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C Cube: Fear [Changing Clothes ver.] (PVC Figure)


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  • Code: 60504
  • Japanese: 『C3 -シーキューブ-』 フィア フィギュアお着替え中Ver.
  • JAN: 4942330048764
  • Weight: 0.49kgs
  • Package Size: 15cm x 24cm x 22cm
  • Manufactured by: ASCII Media Works

H15cm (1/8 scale)



 


4  Wednesday 02 July, 2014
by Danny  Germany  

First of all, the coloring is pretty well made. There are hardly and beauty flaws and the details are all nicely done. The additional accesoires are a nice-to-have-addition.

The flaws of the figure lie in the disassembly. My figure came with the dere face and with the skirt not attached to it. So I had to put the skirt onto the figure, which was not the problem. The big issue was the act of changing faces. There is a manual added (see images) in japanese, but with pictures, so you get the idea.
As I am quite inexperienced with such figures, I had to struggle to push the strands of hair to the sides in order to disassemble the hair and acces the head. In fact, I removed the head first. As everything was put together pretty tight, I had to use some force to disassemble it and feared (haha) for my figure. The tight construction adds stability, yet hinders the disassembly and makes changing faces rather difficult. I originally intended to swap face every now and then, as I like both, but now I just stick with the dere face after that physical and mental struggle the procedure gave me.

Furthermore the knees don't fully align, so the figure tends to lean a bit to the side. I don't know if it is intended, but I felt a bit uneasy so I used some transparent adhesive tape to fasten her feet to the base, as she is not connected to it whatsoever. But I guess that is just personal. Again my inexperience may be the cause of the trouble and my fear (haha, again) of her falling over.

All in all the figure itself is pretty beautiful and awesome to lok at. Once you get the few fixes done (if you need them), you can start loving this figure. Do not let my review give you the fear (I do this on purpose), that the figure is bad, I just had some personal trouble with it, but the figure itself is great.



 




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