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14 11, 2022

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO Boxes

By | November 14th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Company details of Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes. The contact details of Everything Dinosaur, an official partner of PNSO, are prominently displayed on product packaging. Customers can contact our support team if they require assistance or advice concerning a PNSO figure. Team members are happy to help and provide advice, support and assistance, after all, we are model collectors too.

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes
Everything Dinosaur’s contact details are displayed on PNSO prehistoric animal product packaging. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO Boxes

As well as stunning box art, the contact details for Everything Dinosaur including our website and email address are printed on PNSO Age of Dinosaurs product packaging. We are responsible for “overseas affairs co-ordination, accident transmission, communication and co-ordination, co-operate to deal with all the store matters, and so on”. Whilst we will not comment on the English language translation, in simple terms, as a key supplier of these fabulous prehistoric animal figures we are able to support PNSO and assist them with their sales outside of China.

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes
Our Instagram post image confirming that Everything Dinosaur’s contact details are displayed prominently on PNSO product packaging. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that they had posted up information on various social media pages such as Facebook and Instagram confirming that Everything Dinosaur is a key partner of PNSO.

Amazing Prehistoric Animal Models

The PNSO Age of Dinosaurs product range has dramatically expanded over the last few years, with the addition of lots of new, amazing prehistoric animal models. For example, Everything Dinosaur recently received into stock the new for 2022 Jacques the Deinocheirus model along with the new PNSO Sinopliosaurus replica.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus
The two, new for 2022 PNSO model arrivals (early November 2022), the PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus (top) and (bottom) the Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus figure. The free Sinopliosaurus fact sheet can be seen underneath the boxes. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

The spokesperson confirmed that Everything Dinosaur’s contact details were also on the packaging for the Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus figures and their website and email address details could also be found on the free prehistoric animal fact sheet that is despatched to customers.

To view the extensive range of PNSO Age of Dinosaurs museum quality models and figures available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

10 11, 2022

Passionate about Dinosaurs

By | November 10th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Educational Activities, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur are passionate about dinosaurs and prehistoric animal models. The award-winning, UK-based company exports to over a hundred countries and recently they were interviewed about their export success as part of a project to help inspire others to follow their dreams.

Passionate about dinosaurs - Everything Dinosaur sucessful exporters.
Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub wanted to highlight local businesses that could help to inspire other companies to export their goods and services. Everything Dinosaur team members were interviewed, and a short video produced. The aim of this project is to help and inspire others to export. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Everything Dinosaur Helping to Inspire Others

Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub wanted to help support the drive for exports during International Trade Week and contacted Everything Dinosaur to see if team members were willing to be interviewed about how they sell dinosaur and prehistoric animal models to customers based overseas. Lauren and Emily from Prickly Peach Films were despatched, and they made a short video about Everything Dinosaur’s export success.

Everything Dinosaur video.
Lauren and Emily from Prickly Peach Films with a representative of the DIT preparing to shoot a video at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

The aim of this video, one of a series of promotional activities organised by the Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub in collaboration with the Department of Industry and Trade (DIT), is to help encourage other companies to open businesses and to export their goods and services.

Passionate About Dinosaurs

Sue of Everything Dinosaur was reluctant to be interviewed but she helped with the shooting of the B-roll as she was filmed and photographed preparing and packing an order for a customer. Mike was given the task of answering the questions posed by the interviewer and hopefully the video will help to inspire others to pursue their passions and develop sales overseas.

The Everything Dinosaur Exporting Case Study

Everything Dinosaur Exporting Case Study – Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub

Mike and Sue hope their short video helps to inspire other companies to explore export markets. Perhaps it might even encourage young people just beginning their careers to start their own business dealing with something that they too care about passionately in the same way that Mike and Sue are passionate about dinosaurs.

To view Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website: Everything Dinosaur.

8 11, 2022

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus

By | November 8th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur team members have been busy sorting out the PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus boxes as they prepare and pack orders for customers.

The new for 2022 PNSO dinosaur models are part of the latest product shipment to reach Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse. Team members have been contacting customers who enquired about these two theropod dinosaur figures and informing them that they are now available.

Both figures (PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus) will be supplied with a free prehistoric animal fact sheet.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus
The two, new for 2022 PNSO model arrivals (early November 2022), the PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus (top) and (bottom) the Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus figure. The free Sinopliosaurus fact sheet can be seen underneath the boxes. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur praised the design team at PNSO for the introduction of these new figures into the company’s mid-size model range and commented that there might be yet another model announcement from PNSO towards the end of this year.

PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus dinosaur model.
The PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus dinosaur model.

