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[Birks] BIRKS: 15% OFF Coupon for Limited Edition 2010 Van. Olympic Torch Replica (via iCoke)

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  • Jan 26th, 2010 2:38 pm
Jr. Member
Sep 4, 2007
106 posts
pilotpen wrote: it's and 30 cms long, and is decently hefty
So it's approx. 50% life size?

EDIT: Original is 94.5 centimetres, so if this replica is 30cm, then it's ~30% size.
mic2074 wrote: I'd be all over this if it wasn't so ugly. Pretty sad looking torch when you see it on the relay, and all the smoke has blacken it - simply poor design.
I actually like the design, so it's a matter of taste. It was designed to stay lit even when subjected to winds while being carried by a runner and I think it meets that design goal pretty well. Using a different fuel could minimize the black soot, but my advice is not to light this replica. :cheesygri
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Sep 23, 2009
2390 posts
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kenchau wrote: damn, that looks slick. but $295 (well roughly $250 with discount) + taxes seems a bit much. although only 50,000 made. :confused:
+1 agree too
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Jan 15, 2004
6214 posts
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Unless you get one of the "used" real Olympic torch, none of these replicas will go up in value.
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Dec 12, 2009
379 posts
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MrDisco wrote: i'm partial to cdn coins myself, but i wouldn't buy them if you're looking for something to go up in value.
I got a $100 1976 gold olympic coin that my parents bought for me as a kid. I see on ebay that it is going for around $250. After 34 yrs of hold it, I'm pretty sure that this was not a good investment. Although I would never sell it because of the sentimental value.

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