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How does the Star Trek Eaglemoss collection work? I was looking at their site and was a bit confused. After the first one, is it 19.95 for each ship and shipping for each? Or 19.95 for both and shipping for each?
Each ship is $19.95. They ship two at a time. So $40 a month. Not sure if there is any shipping charge on them if you subscribe. The number I most remember seeing is $39 and change each month.
And with specials like DS9 and such, those can cost extra too. Some of the specials are subscribe only, like they’ll be doing a big Borg Cube and the “All Good Things” Enterprise-D. You can also just pick and choose ships you want if you can find a vendor (on-line or in reality) that carries them. Look at any of the on-line genre retailers and you should be able to find them.
It’s not a flawless process yet, either. I know some folks have had delays getting their ships. I’ve been fortunate to have gotten mine on time thus far, knock on wood. But this is a big new project for that company, and no one else has ever done anything like this, and they’re doing some ships that have never gotten to be in physical form yet. So it’s worth enduring their growing pains, IMHO.
If all goes well and the ships keep selling well they’re likely to make upwards of 60-80 ships. And for the most part those will be ships we’ve never, ever gotten in a physical format before. No triple-dipping for the 1701, or a Klingon Battle Cruiser. They’re making the ultra rare ships. Akira-Class, Krenim Time Ship, Dominion Battle Cruiser, Borg Sphere, so on and so forth.