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Fate/Grand Order - Artoria Pendragon (Archer) - 1/7 - Archer (Max Factory)

Fate/Grand Order - Artoria Pendragon (Archer) - 1/7 - Archer (Max Factory)
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Scale & Dimensions
1/7  H=230mm (8.97in, 1:1=1.61m)
Release date
07/2018 As Standard
Price
Japanese
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Available for pre-order @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥12,438)

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Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 111 USD | 93 EUR | 138 CAD
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Probably the single most important comment I'll ever read on this site.
Thank you!!
Klon (26 days ago) #26177219For those who didn't know already: These oily stuff are phthalates. Before you take deep breaths of the typical new figure smell, when unboxing, be aware phthalates may be toxic. You may read about the health risks on a search engine of your choice. But if you are already obese, diabetic and impotent you don't have to fear phthalates anymore.
Also keep in mind the phthalates vaporises over the years. That is why the figure must "breath". Because of that your figure will became a bit brittle over the years. Keep that in mind if you have figures with delicate or exchangeable parts, they may break more easily.
26 days ago
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Klon (26 days ago) #26177219For those who didn't know already: These oily stuff are phthalates. Before you take deep breaths of the typical new figure smell, when unboxing, be aware phthalates may be toxic. You may read about the health risks on a search engine of your choice. But if you are already obese, diabetic and impotent you don't have to fear phthalates anymore.
Also keep in mind the phthalates vaporises over the years. That is why the figure must "breath". Because of that your figure will became a bit brittle over the years. Keep that in mind if you have figures with delicate or exchangeable parts, they may break more easily.


thanks for the knowledge. i always thought it was the plasticizer that needed to evaporize and its especially apparent with figs that have skin that look extra soft etc

ps but dying for waifu is true love :D
26 days ago
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KlonVIBlv16 Solo Rei basta!
chaosrealm93 (26 days ago) #26165281i knew it

For those who didn't know already: These oily stuff are phthalates. Before you take deep breaths of the typical new figure smell, when unboxing, be aware phthalates may be toxic. You may read about the health risks on a search engine of your choice. But if you are already obese, diabetic and impotent you don't have to fear phthalates anymore.

Also keep in mind the phthalates vaporises over the years. That is why the figure must "breath". Because of that your figure will became a bit brittle over the years. Keep that in mind if you have figures with delicate or exchangeable parts, they may break more easily.
26 days ago
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Yowenflury (27 days ago) #26160780Um, actually yes. It's true. I bought a Native figure of 2016 and an Alter figure of 2011, unopened from Mandarake. I have opened them when they arrived and some accessories were kind of oily.
I advice you to open them and let them breath.


i knew it
26 days ago
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chaosrealm93 (1 month ago) #25721711nahh, i only buy from big manufacturers if you check out my collection ;)
i live in canada and my house temp is anywhere from 15-25 deg C lol
im asking because all my figures are still sealed and in their original packaging and someone brought it up on the forums before that not letting your figures "air out and breathe" will accelerate these bubbling problems


Um, actually yes. It's true. I bought a Native figure of 2016 and an Alter figure of 2011, unopened from Mandarake. I have opened them when they arrived and some accessories were kind of oily.

I advice you to open them and let them breath.
27 days ago
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The water on the base is such a nice touch and feels like a scene. The water gun looks like it can really shoot water
1 month ago
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shilka (1 month ago) #25675485I have figures that are 10 years old and i have never seen or heard about that before
Those old figures even have legs made of pure PVC (they where made before the use of ABS) which means they could have leaning problems yet funny enough they dont
Sounds like something you get either with cheap figures or if you live in a place where its really hot
I am from Denmark and we only have 3-4 months in a year where the temps get above 20c


nahh, i only buy from big manufacturers if you check out my collection ;)

i live in canada and my house temp is anywhere from 15-25 deg C lol

im asking because all my figures are still sealed and in their original packaging and someone brought it up on the forums before that not letting your figures "air out and breathe" will accelerate these bubbling problems
1 month ago
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