that guy wrote:While it's obviously not even remotely pursuant to most people here, the smaller boxes will be a welcome relief to sellers on the secondary market (and consequently for the buyers) because of the rising costs of shipping with all the major carriers. So I guess a win for TLG's bottom line in shipping costs will translate to lower bottom line for resellers and buyers.
ItsTwentyBelow wrote: Sadly I don't think they'll ever reduce the size of the Defender box because then people really WILL realize that it's not even close to being worth $50.
that guy wrote:ItsTwentyBelow wrote: Sadly I don't think they'll ever reduce the size of the Defender box because then people really WILL realize that it's not even close to being worth $50.
Not to point out the obvious but that's a null statement as the TIE Defender is no longer made. Point taken however and as I've stated above I love the decision as well as it will certainly make my life easier in the future.
ItsTwentyBelow wrote:As the Defender was a winter '10 set, and sets have a production run of roughly 2 years, I'm sure it will still be in production until around November or so. But they won't change the box at this point anyway so it doesn't matter!
Solo wrote:Anyone else notice the price stickers underneath? $24.96 for the big box version, $24.97 for the small one! It's a conspiracy! They want you to buy the big wasteful box! Lego hates trees!
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