The First Chinese Spinosaurid

Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus is a not-to-scale replica of the first member of the Spinosauridae family to be named from fossils discovered in China.

PNSO Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus landscape view
The PNSO Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus is depicted walking close to a river. Fossils now ascribed to this theropod come from a fluvial/lacustrine palaeoenvironment.

To view the extensive range of dinosaur and prehistoric animal figures in the PNSO Age of Dinosaurs model range: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

4 11, 2022

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 1)

By | November 4th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|3 Comments

It is time for Everything Dinosaur to introduce the first of the new prehistoric animal releases for 2023 from CollectA. Today, we list the first new CollectA models 2023. There have been lots of problems for businesses to contend with over the last two years or so. The global pandemic has had a severe impact on manufacturing and there are continuing difficulties with production schedules and logistics.

In addition, Anthony Beeson, one of the leading lights behind the design of the CollectA prehistoric animal model range, sadly passed away in April. His inspirational legacy lives on reflected in the huge range of prehistoric animal models and replicas that CollectA manufactures and thanks to Anthony’s dedication there are many more new figures to come.

CollectA today announces three additions to their Popular Age of Dinosaurs range.

  • Triceratops horridus – confronting (Age of Dinosaurs Popular) due to be available early 2023.
  • Hadrosaurus (Age of Dinosaurs Popular) due to be available early 2023.
  • Ceratosuchops fishing (Age of Dinosaurs Popular) due to be available early 2023.

New CollectA Models

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 1)
The first of the new CollectA prehistoric animal models for 2023.

Triceratops horridus – Confronting

CollectA have updated their Triceratops replica in their popular Prehistoric Life range. This is the second Triceratops horridus dinosaur model to be introduced by CollectA after the addition of the CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale T. horridus in 2022.

This latest ceratopsian figure from CollectA incorporates the latest scientific research on the iconic “three-horned face”, just like the previously introduced 1:40 scale replica. For example, this new Triceratops has large, prominent scales embedded in its skin, as demonstrated in the skin impressions associated with the T. horridus specimen nicknamed Lane, which is still being studied.

New CollectA Models 2023 Triceratops horridus confronting.
The new for 2022 CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Triceratops horridus – confronting dinosaur model.

The colourful head is lowered as if this dinosaur is preparing to defend itself from an attacking theropod dinosaur such as Tyrannosaurus rex. Hence the model’s name – Triceratops horridus – confronting.

CollectA Hadrosaurus (H. foulkii)

The second new for 2023 CollectA figure is Hadrosaurus, a model of the first duck-billed dinosaur to be named and the first member of the Dinosauria to be described from fossils found in North America.

New CollectA Models 2023 Hadrosaurus.
The new for 2022 CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Hadrosaurus dinosaur model.

Unlike the first reconstructions of Hadrosaurus (H. foulkii), which depicted this herbivorous dinosaur as a biped, the new for 2023 CollectA Hadrosaurus figure is a depicted as a quadruped, although this robust dinosaur could probably rear up onto its hind legs when compelled to do so. The large scales on the neck reflect recent studies into Hadrosauridae skin texture and the CollectA model has been given a flash of yellow paint around its eyes and a colourful, bright pink snout reflecting current scientific thinking that this animal probably lived in social herds and relied on visual communication amongst herd members.

Ceratosuchops Fishing

In contrast to the Hadrosaurus figure, a model of a dinosaur that was described nearly 165 years ago, the last of the trio of new CollectA figures we announce this week is a model of a dinosaur that was only formally described last year (2021).

New CollectA Models 2023 Ceratosuchops fishing.
The new for 2022 CollectA Ceratosuchops fishing with moveable jaw.

Known from fragmentary fossils found on the Isle of Wight, Ceratosuchops has been assigned to the Spinosauridae family and although this large theropod was capable of hunting smaller dinosaurs, it probably specialised in catching fish. The new for 2023 CollectA Prehistoric Life Ceratosuchops has been posed as if it was lurking close to the water’s edge preparing to catch a fish. In the scientific paper published in September 2021 (Barker et al), the researchers noted the rugose nature of the posterior portion of the nasal bone and the raised bone associated with the preorbital. These features suggest that Ceratosuchops had bony ridges above its eyes, and these have been coloured bright orange as these features may have signalled the dinosaur’s health and maturity.

The CollectA Ceratosuchops fishing has an articulated lower jaw.

Model Measurements

  • CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Triceratops horridus (Confronting) – length 19.3 cm, height of headshield 7.3 cm.
  • CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Hadrosaurus – length 14 cm, height 5 cm.
  • CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Ceratosuchops fishing with an articulated jaw – length 24 cm, height 8.5 cm.

