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Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/7 - Tony Ver. (Max Factory)Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/7 - Tony Ver. (Max Factory)

Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/7 - Tony Ver. (Max Factory)
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Origine
Personnage
Version
Matériel
Échelle & Dimensions
1/7  H=215mm (8.39in, 1:1=1.51m)
Date de sortie
03/16/2011 En tant que Standard
Prix
Japonais136,115 vues • 665 commentaires114 favoris

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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥7,469)

Brand New for ¥7,469
└ Packed with recycled materials ♻
Pre Owned for ¥5,222
└ Check product page for item condition.
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I still really love the look of this figure, but lord it was a bad one to start a collection on. Kept her on a desk and the paint they used obviously wasn't meant for open air. Where as an air can was good enough for the next couple I got before a got some real shelving Miku is just a tad tacky and dust LOVES it. She requires a wipe down, which is tricky without removing her hair due to it catching fabric. This was a lot of handling for a figure with a bad relationship with it's base, as said below by others and it eventually snapped a foot peg.

Not gonna say it wasn't my fault, but how it set afterwards with both feet in position makes it obvious that there was some real torque on the top left peg.

Oh and it really wouldnt have hurt for her skirt to be a tad longer. Short skirts are awesome and all, but I would have rathered her not flash you at eye level.
Il y a 7 jours
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This is a purchase I really regret, I never took her out the box due to her inherent problems.
Il y a 3 mois
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Still looking to sell. Price cut down to $45. CLASSIFIED #156538
Il y a 7 mois
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Selling mine in the US for $50. CLASSIFIED #156538
Il y a 8 mois
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Reinier (Il y a 10 mois) #33387159Thanks :-) At least it was a learning experience for me, now I know that if a figure is balanced only on one foot with a plastic peg and has support beams to hold up her hair its not a good sign for its future. The design was too ambitious by the manufacturer I think, it probably would have been better if they used a metal support peg.
Yes dude certain figures have too ambitious poses and tend to use poor materials as support. Some times the producers should think twice and chose better supports and or materials.
Il y a 10 mois
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Shibarinya (Il y a 10 mois) #33380528I'm sorry for you dude! :(

Thanks :-) At least it was a learning experience for me, now I know that if a figure is balanced only on one foot with a plastic peg and has support beams to hold up her hair its not a good sign for its future. The design was too ambitious by the manufacturer I think, it probably would have been better if they used a metal support peg.
Il y a 10 mois
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Reinier (Il y a 11 mois) #32059541Found mine this morning fallen over, the peg broke inside of the foot :(
I'm sorry for you dude! :(
Il y a 10 mois
2pt
Found mine this morning fallen over, the peg broke inside of the foot :(
Il y a 11 mois
1pt
Sold
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