharger freaking peg-warmed here! :O None left now though... but it took ages for them all to sell. Initially sold for $15 each (standard price for a Scout here), then slashed down to $7, and even after that they still peg warmed for a while. :/
I want wipeout, but not willing to pay $40 for one... so sad.
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