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1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile Ultimate Signature Limited Edition

Product information

$1,499.00 Ex. VAT

Description

Pre-orders closed! You can get on the waitlist, so we can contact you when an order has become available from a cancellation!

Signed by Joost and his dad Hans. Numbered Limited Edition.

“Get in the car.”
“Which one?”

 

Additional details

You know it when you see it–one of the most iconic vehicles in all of pop culture is now finally available for the first time in accurate one-sixth scale. Based on the exact measurements sourced from archival Warner Brothers schematics, the Jazzinc Batman (1989) Batmobile is an unprecedented interpretation of the famous car as originally designed by Julian Caldow, under the direction of Tim Burton and Anton Furst. No other one-sixth iteration can claim the same level of accuracy displayed here, and for that reason alone, this is a must-have for any Dark Knight fan.

From the large jet turbine intake flanked between the front bumpers to the sculpted bat fins at the back, every detail was analyzed and considered for what results in a one-sixth masterpiece. The Jazzinc Batman (1989) Batmobile also includes an opening cockpit with a highly detailed and light-up interior, functional steering action complete with four rubber tires, two Browning machine guns, an accurately detailed undercarriage, illuminated headlights and movie-inspired sound effects among other features and accessories. 

Every collection has one central display piece that commands attention from all in its presence, and the Jazzinc Batman (1989) 1/6 scale Batmobile is most certainly it. Moreover, it’s the perfect amalgamation of artistry and accuracy that finally lives up to our eternal nostalgia. 

“Where does he get those wonderful toys?” Right here. 

Officially licensed by Warner Bros/DC Comics
Limited Edition Collectible

Size:

  • Length 110.63 cm / 43.6 inches
  • Width 45.38 cm / 17.87 inches
  • Height 23.39 cm / 9.21 inches

Batman (1989) Batmobile, Ultimate ⅙ Edition includes:  

  • Officially dubbed the most movie-accurate scale model of the 1989 Batmobile in any scale
  • Opening cockpit
  • Detailed cockpit interior
  • Rubber tires
  • Rotating Tires
  • Poseable steering wheels
  • Light-up features in the cockpit 
  • Light-up headlights
  • Fully painted, assembled and weathered
  • Movie accurate sound effects
  • Functioning headlights
  • Complete with weapon accessories
    • Grappling hook
    • Two Browning machine guns
    • Bat-Discs 

Latest additional features added for free (Jan-2024):  
  • Spinning turbine
  • 22 die cast and metal pieces on the car:   
  • Separate metal wheel bats
  • Die cast bat discs
  • Die cast filler caps
  • Side mount for Side pods
  • All metal grills
  • Aluminium subframe
  • Mesh in head rest
  • Die cast steering wheel
  • Correct lettering on rubber tires
  • Leather seats with silicone coating for long life
  • Some die-cast parts (exact number of die-cast parts to be determined based on final order numbers and structural integrity)
  • Custom Pearl Black Satin automotive paint
  • Remote controlled Smoke, Lights, and sound effects
  • Carpeting on floor
  • Brake, clutch and throttle pedals
  • Custom art box with built-in corner protectors
  • Cool custom styled Styrofoam
  • Velcro straps with our logo instead of tape

Please join our Facebook group to keep up on this project’s continued status.  

*FIGURES NOT INCLUDED* 
*LISTED PRICE EXCL SHIPPING CHARGE* Check table below for estimated shipping cost, charged upon preparing for shipment.
*PRICES SHOWN WITHOUT VAT*
VAT will be applied based on your shipping address, filled in when checking out (or logged in).
*NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT SHOWN IS THE PRODUCTION NRD* The NRD was adjusted from the pre production to the production NRD amount on Jan 22, 2024. Read more about it on the Ordering at Jazzinc page.
*EACH NUMBERED PLATE IS HAND SIGNED AND WILL LOOK UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT FROM THE PHOTOS ON THIS PAGE* 

Great news! Payment plans are available for 1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile Ultimate Signature Limited Edition, but before you check out, please read Ordering at Jazzinc where you’ll learn more about our non-refundable payments, our scheduled payments options and all the things a collector should know before purchasing. 

