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Prize Figure Appreciation Peers
SeiidaishougunSeiidaishougunIl y a 3 ansMisc
Prize Figure Appreciation Peers
P-FAP

(no, this abbreviation is purely coincidental ;)

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Now I won't claim that prize figures look better than high quality figures from Alter or similar, but think about it. A single HQ figure is eight (or more) times more expensive than a prize figure, but does it really look eight times that good? I don't think so.

Of course there are some prize figures which look pretty derpy, but the same can also be said of higher prized scale figures. Derpiness with a high price tag isn't rare, and then there are even high prized scale figures who make scales look better by comparison. *cough*Griffon*cough*

Anyway, if you also think you'll get much more bang for the buck with prize figures and think that they're under-appreciated, welcome to the club!

Let's appreciate prize figures together! \^д^/
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I have so many prize figures for sell, mostly One Piece and Dragon Ball. PM me if you are interested in getting some!
Il y a 1 mois
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Risenfromashfig (Il y a 1 an) #18992226I am new to anime figure collecting and got several prize figures as part of a lot of misc. figures I bought. I was impressed by their quality, but am confused about how people not in Japan can get their hands on prize figures. Do they get snatched up and imported? Do you have to get lucky and find a Japanese collector who has duplicates? How does this work? Thanks for explaining this to the newb. :)

You can look at online Japanese sites that have used figures for sale, like amiami or mandarake. They sell prize figures like the ones here, often in new (unopened) condition.
Il y a 5 mois
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The abbreviation. lmfao:D
Il y a 8 mois
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I think what happens is that there is overstock of figures and these end up being sold at a retail price - the prize figures in a crane machine need to be updated so what's left over gets sold. This is my theory.

Risenfromashfig (Il y a 1 an) #18992226I am new to anime figure collecting and got several prize figures as part of a lot of misc. figures I bought. I was impressed by their quality, but am confused about how people not in Japan can get their hands on prize figures. Do they get snatched up and imported? Do you have to get lucky and find a Japanese collector who has duplicates? How does this work? Thanks for explaining this to the newb. :)
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Hentai_Son Cool Guy(tm)
a blessed group :^)
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I am new to anime figure collecting and got several prize figures as part of a lot of misc. figures I bought. I was impressed by their quality, but am confused about how people not in Japan can get their hands on prize figures. Do they get snatched up and imported? Do you have to get lucky and find a Japanese collector who has duplicates? How does this work? Thanks for explaining this to the newb. :)
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Heck yes, prize figures :D
Adorable and affordable :)
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Wow I just found out about this club because my plushies were tagged. Heck yes prize figures!
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Woohoo, finally I found a club for me. The large majority of my collection are prize figures, and honestly, some of my very favorite figures are prize figures. One of my recent eBay scavenges landed me this beautiful Love Plus prize figure, and I absolutely love it. I buy on a budget, and if I see a figure that I like for a reasonable price then I'll buy it, whether it's from a high quality maker or a crane game prize, all that matters is that I like the way it looks and the value/affordability.
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Joining to support prize figures! While I do not have any as I only started collecting recently, I don't see any reason to be against prize figures. There are so many well done ones, and they are much more affordable which opens the world of figure collecting to even more people! Sadly in hobbies like these there is sure to be elitism in spending tons of money on big fancy figures, but I think the truest collectors will be able to appreciate all types of figures for the unique value they bring. :)
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