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Bakemonogatari - Nisemonogatari - Hanekawa Tsubasa - Figma #147 (Max Factory)Bakemonogatari - Nisemonogatari - Hanekawa Tsubasa - Figma #147 (Max Factory)

Bakemonogatari - Nisemonogatari - Hanekawa Tsubasa - Figma #147 (Max Factory)
Catégorie
Classification
Matériaux
Échelle & Dimensions
H=140mm (5.46in)
Date de sortie
08/18/2012 En tant que Standard
Prix
Japonais42,352 vues • 97 commentaires15 favoris

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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥5,505)

Brand New for ¥5,505
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In stock @ Neokyo
Today, 4495 yen on Amazon Japan.
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In stock @ GoodsRepublic
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Looking for her for fair trade or lowest possible but complete only

Please PM if serious only thank you!

USA here
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Available on GoodsRepublic (Free Shipping from Japan).
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Grunge97 (Il y a 2 ans) #17130005My bad, they are metal (aluminium i think, the same used for cans). I don't know why but they looked like some sort of plastic when I first saw them. By the way, there is a little sheet (there are 4 of them) so if you want to put them on you might want to use a pair of tweezers to bend them (avoiding physical contact).
Ok thank you, I've had a problem with aluminum in the past.
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My bad, they are metal (aluminium i think, the same used for cans). I don't know why but they looked like some sort of plastic when I first saw them. By the way, there is a little sheet (there are 4 of them) so if you want to put them on you might want to use a pair of tweezers to bend them (avoiding physical contact). GCNess (Il y a 2 ans) #17114233Ah I thought they were metal. Do you know what type it is? I get a rash when I touch them.
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