Back To The Future Set 12 Phantom City Creative Release Disc

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Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:34 pm

Logging into PayPal to create draft copy of 'arrived damaged' submission...
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Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:47 pm

I don't know guys...when I got my Apes print from PCC, it was so well packaged that they even thought of sandwiching it with tissue to prevent chub-rubbing, so I'd give them the benefit of the doubt before assuming the worst.
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Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:24 pm

drymounting Canadians.
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 2:21 am

Codeblue wrote:drymounting Canadians.
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:53 am

Before all you hacks start whining about ULINE tubes, make sure they aren't the .125's first. ULINE does make tubes as thick as "quality" companies. The trick is, you have to order and use them. If those are ULINE .125's they're rock hard and you shouldn't worry.
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HelloExactly wrote:Before all you hacks start whining about ULINE tubes, make sure they aren't the .125's first. ULINE does make tubes as thick as "quality" companies. The trick is, you have to order and use them. If those are ULINE .125's they're rock hard and you shouldn't worry.
I am thinking that these are not very strong (see circles)
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:28 am

Hello, Exactly what picture are you looking at? Those tubes don't look thick at all.
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 12:35 pm

before you hacks start whining about people being concerned about PCC's shipping methods, look at the goddamned pic of the tubes!!! Those are clearly the shittier version U-Lines.
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 3:56 pm

Has anyone contacted them in regards to their shitty tubes?
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HelloExactly wrote:they're rock hard
Keep going....
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Tue Apr 03, 2012 2:26 am

RiotAct wrote:Uh oh:


Phantom City Creative

31 minutes ago

"Phantom City poster packing party! So many tubes!"

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Uhhh... :hanging:
From their Facebook:
"They might not look it in this photo because of the diameter, but they're the thickest tubes that uline offers. We don't usually ship in tubes quite this wide, but we want to make sure all the BTTF prints (3 per tube) arrive with no roll damage."
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If they didn't tape the roll for the variants, there's gonna be some edge damage.
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RiotAct wrote:before you hacks start whining about people being concerned about PCC's shipping methods, look at the goddamned pic of the tubes!!! Those are clearly the shittier version U-Lines.
Clearly.
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cutterbutter wrote:
RiotAct wrote:Uh oh:


Phantom City Creative

31 minutes ago

"Phantom City poster packing party! So many tubes!"

Image

Uhhh... :hanging:
From their Facebook:
"They might not look it in this photo because of the diameter, but they're the thickest tubes that uline offers. We don't usually ship in tubes quite this wide, but we want to make sure all the BTTF prints (3 per tube) arrive with no roll damage."
Well, i stand corrected!! Mmmmm, delicious crow.
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Tue Apr 03, 2012 10:33 am

RiotAct wrote:
cutterbutter wrote:
RiotAct wrote:Uh oh:


Phantom City Creative

31 minutes ago

"Phantom City poster packing party! So many tubes!"

Image

Uhhh... :hanging:
From their Facebook:
"They might not look it in this photo because of the diameter, but they're the thickest tubes that uline offers. We don't usually ship in tubes quite this wide, but we want to make sure all the BTTF prints (3 per tube) arrive with no roll damage."
Well, i stand corrected!! Mmmmm, delicious crow.
I'm telling you, those Canadians have got this poster-packing thing down!
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