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Recall For Complete Selection Modification Lost Driver Ordered By Bandai

According to Premium Bandai's website, a recall has been ordered and urges those who have purchase the Complete Selection Modification Lost Driver to send back the parts that were sent and received in error. Read on to know what went wrong.

It seems that collectors who bought the recently released Complete Selection Modification Lost Driver had receive a different Gaia Memory and Maximum Drive Slot in their purchased item but replacement parts were planned to be shipped by June, 2014. Check out the difference below:

The CSM Lost Driver's Eternal Memory should have a metallic blue pin instead of silver.

The CSM Lost Driver's Maxium Drive Slot should not have the engrave "W" on the button.

The lost Driver was released last February for  9, 450 yen and includes the Eternal and Skull Gaia Memories.

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3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    for what it cost to mail the parts back to japan.i think i would just keep them as long as the function of the memories work far is just a few minor apperance errors.not a big deal to me.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    CSToys will be helping those who ordered the CSM Lost Driver from them get the proper items, but they said that Bandai is not requiring you to send back to old parts to get the new ones.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Pretty big fail on Bandai's part, especially for a premium item like this. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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