Shipping costs

Because shipping rates are changing all the time, we’ll invoice you for shipping
a) once the product is available and
b) after completion of the payment for your order

Please keep in mind that as high-end, premium products, we are looking for the best shipping options available and the shipping costs may reflect that. 
If you’ve already paid an estimated shipping fee upfront, please note that amount will be deducted from a new invoice with the final shipping cost difference. 

Based on rates right now, these are the estimated shipping costs for 1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile Ultimate Signature Limited Edition:
Country Expected Costs
USA $ 250 (does not include Puerto Rico and Guam)
Canada $ 260
Europe (incl VAT) $ 160 (prices vary among countries)
Asia $ 275 (prices vary among countries)
AU/NZ $ 470
South America $ 430

Please contact us for shipping rates if your area is not listed above. 

Your international order may be subject to surcharges, such as import duties and taxes, which are incurred once a shipment reaches your destination country. All such surcharges are your responsibility as the customer, so please keep that in mind when you order!
Estimated shipment dates (applies to PRE ORDERS only!)

We know you’re excited to get your 1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile Ultimate Signature Limited Edition -- we love our community’s enthusiasm. But in a pursuit of total excellence, often we need to push back shipping dates. 

It’s our goal to be as transparent as possible, so please check the product page or our news section for any updates and changes. Thanks for your understanding. We promise it’ll be worth the wait.

These are the scheduled production batches as things stand now. The highlighted batch is the batch your order will be scheduled in, if you order now. Please know that these are estimates and there are a lot of unpredictable variables which may occur. You can read more about this on the Ordering at Jazzinc page.
Adjustments to the schedule of your order will be visible in your account.
Name Expected Date
Batch 1 - 1989 Batmobile Jul 05 2024
Batch 2 - 1989 Batmobile Aug 09 2024
Batch 3 - 1989 Batmobile Sep 27 2024
Batch 4 - 1989 Batmobile Dec 31 2024
Shipping Notification
Once your order is ready for shipping and all invoices (including item costs and shipping) have been paid, you’ll get a shipping notification with your tracking number. Once that happens, there’s nothing left to do but count the days until this giant box of awesomeness shows up at your door.  

If you’re unsure about the payment status of your order, you can check payments in Your Account

Details
Length
110.63 cm / 43.56 in
Width
45.38 cm / 17.87 in
Height
23.39 cm / 9.21 in
Weight
14 kg / 30.86 lb
Suitable for/Fits in
N/A
Category / Version
Ultimate DX
Suitable figures
Batman

1989 Batmobile
Length
118 cm
/
46.46 in
Width
50 cm
/
19.69 in
Height
33cm
/
12.99in
Weight
15.00 kg
/
33.07lb
1989 Signature plate
Length
21 cm
/
8.27 in
Width
14 cm
/
5.51 in
Height
6cm
/
2.36in
Weight
0.50 kg
/
1.1lb

Comments

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Do we have an edition size ?

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No not yet. That will be determined around the summer after we have made a final tally and taken out all the double orders and cancellations

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I'm pulling the trigger on this one rather than the H/T version. The only way to equate the difference is that the H/T version is like buying a six-cylinder mustang and the Jazz Inc version is the 5.0 V8 version! They may be a bit similar but why have a vehicle with one n-t! Lol. Keep up the great work Joost and Family. Semper Fi.

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Thank you so much! That comparison put a smile on my face

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O.K. I canceled my H/T version too and will be trying you guys out for the very first time. Let's do this!

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Michael, I purchased the Jazzinc 1966 Batmobile and it blows away any other made. Worth the investment as it's a hand made work of art. I'm looking forward to the Batcycle next. If I could I would also pre-order the 1989 Batmobile without hesitation. One collector to another you won't be disappointed.

