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SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - 1/7 - Pisces Ver. (Amakuni, Hobby Japan)

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SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - 1/7 - Pisces Ver. (Amakuni, Hobby Japan)
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比例 & 尺寸
1/7  H=225mm (8.78in, 1:1=1.58m)
Release date
08/25/2017 As Limited + Exclusive
價格
¥13,500 轉換成USD
其他
Japanese
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資訊

Orders via Hobby Japan can be placed between the 25th October 2016 to the 12th December 2016.

Shipping schedule: August to September 2017

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33pt
theyasminshow Hardboiled Heavy
I'm making the face Sonico is making.
1年前
31pt
There's no need for another inflatable when she has grown a pair of her own.
1年前
Recent Comments
0pt
In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥27,600)

Brand New for ¥27,600
└ At our shop you are always a ★
0pt
In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥27,976)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 249 USD | 210 EUR | 311 CAD
1pt
Maybe someone interessted on buying her?
21天前
1pt
Looking to buy within Australia! PM me :)
1個月前
2pt
foggyweather (1個月前) #27667499Is anybody selling? I missed the preorders last year and now the price is completely absurd, like twice the launch price. Pls let me know I'm quite desperate

Seconding this!
1個月前
1pt
Is anybody selling? I missed the preorders last year and now the price is completely absurd, like twice the launch price. Pls let me know I'm quite desperate
1個月前
1pt
gigokay (1個月前) #27424661There is still hope, I paid on October 8th. It is now finally shipped on October 20th, so it looks like they may finally be catching up with the backlog.

Lucky, I ordered mine on Oct.4 and it is still not shipped. ):
1個月前
1pt
Lulles (1個月前) #27343396That’s exactly the reply they sent me! And I too asked them how soon “as soon as possible” is and never got a reply. Yeaaah...never buying from them again.
There is still hope, I paid on October 8th. It is now finally shipped on October 20th, so it looks like they may finally be catching up with the backlog.
1個月前
1pt
gigokay (1個月前) #27324003Oh no, this is starting to look like my experience! 10 days after paying for my order, the status is still "Preparation in progress". I asked them about this and they replied "We experienced an unusually large number of orders, which disrupted our normal delivery schedule. We have contacted the dispatch center and your order will be shipped as soon as possible." I asked them what "as soon as possible" meant specifically but got no reply.
If it ends up like yours I suspect they are taking in orders to bridge cash flow issues. If they are temporarily short of cash, they accept orders and payment for things they do not have in stock. As long as the order is in "Preparation in progress" status they can use our funds without interest. If the customer complains, they just refund an item they did not have in stock anyway. It's just a theory, but if true, we are basically becoming their bankers without the ability to charge interest.

That’s exactly the reply they sent me! And I too asked them how soon “as soon as possible” is and never got a reply. Yeaaah...never buying from them again.
1個月前
3pt
Lulles (2個月前) #27044834Be careful when ordering anything that isn’t a preorder from them. They might not have the item in stock but list it anyway, and once you buy it it’ll be under “preparing order” forever until you ask them to cancel. That was my experience with them, but if you really want this Sonico, maybe give them a shot anyway?
Oh no, this is starting to look like my experience! 10 days after paying for my order, the status is still "Preparation in progress". I asked them about this and they replied "We experienced an unusually large number of orders, which disrupted our normal delivery schedule. We have contacted the dispatch center and your order will be shipped as soon as possible." I asked them what "as soon as possible" meant specifically but got no reply.
If it ends up like yours I suspect they are taking in orders to bridge cash flow issues. If they are temporarily short of cash, they accept orders and payment for things they do not have in stock. As long as the order is in "Preparation in progress" status they can use our funds without interest. If the customer complains, they just refund an item they did not have in stock anyway. It's just a theory, but if true, we are basically becoming their bankers without the ability to charge interest.
1個月前
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