This trio of fabulous CollectA Popular Age of Dinosaurs figures are scheduled to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the early part of 2023. When we have more precise information about a delivery date to our warehouse, we will post up details on our social media platforms.

To view the range of CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular figures/CollectA Prehistoric Life models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Prehistoric Life Models.

We will post up more details about new for 2023 CollectA models next Friday and a brief video about these three figures will shortly be posted on Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel.

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3 11, 2022

Rebor Tusk T. rex – Inserting the Tail

By | November 3rd, 2022|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Have you ever had a problem inserting the tail piece into a dinosaur model, the latest Everything Dinosaur YouTube video demonstrates an easy fix using the new for 2022 Rebor Tusk T. rex dinosaur model. How to insert the tail piece into a dinosaur model without the fuss!

How to insert the tail piece into a Rebor dinosaur model (Tusk the T. rex 1:35 scale figure) – here is an easy way!

Rebor Tusk T. rex

The Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex Tusk King T. rex Requiem figure is supplied in two pieces and some construction is required. In our short video (duration five minutes forty-five seconds), we review the dinosaur model and demonstrate ways in which the tail can be securely inserted into the body piece with the minimum of fuss. No glue is required.

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Rebor "TUSK" King T-REX requiem.
The Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex “Tusk” King T-REX requiem figure.

The Transparent Support Stand

Check the Rebor Tusk T. rex box contents carefully. Both the Rebor Tusk and Kiss figures are supplied with a snap-together, three-piece support stand. The stand is quite compact and small, it could be overlooked amongst the model packaging. Assemble the transparent stand and carefully slide it home under the chest of your Rebor figure so that it provides additional support.

Rebor T. rex Tusk dinosaur model.
The Rebor T. rex Tusk King T. rex Requiem model is supplied with a clear plastic support base, but our models appear quite stable even standing on our office carpet without the need for the support stand. However, Everything Dinosaur does recommend that customers use the transparent support stand provided. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Why a Tail Piece?

Customers might ask why does the figure have a detachable tail? This is a sensible question to ask, and this is done so that Rebor can reduce the amount of packaging material required for each model. This helps to reduce the use of plastic, paper and cardboard, all part of Rebor’s commitment to the environment.

The Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex Tusk King T. rex Requiem dinosaur model is very popular, to view the range of Rebor models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

26 10, 2022

Rebor Display Bases Video Review

By | October 26th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

With the recent arrival of the Rebor display bases “Summer Kisses” and “Winter Tears”, team members at Everything Dinosaur have been busy preparing them for despatch to customers, however, we did take time out of our busy schedule to create a short YouTube video of these fabulous new additions to the Rebor range.

Everything Dinosaur reviews the Rebor non-scale diorama bases, “Summer Kisses” and “Winter Tears”.

“Summer Kisses” and “Winter Tears”

These are the first, bespoke display bases that Rebor have made, and they have been cleverly designed to accommodate a variety of models, bipedal theropods but also some of the Rebor ornithischians such as their Stegosaurus figures.

Rebor display bases
The Rebor non-scale diorama display base “Summer Kisses” provides a home for a pair of Rebor stegosaur replicas.

A Dry Season and a Wet Season

Each base has amazing details, but there is still plenty of room to pose a prehistoric animal figure or two. A large tree stump towards the rear of each base provides additional support for the model on the base. Although the bases depict the same area of prehistoric landscape, their colour schemes are very different. The lush, verdant “Summer Kisses” depicts the area during the wet season, whilst “Winter Tears” with its muted browns and greys depicts the same location but in the dry season when the lack of water leads to a reduction in the amount of vegetation.

A Rebor tyrannosaur model on the Winter Tears display base.
A most impressive display. The large tree stump at the back of the display base provides additional support for the Rebor Vanilla Ice Mountain replica. The tyrannosaur has been placed on “Winter Tears” the display base that depicts the dry season. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Rebor Display Bases

These stunning Rebor display bases are delicate, fragile polystone casts and we advise customers to remove them from their protective foam packaging with care. In Everything Dinosaur’s short video (it lasts just under five minutes thirty seconds), we provide a really useful tip to help customers avoid damaging their display base when they attempt to unpack it.

In our YouTube video, we explain that each box has been opened and the contents checked and then the bases have been repacked with extra cardboard protection. Team members have included a helpful advisory note to assist with unpacking in the box.

