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PostSubject: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 09:58

Hi all,

I have a little friend who likes Schleich. She wished the two litlle rabbits for her birthday, so I bought new ones.
See how they have mistreated the poor little kritters :

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These rabbits are not rare or expensive, but I love them. See the other one, -
It should be a Black-and-Tan rabbit, - Schleich has changed it into a Brown-and-Tan affraid

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Life is so cruel lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 10:07

Shocked

But really, I think its silly how they have to put so much information on models, all they need to put is "Schleich" and "M. China" or whatever country it's been made in. I was looking at my Gazelle fawn and it has writing all down its back legs, because they couldn't fit all the info on its tummy. confused
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 10:15

Hear, hear !
Good that it is not only me being a conservative old geezer farao
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 11:58

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But really, I think its silly how they have to put so much information on models, all they need to put is "Schleich" and "M. China" or whatever country it's been made in. I was looking at my Gazelle fawn and it has writing all down its back legs, because they couldn't fit all the info on its tummy. confused

That is with a lot of models. foals have the information also on it's leg. Schleich puts more and more information on the products.
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 12:37

That wasn´t the idea from Schleich. That´s a newer european law. On the new models you can even see in which month they are produced. Since 2010 is on the models a small sign, which looks like a clock, there you can see the month of production.
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 12:46

Oh, I thought as much, - European Law , hmmmph !

Beuocracy (spelling?) everywhere ! Neutral
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 14:10

If you do a search for Schleich 2011,there is a site which specifies some new rules
the company must respect next year:
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The company already provides the message
“WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 yrs” on boxed sets.
What if new laws will force Schleich to adopt a secondary tag on the solo figurines
whitout wrapping?Papo already has one for each of their figurines(tied to golden elastic band).

PS:Why does Schleich need to provide the adress on the animals,since their tags already comtain it?! Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 15:22

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PS:Why does Schleich need to provide the adress on the animals,since their tags already comtain it?! Suspect
Maybe because most tags are thrown away.
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 16:36

This is certainly not a Schleich iten, so small!!! But is from an european brand and the tag is almost the same size of Schleich tags.
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 16:50

It is cute I love you Is it collecta ?

He, he, if some baby chokes on it, it will not help alot if you have the address of the manufacturer, you need a doctor !!!

I could understand if we talked about chemicals or stuff, where the hospital needs to be able to get in contact with the manuf. to know how to treat the patient.
This is ridiculous, really Laughing

Unfortunately ot so unusual when laws are made too fast !
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 16:58

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This is certainly not a Schleich iten, so small!!! But is from an european brand and the tag is almost the same size of Schleich tags.

Hi Roger,

Collecta isn´t an european brand. Collecta is a trademark from Procon (Asia) Ltd. from Hong Kong.

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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:02

[quote="SUSANNE"]It is cute I love you Is it collecta ?

Yes, it's the yorkshire from CollectA. The head has a lighter colouring. Sorry my pics are very bad!

Collecta isn´t an european brand. Collecta is a trademark from Procon (Asia) Ltd. from Hong Kong.
I know it Torben but they work with European safety regulamentation! And this branch is located at United Kingdom. So I think that nothing changes..
Bugatti is not from Germany or is it?
Anyway you're right!!! It's a brand from Hong Kong that works with the same regulamentation of Schleich!
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:17

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It is cute I love you Is it collecta ?

Yes, it's the yorkshire from CollectA. The head has a lighter colouring. Sorry my pics are very bad!

Collecta isn´t an european brand. Collecta is a trademark from Procon (Asia) Ltd. from Hong Kong.
I know it Torben but they work with European safety regulamentation! And this branch is located at United Kingdom. So I think that nothing changes..
Bugatti is not from Germany or is it?

Not more than Ferrari or Rolls Royce Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:21

Not more than Ferrari or Rolls Royce Wink [/quote]

That's it Great Torben! :)
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:36

WOW! The black panther afro and the lion cat growling ?

