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Old 07-02-2013, 12:30 AM   #81
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UK released Ooze Turtles now have a little extra sachet of slime included.

Did you get this from amazon?
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Old 07-03-2013, 03:44 AM   #82
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Old 07-03-2013, 04:41 AM   #83
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I saw one in tesco too
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Old 07-06-2013, 10:14 AM   #84
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Tesco is also now stocking the Anchovy Alley set. 25
http://www.tesco.com/direct/teenage-...skuId=231-7387

I bought this a couple of months back on import. Recommended!

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Old 07-08-2013, 01:12 PM   #85
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asda direct has got discounts on some turtle toys

basic figs at 7
classics at 10
must be same in store

http://direct.asda.com/Toys/501166,d...sz=20&showHits
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Old 07-09-2013, 02:08 AM   #86
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ASDA have lots of figures in store at those prices - at least my local one did (Reading, Lower Earley). They have a seasonal section at the back of the store and had a big section for Turtles where they had plenty of the new "Ooze" figures.

Also had loads of children's clothes (I'd need a serious diet and surgery to be able to wear any of them!) and some picnic stuff like bowls, cups, plates, cutlery, storage pots etc.
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Old 07-09-2013, 03:24 AM   #87
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ASDA have lots of figures in store at those prices - at least my local one did (Reading, Lower Earley). They have a seasonal section at the back of the store and had a big section for Turtles where they had plenty of the new "Ooze" figures.

Also had loads of children's clothes (I'd need a serious diet and surgery to be able to wear any of them!) and some picnic stuff like bowls, cups, plates, cutlery, storage pots etc.
nice! i consider that asda as my local too, well at least it's the nearest one from where i live. haven't been there in ages though. do they have the classics line at 10 as well? may pop in when i have time on the weekend.
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ASDA have lots of figures in store at those prices - at least my local one did (Reading, Lower Earley). They have a seasonal section at the back of the store and had a big section for Turtles where they had plenty of the new "Ooze" figures.

Also had loads of children's clothes (I'd need a serious diet and surgery to be able to wear any of them!) and some picnic stuff like bowls, cups, plates, cutlery, storage pots etc.
Rats. Popped in there over the weekend but only went to the toys, clothes and games. Was too busy in there to go any further

Ona a vaguely related note, as we have two other Readingesians in this thread, is anyone going to go and see the Shellraiser when it tours?

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Old 07-09-2013, 10:41 AM   #89
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i might take my son to either the swindon or havant tour, dependng on me and the wife's availability. he'll definitely enjoy seeing the turtles and the shellraiser! of course another great excuse for me to buy toys
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Sadly, all of my friends' kids are either too young or too old, and I don't think a dodgy-looking single man in his 30s would go down to well at one of these events...
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I think ASDA (in store) only have the toys from the current series, not the classics line. They have the larger Sound FX ones for 10 plus a variety of playsets and vehicles.
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i might take my son to either the swindon or havant tour, dependng on me and the wife's availability. he'll definitely enjoy seeing the turtles and the shellraiser! of course another great excuse for me to buy toys
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Sadly, all of my friends' kids are either too young or too old, and I don't think a dodgy-looking single man in his 30s would go down to well at one of these events...
Leaning towards the Swindon event, my son and I would both like to see the shellraiser, and it sounds like there may be a chance for new toys too
Only fly in the ointment is that it's the same day that Mrs HBW is running the Race For Life at Prospect Park. Torn between toys and GF (again)

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When is the Swindon event? I might try and make it there.
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When is the Swindon event? I might try and make it there.
This Sunday
Fingers Xed I'll be there too

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Old 07-16-2013, 04:50 PM   #95
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Sorted mate. Are you from Swindon?

Its certainly set to be a scorcher that weekend. I'll certainly be thinking of any suit actors there.
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Went to the Shellraiser at Swindon

Lair is just over 80 at Asda, getting closer to a price I'm willing to pay...
Basic vehicles are a tenner, but they didn't have either of the newer ones.

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Old 07-21-2013, 01:40 PM   #97
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Dude, sweet picture

Any word on when the Leatherhead wave will reach the UK? I've been keeping an eye on Amazon and The Entertainer but nothing thus far (Amazon looked like they might have them, then went back the way).
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:03 PM   #98
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Fair play. Its been too hot as of late to do much.

I think the Sewer Lair deserves a regular price watch

I think Baxter/Leatherhead/Snakeweed wave will crop up soon. They may already be listed on Amazon like the Stealth Turtles / Rat King / Roach etc are with a date yet to be decided, but obviously not too distant.
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Old 07-22-2013, 11:59 AM   #99
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Heads up:

Tesco Direct now have Cockroach Terminator and Snakeweed listed on the site. They appear to be sold out already.

Strange order of waves there.


The Entertainer now has the Drop Copter and Ooze Cruiser listed as coming soon along with the already reported Road Raider w/Leonardo.
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Old 07-22-2013, 02:30 PM   #100
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Went to the Shellraiser at Swindon

Lair is just over 80 at Asda, getting closer to a price I'm willing to pay...
Basic vehicles are a tenner, but they didn't have either of the newer ones.

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Fair play. Its been too hot as of late to do much.

I think the Sewer Lair deserves a regular price watch

I think Baxter/Leatherhead/Snakeweed wave will crop up soon. They may already be listed on Amazon like the Stealth Turtles / Rat King / Roach etc are with a date yet to be decided, but obviously not too distant.
Tell me about it, i can't stand the heat, it drains all the energy from me.
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