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Rebor display bases
Everything Dinosaur team members have checked box contents, added extra protective packaging and an advisory note in four languages to help ensure these beautiful bases are unpacked without damage. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Rebor Models and Figures

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that the video gave viewers the opportunity to have a really good look at these two bases as well as providing advice and assistance to ensure that the polystone bases were not damaged when being removed from their packaging.

To view the display bases and the other figures and replicas in the Rebor model range: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

25 10, 2022

Smilodon Cub Model Suggestion

By | October 25th, 2022|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

At Everything Dinosaur, we receive lots of emails from young collectors and fans of prehistoric animal models. For example, we recently received a suggestion for a new prehistoric animal figure for us to pass onto our chums at CollectA. We received a Smilodon cub model suggestion. The emailer can be assured that we have forwarded on this request.

Smilodon cub model suggestion
A product suggestion sent into Everything Dinosaur by a young dinosaur fan. Could we ask our chums at CollectA to make a model of a Sabre-tooth cat cub?

Suggestions from Customers

We receive lots of feedback from our customers, and as we await the announcements about new figures for 2023 from the manufacturers, we are happy to pass on such helpful information. Ironically, our chums at Papo recently introduced a replica of a Sabre-tooth cat (Smilodon), this model arrived at our UK warehouse earlier this year.

Papo young Smilodon model.
Papo young Smilodon figure in right lateral view. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

The Papo range “Les Dinosaures” including a variety of Sabre-toothed cat models can be found here: Papo Prehistoric Animal Models.

Smilodon Cub Model Suggestion

The Smilodon (Sabre-toothed cat), is a popular Ice Age animal. It regularly appears in the top-ten of our prehistoric animal surveys, and we receive numerous requests for Smilodon fact sheets and drawing materials. It is one of two prehistoric mammals that feature in these surveys, the other being the largely contemporaneous Woolly Mammoth (M. primigenius).

CollectA Woolly Mammoth models.
The CollectA Deluxe Woolly Mammoth model in 1:20 scale and the CollectA Prehistoric Life Woolly Mammoth calf. If there are models of juvenile Woolly Mammoths around could CollectA make a replica of a Sabre-tooth cat cub to accompany their adult Smilodon figure? Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

To view the range of CollectA scale models including a replica of a Smilodon: CollectA Deluxe Prehistoric World Figures.

CollectA Smilodon model
Nicely crafted Sabre-toothed Cat model. Can CollectA make a Sabre-toothed cat cub?

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We are grateful for all the new product suggestions that we get. We review all our correspondence, and we pass on the feedback about new prehistoric animal figures. We enjoy reading all the comments and suggestions about new dinosaur and prehistoric animal models.”

22 10, 2022

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus

By | October 22nd, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Team members at Everything Dinosaur were sent an email asking whether titanosaurs roamed southern Africa during the Early Cretaceous. We were able to answer in the affirmative and sent a fact sheet all about the controversial titanosaur Malawisaurus. We even sent a picture of the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus model, to provide further information about this herbivorous dinosaur’s appearance.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus
The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus dinosaur model.

We could have written about Karongasaurus (K. gittelmani) which is also known from Malawi, but as we had a Malawisaurus fact sheet to hand, it seemed sensible to provide information on Malawisaurus.

Malawisaurus dixeyi

Originally described nearly one hundred years ago (Haughton, 1928), this sauropod is known from the disarticulated remains of several individual animals excavated from Lower Cretaceous deposits exposed in northern Malawi (southern Africa). The taxonomic history of this sauropod is complicated, however, in 1993 following a review of the fossil material it was assigned its own genus Malawisaurus and although its placement within the Titanosauria clade is uncertain, it is widely regarded as a basal member of the Lithostrotia, a clade of derived titanosaurs that were geographically widespread and survived up until the end of the Cretaceous. The species name honours the British entomologist Frederick Augustus Dixey (1855 – 1935).

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus model.
The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus dinosaur model. We sent this image in our email response as the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus is an excellent reconstruction of this sauropod from the Early Cretaceous of southern Africa.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus

Introduced in 2018, the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus model tends to be one of the more difficult to obtain Safari Ltd sauropod figures, unless of course, you contact Everything Dinosaur.

To read Everything Dinosaur’s blog post about this Safari Ltd figure (2019): Reviewing the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Malawisaurus.

Although sometimes overlooked by other stockists who prefer to stock the better-known dinosaurs such as Triceratops and Stegosaurus, the Malawisaurus replica has proved popular with collectors who appreciate the fine details of this prehistoric animal figure. For example, in the scientific description of Malawisaurus it was noted that this dinosaur had osteoderms (dermal armour) embedded in its skin. This anatomical trait has been faithfully recreated by the design team at Safari Ltd.

