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Digimon Adventure - Ishida Yamato - MetalGarurumon - Precious G.E.M. (MegaHouse)Digimon Adventure - Ishida Yamato - MetalGarurumon - Precious G.E.M. (MegaHouse)¥ Buy¥ Buy

Digimon Adventure - Ishida Yamato - MetalGarurumon - Precious G.E.M. (MegaHouse)
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L=300mm (11.7in)
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05/2021 As Limited + Exclusive
09/27/2018 As Limited + Exclusive
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Orders via Premium Bandai, Megatrea Shop, Toei Animation Online Shop and AmiAmi.jp can be placed from the 2nd october 2020 at 13:00JST.

Orders via Premium Bandai, Megatrea Shop, Toei Animation Online Shop and AmiAmi.jp can be placed between the 16th March 2018 from 13:00JST to the 4th June 2018 at 23:00JST.

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1 month ago
A7xMad2 months ago#90908036bro the definition you are implying for "limited" here is not correct otherwise everything on this site will literally be limited if you think about it lol
By limited they actually mean "when a limited number of pieces are available" this piece was labelled limited on megatrea blog as well actually but I think you can no longer see it for a reason. When the order number reaches a certain number they will not produce or accept more orders as per their definition on Mt blog (direct quote). That's how limited-labelled collectibles operate, and that's why they retain their value. Standards that get re-releases don't have a limited number. That's why I am saying the folks at MH don't understand this simple concept or they might have a different meaning for it. It sucks but it's a lesson to learn I guess. I thankfully paid retail price but I can feel why others are angry about this.
The second thing I was agreeing on is about them being scammers, how their quality and scales don't match their prices. But unfortunately they hold the license to one of our favourite childhood tv shows.

I'm not implying anything, I'm just pointing out that the product still fits MFC's definition for a "Limited" release. For a non-limited release that's available through Hobby Search or whatever, the retailer will sell their stock until they run out or they need warehouse space and sell the remainder off to another retailer. The key here is that there isn't an artificial cutoff date, so this theoretical product isn't covered by "only for a limited time".

I'm not familiar with the Megatrea blog you mentioned and I can't seem to find it in any searches, so I can't respond to your second paragraph regarding this specific case. I will say, however, that without any guidance regarding the total number of items produced, having a numbered product doesn't mean much — precisely because "limited" doesn't have one set definition that all people and companies adhere to. And no, selling an overpriced luxury product based on the power of nostalgia doesn't make them scammers, it just makes them asses.

In short, if someone complains about the exclusivity of this figure being an unnecessary pain, or about it being overpriced for what it is, I'm on board with that. Let more people have their nostalgia kick. Complaining about re-releases invalidating perceptions of limited availability, though? When your item's value is just gonna drop back down to MSRP for a while before shooting back up and be somewhat further from unique? That's wacky.
2 months ago
Radnar2 months ago#90907698The problem is that the Limited and Exclusive labels don't mean what people think they mean. MegaHouse isn't the party giving the product those labels, MFC is, and here's their entries on the help page, emphasis mine. about/faq/#ref-...:
Limited - when a limited number of pieces are available, limited color edition, you can only get it for a limited time, or it is only available at a convention.
Exclusive - when it comes (bundled) with something or is only available through specific shops or through mail order.
This product, and others like it, both fit these definitions perfectly since they're only officially available through specific sites with specific order periods, even if they get rereleased. The problem here isn't MegaHouse, the problem is MFC's definitions not matching up with how these words are used in everyday speech.


bro the definition you are implying for "limited" here is not correct otherwise everything on this site will literally be limited if you think about it lol

By limited they actually mean "when a limited number of pieces are available" this piece was labelled limited on megatrea blog as well actually but I think you can no longer see it for a reason. When the order number reaches a certain number they will not produce or accept more orders as per their definition on Mt blog (direct quote). That's how limited-labelled collectibles operate, and that's why they retain their value. Standards that get re-releases don't have a limited number. That's why I am saying the folks at MH don't understand this simple concept or they might have a different meaning for it. It sucks but it's a lesson to learn I guess. I thankfully paid retail price but I can feel why others are angry about this.

The second thing I was agreeing on is about them being scammers, how their quality and scales don't match their prices. But unfortunately they hold the license to one of our favourite childhood tv shows.
2 months ago
A7xMad2 months ago#90907108That's very true. My friend paid heaps for this knowing its an exclusive and limited, but it got a re-release lmao some idiots at MH don't understand the concept of collectibles
The problem is that the Limited and Exclusive labels don't mean what people think they mean. MegaHouse isn't the party giving the product those labels, MFC is, and here's their entries on the help page, emphasis mine. about/faq/#ref-...:

Limited - when a limited number of pieces are available, limited color edition, you can only get it for a limited time, or it is only available at a convention.

Exclusive - when it comes (bundled) with something or is only available through specific shops or through mail order.

This product, and others like it, both fit these definitions perfectly since they're only officially available through specific sites with specific order periods, even if they get rereleased. The problem here isn't MegaHouse, the problem is MFC's definitions not matching up with how these words are used in everyday speech.
2 months ago
Miruna6 months ago#84124855So much for limited+exclusive. Megahouse are basically just scammers at this point.Miruna6 months ago#84293981Not just because of this. Also because they market stuff as premium and then sell you a glorified price figure for 200 dollars. That's very true. My friend paid heaps for this knowing its an exclusive and limited, but it got a re-release lmao some idiots at MH don't understand the concept of collectibles
2 months ago
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