Frozen (2D/3D Blu-ray SteelBook) (Kimchidvd Exclusive #9) [Korea]

Vote for Lenticular Artwork


  • Total voters
    235
  • Poll closed .

Choi Chungkwon

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Jan 28, 2013
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Release date: April 10th, 2014
Price: $49.00
Print run: 1K (1/4 slip: 300) and (Lenticular: 700)
Notes: Disc : 2D+3D

Pre-order links: (SOLD-OUT)
1/4 slip:
http://www.kimchidvd.com/en/good/goods.jsp?good_seq=20066
Lenticular slip: http://www.kimchidvd.com/en/good/goods.jsp?good_seq=20065

GROUP BUY links: (SOLD-OUT)
Lenticular slip (300 units)
1/4 slip (100 units)

List of Kimchidvd Exclusive SteelBook Editions

Full Lenticular Slip:
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CONFIRMED LENTICULAR SLIPCOVER
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1/4 Slip:
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Packaging Type:
- Metallic shine 1/4 slip and embossed title. 300 print run
- Full size lenticular with amazing effect : 700 print run
- Frozen Numbered artcard : 1/4 slip: 1-300, lenticular: 1-700
- Pre-order gift: Non-exclusive plastic clear slipcover (same as Thor 2 Kimchi)
- Special gift: Clear slipcover with title on side
- 5 Major character artcard
- 2 Teaser Poster image poster card
- Frozen Kimchidvd exclusive sticker



Other infos:
Original poll for Lenticular image:
- Choice A
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- Choice B
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- Choice C confirmed
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[Kimchidvd Announcement]
This release is each one per one customer, you can only order 1x 1/4 slip and 1x lenticular
All duplication order WILL be cancelled without notice and do not refunded to paypal or credit card, it will be going to saving money(credits) on kimchidvd account
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Pre-order time on Kimchi:
Pre-order date and time:
18th March, Korea Time: 10:00AM
18th March, Hong Kong Time: 9:00AM
17th March, US/Canada Time: 9:00PM ET, 6:00PM PT
18th March, UK Time: 1:00AM
18th March, Germany/France Time: 2:00AM

GB #1 time:
GO LIVE TIME #1 - 150 copies of Lenticular slip, 50 copies of 1/4 slip (available for 1 HOUR ONLY, or until all 150 & 50 spots reserved).

PT (Los Angeles, USA) Monday, 17 March 2014, 07:00 PM
ET (New York, USA) Monday, 17 March 2014, 10:00 PM
GMT - Tuesday, 18 March 2014 02:00 AM

GB #2 time:
GO LIVE TIME #2 - 150 copies of Lenticular slip, 50 copies of 1/4 slip - AVAILABLE UNTIL ALL REMAINING SPOTS of 300 & 100 RESERVED!

PT (Los Angeles, USA) Tuesday, 18 March 2014, 03:00AM
ET (New York, USA) Tuesday, 18 March 2014, 06:00AM
GMT - Tuesday, 18 March 2014 10:00 AM


Important Notice

Before packaging today, Kimchidvd found some defect on poster card, so it need to take time to re-produce poster card

it means there will be shipping delay.
 

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Can't imagine why someone would want to own 23 copy's if the same film well with different slips!!
Someone is going to sell on at a huge profit!!!
I personally didn't want this version as the steelbook art isn't any different to the zavvi and that is what floats my boat, pretty selfish really as I'm sure there are lots of people who would love a copy of this.

he bought those well above retail... probably mostly off the bay... so if we're honest here, it really makes no sense to say that it's selfish because the opportunity was the same for anybody. if i buy up 10 copies of thor 2 kimchi off ebay right now is that selfish? no. it's just a decision. a very expensive obsession.
 
he bought those well above retail... probably mostly off the bay... so if we're honest here, it really makes no sense to say that it's selfish because the opportunity was the same for anybody. if i buy up 10 copies of thor 2 kimchi off ebay right now is that selfish? no. it's just a decision. a very expensive obsession.

I have to agree with @jimmyv. If he would have sourced them directly from Kimchi, then it would have been a selfish move. It seems more likely that he purchased them off eBay- which is something anyone is still entitled to do at this point. Personally I love this exclusive, but I don't think it is worth the inflated prices currently being posted- as it is not drastically superior to the releases available worldwide. I think it has to do with the Frozen phenomena more than anything in particular. Kimchi's Tangled in my opinion is a better exclusive overall, as it has WEA and a lovely sharp lenticular. To each their own I guess :drool:
 
Also what I find strange and tell me if anyone else has noticed this? But the same number goes up for auction several times before it's actually sold. One example would be #33/700 sold for $276 but now it's up for auction again by the same person. Now I know sometimes the bidder cancels but it happens way too much. I think they are deliberately jacking up the price.


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Also what I find strange and tell me if anyone else has noticed this? But the same number goes up for auction several times before it's actually sold. One example would be #33/700 sold for $276 but now it's up for auction again by the same person. Now I know sometimes the bidder cancels but it happens way too much. I think they are deliberately jacking up the price.


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I actually sent an email to the seller because I was curious as well and he mentioned that the buyer did not pay. Apparently he gave the buyer two weeks or so and the buyer never responded to him, so he did the buyer did not pay case and put it back up on eBay.
 
I actually sent an email to the seller because I was curious as well and he mentioned that the buyer did not pay. Apparently he gave the buyer two weeks or so and the buyer never responded to him, so he did the buyer did not pay case and put it back up on eBay.


No duh that's what they all say. #223/700 has sold like 4x. It happens way too much


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Also what I find strange and tell me if anyone else has noticed this? But the same number goes up for auction several times before it's actually sold. One example would be #33/700 sold for $276 but now it's up for auction again by the same person. Now I know sometimes the bidder cancels but it happens way too much. I think they are deliberately jacking up the price.


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I don't think this the case, given that every time it sells they are on the hook to pay eBay 10% of the final value.

Seems like a massive waste of time, effort and money.
 
Can't imagine why someone would want to own 23 copy's if the same film well with different slips!!
Someone is going to sell on at a huge profit!!!
I personally didn't want this version as the steelbook art isn't any different to the zavvi and that is what floats my boat, pretty selfish really as I'm sure there are lots of people who would love a copy of this.

Looks like Actarus has deleted his post, which is a pity. I do share his weakness in wanting multiples of those I really love, though not to his extent.

We shouldn't fault Actarus. That's the way it is. If you have the love and the means, then it's really one's choice. And it's not given that one would definitely sell at a profit.

So, thanks for sharing, Actarus. Hope one day you will sell some and I will be happy to trade for one. ;)
 
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Still didn't see it and I bout an Amaray version as I didn't want to open my Kimchis, might as well wait for winter to watch it to get more in the mood we're already summer...few more months and Blufans should show up...winter will soon follow...oye time goes by so fast.