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Kobayashi-san chi no Maid Dragon - Kanna Kamui - 1/1 (Figurex)Kobayashi-san chi no Maid Dragon - Kanna Kamui - 1/1 (Figurex)

Kobayashi-san chi no Maid Dragon - Kanna Kamui - 1/1 (Figurex)
Category
Character
Material
Scale & Dimensions
1/1  H=1,250mm (48.75in, 1:1=1.25m)
Release date
01/2019 As Limited + Exclusive
Price
¥1,500,000 convert into USD
Japanese5,037 hits • 18 comments3 likes

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Information

Limited to 10 pieces.

Pre-orders are scheduled to open on the 13th April 2018 at 21:00JST

Comments18

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39pt
Gonna be impossible for anyone to get since Saikawa is going to buy all ten.
7 months ago
35pt
Why is it so hard for Dragon Maid to get just one normal figure
7 months ago
Recent Comments
1pt
Ayatanne (5 months ago) #35515072I will post pictures if I win her. I would like her standing next to my 1/1 Renge

Thank you, kind sir.
5 months ago
2pt
I will post pictures if I win her. I would like her standing next to my 1/1 Renge
MakoRuu (5 months ago) #34885401I'm kind of hoping someone posts some pictures of this figurine.
It's bugging me to know if she's wearing panties or not.
5 months ago
3pt
I'm kind of hoping someone posts some pictures of this figurine.

It's bugging me to know if she's wearing panties or not.
5 months ago
11pt
What's depressing to me, is this one's colors look so much better than the smaller scale. Bleh. I hope the small one has improved that aspect since I haven't seen any recent photos of it.

Also I find it ridiculous that this is 1.5mil yen. That is the same price as their regular sized 1/1 scales such as Rem, yet their Renge 1/1 scale was literally the same size as Kanna but just about half the price. Rude, but its not like I'd risk buying one of these anyway.
7 months ago
3pt
FlyingToNowhere (7 months ago) #32380399Ah, my bad, I mismeasured inches as centimeters that one time. It's still 7x the size of the Pulchra release though.
No need to get so defensive though dude. It's just a figure of a little schoolkid.
I'm just a scale noob who can still get shocked at what some people charge for plastic. "It's a standard price for this type of thing" doesn't really mean anything to me.


I was never defensive, I thought it was funny that you keep on berating the price of this figure of a little schoolkid without having the proper facts. So I decided to give you some background info on 1/1 prices (as you stated you're new to this, so information wouldn't hurt). Not everything scales evenly, there's a lot of factors why a 1/1 scale would cost like this. The limited numbers isn't all the reason. But this is getting off-topic, I got my point through and if you want to continue this discussion then feel free to write a answer on my profile.
7 months ago
1pt
BloodFlower (7 months ago) #32380011I've never seen a 1/1 scale cost 75k yen(that's like the price of a high end 1/4 scale if any), they usually go for 1m yen or more nowadays (in the old days, 500k and up were more common though). I'm not even sure where you got the 19" size from, this figure is 48". I would love to see someone have the money, skills and time to make this themselves with ease. Once again, have you checked the size of this figure you're commenting on?

Ah, my bad, I mismeasured inches as centimeters that one time. It's still 7x the size of the Pulchra release though.

No need to get so defensive though dude. It's just a figure of a little schoolkid.
I'm just a scale noob who can still get shocked at what some people charge for plastic. "It's a standard price for this type of thing" doesn't really mean anything to me.
7 months ago
2pt
FlyingToNowhere (7 months ago) #32379866Not familiar with Figurex whatsoever, I was thinking more practically based on the materials used. You're clearly just paying up for the "very limited" factor here. 19" isn't even that big of an item.
Cool to anyone who actually finds this worth it, but honestly it seems like the kind of thing many people could just sculpt themselves...


I've never seen a 1/1 scale (real human size, not any faeries or what not) cost 75k yen(that's like the price of a high end 1/4 scale if any), they usually go for 1m yen or more nowadays (in the old days, 500k and up were more common though). I'm not even sure where you got the 19" size from, this figure is 48". I would love to see someone have the money, skills and time to make this themselves with ease. That would be something awesome to see. Once again, have you checked the size of this figure you're commenting on?
7 months ago
1pt
BloodFlower (7 months ago) #32379405.... Have you checked the scale for this one? She's the exact price one would expect from a figure in her scale, based from Figurex's other figures.

Not familiar with Figurex whatsoever, I was thinking more practically based on the materials used. You're clearly just paying up for the "very limited" factor here. 19" isn't even that big of an item.

Cool to anyone who actually finds this worth it, but honestly it seems like the kind of thing many people could just sculpt themselves...
7 months ago
2pt
FlyingToNowhere (7 months ago) #323789891.5 million yen. Here I was expecting it to be like 5% of that, based on the Pulchra figure's price and size.
I guess there would be a decent upcharge for the whole "limited to 10 pieces" factor but damn.


.... Have you checked the scale for this one? She's the exact price one would expect from a figure in her scale, based from Figurex's other figures.
7 months ago
1pt
1.5 million yen. Here I was expecting it to be like 5% of that, based on the Pulchra figure's price and size.
I guess there would be a decent upcharge for the whole "limited to 10 pieces" factor but damn.
7 months ago
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