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Join Beckett Hockey’s Andrew Tolentino and Tim Trout as they rip into a pair of 2010-11 Panini Luxury Suite hockey boxes in this latest episode of Box Busters.
What’d they find? Watch and find out …
One day it will be nice when someone reviews a box break and doesn’t cater to the company that produced it, that was God Awful Junk for $400. Let’s be honest. It’s always “delivers” when it doesn’t cost you anything as per the boxbreakers above.
i will stay far, far away….i will, however,pick up the singles at a 90% discount…
btw, wonder if this panini product will have rcs that are actually worth something for a change… nice how pinnacle, donruss,etc have almost ZERO value as far as rc go….those sets are cost more than ud series 1 and are worth about half….fail.
We had a partial case break at Strictly Singles Sportscards in Halifax, Nova Scotia and several of the packs had 4 and 5 cards in them. I think there might have been a mix-up at the factory when packing the cards. All in all, I like the product but it is a pretty steep price for 3 cards per pack and you may or may not get anything have decent. There are alot of redemption cards for the rookies as well. The correlation wasn’t the greatest either. We seemed to get the same cards in different boxes from the same case.
I think that this is one of the nicest hockey sets available based on design alone. All the autographs are on-card, the prime stick cards are very cool and many packs are coming with 4 cards each instead of the stated 3 cards. I can not complain when you pull a Tavares and Doan memorabila card either but I am not a fan of $150-200 per box price and I will stick to just picking up singles.
i am interested in the ovechkin and backstrom if you are selling or trading them
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