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To LOVEru Darkness - Momo Belia Deviluke - 1/1 (Design Co-Co, Toranoana)To LOVEru Darkness - Momo Belia Deviluke - 1/1 (Design Co-Co, Toranoana)¥ Acheter¥ Acheter

To LOVEru Darkness - Momo Belia Deviluke - 1/1 (Design Co-Co, Toranoana)
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Échelle & Dimensions
1/1  W=900mm (35.1in)  L=700mm (27.3in)  H=1,600mm (62.4in, 1:1=1.6m)
Date de sortie
10/2017 En tant que Limited + Exclusive
Prix
¥2,500,000 convertir en USD
Divers
30000g
Japonais87,771 vues • 85 commentaires43 favoris

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Limited to 10 pieces.
Sales will be determined through lottery.

Applications can only be made at the Toranoana Akihabara C Shop between the 24th May 2016 to the 26th June 2016.
www.toranoana.j...

Commentaires85

Zero1Il y a 4 mois#76629921Is there someone on myfigurecollection who really has this figure?
Since there are only 10 pieces of it, I doubt it, but should there still be a miracle
and someone owns this figure, I would be happy, if they would offer me this figure,
since I really want it.


Her Price will be 10 to 20 million yen, will u still be interested ?
Il y a 2 mois
Is there someone on myfigurecollection who really has this figure?

Since there are only 10 pieces of it, I doubt it, but should there still be a miracle
and someone owns this figure, I would be happy, if they would offer me this figure,
since I really want it.
Il y a 4 mois
nobody actually bought one did they... o > o
Il y a 2 ans
eeksterIl y a 2 ans#27046073How they reinforced them is what I would like to know. If I'm buying a $25K figure, it better be lined with fiberglass and steel welded skeleton and not just 3D extruded plastic.
Source: Process starts after the 3D Printer pic


Thanks for the link, nice to see how they actually do it. And yes, I would be curious to see the mechanical aspect of it. And nobody knows if the material with age well over decades. As for the price, I do agree the profit margin seems rather comfortable isn't it? ;-)
Il y a 2 ans
sailormatlacIl y a 2 ans#26605243Never underestimate prototyping costs, particularly when only making 10 figures out of the mold. Mold making is also a huge part of the cost. Certainly, they must make a healthy profit out of it due to "rarity".

I think they probably don't know how to make molds. Plus, if they're only making 10 pieces, it'd be more viable to just 3D print instead of making molds that will take up so much space. Just turn that bad boy on and work it tirelessly 24/7 and you got something for the price of a car. How they reinforced them is what I would like to know. If I'm buying a $25K figure, it better be lined with fiberglass and steel welded skeleton and not just 3D extruded plastic.

Source: Process starts after the 3D Printer pic
Il y a 2 ans
eeksterIl y a 3 ans#22485323https://static.myfigurecollection.net/pics/figure/big/18351.jpg
Me: Why's this only about $4000 and the one you're making close to $25,000?
Them: Because we prototyped in 3D printer which costs a lot.
Of course, that's just a scenario I played in my mind. I watched their build process but I can't find it again. They do used a massive 3d printer with a massive build volume but I don't see why it costs 6x to make. If it was twice as that of Rei, it can be justified. Is it made out of unicorn tears, caviar, and gold flakes?


Never underestimate prototyping costs, particularly when only making 10 figures out of the mold. Mold making is also a huge part of the cost. Certainly, they must make a healthy profit out of it due to "rarity". My only concern is after paying that huge amoutn of cash, you get an oversized stiff and awkward 1990s garage kit. Isn't sad?
Il y a 2 ans
https://static.myfigurecollection.net/pics/figure/big/18351.jpg
Me: Why's this only about $4000 and the one you're making close to $25,000?
Them: Because we prototyped in 3D printer which costs a lot.

Of course, that's just a scenario I played in my mind. I watched their build process but I can't find it again. They do used a massive 3d printer with a massive build volume but I don't see why it costs 6x to make. If it was twice as that of Rei, it can be justified. Is it made out of unicorn tears, caviar, and gold flakes?
Il y a 3 ans
I'd pay 3k for this .seeing how 1/2 goes for about 1200...
Il y a 3 ans
i saw her, in a my travel in japan, it's pretty awesome.
very detailed for the scale, maybe one of the best i see for a 1/1
Il y a 3 ans
SephieIl y a 4 ans#13407376Apparently someone on Yahoo auctions claims to have won one of these, not sure if legit but here's the link buyee.jp/item/y...
The person was selling the right for someone to buy in his(?) stead.
I read the purchase rules, and as the other life-size figures sold via lottery, they do not allow transfer of purchase rights. Even if the person won the lottery legit, I doubt Toranoana would let someone else buy it.
Il y a 4 ans