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SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - Noodle Stopper Figure - Pink ver. (FuRyu)SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - Noodle Stopper Figure - Pink ver. (FuRyu)

SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - Noodle Stopper Figure - Pink ver. (FuRyu)
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H=130mm (5.07in)
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11/14/2014 As Prize
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥3,016)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 27 USD | 23 EUR | 33 CAD
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In stock @ Neokyo
Buy on Amazon.co.jp through Neokyo: neokyo.com/prod...
Only ¥250 fee, 45 days free storage,
Purchase from any japanese store.
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Available on GoodsRepublic (Free Shipping from Japan).
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1 month ago
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SALE #95154

For Sale - NISB - Set of two (1 White, 1 Pink)

Price includes US Shipping
2 years ago
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mikki-malu (2 years ago) #5287168I don't know what it means but the result is upsetting. It's the first time I see such an effect on my figure and now I expect Pochaco noodle stopper might have the same problem. I even checked my other figures around this Sonico but they all seem OK, even another Furyu Sonico with a donut (but she stands farther from light). A figure which cannot absolutely be exposed to any amount of natural light is sort of a headache for me :/
It's a little odd that it would only affect one figure though, since it looks to me like using raw PVC as skin is a common practice, especially on prize figures. (Since PVC looks softer without primer+paint over it, but paint is much more UV resistant.) I generally assume the worst and avoid exposing any figures to sunlight, but I can see how that'd become a serious headache with a larger collection.
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2 years ago
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Limited (2 years ago) #5286482If I had to guess, her skin probably isn't painted; rather it's dyed PVC with a little shading added on top. It would explain why the skin is fading while the other colors aren't.

I don't know what it means but the result is upsetting. It's the first time I see such an effect on my figure and now I expect Pochaco noodle stopper might have the same problem. I even checked my other figures around this Sonico but they all seem OK, even another Furyu Sonico with a donut (but she stands farther from light). A figure which cannot absolutely be exposed to any amount of natural light is sort of a headache for me :/
2 years ago
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mikki-malu (2 years ago) #5286428Just noticed the skin faded on the side facing the light from the window. She's not even that much exposed to sunlight so I guess it's the paint, it doesn't hold very well. All other colors seem to be OK but the skin is not pink anymore on her left side and face. All I can do now is to expose her other side to the sun for balance. Keep your Sonicos fully in shadow, just in case.
If I had to guess, her skin probably isn't painted; rather it's dyed PVC with a little shading added on top. It would explain why the skin is fading while the other colors aren't.
2 years ago
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Just noticed the skin faded on the side facing the light from the window. She's not even that much exposed to sunlight so I guess it's the paint, it doesn't hold very well. All other colors seem to be OK but the skin is not pink anymore on her left side and face. All I can do now is to expose her other side to the sun for balance. Keep your Sonicos fully in shadow, just in case.
2 years ago
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Selling mine, new in box: Sold
3 years ago
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Selling mine www.ebay.com/it...
3 years ago
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