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Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/8 - Love is War ver. DX (Good Smile Company)Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/8 - Love is War ver. DX (Good Smile Company)

Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - 1/8 - Love is War ver. DX (Good Smile Company)
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Character
Materials
Scale & Dimensions
1/8  H=280mm (10.92in, 1:1=2.24m)
Release dates
01/28/2019 As Standard
01/30/2012 As Exclusive
Price
Japanese353,309 hits • 2,048 comments354 likes

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GSC Online Shop exclusive.

Large base with giant megaphones.
Stand approximately 400mm x 310mm x 230mm.

Comments2,048

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194pt
One word Good Smile Company:

RERELEASE!
4 years ago
51pt
wtf @plamoya xDDD
2 years ago
Recent Comments
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥15,388)

Brand New for ¥15,388
└ Carefully packed with ♥
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In stock @ Anime NPC ($152.88)
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In stock @ Neokyo
Today, 14269 yen on Amazon Japan.
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¥250 order fee, 45 free storage days.
1pt
Finally arrived today~

Her left pigtail wouldn’t go in first try and one the hinges fell out - not broke, fell out. Which is better as I can just pop it in the holes after the rails are in.

The paint doesn’t look as grungy as it was supposed to and her pants definately purple - I think someone got carried away with painting and shading, lol.

Overall I’m happy though. ^^
1 day ago
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥16,324)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 145 USD | 122 EUR | 181 CAD
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Kanda_Im_mortal (3 days ago) #52000506Oh, wow! It looks even worse than in my case. Peg looks fine, but the hole in the head is definitely irregularly shaped around the edge. This does not fix so simple I think. If you only try to heat, but, as you said, it is better to write to them first. Leave a hairdryer as a last resort. Hope they help you!
Please, write than what they say, just for info!

Thanks, I wrote to them on the english GSC site, hopefully that was the right place (although Nippon Yasan is a japanese shop). Hopefully they will be able to do something. I think I will stick to buying only from GSC partner shops or GSC's site from now on regardless, just in case I get a figure like this again.
3 days ago
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moonstarfc (3 days ago) #52000086Thanks for that, I did see that.
In my case, I believe there is either excess material in the head, or the peg for the pigtail is misshapen. I'm not certain which is actually causing the problem because I'm not sure how they're originally supposed to look.
The excess material in the head would probably have to be drilled or scraped in that case, although like I said, I'm not super comfortable with DIY stuff on figures, so I will contact GSC first and see what they say before proceeding.
(here are photos for reference, for anyone curious)


Oh, wow! It looks even worse than in my case. Peg looks fine, but the hole in the head is definitely irregularly shaped around the edge. This does not fix so simple I think. If you only try to heat, but, as you said, it is better to write to them first. Leave a hairdryer as a last resort. Hope they help you!
Please, write than what they say, just for info!
3 days ago
1pt
Kanda_Im_mortal (3 days ago) #51999591No. My copy also had other defects - chipped paint on the hair and a spot on the shoulder. They did not ask me to warm up with a hair dryer, but they asked me to take a photo of the maximum inserted tails and other defects. After that they answered about replace of the body.
Therefore, if you suspect that the hole in her head is rough, has defects and a hairdryer will not help, it is better to write them first.
If we talk about my experience in principle, I recently took advantage of their advice. It really helps. But you have to be careful. In my message there was a link, there is a small instruction on how to heat correctly. This should help!

Thanks for that, I did see that.

In my case, I believe there is either excess material in the head, or the peg for the pigtail is misshapen. I'm not certain which is actually causing the problem because I'm not sure how they're originally supposed to look.
The excess material in the head would probably have to be drilled or scraped in that case, although like I said, I'm not super comfortable with DIY stuff on figures, so I will contact GSC first and see what they say before proceeding.


(here are photos for reference, for anyone curious)

https://i.ibb.co/DLbnNz0/20190220-183811.jpg

https://i.ibb.co/TwfMBCX/20190220-183646.jpg
3 days ago
1pt
moonstarfc (3 days ago) #51999273Did you try heating up the parts, first, and they sent you a replacement regardless?
I only ask because the last time I used a hairdryer on a figure, the heat melted another part of the figure, mainly because I am an extremely clumsy person. So now I'm afraid they won't help me if I end up screwing it up due to my clumsiness.


No. My copy also had other defects - chipped paint on the hair and a spot on the shoulder. They did not ask me to warm up with a hair dryer, but they asked me to take a photo of the maximum inserted tails and other defects. After that they answered about replace of the body.
Therefore, if you suspect that the hole in her head is rough, has defects and a hairdryer will not help, it is better to write them first.

If we talk about my experience in principle, I recently took advantage of their advice. It really helps. But you have to be careful. In my message there was a link, there is a small instruction on how to heat correctly. This should help!
3 days ago
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