To view the Safari Ltd range of prehistoric animal models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Wild Safari Prehistoric World.

21 10, 2022

Papo Green Styracosaurus Dinosaur Model

By | October 21st, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases, Product Reviews|0 Comments

The Papo green Styracosaurus dinosaur model is now in stock at Everything Dinosaur. This figure is a new colour variant of the original (red) Papo Styracosaurus figure that was introduced into the “Les Dinosaures” model range in 2011, but has now been retired.

Papo green Styracosaurus dinosaur model.
A close-up view of the beautifully painted Papo green Styracosaurus. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Popular Horned Dinosaur

Styracosaurus is a popular horned dinosaur. Team members at Everything Dinosaur are often asked about this spiky centrosaurine, a dinosaur that was formally described and named more than a century ago (Lawrence Lambe in 1913). It is perhaps second only to Triceratops in terms of its popularity. Styracosaurus can be regarded as a superstar amongst the Ceratopsia.

Papo green Styracosaurus dinosaur model.
The Papo green Styracosaurus figure. The skin texture shows lots of detail and this hand-painted figure has a striking colour scheme. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Papo Green Styracosaurus Dinosaur Model

One of a handful of new models to be added to the Papo range, this figure effectively replaces the original Papo Styracosaurus model. Everything Dinosaur has been able to source a limited stock of the retired Papo red Styracosaurus. The UK-based mail order company is able to, at least for a short while, to offer both Papo Styracosaurus figures (green and red).

Papo red Styracosaurus dinosaur model.
Everything Dinosaur have been able to obtain some Papo red Styracosaurus dinosaur models. This model has been retired but Everything Dinosaur has been able to source some figures from the factory. Available whilst stocks last. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the range of Papo “Les Dinosaures” figures available from Everything Dinosaur: Papo Prehistoric Animal and Dinosaur Figures.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We are pleased to announce that the green Papo Styracosaurus figure is now available. It is great to have this figure in stock in time for the festive season.”

Papo green Styracosaurus dinosaur model
The new for 2022 Papo green Styracosaurus model. A new colour variant of the Papo Styracosaurus dinosaur figure that was originally introduced in 2011. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

19 10, 2022

Rebor Display Bases to have a Video Review

By | October 19th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

The next entry on Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel will be a Rebor display bases video review. The Rebor non-scale diorama base two pack entitled Summer Kisses, Winter Tears will be the focus of our next video. A short video highlighting these two excellent display bases will be posted up in a few days.

Rebor display bases to feature in a video.
The Rebor non-scale diorama base two pack Summer Kisses and Winter Tears will be featured on Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

New Additions to the Rebor Range

Everything Dinosaur has stocked every Rebor figure, since the company burst onto the model collecting scene back in late 2014. This is the first time that Rebor have made display bases. The stunning bases are made from polystone resin and show the same landscape but at different times of the year. The Summer Kisses display base shows the landscape during the wet season and consequently, the ground is verdant and lush. In contrast, Winter Tears depicts the same ground but during the dry season, when there was little fresh vegetation about.

Rebor Summer Kisses Winter Tears diorama bases
The Rebor diorama display bases Summer Kisses (top) and Winter Tears (bottom).

Rebor Display Bases

Although the bases have been cleverly designed, the cartons containing these beautiful models were damaged in transit. The outer carton (product packaging) is not in the usual high standard expected of the Rebor range. Everything Dinosaur has put up a note about the condition of the outer carton on the Rebor display bases product page:

“Please note the outer packaging for these figures has been damaged in transit to our warehouse. Whilst we have opened, inspected and checked all the display bases, unfortunately the outer packaging for the Rebor Non-scale Diorama bases is below the standard one would normally expect.”

YouTube Winter Tears and Summer Kisses
Everything Dinosaur has announced that their next YouTube video will focus on the Rebor display bases – Summer Kisses and Winter Tears. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Team members concerned about customers receiving a broken model have set about opening all the Rebor bases that we have in stock. Each figure has been carefully unpacked, checked and then re-packed with extra card inserted to help support the outer carton and to prevent any damage to the beautiful bases.

Our diligence is certainly paying off, it may be early days, these magnificent bases have only been in stock for a short while, but they have already picked up 5-star reviews.

Rebor display bases - five-star feedback.
Everything Dinosaur receives 5-star feedback for the Rebor display bases. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur confirmed that they would take great care with the packing of these bases, doing all they can to ensure that the bases reach customers in tip-top condition.

To view the extensive range of Rebor models and figures available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

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