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Geek and Sundry tabletop nerd block 2016 https://t.co/bwAkNgweo8
Nerd block usually gets things right, but this was terrible.
A lackluster t-shirt,2 pencils, a little note pad, a deck of cards, some character coins, MTG action figure, geek and sundry bumper sticker, dungeons and dragons comic book and a novelty die (all ones d6 in a blister pack).
Lots of filler, not a lot of “meat”. I’d say the only thing that will get much use is the notepad, because I use those things like potato chips.
I have really no idea what the character coins are used for.
No way in hell is that worth $50+shipping.
Won’t be buying anything with the G&S brand again anytime soon, and I am sorely disappointed in nerd block for this sub-par offering.
Did *anyone* like this block?
So disappointed, I’m considering filing with BBB. Nerd Block is a bit notorious when it comes to customer service.
Edit: Followup –
I was given the invoice for the “wholesale” prices of my items.
- T-shirt $11.50
- Vinyl Toy – $4.00
- Bumper Sticker – $2.00
- Toy Tokens – $6.50
- Toy Dice – $4.00
- Notepad – $3.48
- Comic Book – $4.50
- Pencils – $4.05
- Playing cards – $3.46
According to NB that MTG figure, costs the same as two, very standard/simple, pencils. Wholesale. These are supposed to be wholesale prices!
In what world do two pencils cost that much? Or a novelty die that has all ones?