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Hey Dion, You were right! I just received my 1966 Batmobile today and it is indeed a work of art. I am so happy I converted from the waitlist! 1989 Batmobile is next. Thanks for your comment.

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I'm nearing the end of my 1/6 collecting ,getting this will be a finish like no other..thanks Joost. !👍

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I also cancelled my HT one for this lol. The length difference is just so substantial. Got a slot for Forever too and I already had that figure ordered too (though debating Robin cause kit does have a second seat lol).

Now I just hope a Pattinson one pops up on waitlist for my inart Batman with the emo hair lol.

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Hi JOOST AND CHIARA, I want to place on payment plan the 1989 BATMOBILE, and click to pay it within a 10 month time frame, but your site does not say what my monthly payments would be, therefore leaving me clueless to what my monthly payment would be?

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Hi Reinaldo, Monthly payment amounts are calculated by the system using the following formula: (‘product price’ - ‘non-refundable deposit’) / ‘number of months in payment plan’ = ‘monthly payment amount’

In the case of the 1989 Batmobile, with the current $100 NRD, and a 10-month payment plan, your monthly payment amount would be $139.90.

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Hi Joost, if i paid the deposit today and used the 12mth payment plan when would i need to pay the first payment. Regards

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Hi Steve, The first payment is due a month after the order is created. And each monthly payment will be come due on the same day of the month as the day on which the order is created.

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Greetings all!

FYI Hot Toys have just opened preorders for both their 1/6 Keaton Batman and stubby too-short ‘89 Batmobile rereleases. This might be a better way to get that figure for your Jazzinc ‘89 car than paying eBay prices for the old release!

Don’t know about you guys but I really like the sculpt on that Keaton Batman. I’m gonna go for the HT figure but pass on their car. I want an ‘89 Jazzinc one to match my ‘66 Batmobile!

Go Jazzinc! You guys are the best! I hope I’m not stepping on your toes by mentioning your larger and far less accurate rival. I hope this info helps someone get a Keaton figure.

No word on an ‘89 Catwoman from them. Here’s hoping a Jazzinc version may be in the works!

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Thank you so much. I love the support

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I also preordered the HT ‘89 Batman and also believe the HS is a huge improvement. Cape has also improved drastically- overall a better figure than the DX-09 IMO.

I also originally preordered the HT ‘89 Batmobile, but after doing some research I’ve since cancelled that preorder to preorder the superior JazzInc ‘89 Batmobile! I just feel like I would have regretted not getting the JazzInc one later.

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Yes. That’s it exactly!

A lot has been said about the Jazzinc ‘89 Batmobile being 4 inches longer than the HT version. But it is also more than an inch shorter in height as well. That may not sound like a lot but in a vehicle this size it makes quite a difference! The full effect is that this leaner profile enhances the car’s look dramatically!

Joost reported surprise that his orders for the ‘89 increased after HT announced their rereleased Batmobile. I believe this is because a lot of people like you and me, Sherwin Uy, were afraid of that feeling of future regret at missing out on the superior version. I cannot “unsee” the stubbiness of the HT car. I would hate to have that feeling of regret every time I looked at it if I’d purchased that car instead.

I’m very thankful for the Jazzinc payment plan option. Otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to afford to get both the ‘66 and ‘89. I can’t wait to have these but I’m also happy to wait!

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Thank you for your kind words and support!

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Even though this is my first purchase with JazzInc, it was an easy choice between the HT version and this one, which I have every confidence will be far superior. Also, I reached out to a certain Facebook acquaintance of mine, Julian Caldow, one of the original designers. I encouraged him to get in touch with JazzInc and perhaps get involved in some way. He seems like a very humble guy, perhaps even a bit shy- but he's very friendly and approachable. Joost, if he doesn't contact you, I think you should contact him. Maybe he would be willing to lend his signature to this beautiful piece. Thanks for all your great work!

