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1/8  H=120mm (4.68in, 1:1=0.96m)
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10/31/2017 Come Limited
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Orders can be placed between the 13th September 2017 from 0:00JSt to the 10th October 2017 at 23:59JST.

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God I want this so badly. No one ever has it.
5 giorno/i fa
Damn, the only figure of her is by Pulchra
10 mese/i fa
In stock @ Solaris Japan

Pre Owned for ¥11,503
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skylinedo BANNED
Pulchra did away with the plastic blister and went for a foam "box" which they stuffed with more foam pieces and then wrapped with two sheets of bubble before inserting into standard pulchra box.

Paint job on the legs is inconsistently flesh tone and then white. Eyes are lovely but overall quality no where close to Pulchra's Koneko that I also have.

Amiami for some reason wrote on the packing list: "plastic figure." So the outermost box came dented ...
2 anno/i fa
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Jason_Wander2 anno/i fa#26610650Still not sure if I was lucky or unlucky as I saw plenty of pics where the entire leg had broken off at the waist picture/1817428...
Pulchra just doesn't do crap for protecting their resin figs in Japan or shipping ocerseas.nothing in the boxes to prevent this kind of stuff.


Thanks for the picture. It seems not only the protection is faulty, but in this particular case the design too. Such a large and stubby pin in a weak part of the figure makes no sense. It was bound to break. Most people do a better job when building their own garage kit. Also, the way it broke shows it's quite a brittle resin and not a softer one usually found on garage kits. Not that I'm surprised, most prepainted figures are generally brittle (I own a few ones).

Yet, I don't think Kiriha should have the same issue, her design is quite "monkey proof" (she's sitting). Anyway, I find it strange they still make prepainted resin figures in 2017. Generally, you use it for small production run since tooling cost far less (rubber molds cost next to nothing compared to injection tooling but don't last a long time) or when you want extremely crisp and intricate details (which is obviously not the case with this figure).
2 anno/i fa
well i don't know about other figures but i own ITEM #302752 and she came protected very well + shes survived 2 moves over state without a scratch XD
2 anno/i fa
Still not sure if I was lucky or unlucky as I saw plenty of pics where the entire leg had broken off at the waist picture/1817428...
Pulchra just doesn't do crap for protecting their resin figs in Japan or shipping ocerseas.nothing in the boxes to prevent this kind of stuff.sailormatlac2 anno/i fa#26607884Resin isn't brittle to that point. It's quite sturdy in fact. It is brittle and unreliable for parts with small cross section (pointy hair, delicate ribbons, fine staff or sword, etc.). Given her very simplistic design, I wouldn't be afraid of damage during shipping. If she had more intricate parts, I would be worried. Cold cast and other stuff like that is truly bad material IMHO.
2 anno/i fa
Jason_Wander2 anno/i fa#25948779Resin is extremely brittle, in fact if you look up reviews for Yukina on Amazon.jp many Japanese buyers were pissed cuz she arrived broken to them.

Resin isn't brittle to that point. It's quite sturdy in fact. It is brittle and unreliable for parts with small cross section (pointy hair, delicate ribbons, fine staff or sword, etc.). Given her very simplistic design, I wouldn't be afraid of damage during shipping. If she had more intricate parts, I would be worried. Cold cast and other stuff like that is truly bad material IMHO.
2 anno/i fa
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