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The Hobbit Trilogy (4K UHD Steelbooks)

RedDevil85

Distinguished Member
Purchase link: Amazon.co.uk - HMV - WB Shop UK - Zavvi

Release date: 30/11/2020

Status: OOS/OOP


Includes Theatrical and Extended cuts. 4K UHD discs only.
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This three-film SteelBook set includes:
  • The Hobbit Theatrical and Extended Edition trilogy on stunning 4K Ultra HD:
  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
  • Across 6 Discs
  • Three individual SteelBooks showcasing unique artwork, housed in a premium SteelBook case
  • Each SteelBook and SteelBook case uses a matte finish
 

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ssbib

Distinguished Member
Are these only going to Zavvi or is the link for the WB Store just not available yet?
 

Doctor Hades

Prominent Member
I want this and the Lord of the Rings steelbooks but they're releasing both AT THE SAME TIME which means a total outlay of around £200!!! :eek:

It's not like you buy one then the other at a later date if you want the steelbooks. They really should have staggered these IMO.
 

Relic23

Established Member
£253.78 for both trilogies and with RCVIP :rotfl:
 

RebelSteel77

Standard Member
WB UK now up and running, both Hobbit and LOTR steelbooks preorder, each set comes with 3 art cards too I believe unique to WB UK

As of 6:25am Hobbit steelbooks still available at Amazon.co.uk too
 

SFkilla

Distinguished Member
Full artwork visible in France (French titles)
You can see the back and inside in the EU thread.

 

featherhall

Distinguished Member
I’ve ordered these too now. She will kill me 😱
 

sebna

Prominent Member
welcome,its on the top of the home page.
Welcome to you too ;) and thank you for pointing it out.

Placed the order. I am not a huge fan of Hobbit series (in compare to the original trilogy) and I prefer it in 3d but the price is not bad for a 3 steelbooks so I can have matching two sets of those incredible 6 movies. Easily the best fantasy production of my lifetime. Maybe Willow could be the other contender? Am I forgetting some other greats of that calibre?
 

featherhall

Distinguished Member
Only the WB has stock folks so if your teetering I’d be quick
 

featherhall

Distinguished Member
Trying to cancel my hobbit trilogy from WB is nigh on impossible. No option on the website. Tried calling them and zero answer. Tried emailing them and zero reply. Tried on Twitter and zero reply. Appalling.
Googled them and they are slated for zero customer service. Absolutely slaughtered.
Looks like I’ll have to keep it. I’d not even attempt to send it back god forbid trying to do that and getting a refund
 
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GrazzaB

Distinguished Member
Trying to cancel my hobbit trilogy from WB is nigh on impossible. No option on the website. Tried calling them and zero answer. Tried emailing them and zero reply. Tried on Twitter and zero reply. Appalling.
Googled them and they are slated for zero customer service. Absolutely slaughtered.
Looks like I’ll have to keep it. I’d not even attempt to send it back god forbid trying to do that and getting a refund
I tried to cancel an order with them months ago and got no reply to any emails before it got eventually sent, and then afterwards it was only after yet more emails that I managed to get an answer. Then after I returned it, it took more emails to finally get my money back. It was a beyond frustrating experience. I imagine if you just place an order and it arrives as usual there is no problem, but anything else may be very difficult to change.
 

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