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I have the HT 1989 from the first pre-order. Now I can put both side by side to see how they very from one another. I know that there is a video of Joost's and HT's 1989. But now I can really see the both together. CAN"T WAIT!!!!

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I was planning to wait until next month to put an order for the Jazzinc ‘89 Batmobile in. But now that the HT Keaton figure is out for preorders it occurred to me that any fence sitters may be prodded into action ahead of me. I surely didn’t want to miss out on this beauty in case the HT announcement causes the remaining Jazzinc ‘89 Bat slots to fill up! So I just shuffled some funds around and put a deposit down! Woo-hoo!

Now I just have to worry about getting another Moducase 110 display case! Those wait times are brutal!

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Thank you so much!

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If the delivery destination is South Korea(Asia), how much is the total shipping costs?

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Hi! It's too early to know the exact cost of shipping to South Korea, because shipping price change over time. I can offer the estimated cost based on current shipping rates (February 2023), which is $280 USD. But this price will be different by the time we are ready to ship your 1989 Batmobile order.

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Sir/Madam

I have a question about this product. Does the Hot toys DX09 Batman fit in the cockpit?

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Dear Quinten, Yes it does! Thank you!

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Hoi Joost and all!

I recently saw an interview with Danny Elfman talking about how he’d moved from writing pop music into composing film scores. Tim Burton had cajoled him into writing the music for “Batman” but the studio didn’t want to bet on such an untested composer. So Burton, who’d already fought with them over his choice of Keaton, took Elfman to meet the big brass. He told him to play “The March”, the piece that opens the film, for them. The rest is film history.

I remember taking my 14 year old daughter to see the movie on opening night. Nobody knew what to expect but we were hopefully optimistic. The lights went down, the music started and the screen showed a strange view of flying around a smooth curved surface. Just as the music built to its climax, the camera pulled back to reveal the Bat logo! We knew then that this was gonna be a great film experience!

When I see the Jazzinc ‘89 Batmobile now, I hear Elfman’s March in my head. I don’t expect that feeling to ever diminish and that’s another reason I opted for the more expensive, more accurate Jazzinc version.

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Just preordered mine! EXTATIC!! :D

I am so insanely curious to see what your shop ends up making. Will you guys replicate the Hot Toys features and then go further with more hidden screen gems? Will it have more removeable pannels to maybe pose Batman or alfred working on the vehicle? Retractable engine like the old model kit? Possibly maybe more light up features than the Hot Toys has... flickering lights, changing light sequences for the interior of the vehicle like an attack mode? intimidate mode? guns popped up light sequence inside? :D ...omg... maybe sounds.. sound FX?? that your shop adds, lol. God I am just so excited to be ordering this item and I cant wait to hear what ends up making it into the final design! :D

ITS GONNA BE SO AWESOME!!!!! :D :D :D

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Thank you. We are definitely going to add sound and smoke effects. We will add all the light up features the original has but no flickering lights.

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Hi there Joost! First of all, it was great to see the Tested live stream. Now to the 89 Batmobile, you say you will add smoke effects. Are you talking about some sort of clear resign that attaches to the exhaust, or actually smoke? If I might, I’d like to suggest a similar mechanism like the Mattel creations The Batman Batmobile. They use an ultrasonic mist maker, so it only uses water, and with the leds it creates an awesome exhaust effect. What’s your take on this?

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Buying this and canceling my HT one. I can't belive I missed the Batwing!!! Gotta buy this one after watching the interview. If you come out of pocket for more than $500 bucks, it needs to be accurate.

Now... one of you needs to cancel your Batwing as I'm on the waiting list lol.

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It’s a great time to be a Batman 89 fan. My Batwing is coming, my Jazzinc Batmobile is coming and Michael Keaton is coming back as Batman. I have to clear out the old Hot Toys Batmobile to make room!!

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I was about to pre-order the HT version and this one came across. Just ordered!!

