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Hot Wheels SDCC 2010 Wonder Woman Invisible Jet Vehicle

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  • Mattel's best joke!
  • Produced in limited numbers for San Diego Comic Con
  • 2010 SDCC Exclusive
  • This jet is REALLY invisible!
  • There is no figure in the package (its invisible!!)
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Product Description

On April 1st, Hot Wheels sent a message to their Facebook fans saying that they were going to show a sneak peek of a new 2011 vehicle. The image shown was of Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet aka: an empty package. The response to the joke was so positive that fans asked for Hot Wheels to actually make it for real. So, just in time for DC Comics' 75th Anniversary, Hot Wheels presents Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet for San Diego Comic-Con. PLEASE NOTE: THE PACKAGE IS EMPTY!!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B003Y62R26
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #384,776 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By K. S. on December 10, 2012
After opening the bubble pack, I was expected to at least _feel_ something, but unfortunately the type of invisibility they used means there is no physical form to the invisible jet. It really is 100% invisible and feels just like air. This was a bit of a disappointment to my daughter, because as soon as we opened the package, the jet was immediately lost and we haven't yet been able to track it down. Overall though, high marks for being truly invisible.
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful By James N Simpson on August 18, 2010
Usually if you ordered a Hot Wheels vehicle online and it arrived through the mail and there was no vehicle in the packet, you'd be rather upset and be well within your rights to get a replacement or refund. However with Hot Wheels' Wonder Woman's invisible jet that's exactly what you get, but you know that going in. This apparently started of as a joke, collectors heard about it and Mattell realised there was a demand so released it. Being that it is something you obviously can't remove from the blister pack means the quality of the condition of the blister pack is going to be vitally important. It also means decades down the track it's going to be pretty hard to find one of these in mint condition as it is with any Hot Wheels car in blister pack. The mass market peg display design for the packaging doesn't help with this as with all vehicles a slight knock, displaying it where the sun gets to it or someone not handling it carefully means the card easily starts to bend or frays at the corners. That design does help with the joke, when people come to your house and say, hey there's nothing here but maybe it would have been better released at least as the shorter blister card style that some stores insist on for their Hot Wheels merchandise. Or even better in a plastic covered blister pack like Johnny Lightning does with the Dukes of Hazzard cars.

The empty blister pack does make for an interesting talking point but Hot Wheels could have actually produced an invisible jet die-cast vehicle if they had wanted to for the opener of blister pack collector.
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