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crowjob (27 days ago) #17843650So I got this off Ebay from a Japanese seller for a decent price, new and unopened.
It's my first and only Fraulein and I don't think I'll get another if the Frauleins have this kind of joint systen. Her shoulder joints are very shallow and it's easy to pop her arms out without thinking. The way her arms are cut to bend at the elbow are very obvious and ugly looking, while the swivel to move her arms side to side is at an angle, so posing her arms is a bother compared to a figma.
Her proportions in my hand feel like 70% leg, 10% torso because her torso is very thin and, at least on mine, her back tends to separate and show a horrible gap.
I would expect a better paintjob than what I got, there's places where the paint is flaking off near her arms and it's just sloppy to look at up close.
What I do like the figure is the head. All faceplates on my Rei fit securely with each other and I like the slight pearly sheen to her hair. Her eyes have a very small detail you might miss, and that's the subtle shiny finish to the irises.
Not much to say about her accessories, she has a generous number of hands (the paint on the palm is misaligned and sloppy...) and that stand scratches REALLY easily.
Looking back on it, I would've chosen the figma if I knew where to look.


My advice to you(and everyone else for that matter), if you really want the best figure there really is of Rei, get her 1/7 Scale Kotobukiya figure item #56025

Not as oversexualized nor misleading as her 1/6 Kotobukiya(which for some reason too many choose to own) nor has a dull pose where she lays down like her Alter figure. Her 1/7 arguably has the best base and pose out of them all as well as among the most realistic "proportions" of her. She also goes great with Asukas 1/7 scale Kotobukiya counterpart mainly thanks to the bases connecting with each other bringing out the atmosphere even better. Some would say her hair is a little bit too purpleish due to the shiny effect but thats really no big deal since the amount of light on her would affect what colour it will look like and her hair shifts between blueish and purpleish during the anime depending on the light in various moments anyway.

Her figma would be a ok option otherwise, hovewer it's far from her perfect figure, while it is easier to pose than her Revoltech obviously given the figma status, she lacks some accessories as well as the elegance of her 1/7. In short, not worth it.

She is simply a character that fits much better as a scale than a action figure, she is not a Naruto, Shingeki no Kyojin nor a Dragon Ball character, her characteristics reflects this and i wish more people would see this.

Yes i own her Revoltech myself and i can say with ease i regret my decision of getting her, looking forward to trading her in next time i visit Japan and getting her 1/7 instead.
027 days agocrowjobcrowjob
So I got this off Ebay from a Japanese seller for a decent price, new and unopened.
It's my first and only Fraulein and I don't think I'll get another if the Frauleins have this kind of joint systen. Her shoulder joints are very shallow and it's easy to pop her arms out without thinking. The way her arms are cut to bend at the elbow are very obvious and ugly looking, while the swivel to move her arms side to side is at an angle, so posing her arms is a bother compared to a figma.
Her proportions in my hand feel like 70% leg, 10% torso because her torso is very thin and, at least on mine, her back tends to separate and show a horrible gap.
I would expect a better paintjob than what I got, there's places where the paint is flaking off near her arms and it's just sloppy to look at up close.
What I do like the figure is the head. All faceplates on my Rei fit securely with each other and I like the slight pearly sheen to her hair. Her eyes have a very small detail you might miss, and that's the subtle shiny finish to the irises.
Not much to say about her accessories, she has a generous number of hands (the paint on the palm is misaligned and sloppy...) and that stand scratches REALLY easily.
Looking back on it, I would've chosen the figma if I knew where to look.
06 months agoDez220Dez220
Selling mine. $35 USD
06 months agoSolarisJapanSolarisJapan
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07 months ago (7 months ago)illamasquaillamasqua
Selling this for $35.00![ext link ] Sold
011 months agoRyanHljRyanHlj
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01 year ago (1 year ago)itabtooitabtoo
ok, so i got a non-legacy one from ebay and the paint-job has two major flaws:
a rough blob of excess paint on her left breast
and black paint exceeding it's boders on her back.
overall the paintjob doesn't come close to old plugsuit asuka (fräulein 021) and mari (fräulein 020) (which are both great), but it's still a nice figure (the faces are really nice, the slight smile(?)/neutral face could be a little happier though).
does anyone have experience with painting revoltechs? i thought about sanding down the ugly paint-blob, matching the colour of her suit would be hard though, and re-do some of the "panel-lines" on her suit...
01 year agoRubynextRubynext
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