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I just wanted to re-confirm my unconditional support for JazzInc in "spirit" as well as "financially", having "Paid in Full" in advance for my 1/6 scale 1989 Batmobile Ultimate Signature Limited Edition. Joost, I look forward to receiving the periodic Design and Production Updates like you provided to us for the 66 Batmobile, as I know the anticipation (the wait) will be the only frustration.

Best to you and your exceptional Team... Harry

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I firmly believe in Joost and ordered two ‘89 Batmobiles and paid in full. One for show & tell and the other two store in a vault, far away…

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Wow thank you so much. I am honoured

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I wonder if this will have a Batman Returns styled armored mode dustcover like the Hot Toys had with the v1 release? Anyone hear anything from Joost in interviews about this possibly being in the packaging? As if it does then that might draw in more potential buyers for something to display with the item in a display case. As it appears the v2 re-release of the Hot Toys does not come with that item this time around.

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No we are not planning to do that as the group democratically voted. For most it will stay in the box and it's a huge item to add. We would use that money elsewhere

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Ah, ok gottcha. Didn't even expect a reply on this. But appreciate the heads up tho. :D

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No problem, I've cancelled the extra order. For any other questions related to your orders, please email us at info@jazzincdesigns.com. Thank you!

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Currently, Batch 2's expected date is written as Jun 30 2024, does this date mean the delivery available date?

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Hi! This means that we currently estimate we will be ready to ship the orders from batch 2 at the end of June 2024. We do not yet have the exact shipping date or exact delivery date.

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Will this Batmobile have the black rims or will they have a chrome finish like HT version?

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this will have the movie accurate color rims (almost black)

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Are there plans of making a Batman Returns Batmobile? I would love to have both versions next to the Batman figures of those movies.

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No, not at this time.

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Hello joost this is Alexander I'm interested in buying your 1989 Bat mobile but my question is will I be able to fit my Hot toys Michael Keaton BATMAN inside of the vehicle?

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Yes, you will. The Hot Toys DX09 Batman fits inside this Batmobile as confirmed by Joost. Gonna be so awesome!

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love the details especially the gauges in the cockpit, nothing beats the autometer pro comp gauges, I had autometer gauges back in the day in my race car, Batman knows his tech.

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I purchased this as well and I also canceled my Hot Toys version.

Let's goooooooo:)

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Greatest compliment ever

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Juan Sebastián Zúñiga Ríos

A dream come true. Until when do you plan to keep the pre-order open?

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Thanks. around 2-3 months

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Are you planning to include the machine guns jumping out of the fenders and firing? I think the model is big enough for that gadget. Sideshow unfortunately chose the cheap variant, meaning MGs pulling out by hand.

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Sorry, that would be a major investment that is not within the budget

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What a pity. I forgot two questions:

  1. Will the functions run by battery and powerjack?
  2. When is the prototype ready? I would like to see something before I place my order.
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Hi Thomas, It will be powered with a power supply. And we expect to have the prototype somewhere around July or August.

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Thanks for reply Chiara. One more question (at the moment): Is it possible to order the Keatonmobile after the prototype is ready?

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Yes, but only for a very short time because once the prototype is approved, we go into production, and once we go into production, the pre-orders close. Whatever time we have between the prototype being completed and Warner Bros. approving it is all the time you would have to pre-order. That could be just a couple of weeks.

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Thank you, Chiara. A couple of weeks is more than enough. But I'd like to see some pictures of the model, before ordering anyway.

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Thank you Jazzinc. I'm selling my hottoys1989 and a few other items to get this. Can't wait! to see the smoke and light effects and hear the sound effects. The car looks incredible already. Keep up the Great work!

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when will we be able to see an actual example? thanks

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Hi John! We expect to have the prototype ready in July or August.

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Hi Chiara & Joost,

Thank you for all your kind assistance on my batwing purchase! It’s arriving ON my birthday next week & I cannot wait!!

I’ve now paid my deposit & pre-ordered my 89 Batmobile with a 10 month payment plan which means I would be in batch 2 for June 24 delivery. If, nearer the time I wanted to be in batch 1 for March 24 delivery could I make full payment of my balance + shipping and be moved into batch 1 for earlier delivery?

