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Xenoblade 2 - KOS-MOS - 1/7 - Re: (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)Xenoblade 2 - KOS-MOS - 1/7 - Re: (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)¥ Acheter¥ Acheter

Xenoblade 2 - KOS-MOS - 1/7 - Re: (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)
Catégorie
Personnage
Version
Matériaux
Échelle & Dimensions
1/7  H=210mm (8.19in, 1:1=1.47m)
Date de sortie
08/27/2020 En tant que Limited + Exclusive
Prix
Japonais69,633 vues • 433 commentaires128 favoris

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Orders via Good Smile Online Shop Japan, Amazon.jp and AmiAmi can be placed between the 29th August 2019 from 12:00JST to the 25th September 2019 at 21:00JST.

Commentaires433

In stock @ JFigure.com (¥22,000)
Opened but the figure is in very good condition. No notable damages. Parts complete unless mentioned. Box is also in good condition.
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥24,150)

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Reluctantly have to sell due to change in financial circumstances. :( UK based, £200
Il y a 1 jour
Selling her opened like new at 170 €
CLASSIFIED #216424
Il y a 3 jours
OmegaForteIl y a 5 jours#83656230Yes and it's the same result.

I don't know then. It made a big difference for me. Here's mine.

https://static.myfigurecollection.net/upload/pictures/2020/09/22/thumbnails/2525594.jpeg
Il y a 4 jours
Rei_Ayanami_v2Il y a 5 jours#83655398Did you try my method a couple posts down? Her hair gets caught on her shoulder piece. Mine looks much better now than the first time I put her together.
Yes and it's the same result.
Il y a 5 jours
OmegaForteIl y a 5 jours#83654755I assume a bit of the neck is normal? I pushed her head down as far as possible, but still need a tiny bit of it.
Edit: Going by some uploaded images, it's normal? Makes me want to scrap a bit of the bottom neck, but I don't want to do something that I'll regret if I mess up, so I'll leave it that way.


Did you try my method a couple posts down? Her hair gets caught on her shoulder piece. Mine looks much better now than the first time I put her together.
Il y a 5 jours
I assume a bit of the neck is normal? I pushed her head down as far as possible, but still need a tiny bit of it.

Edit: Going by some uploaded images, it's normal? Makes me want to scrap a bit of the bottom neck, but I don't want to do something that I'll regret if I mess up, so I'll leave it that way.
Il y a 5 jours
Rei_Ayanami_v2Il y a 6 jours#83591643I noticed you had an issue with her neck not going in all the way. If anyone else is having this issue then try this. Don't push her left arm as hard as you can. Gently push it until you can't see the peg anymore. Do not keep trying to push it in further and further for a better fit. Her head should be able to be pushed down further now. Made a big difference for me. I hope it helps others out.
Another way I did it was keep the right arm off. Put the left arm about half way so the peg is still showing. Put her head on and push it down as far as possible. While still holding her head down, reach behind her hair and push her left arm up. This allows you to push her left arm up as far as possible without pushing her head back up and exposing her neck peg. Then put her right arm on.


I did this, and her neck does go in properly now! But the neck itself being put into the torso still looks off a bit, as it bevels out a bit too much. It's an overall design things that can't be changed :( but it's not "that" noticeable and I still adore this statue regardless :)
Il y a 6 jours