Collectors Praise the Rebor Replicas Acrocanthosaurus “Hercules”
Dinosaur fans and model collectors have been praising the Rebor range of 1:35 scale replicas ever since their introduction more than two years ago. At Everything Dinosaur, we regularly receive emails from collectors who have written to say how much they admire a particular model. Take for example, this missive we received from “Paleo Paul” regarding the Rebor Acrocanthosaurus atokensis model that he had recently purchased.
Rebor Acrocanthosaurus atokensis Model
Paleo Paul wrote:
“Just purchased this recently and WOW! WOW! WOW! Breathtaking work by Rebor. Can’t find a single negative about this model. Detail awesome. Accuracy brilliant. Paint and finish stunning. Spent the first five days just staring at it. Model comes with prey item accessory, which can be placed in its jaws or at its feet for maximum effect. The eyes of the Acrocanthosaurus have been very cleverly depicted without pupils, in a translucent gold colour, and this works extremely well as you can imagine the Acro stealthily stalking its prey at dusk or during moonlight hours.”
The fan of Rebor models added:
“The Rebor range has all the quality of the super detailed polystone replicas, sometimes seen for sale without the megabucks price tag! I can honestly see these super figurines increasing in value as they become more sought after! Can’t wait to see what Rebor bring out next.”
The Object of “Paleo Paul’s” Affection – the Rebor 1:35 Scale Replica of Acrocanthosaurus “Hercules”
Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur
Feedback from Customers
Team members at Everything Dinosaur enjoy receiving feedback from customers and we read every review and email that we receive. It is always fun to read what discerning dinosaur fans think about their purchases.
To see the range of Rebor figures stocked by Everything Dinosaur, including the Acrocanthosaurus “Hercules” replica: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.
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“An absolute pleasure to deal with the team at Everything Dinosaur. They just make the whole ordering process so easy.”
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Beautiful Detail on the Rebor Acrocanthosaurus atokensis model
Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur
Everything Dinosaur has published a total of 1,492 customer reviews on its website over the last three years. A total of forty-six reviews for the Rebor range of models and replicas have been received so far.
Given the popularity of Rebor models a spokesperson for Everything Dinosaur stated that it was likely that Rebor would pass the half century mark for customer reviews before the entire site reached the landmark total of fifteen hundred.
The Prey Item Accessory
“The prey item accessory” referred to in the Acrocanthosaurus model review by Paleo Paul is the head, neck and partial torso of a Tenontosaurus, a contemporary of A. atokensis and it is quite likely that this large carnivore did indeed hunt and eat Tenontosaurus. Recently, Rebor introduced the second element of the Acrocanthosaurus diorama, the rest of the Tenontosaurus corpse.
The Second Element in the “Hercules” Dinosaur Diorama – the Tenontosaurus Carcase
The Tenontosaurus replica “Ceryneian Hind” – from the labours of Hercules, has already received rave reviews of its own.
Regular Everything Dinosaur customer Rhiannon reviewed this replica and stated:
“Beautifully produced, with a high visual impact. Suitably grotesque, yet also sombre and very much worth adding to the Hercules piece. Corpse models can really bring a set to life! It’s such a beautiful model it also bodes very well for Rebor’s future Ornithischian lines.”
A third element to make this diorama complete will shortly be available from Everything Dinosaur.
So no one has ever noticed the grossly oversized feet? I may not have seen a Acrocanthosaurus skeleton, but have seen numerous other saurischian examples in museums. None looked like an early cretaceous “Big Foot” Maybe to help it stand. But a small peg in the foot would have been a better solution.