Thank you

Kindest regards

Nick

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Hi Nick! Thank you for your pre-order! We can never guarantee that paying your order off early will help you receive your order in an earlier batch. We organize batches based on pre-order date. If someone from an earlier batch doesn't pay in full for the product or for the shipping charge by the given deadline, then a spot in an earlier batch might open up, and someone from the next batch who has paid in full could get that spot. But there is never a guarantee of this.

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Just canceled ht one, just because i want my 89 batmobile to throw Smoke. Jazzinc u rocks

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I’m a huge fan and admire of this incredible artwork. I don’t call it a “toy” - as it surpasses that. Much congratulations on your continued success. I saw your headquarters image and what a great place it must be to work. Just to see it go from concept to finish product. Keep up the good work. I fully support you guys. I bought two of these. One two show and display. The 2nd to have my ashes put in like an urn. I hope they fit in the cockpit.

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Now THAT is commitment!

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Alright Joost, I am breaking a promise today that I was going to wait for the 1/12 scale version of the 89 Batmobile. You have brought this up way over the top, just like the 1966 (which I said I wasn't going to buy either, but didn't promise). After watching your interviews, I think for the price range you are looking for on the 1/12 scale 89 Batmobile and other 1/12's and the 1000+pre-order, you will get enough to produce, but at what level of detail. I believe it will be nice, but not come anywhere near what you've done in the 1/6 scale. Sorry 1/12 guy's, not going to risk not getting this. I'm considering this my 66th birthday gift to myself this year.

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Wow, thank you Jerry! I appreciate your support and consideration

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Hi Joost. I saw in a video you mention you do not want to produce competing items like with the 89 Batmobile and the Hot Toys version. Does that mean you have no plans of producing the Batmobile Tumbler from Batman Begins 2005 - or is this something you may consider producing in the future?

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Dear Anthony, that is correct. The only reason I made an exception for the 1989 is that the Hot Toys version had so many inaccuracies, including being 4 inches too short that many people asked me to tackle it. But as far as I know the Tumbler from Hot Toys is fine and they sold tons of them, so I cannot see a chance of that working for us

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Hello Joost,

Big fan. I have a payment plan set up for the 89 Batmobile second batch. Question: after listening to various YouTubers talking about the possibility of potential QC issues in the first and potentially second batch of the cars, are there any procedures for this vehicle's production to ensure that the car is as good as it can be by the second batch? I love watching you talk about updates for the vehicle, but it also causes concern about how these additional pieces will receive the proper inspection before shippment. To alleviate this concern, would you suggest I switch to the third batch? I don't know if that is possible. I am committed to getting this Batmobile due to its limited run and your level of care.

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Dear McKinley, They are referring to the very first vehicles we ever did in 2018. That sort of stuff seems to stick around. This has not been an issue in any of our releases since then

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When will the prototype be available for viewing?

Thanks

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In the next three weeks, around mid November. It was delayed after new features and details added by request of the group

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Just ordered mine 😁

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After getting the 1966 Batmobile in hand I was blown away. I’m getting the Pattinson Jazzinc in 2 weeks. And I just cancelled my hot toys 1989 Batmobile to preorder this. Now I just need to replace my hot toys tumbler. Hope jazzinc makes one! Would love to have them all match!

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Wow thank you so much. That is the highest praise I can hope to get!

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Agreed, a limited edition tumbler (signature edition) will work for me.

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Hi Joost.I read somewhere that you guys extended the pre-order a couple weeks past the 31st of Dec? I just wanted to get some clarity if possible and verify if thats the case? Thank you and love your work!

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Thank you. It’s extended until January 12th

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This is a truly outstanding crafted piece of work with incredible attention to detail (I'm all for that). Thanks to you all for putting this together for us (and for righting the "wrong" of the undersized Hot Toys version). Batch 3 for me - it will be worth the wait for sure!

