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Importing a toy from Hong Kong?

My daughter wants a Scrump Doll (from Lilo and Stitch) and they are crazy expensive for the one that was sold at the Disney Store a few years ago. It was pulled from the American Market due to the religious groups pitching a fit. (it's a voodoo doll in the movie, not really but kinda) Anyway, I see them on ebay from Hong Kong and they say that they are in the claw machines there. They go for $40 plus shipping for the imports and the American ones sell for $125 or more. Here is an example of what I'm looking for, any ideas?

http://cgi.ebay.com/LILO-STITCH-UFO-...d=p3286.c0.m14


If I HAVE to pay $40 I will, as it what she really wants, but I would rather get one more reasonable. I'm looking for one that's at least 10inches tall, not the minis, or keychain sized.

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example of the crazy prices for the american one

http://cgi.ebay.com/7-Disney-Lilo-St...d=p3286.c0.m14

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I routinely order things from Japan and China (stuffed toys for the kids) and never had a problem. Just make sure you are buying from a seller with a long positive multi-year history on ebay.

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I order books from China sometimes. Other than the ridiculous shipping prices ($20+ for a book) and sometimes long shipping times. The original price of the book is so low that its still worth it. I'd watch out for lead in toys, weren't there reports earlier this year about Chinese made toys having lead paint?

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I order books from China sometimes. Other than the ridiculous shipping prices ($20+ for a book) and sometimes long shipping times. The original price of the book is so low that its still worth it. I'd watch out for lead in toys, weren't there reports earlier this year about Chinese made toys having lead paint?
Darker colors of paint tend to "work" better if they have lead in them.

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I'm not concerned about lead, it's a stuffed doll that will sit on a shelf. Do they use lead in stuffed animals?

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I'm not concerned about lead, it's a stuffed doll that will sit on a shelf. Do they use lead in stuffed animals?
I highly doubt it. Even if they did, it's such a small amount, you won't have anything to worry about.

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I routinely order things from Japan and China (stuffed toys for the kids) and never had a problem. Just make sure you are buying from a seller with a long positive multi-year history on ebay.
Agreed. It typically takes a month for stuff to come over, but with a good long term seller you don't have to worry. I just scored some solar powered deck lights for half what they would cost in the US. Took forever to get to me, but they are actually better quality than anything I've seen locally at twice the price!


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I'm not concerned about lead, it's a stuffed doll that will sit on a shelf. Do they use lead in stuffed animals?
As soon as the Chinese figure there is a market for it, they will start making fakes. I had to deal with this with fake Nikon batteries and Compact Flash memory cards when the Nikon D-SLR first started taking off at a consumer level.

Any toys you get, especially if there is cult following or "market" for them, can have lead on the plastic. *any* dark colored or painted plastic could have lead or other chemicals, especially if it's a knock off.

Just sitting on a shelf is safe...but any handling of the plastic parts is bad.

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It's not really a knock-off. It's a Disney/Sega product. The one that I'm looking for is only available in the claw games over there. There is no plastic, even the eyes are stitched in.

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It's not really a knock-off. It's a Disney/Sega product. The one that I'm looking for is only available in the claw games over there. There is no plastic, even the eyes are stitched in.
You are missing the point...as soon as the Chinese see American's paying $40 for a toy they can have highly skilled chinese babies make for $2 a week, then the market will be flooded with knock offs.

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I too have gotten things from Hong Kong no problems, shipping was surprisingly quick although it was small (littlest pet shop thing for the daughter).

I've also bought things from the UK and the funny part is, the shipping from overseas seems faster than the continental US sometimes
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did you guys not see that 20/20 or what ever it was for parents to see how much lead was in Chinese toys, the results were alarming "literally" that darn buzzer was going off all over these things.

YES they use lead in a lot of toys and colors over there.

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Dude. that doll is FUGLY!!! Just buy(borrow) a sowing machine and 2 pieces of pastel fabric + cotton balls and sow one of those bastards together yourself.


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I think everyone is missing the point - by the time the doll gets over here, your daughter will probably lose interest in wanting it and will want something entirely different.

