I'm with DevRevenge, threaten to name and shame, that's a sucky thing to do, backing out on a deal where you've spent a lot of time and effort on your part.
I bought a few extra Recogniser Carry Cases and Pullback Light Cycles when they were 25% off so I could have an extra one of each for myself and to make a little on top selling on eBay, but then a very short time after dropping 25% off Disney knocked the prices down to 75% off - there's no way I can compete with the prices on eBay and make any sort of real profit from the sales, especially with the (roughly) 15% eBay+PayPal fees involved it's not worth the time and effort to list+package+ship them so it looks like I'm stuck with em, ah well I'll just have to write them off, shit happens. I've purposely decided I'm not going to get stressed over this stuff anymore.
Maybe I'll modify one or two to run the lighting off USB so they can be 'active' display items cos afterall most collectors will have mainly bought them for display not play.
Soapdish is right about the packaging front, for the most part I managed to use stuff I already had but getting hold of boxes large enough to post the Recognisers in was a challenge, the Post Office don't sell boxes big enough and although I managed to get a few from shops I had to use some of the storage boxes of my ReBoot toy collection and relocate those toys into smaller boxes. Those of you who don't have the UK Recogniser and have never seen one with their own eyes has no real idea how big these things are.
In other related news, I managed to make my Recogniser's light up effect almost twice as bright without adding extra batteries or LEDs or costing me anything except a bit of time
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