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The final straw…

These last few video updates got me so excited about getting this beast that I threw caution to the winds when talking to my brother about it. That caused him to utter the three words big brothers everywhere absolutely hate to hear: “Get me one!”

Arghhhh!

So… I put in a second preorder here at Jazzinc. But that was only the start!

Then he reminded me that he’ll need a new Moducase display case, a base table to put it on and a sixth scale Keaton Batman. Double arghhh!!

Thank god nobody’s done a decent sixth scale Pfeiffer yet or I’d be on the hook for that too! (I did have to promise him I’d keep an eye open just in case one magically appears anytime soon. But I kept my lips sealed about the DeVito Gentleman of Crime bootleg figure I recently acquired.)

Joost, you and your busy elves are gonna put me in the poor house!

Happy New Year, everyone!

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Haha! Sorry to to have such an impact on your pocketbook ;) But thank you to you and your brother for your support! We're looking forward to both of you getting these beauties in hand and adding them to your collection!

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I'd have to admit that I was STILL on the fence about either JazzInc or H/T! THEN...I saw your comparison on YouTube! 'nough said! Can't wait to display it next to my '66 Batmobile!!!

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Hi, can you verify what color the nose of the turbine is? Is it silver? Black? Gray? I can’t tell.

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It’s dark steel grey. Like the movie

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Why does it read more like a silver grey in the photos? I’m worried the tone will be too light. I think most people would agree that the darker the tone the better it will look.

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since it's a reflective paint, much depends on the angle, the light and the exposure of the camera

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I think most would agree the darker the better. Although I’m sure it’s accurate to the actual car, however it always read as near black on camera.

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Ooops I did it again. Justice League, 66 And now the 89. After the last update i had to. My Hot Toys will be moving out soon now.

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Wow thank you for all your support Shane.

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Finally able to order this. Might be fun if some way of sneaking a customers own sounds onto this... No, not thinking of Decent into Mystery Danny Elfman music at all... or "Welcome to the Oswald Cobblepot School of Driving" Lol. micro SD sound supported?

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Hi Joost, Are you any closer to completing the photo shoot for the final product? Can't wait to see those photos as they'll need to tide me over until my batch ships! Chris

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Will JazzInc ever considering producing a Batman 89 vault (where the Bat suits are stored)?

I saw one before but it was someone's custom piece. Hot Toys teased the Bat Computer 1980 setup - I was hoping to get that too but that never went up for PO.

Thanks for extending the Batmobile 89 preorder window - just placed my deposit today. This will be my 3rd JazzInc purchase (after BatWing and Batmobile 66).

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Thank you! I am definitely interested in doing more. so I think I there's a good chance

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Any idea if this will fit in any existing pre-fab display units? I say this, because it seems to be just a hair too big for the Moducase single box. Have you considered selling a companion display case as well that can accommodate a figure as well as a small diorama piece?

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Actually, I have it in a Moducase DF120 and it fits perfectly. We have no plans for that

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That's good to hear Joost. I had ruled the DF120 out based on the internal measurements of the case and the overall measurements listed for the '89, but I guess there's a bit of wiggle room after all? I had actually found a fish aquarium (300 litres) which was also 120cm length x 50cm width x 50cm height which seemed like it would work nicely (but VERY heavy)

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Hi Christopher, Yes, there is plenty of wiggle room on all side. The DF120 is 120 cm long, and the 1989 Batmobile is 110 cm long.

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Hi Joost, any chance of posting a new video, or images, of the current prototype ahead of the deadline for pre-orders tomorrow?

Thanks

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the page has just been updated

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Any photos of Bats in the driving seat Joost or are you still determining how much to drop the floor by?

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I will add those tomorrow

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Awesome! These photos are amazing. Order placed! When do you expect to have images\video of the finished interior, witht the carpet and leather seats?

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Thank you so much! As soon as the first production samples are done which would be around May

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I ordered one today! I’m super excited. This will be my first 1/6 vehicle. I don’t have any questions, I just wanted to take a second to say thank you to the entire Jazzinc team. It’s unbelievable the amount of heart you put into your products so again thank you for all you do and I hope you all have a wonderful year!

