2010 Pokemon World Championship Special Edition Nintendo DSi XL

For sale is a special edition DSi XL. This is a Pokemon DSi that was won by me at the 2010 Pokemon World Championships. They only gave these special systems to the T32 of each of the Trading Card Game age groups and the T16 of the Video Game age groups. That means there are only 108 of these systems. They make a different system every year so this version is special to 2010 World Championships. The system is still sealed in it’s original box.

Please note that previous special edition systems have sold for OVER $950. So this is an INCREDIBLY rare item. Don’t miss out on this AMAZING ITEM which could be the PERFECT holiday gift for a Pokemon or DS fan.

Auction Here
– Currently $480 with two days to go.

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5 Responses to “2010 Pokemon World Championship Special Edition Nintendo DSi XL”

  1. Babbages/Software Etc is originally what we know as Gamestop today.

  2. Also a small FYI. There are 666 of each of the 5 ‘auto’ colored PS2s for each region (NTSC-U,NTSC-J,PAL). To call them the Euro colors is a bit misleading as they were released everywhere. Though it doesn’t say in the auction, i’m pretty sure that is a US unit.

  3. Why would you post a link to those horribly overpriced mario toys?

    They sell for much cheaper. Makes me wonder who you’re trying to make money for. =\

  4. Hey Bob, I post a solid 90% of auctions people send me of stuff their selling – feel free to do so if you have anything up. As for horrible overpriced, feel free to post a link for the complete set but cheaper and I’ll happily plug them.

    Thanks Port – Think I may have known that, but I’ll blame forgetting on being Canadian and having only EB Games. Actually, now that I think about it we do have a handful of Game Stops in Alberta and Northern Canada. Think I found that out last year and was pretty surprised. Not sure why they’d do both considering they’re the same company.

    Good Point Stu – What I get for copying from the auction. I’ve plugged several of those over the year so I should have known better. However, seems I often see them refered to a European Automotive Colors. Guess that’s pretty much wrong considering they were three regions.

    This is correct though right:

    To celebrate their success of selling the PS2 console in extremely high amounts (In December 2001), Sony made 5 limited edition Playstation 2 consoles. Only 666 pieces were available of each color in each region (US – Europe – Japan) which were Super Red, Metallic Silver, Asutorasu Blue, Snow White and Light Yello

    PlayStation2 Super Red (SCPH-30001R)
    PlayStation2 Snow White (SCPH-30001R)
    PlayStation2 Metallic Silver (SCPH-30001R)
    PlayStation2 Light Yellow (SCPH-30001R)
    PlayStation2 Astral Blue (SCPH-30001R)

  5. DSi sold for $728.89.
    PS2 for $234.50 (reserve not met).

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