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Devilman Lady - ~The Extreme Devil~ (Orca Toys)Devilman Lady - ~The Extreme Devil~ (Orca Toys)

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Devilman Lady - ~The Extreme Devil~ (Orca Toys)
Category
Character
Materials
Scale & Dimensions
H=450mm (17.55in)
Release date
2019 As Standard
Price
Various
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Amiami lists her release date for this month but is she going to be released this month? I can't seem to find anything
6 hours ago
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Available for pre-order @ Solaris Japan (¥23,264)

Pre-Order at Solaris Japan for ¥23,264
└ Check product page for details.
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In stock @ Neokyo
Buy on Japanese marketplaces through Neokyo: neokyo.com/sear...
¥0 service fee until April 15th!
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Available for pre-order @ Otaku Square
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SengokuGensui (1 month ago) #53669911Also, they call it "shipping price", and not "shipping and handling price". Therefore, this charge should be what it is declared as - this amount which is transferred to Japan post or the relevant carrier. However, as ConcealedAllure said, this amount is usually much higher that the actual shipping fee. It's misleading in the very least, and I wouldn't be surprised if it's even illegal to do according some policies, e.g. PayPal's. I once inquired to NY about that, and they gave me some BS of "we use shipping materials and that costs money". Now, come on, they pack with used boxes and old newspapers, and usually they use no packing materials at all. So what's with this lame excuse? They're shady AF, and the only people who say good things about them are those who never had to get help from their CS.

That's not true.
You ever used ebay? There is a section called shipping(not shipping and handling or whatever) and the seller can charge whatever he wants.
And I can tell you if some sellers would only charge the postrate and nothing else they would go out of business very fast.

What annoys me is that people are complaining about N-Y shipping costs when they are the cheapest option so many times including the devilman lady figure the topic should be about.
1 month ago
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ratsmah (1 month ago) #52939830How can they overcharge you on shipping?
They set the shipping price at preorder start many months before release date when the actual weight is not known. Their estimate is related to the weight of the item but it has to cover the costs for them so of course it's more on the high side. Because amiami and others weight every order and charge the official jp post rate doesn't mean everyone has to do it. There are different business models with flat rate shipping, handling fee and whatever. N-Y has a mixture of all of those.
That's not true. The definition of "flat rate" is "a charge that is the same in all cases, not varying in proportion with something". NY do charge you by weight (you can see this by using their shipping calculator). Also, they call it "shipping price", and not "shipping and handling price". Therefore, this charge should be what it is declared as - this amount which is transferred to Japan post or the relevant carrier. However, as ConcealedAllure said, this amount is usually much higher that the actual shipping fee. It's misleading in the very least, and I wouldn't be surprised if it's even illegal to do according some policies, e.g. PayPal's. I once inquired to NY about that, and they gave me some BS of "we use shipping materials and that costs money". Now, come on, they pack with used boxes and old newspapers, and usually they use no packing materials at all. So what's with this lame excuse? They're shady AF, and the only people who say good things about them are those who never had to get help from their CS.
1 month ago
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ratsmah (1 month ago) #52939830How can they overcharge you on shipping?
They set the shipping price at preorder start many months before release date when the actual weight is not known. Their estimate is related to the weight of the item but it has to cover the costs for them so of course it's more on the high side. Because amiami and others weight every order and charge the official jp post rate doesn't mean everyone has to do it. There are different business models with flat rate shipping, handling fee and whatever. N-Y has a mixture of all of those.

Like you said, they guess on the shipping weight before knowing what it is. I can understand a few extra yen difference or even 1000¥, but they over charged me 3000¥ (The price of the shipping is printed in the shipping box). That’s ridiculous. As well, I don’t prepay for orders, I pay for them when they are released and in stock. If that’s the case, NY can easily change the shipping charge when they send me a payment request once items are in stock. But of coarse they wouldn’t because it means more money in their pocket.
1 month ago
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ConcealedAllure (2 months ago) #49599766Thanks for letting me know. I never really liked NY, as they once overcharged me like crazy on shipping once and never reimbursed me the difference. But after this, definitely will not be buying from them anymore. Thankfully I only have 1 or 2 preorders with them. So soon enough I will be done with them.

How can they overcharge you on shipping?
They set the shipping price at preorder start many months before release date when the actual weight is not known. Their estimate is related to the weight of the item but it has to cover the costs for them so of course it's more on the high side. Because amiami and others weight every order and charge the official jp post rate doesn't mean everyone has to do it. There are different business models with flat rate shipping, handling fee and whatever. N-Y has a mixture of all of those.
1 month ago
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Damn you NY, is this coming out tomorrow after all or are you just trolling again, can anyone please enlighten me?
1 month ago
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