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Thank you for your kind words and for your preorder! Wishing you a great new year as well!

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nigelpape@outlook.com

I’m so eager for September 27th to arrive and get the shipping notification of this 89 Grail model Batmobile going to be the best ever in my collection

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Hi Nigel, Thank you for your preorder! We're excited to be able to deliver your 1989 Batmobile. Please keep in mind, though, that the estimated shipping date is just that: estimated. We work with suppliers around the world, so there are a number of factors that effect the release date of a batch. More often than not, the shipping date of a batch will change. We can never guarantee a specific shipping date, but we do guarantee to deliver your order.

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nigelpape@outlook.com

Thankyou very excited

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Ordered mine today in the nick of time!!!! And as some of you, this will be my first Jazzinc vehicle, and cant be more excited! As a sculptor, 3D artist and toy designer is unbelievable what you guys have accomplished and done in the comunity! I know the pride and joy when we see our creations made, when everything works out and when you have so many people behind and backing up your projects! Congratulations on another MASTERPIECE!

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Thank you for your preorder!

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Any chances more POs will open? missed the deadline. Thanks!

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Hi,sorry, no, your best bet is now the wait list

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Christopher V Bracero

hello I was able to place a preorder for the 89 just in time and paid the deposit of $100 for the batmobile but I received an update email from jazzinc for an update payment deposit for $300 by February 22 2024 am confused

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Hey Joost, do we have an edition size yet? Sorry if this has been asked already. Thanks

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Around 2300-2400 units

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Fantastic product with love!!! Sadly I just managed to join the waitlist. May I ask roughly how many on the waitlist currently? So that I can make a decision whether I should save up for a possibility of getting it or use the saving for another item. thanks so much for making a difference for the world!! Ricky from Sydney Australia!

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Dear Ricky,

Since it is still early days, you still have a very good chance on the waitlist. I would definitely wait. If you were on the waitlist for the 1966 or the 1989 batwing, that would be a different story as your chances are very low on getting those from the waitlist. Hope this helps.

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Hi Joost and team! Love your work, and I am very excited for my first Jazzinc vehicle. One question has been nagging at me though. In your "A FEW EXTRA SURPRISES" video at the 6:16 minute mark you mention one diecast assembly that you wanted to do, but didn't quite have the funding for yet. Did the order numbers end up reaching the mark to make this mystery diecast assembly possible?

This mystery has been tormenting me! lol.

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Thank you! Sorry no, we did not make that

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Nuts! lol. Thank you and keep up the great work!

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I was able to get on the waitlist, I did not find out about this project until after the pre-order had closed. Really hope I am able to get in on this

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Have to say I was really excited to get the great news today that my waitlist status converted.

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Thank you so much. Glad we could help!

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willems189@gmail.com

I've been seriously collecting since 2007, with a great deal of 1/6 figures acquired over those years. Although interested in HT's '89 Batmobile, I was never motivated enough to pull the trigger.

Michael Keaton's Batman happened to be my favorite version of the character, as well as the very first movie I saw as a kid in theaters! So, Needless to say, the nostalgia is REAL!

I recently began looking into perhaps scratching that itch, and getting the vehicle. After coming across a comparison video of HT's and Jazzinc's Batmobiles, I was shocked to learn after admiring the HT's version for so long, the scaling was so inaccurate, the dull finish also left alot to be desired. The comparison revealed too much that couldn't be unseen.

Jazzinc's dedication and attention to detail alone inspired me to support. It took HT a decade to sell me, Jazzinc took a 7 min video.

After some research, and a little bit of luck, my Wait-list was converted to LIVE! I'll worry about where I'm parking this thing later, for now, I wait....

I'm excited!

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Wow thank you for that heartwarming message. We appreciate it! Shout out to the community who helped us get it dead on accurate during the design process!

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