A reluctant hero. An epic journey. A choice between the life he left behind and the incredible new world he’s learned to call home. Return to James Cameron
s AVATAR – the greatest adventure of all time.
Condition: Used-Like New
Details: Jacket – Case and Disc are in new condition.
Guidelines for New and Used Video and DVD items:
New: Just like it sounds. A brand-new, unused, unopened video or DVD in perfect condition in its original packaging and with all original packaging materials included.
Like New: An apparently unopened video or DVD in perfect condition (although it may be out of its original wrapping). The box or jewel case is clean and vivid, with no signs of wear, as are the cover art, liner notes, and inclusions. Suitable for presenting as a gift.
Very Good: A well-cared-for video or DVD that has been played, but remains in great condition. The film is complete, without interruption, and does not skip. The box or jewel case may show limited signs of wear, as may the cover art, liner notes and inclusions.
Good: A video or DVD with clear external signs of wear, but one that continues to play perfectly. The box or jewel case is undamaged, and the original cover art, liner notes and inclusions are in good, unmarked condition. The video, DVD, or packaging may have identification markings from its owner.
Acceptable: A video or DVD with extensive external signs of wear, but one that continues to play perfectly. The box or jewel case may be damaged. The cover art, liner notes or other inclusions may be marked, or one or all of these items may be missing. The seller must note any missing items in their listing comments. Products must be sold with a protective jewel case or box. Sellers may substitute newer packaging when a jewel case or box is damaged, but they may not substitute copied cover art or liner notes for the originals. The video, DVD, or packaging may have identification markings from its owner.
Unacceptable: Video or DVD recordings not created by the copyright holder, including recopied media in any form. Additionally, promotional media is prohibited, as are recordings in which any aspect of the film is missing or obscured.