Predacon RAZORCLAW 100% complete, I don't think so

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  1. tarheels

    tarheels Well-Known Member

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    Hey genius...tech specs and instructions aren't a part of the toy...they're paper. If you can't figure out how to transform Razorclaw w/o instructions...well, I better not say. Thanks for giving my auction more face time on the board though. :thumb 
     
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    yep, thats complete.

    if tech specs and instructions are required to be complete, where do you stop? the bag the accessories were in? the used sticker sheet? the plastic bubble and the card that it was sealed on or the styrofoam tray? the box? the tape? the receipt? the bag that the store put it in when it was originally purchased? the case it came from? the factory worker that assembled it?

    that last part would be pretty awesome.

    :p 
     
  4. Moonstreaker

    Moonstreaker The Evil Triplet

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  5. Malach Ra

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    tarheels, I've seen some threads that shouldnt have been started. But this one is a chart topper.
     
  6. tarheels

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    Just another person trying to false advertise their auction. If I have to buy something extra to make something complete, that does not make it complete to beging with.
     
  7. Moonstreaker

    Moonstreaker The Evil Triplet

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    Well it seems you're the only one who thinks instructions and tech specs are part of a toy being complete. The things you're complaining about aren't even part of the toy. The instructions are just that, and the tech specs are part of...the box.
     
  8. Valkysas

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    its not false advertisement. the entire collector community (excluding you) would consider that complete.

    and you dont need instructions for any of the predacons. they're incredibly easy to transform.
     
  9. MACRAPTRON

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    Well... some people offer loose tech specs and instructions, even the red vinyl sheet, but I always saw that as a courtesy from the seller more than anything else. If you want a true complete toy you should be looking for a MISB or MIB toy, anyway.
     
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    Yeah, I'm gonna chime in and agree that paper products =/= required for completeness.

    I basically look for the actual figure to be intact, plus have anything listed on TFU.info. That's not tech specs, instructions, or, as awesome as it would indeed be, factory workers.
     
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    a complete toy with inst and tech goes for more then just a complete one, not much but some , but they are both still complete, the other one just comes with extra.
     
  12. Grimlocka go-go

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    I agree, instructions and tech's make it 110% complete, even though that number doesn't really exist and some one's gonna tell me "you can't get more than 100%" blah blah blah...
    Whole bot + all accessories = complete
     
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    what it doesn't come with the sprue tree that the parts for the accessories and the plastic for the toy were molded on. What about the screw driver that fastened the screws.

    To me no toy is complete without a bottle of beer, but hey, that's just me.

    I guess that is complete if your below the drinking age.
     
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    tarheels, I think your missing a few accessories in your head. thinking rationally is one of those accessories.
     
  15. Bryan

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    You know, I never thought about it, but I do always have a beer when I open a new toy.

    That's it, from now on, I'm not buying ANYTHING off eBay without 1 (one) beer included.
     
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    Isn't it 110 % complete if instructions, paperwork, packaging....etc. are included ?
    As that would be considered a "bonus" included with the "toy".
    Looks 100% complete to me.
     
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    In the toy selling lingo, 100% complete usually refers to the toy and its accessories and 110% complete includes the instructions, decoder, advertisements that came with it, etc.
     

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