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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #880 on: December 02, 2020, 03:24:49 PM »
So when do we get to see this Zhuchengtyrannus???? Iĺm going nuts with excitement lol!  ;D


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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #881 on: December 02, 2020, 04:30:22 PM »
So when do we get to see this Zhuchengtyrannus???? Iĺm going nuts with excitement lol!  ;D
I assume it will get a full reveal in a few weeks (anywhere from 2-3 weeks or even more). We have already two figures that have been revealed but only with about two to three images. Those being the Edmontonia and Sinoceratops. I assume that PNSO will release these before the Zhuchengtyrannus. Trust me, I am excited for it too.

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« Reply #882 on: December 02, 2020, 07:06:00 PM »
Looking forward to seeing the PNSO zhuchengtyrannus. A tyrannosauroid other than the tyrannosaurus rex is welcome in any collection.

When will PNSO reveal museum-sized figures like its tyrannosaurus Wilson, the tryceratops Doyle, or spinosaurus essien, to give just three examples? I'm also interested in large museum figures, not just popular-size figures.

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #883 on: December 03, 2020, 07:14:36 AM »
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Re: PNSO—New for 2020
« Reply #884 on: December 04, 2020, 02:22:10 AM »
The sinoceratops is also available on Dan’s dinosaurs and amazon. I noticed quite a bit of a price increase with this one. Dan’s price is about $26 compared to their Lambeosaurus which is about $22. On amazon, the price is $31, once again the Lambeosaurus being abour $22. Really need to see images comparing this figure to others.
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #885 on: December 04, 2020, 05:24:44 AM »
Wow! That ceraptosid is truly tempting thanks for the link! What I wonder is because it costs much more than the machairoceratops considering that it is almost the same size as that ceraptˇside I do not understand.

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #886 on: December 04, 2020, 02:00:46 PM »
So, the Sinoceratops is more expensive than the other new Figures in that Size.
Is it because it is more popular (Jurassic World), like the Spinosaurus, or because it is more detailed? Looks like the other FIgures around 15cm ish from 2020. Still, a nice Figure. But i'll pass on alot of the new PNSOs, simply because of Money. I hope i still can get them later on. I want to, they all look so stunning. Hard Times for small Artists are coming, i guess. The Quality and Detail in Massproduced Figures gets better and better every Year.

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #887 on: December 04, 2020, 02:49:13 PM »
One member described the waiting process as "transit hell." I just got a strong taste of this - I've been anticipating the arrival of a PNSO Borealopelta from China since late October. Lo and behold, it apparently arrived via Canada Post on November 25.  The carrier, despite the presence of the communal mailbox for packages and a smaller box to put  pick-up notice into as a back-up, decided that the package was "undeliverable" and now it's on the way back to China. Mindless!

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #888 on: December 04, 2020, 03:18:32 PM »
Now in scared! I ordered the Borealopelta and I had no trouble with the Lambeosaurus but most people got that one fast i think. There seems to be a recent issue with transit.

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Re: PNSO—New for 2020
« Reply #889 on: December 04, 2020, 03:44:37 PM »
So I had this issue happen to me. I ordered Wilson off of amazon back in October, the 20th to be exact. The estimated delivery date was November 11th-December 3rd. It was November 29th, my package was marked as “undeliverable” and was being returned back to seller (PNSO). I contacted PNSO and they were aware of this and granted me a refund. I received a refund two days later. If anyone is worried about lost items or if your product is marked as “returned” you can contact PNSO and they will offer you a refund or resend it. I took the refund since I don’t really want Wilson V3 anymore, I have other items I’d like to purchase. This was before Wilson was marked as available with prime.

I think I am going to take a break from ordering any PNSO figures. I have currently the Corythosaurus, Lambeosaurus, and Ankylosaurus on the way. Hopefully they won’t have the same issue as Wilson, but we’ll see. The delivery date for the two hadrosaurs is Dec 20th. Meanwhile the Ankylosaurus is Thursday next week. If they release any future figures that I really want (like the tyrannosaur they are releasing soon) then I will probably use Dan’s site. Seems promising but I have yet to order any PNSO figures from him.
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #890 on: December 04, 2020, 06:06:04 PM »
Kind of interesting that most of the reveals fall into little clusters: 3 nodosaurids, 3 (including the teased Para) hadrosaurs, 3 ceratopsids. I wonder if we'll also get 3 tyrannosaurs, 3 pachycephalosaurs, and 3 marine reptiles. The latter would make me happiest. PNSO's marine reptile picture book is full of images that I wouldn't mind seeing translated into three dimensions like the Excalibosaurus was.
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #891 on: December 04, 2020, 06:38:18 PM »
I noticed that too, and most have been really under represented genera so far. Really nice honestly. I am really looking forward to their next reveal (other then perhaps more of the Edmontonia).


Edit: Going to be really hard to choose what to get first once I can finally get around to getting these.
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #892 on: December 04, 2020, 06:57:44 PM »
I sincerely wish a pterosaur the PNSO had not made one to a large size. I would like three pterosaurs and one of them to be the dsungaripterus. and the other two ptedodaustro and ludodactylus ..

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #893 on: December 04, 2020, 07:06:00 PM »
If shipping has you scared you can always contact them and request a faster/trackable method. Most sellers i know will do this. It will cost more, I know..unthinkable..but it will do it.

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #894 on: December 04, 2020, 08:59:48 PM »
The new PNSO Microraptor is now in stock on Everything Dinosaur
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #895 on: December 04, 2020, 10:08:57 PM »
Mine is on its way in the same box as the BotM ceratopsians I ordered via Kickstarter. It will be an exciting day on Monday!

The new PNSO Microraptor is now in stock on Everything Dinosaur

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #896 on: December 04, 2020, 10:48:41 PM »
@ceratopsian I'll be looking forward to seeing that. Sounds like a great haul.
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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #897 on: December 04, 2020, 10:50:13 PM »
Christmas come early!

@ceratopsian I'll be looking forward to seeing that. Sounds like a great haul.

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Re: PNSOŚNew for 2020
« Reply #898 on: December 06, 2020, 09:16:57 AM »
Kind of interesting that most of the reveals fall into little clusters: 3 nodosaurids, 3 (including the teased Para) hadrosaurs, 3 ceratopsids. I wonder if we'll also get 3 tyrannosaurs, 3 pachycephalosaurs, and 3 marine reptiles. The latter would make me happiest. PNSO's marine reptile picture book is full of images that I wouldn't mind seeing translated into three dimensions like the Excalibosaurus was.

I wish there were two more Stegosaurids to go with the Tuojiangosaurus, then  :)