New RELEASE SCHEDULE Tracker Launched

New RELEASE SCHEDULE Tracker Launched

As everyone knows there are lots of moving parts and insanity in international shipping right now (which is one of the reasons we're working on moving production to the United States). We also have significantly increased the number of releases we're putting out on a monthly basis.

To that end we've launched a new page on the site - Release Schedule - to help keep track of it all! 

Just click here whenever you want to know when a new set (or a restock of an existing set) is on the way to your local fulfillment warehouse. As you also know we operate three warehouses globally in the UK, US, and Australia - so that we can provide quick and cheap delivery to you wherever you live! 

Click here to see the new release schedule!

 

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Comments

David Phillips - July 15, 2021

we appreciate this

Bill P. - July 14, 2021

This was posted on their Facebook page today:

There’s some confusion with the Release Schedule page and how we go about things.
Assume no product exists until it is up for pre-order. Even after something is tooled we may decide it’s not quite ready for release or perhaps won’t be released at all. Schedules change, designs need more work, additional sprues need to be added to make a set better.
Until it’s on a boat (or in our case multiple boats) and up for pre-order, only then will it be added to the official Release Schedule with our best estimate for a street date (which can also change as boats are delayed in port or shipments wait for customs release or the last mile is suddenly being made by horse drawn wagon!)
With that all said prepare for several items being on pre-order over the next few weeks. (And you folks who get deliveries from our Australian warehouse may have a few things in your hands in the meantime!)

Gerrit Wruck - July 14, 2021

o kinda is right. I would be interested in the stage of the boxers.

o kinda - July 14, 2021

Nice
but I expected it also indicated in what stage of development all other sets were

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