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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 12,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

FARSCAPE DRD PLUSH The Diagnostic Repair Drones, or DRDs, are small robotic drones that are created by their biomechanical host, the living ship Moya. The DRDs also protect her from any foreign threats that make their way into the ship.
Approximately 9 inches tall We have been a trusted seller on Ebay for over 9 years! Manufacturer: Toyvault Condition: Brand New & Factory Sealed Exp. Arr: In Stock Dimensions/Size: 9 inch Production Run: Limited Material: Plush Production Year: 2007 item #: TVT-61002-C

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DOMESTIC MULTIPLE ITEM ORDERS SHIPPING DISCOUNT MUTIPLE AUCTION ORDERS WITHIN THE USA will receive a 55% or more discount on the shipping cost of each additional item. The item with the highest shipping cost will be considered the first item. Each additional item will be shipped at a 55% or more discount of the normal shipping. PLEASE NOTE: In order to receive this discount, all items must be checked out in the same order and must be paid for at the same time.

INTERNATIONAL MULTIPLE ITEM ORDERS SHIPPING DISCOUNT MUTIPLE AUCTION ORDERS SHIPPED INTERNATIONALLY will receive a very large discount on the shipping cost of each additional item. The discount will range between 55% to 80%, depending on country and service, off of each additional items shipping cost. PLEASE NOTE: In order to receive this discount, all items must be checked out in the same order and must be paid for at the same time.

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In stock orders will generally depart ship from our warehouse in 1 to 3 days after payment has cleared. Orders that have selected express shipping methods will generally ship by the very next business day after payment has cleared.
PLEASE NOTE: Approximate travel shipping times are from the date your payment has cleared. Shipping options are based on address type, state, or country and order size. Not all shipping options are available on all orders. Business days includes Monday through Friday.

UPS Ground: 2 to 7 business days, Tracking included, Insured

UPS Next Day Air Saver: 1 to 2 business days, Tracking included, Insured

UPS 2nd Day Air: 2 to 3 business days, Tracking included, Insured

USPS Priority Mail: 3 to 7 business days, Tracking included, Insurance optional

USPS Express Mail: 3 to 5 business days, Tracking included, Insurance optional

USPS First Class Intl: 7 to 14 business days, No Tracking #, Insurance Optional

USPS Express Intl (EMS): 4 to 6 business days, Tracking #, Insured

UPS Worldwide Express: 2 to 5 business days, Tracking included, Insured

UPS Worldwide Saver: 3 to 6 business days, Tracking included, Insured

UPS Worldwide Expedited: 5 to 10 business days, No tracking available, Insured

UPS Standard to Canada: 3 to 8 business days, Tracking included, Insured

Customer is responsible for customs, duties, or brokerage (if applicable) on all international shipments.


We do have a 4,000 square foot store located at:

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