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TARDIS - BBC's Doctor Who - Advanced Graphics Life Size Cardboard Standup
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- STANDUP SPECIFICS: Weight: 2.0 lbs; Dimensions: 46"W x 72"H (Depth: 12")
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This cardboard cutout stands at 46" x 72". The Tardis is a time machine and spacecraft in the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who. The Tardis looks like an old blue phone booth. Doctor Who is a very popular television show, and has aired for many seasons. The program ran first from 1963 to 1989, then again in 2005. The main character, a Time Lord known as the Doctor, is a time traveler. The show has become a very important part of British popular culture. Doctor Who is loved by many, and this standup of the Tardis would make a great gift for Whovians and fans of the television program. How to Set Up Your Standup: 1. Unfold standup and easel. Lay standup face down on a clean, flat surface. 2. Fold easel up along the long vertical crease that runs the length of the standup. 3. Lift upper and lower tab to lock easel in place. 4. Attach upper tab to top of easel. About Advanced Graphics: Since 1984, Advanced Graphics has been committed to producing the highest quality Cardboard Standups and Custom Prints in the world. We are the worldwide industry leader in the licensing and distribution of Cardboard Standups. We are also the #1 source for Licensed and Custom cardboard standups in the industry. Our goal is to provide the highest quality prints to our customers. We put our customers first and will continue to provide the best customer service to those who keep us in business.
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* The Doctor is vulnerable to cats. If you have cats (we have four) be prepared for them to attack the Doctor like swarms of fluffy Daleks. They tend to brush up against the stand, and knock it over.
* If you wake up in the middle of the night, roll over in bed... the serious, judging look of Tennant's eyes will be more than enough to scare the living bejeezus out of you.
* It's not the real Doctor. :(
If you think the price sucks, then you have not priced out building one from lumber. If you have 3-6 months and $600-1500 then go for it. Otherwise, get this. (these are conservative estimates. Some people online spent much more both in time and money. There are a few scaled down versions but those took at least a month by their blog entries)
This is much larger and more structural than I thought. I figured it was a box with art. The pillars are 3D. SO are the signs. We cut an additional door in the back so it could be a doorway and moved it around and it held up wonderfully.
We used 3 rolls of denim color duck tape (great match to the color and texture of the TARDIS) and part of a roll of black gaffers tape for the interior taping. Two of us tried to put it together. We kept adding people. 6 was perfect. And a 6' ladder to put on the roof. Two of us have a LOT of experience assembling things and every one else was an Ikea guru. Still took a few hours.
The light is LAME. it has a 6 sided object on an 8 sided object. WTF?
The curb in front is a trip hazard. We removed it and reinforced the top of the doorway with a 36" aluminum strip from OSH.
The instructions do not tell you things like folding the edges of the tabs in before putting through the slot, then bending them back. Make sure everything is lined up perfectly before you start taping. Also. There is NO WAY this can last outside. Or fit through a door, so assemble it where you want it. Diss-assembly and reassembly take MORE tape and true dedication.