Alternators Swerve out in Europe?

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Andersonh1, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. Andersonh1

    Andersonh1 Man, I've been here a LONG time Veteran

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    Omegatron Mandatory Fun. Buy it now TFW2005 Supporter

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    I got mine for retail price, but I hope this means it's easier for those who didn't.

    -Tony!
     
  3. Alpha

    Alpha I saved the internet.

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    Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip! Chip!

    But yes, it would be nice to see a swerve for less than $100.00.

    Edit: I just noticed that this is my Two-hundred and first post!
    I wish I had caught it at two-hundred, though.
     
  4. Nevermore

    Nevermore It's self-perpetuating a parahumanoidarianised!

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    Someone apparently got something mixed up there. CYBERTRON Swerve is out in Italy, and there hasn't been any sighting from the Netherlands that I'm aware of either.
     
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    Based on what i can recall from Alt Swerve appearing in other countires; If it is out in The Netherlands it's probably only in TRU, and is probably in U.S. packaging.
     
  6. Rod

    Rod No Silly Robot User Name

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    What do Alts retail for over in Europe anyway?
     
  7. useless

    useless Completely Unreasonable TFW2005 Supporter

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    In the UK £19:99... which is about 40 USD.

    It is actually cheaper to buy them in the US and pay for them to be shipped over even after import duties.
     
  8. Samana Rombuca

    Samana Rombuca Well-Known Member

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    That truly sucks! :( 
     
  9. Draven

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    Yup. Assuming, of course, that you didn't import almost all of the pitiful selection we've been thrown over a year ago.
    It's pathetic.
     
  10. Omnius

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    I wouldn't call the UK Alts selection pitiful... it's worse than that! :( 
     
  11. Rod

    Rod No Silly Robot User Name

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    The collector community around here is pretty much non-existant, so finding stuff here is never a problem, so if any of you UKers need anyting let me know.
     

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