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Original Character - Skytube - Tougetsu Matsuri - 1/6 (Alphamax)Original Character - Skytube - Tougetsu Matsuri - 1/6 (Alphamax)

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Original Character - Skytube - Tougetsu Matsuri - 1/6 (Alphamax)
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Scale & Dimensions
1/6  H=165mm (6.44in, 1:1=0.99m)
Release date
08/10/2015 As Standard
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Firstpress comes with additional Postcards.

Orders via Skytube Onlineshop come with an additional gold colored mirror pedestal. Orders can be placed until March 2nd 2015 skytube.jp/shop...

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3 years ago
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥34,236)

Brand New for ¥34,236
└ ✈ From Tokyo to your Home.
Pre Owned for ¥25,047
└ Check product page for item condition.
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In stock @ JFigure.com (¥23,500)
A/B condition
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SOLD
13 days ago
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I'm selling mine for 130€. PM me if you're interested for more information ;)
1 month ago
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Radnar (3 months ago) #31103778Glad to be of help! I worried I was getting a bit long-winded, in fact. xD
The best way to access AmiAmi pre-owned depends on what your aim is. If you just want to browse and see what they have, "Pre-owned Items" is the third thing from the bottom under the "Category List" on the left side of the site header. You could also do a search for something you actually care about first, and then narrow it down to pre-owned items by checking the appropriate box in the upper left corner. A third method is to use the "Buy" link on an MFC item page like the one we're on. If there are any pre-owned figures that match, then they should show up in a separate listing, marked accordingly.
...And I just checked, they don't seem to have any pre-owned Ver. 1 Matsuris at the moment.


ohhhhh
3 months ago
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chaosrealm93 (3 months ago) #31103757ohhh
thanks for the detailed explanation! :D
where do you go to find these "less than optimal" conditioned items on amiami?

Glad to be of help! I worried I was getting a bit long-winded, in fact. xD

The best way to access AmiAmi pre-owned depends on what your aim is. If you just want to browse and see what they have, "Pre-owned Items" is the third thing from the bottom under the "Category List" on the left side of the site header. You could also do a search for something you actually care about first, and then narrow it down to pre-owned items by checking the appropriate box in the upper left corner. A third method is to use the "Buy" link on an MFC item page like the one we're on. If there are any pre-owned figures that match, then they should show up in a separate listing, marked accordingly.

...And I just checked, they don't seem to have any pre-owned Ver. 1 Matsuris at the moment.
3 months ago
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Radnar (3 months ago) #31103378It refers to the quality of used goods, with better letter grades representing a more pristine product. Usually, the first letter refers to the actual figure, while the second refers to the outer box. It's important to know the grades and scale that the individual sites you're looking to buy from use, however, since there's no single standard for these grades. For example, let's compare the scales used by AmiAmi (since everyone knows them) and J-Figure (since they left a comment right below yours).
An A/B from AmiAmi means that the outer box shows a bit of wear, maybe a scuffed corner, but as far as they can tell the box has never actually been opened and the figure inside is factory-fresh. An A/B from J-Figure, however, means more or less the same thing for the condition of the "B"-rated box, but the "A" rating for the figure means they have reason to believe that it has been opened but shows no signs of wear or damage. Both of these sites do the right thing and clearly list their full grading scales on the pages of used items, but be sure to search for such a list if a site doesn't do this.


ohhh

thanks for the detailed explanation! :D

where do you go to find these "less than optimal" conditioned items on amiami?
3 months ago
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chaosrealm93 (3 months ago) #31103216whats this A/A A/B and B/B stuff i keep seeing?
It refers to the quality of used goods, with better letter grades representing a more pristine product. Usually, the first letter refers to the actual figure, while the second refers to the outer box. It's important to know the grades and scale that the individual sites you're looking to buy from use, however, since there's no single standard for these grades. For example, let's compare the scales used by AmiAmi (since everyone knows them) and J-Figure (since they left a comment right below yours).

An A/B from AmiAmi means that the outer box shows a bit of wear, maybe a scuffed corner, but as far as they can tell the box has never actually been opened and the figure inside is factory-fresh. An A/B from J-Figure, however, means more or less the same thing for the condition of the "B"-rated box, but the "A" rating for the figure means they have reason to believe that it has been opened but shows no signs of wear or damage. Both of these sites do the right thing and clearly list their full grading scales on the pages of used items, but be sure to search for such a list if a site doesn't do this.
3 months ago
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Tipsynaruto (2 years ago) #9086093Whoo whee. Was just randomly window shopping on AmiAmi and just mananged to pick up a B/B for 14,500 JPY. its even a first release with the postcard as well! LUCKY!

whats this A/A A/B and B/B stuff i keep seeing?
3 months ago
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Selling mine for 80 Euros from Austria.

Both Figurine and Box are in excellent mint condition. All parts included but I'm missing the transparent plastic holders from the box.

If that's not an issue for you, please PM me! Thank you
5 months ago
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