Sorry, sorry sorry...

I am sure the products have to follow the law of the country where it is sold.

But EU law can be interpreted.

F.Inst. Here we have to pay a fortune for a vet certificate to buy worming medicine for pets. According to EU-law , they say.

So everybody buy it on the net from other EU-countries, where they interpret the law in another way.

Schleich seems to go all the way in order to be safe. What a pity !
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:46

[quote="SUSANNE"]WOW! The black panther afro and the lion cat growling ?
Sorry, sorry sorry...

No Susane, I'm not growling, and off course Torben is not too. And Torben is absolutly right about the country.
Torben has a knowlege about figurines much more developed than mine!
But sometimes I'm not able to explain some things because it's hard to a portuguese lion speak english! I'll try to choose a different avatard because I love everybody in this forum and I don't want that someone is thinking that I'm roaring. :) :)
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 21:54

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WOW! The black panther afro and the lion cat growling ?
Sorry, sorry sorry...

No Susane, I'm not growling, and off course Torben is not too. And Torben is absolutly right about the country.
Torben has a knowlege about figurines much more developed than mine!
But sometimes I'm not able to explain some things because it's hard to a portuguese lion speak english! I'll try to choose a different avatard because I love everybody in this forum and I don't want that someone is thinking that I'm roaring. :) :)

Doesn´t matter Roger, my Portuguese is not better. Você é um bom amigo aqui.

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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:02

Actually it is a good subject.
I find it extremely difficult to be polite in foreign language. The word "please" or "bitte" does not exist in Danish. We use body language and smiles to express it, - and we do not have that possibility on mail.
Maybe that is why Danes are so fond of Smilies ?
There are only app 5 millions who speak Danish.

Both of you are being polite just to write in English, I think. You both have very good and widespread languages but use this, so we can all understand.

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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:06

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Actually it is a good subject.
I find it extremely difficult to be polite in foreign language. The word "please" or "bitte" does not exist in Danish. We use body language and smiles to express it, - and we do not have that possibility on mail.
Maybe that is why Danes are so fond of Smilies ?
There are only app 5 millions who speak Danish.

Both of you are being polite just to write in English, I think. You both have very good and widespread languages but use this, so we can all understand.

Goddaw do, moin, kærlig hilsen
Susanne

How the east friesian people in Germany always say: moin
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:07

Doesn´t matter Roger, my Portuguese is not better. Você é um bom amigo aqui.

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Nice words Torben!
Danke schön

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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:09

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Doesn´t matter Roger, my Portuguese is not better. Você é um bom amigo aqui.

Torben

Nice words Torben!
Danke schön[/quote]

dá-me um prazer
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:20

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Doesn´t matter Roger, my Portuguese is not better. Você é um bom amigo aqui.

Torben

Nice words Torben!
Danke schön

dá-me um prazer[/quote]

Eh! Are you using the Google translator or you learned it with portuguese women?
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 11th 2010, 22:33

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Doesn´t matter Roger, my Portuguese is not better. Você é um bom amigo aqui.

Torben

Nice words Torben!
Danke schön

dá-me um prazer

Eh! Are you using the Google translator or you learned it with portuguese women?[/quote]

I have only used the google translator, but i would prefer a portuguese woman. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 12th 2010, 00:48

I hope all of those regulations don't make the models into little books in the future, with all of that stuff written on them... Rolling Eyes

Haha, those carbrands...
Ferrari is owned by Fiat, and Bugatti and Rolls Royce by Volkswagen, same as the Scania company, for which i work right now, same for MAN Trucks, Seat and Skoda.
All combined in the VAG group(Volskwagen and Audi group).
Mini owned by BMW, as BMW bought Rover for a while, and only kept the Mini after selling Rover again.
We can go on like this for some time... Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: Poor rabbits !   October 12th 2010, 05:02

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Not more than Ferrari or Rolls Royce Wink

Bugatti... At least a decent French car cheers Laughing drunken

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