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    Default Re: XM Predator by Narin

    I don't have the slightest interest in chinese warrior looking predators

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Metal Spike View Post
    Nice subtle colouration.

    Thanks for the pic Rebecca (hope you're all better now)
    Cheers mate, I'm slowly on the up and up.

    Quote Originally Posted by eddydobrian View Post
    My point is that the amount of money they now want for these statues is getting ridiculous! Don't you agree or are you part of the 1%?
    Hi eddy. I'll try to answer your question as best I can.

    The XM Predator is actually very reasonably priced compared to other Alien/Predator pieces at the same scale, so I am guessing you are either adding shipping costs when considering the retail price of this statue, or you are unfamiliar with the prices of Alien/Predator items at 1/3 scale. The retail price of the XM Predator is roughly $1600USD, which is $400USD LESS than the retail price of the Cinemaquette 1/3 scale Predator which came out 10 years ago, as well as the Sideshow Wolf Predator (so called Legendary Scale but roughly 1/3 scale) which was also $2000 and came out four years ago. So while the prices on most pieces have skyrocketed in the last two years, the XM is actually cheaper than the other 1/3 Predators released prior to this.

    I own both the Wolf and Cinemaquette, and the paint app on XM (which I have seen in person) is superior to both. It also has multiple switch outs including two sets of dreads, a masked and unmasked head, and switch outs for the hands. To be honest I was shocked that the price was under 2K. Of course a $1600 statue is still expensive. But not compared to other similar offerings currently on the market.

    I hope that helps.

  4. #444
    The XM Studios German distributor sells it for 2700 USD ....far from 1600 USD lol

  5. #445
    Quote Originally Posted by marisinacc View Post
    I don't have the slightest interest in chinese warrior looking predators
    What the hell made this into a Chinese looking pred? Just curious.

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