Save your money and just tell her "it's on the way..." She'll soon forget and then you can just buy her the next thing she says she can't live without.

BTW - that thing is pretty retarded looking - paying anything more than $10 is a crime.
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Buy American ?

It doesn't matter if she buys it from Disney or eBay of the mall of eBay from hong kong

It was made in china

So both buying American and lead statements are moot
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I think everyone is missing the point - by the time the doll gets over here, your daughter will probably lose interest in wanting it and will want something entirely different.

Save your money and just tell her "it's on the way..." She'll soon forget and then you can just buy her the next thing she says she can't live without.

BTW - that thing is pretty retarded looking - paying anything more than $10 is a crime.
Some kids are actually capable of injecting/projecting feelings and emotions into the doll even if they don't have one... They don't forget about it.

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I'm not concerned about lead, it's a stuffed doll that will sit on a shelf. Do they use lead in stuffed animals?
ideas ? how about - no, youre not getting one.

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btw my 2 cents
I think it's pretty cool
Can see why A kid would like it

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did you guys not see that 20/20 or what ever it was for parents to see how much lead was in Chinese toys, the results were alarming "literally" that darn buzzer was going off all over these things.

YES they use lead in a lot of toys and colors over there.

call up one of those children safety phone lines and confirm if you want.
It's easier to go to war with us by killing our kids with lead poisoning then by dropping bombs, plus this way we pay them for it. plus we send them our manufacturing jobs. its win win for them.




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It's easier to go to war with us by killing our kids with lead poisoning then by dropping bombs, plus this way we pay them for it. plus we send them our manufacturing jobs. its win win for them.
Maybe the intent is really to vacate the US by slowly sending our wealth elsewhere... then bolting when the sh!t hits the fan here and the jig is up.

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Dude. that doll is FUGLY!!! Just buy(borrow) a sowing machine and 2 pieces of pastel fabric + cotton balls and sow one of those bastards together yourself.


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I think everyone is missing the point - by the time the doll gets over here, your daughter will probably lose interest in wanting it and will want something entirely different.

Save your money and just tell her "it's on the way..." She'll soon forget and then you can just buy her the next thing she says she can't live without.

BTW - that thing is pretty retarded looking - paying anything more than $10 is a crime.
Actually she asked for it for her birthday too, and I put her off thinking the same thing. That was 6 months ago.


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Some kids are actually capable of injecting/projecting feelings and emotions into the doll even if they don't have one... They don't forget about it.
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ideas ? how about - no, youre not getting one.
do you have kids? If so do you tell them no about the main thing on their Christmas list? She didn't ask for a $400 game system she asked for a stuffed animal.

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I think it's pretty cool
Can see why A kid would like it

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most of those lead back to ebay. I think it's kinda cool. She likes the "out of the norm stuff"

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Find me an american made one and I gladly will. Like I said in my first post, they don't sell them here anymore, thanks to angry religious americans. So much for freedom of speech and expression. And it should be freedom FROM religion.

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Find me an american made one and I gladly will. Like I said in my first post, they don't sell them here anymore, thanks to angry religious americans. So much for freedom of speech and expression. And it should be freedom FROM religion.
and even the ones that WERE in America sold by Disney were probably made in China

Hell .. you are probably buying the stock they had left over after America stopped ordering them due to the "outrage"

You know... I *might* have a friend who could make you one..
Made in America

Not sure how much it'd cost.. but I think she's cheap (sorry Emily.. couldn't resist)
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and even the ones that WERE in America sold by Disney were probably made in China

Hell .. you are probably buying the stock they had left over after America stopped ordering them due to the "outrage"

You know... I *might* have a friend who could make you one..
Made in America

Not sure how much it'd cost.. but I think she's cheap (sorry Emily.. couldn't resist)
Really? That would be great! Please let me know. I considered making one myself, but can't find a pattern and I'm not good enough at making patterns to attempt it. I would be willing to pay if she were reasonable. Hell I might want 2 for a good price.

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