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Is It Just The Price That Is Making The HasLab Campaign Fail?

Basic math tells us that we can get to $2.5 million dollars in many ways (the magic number required to make this long-awaited vehicle a reality). So it made us wonder if collectors would be more inclined to pick up Jabba’s Sail Barge (The Khetanna) if it were half the price. That would of course mean we would need double the backers. How many of you would be more inclined to pick up this beast if it were half the price (also knowing that there would be double the units in the marketplace and double the backers needed). Or would there be 7,143 of us who would be willing to back this thing for $350? Is the $500 price point the real killer of this first HasLab offering? Or is it so much more than this?

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