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Azur Lane - Ayanami - 1/7 - Demon`s Finest Dress Ver. (Knead)Azur Lane - Ayanami - 1/7 - Demon`s Finest Dress Ver. (Knead)¥ Buy¥ Buy

Azur Lane - Ayanami - 1/7 - Demon`s Finest Dress Ver. (Knead)
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05/2022 As Standard
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Available for pre-order @ Akiba Soul
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kewligirl9514 hours ago#95391693Yeah I feel the same way. :/

I agree, looks different than the promo pictures. The face of the figure is too round and the chin should be more pointy...
13 hours ago
Shadow292 days ago#95342777The face looks off, disappointing

Yeah I feel the same way. :/
14 hours ago
Available for pre-order @ Solaris Japan (¥24,299)

Pre-Order at Solaris Japan for ¥24,299
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Klon3 days ago#95302780
More expensive than self import it is for sure but in case your figure arrives with an defect or you just need to cancel an item for some reason, the buyers protection in Europe is better than in Japan.
But if you order an exclusive like ITEM #806150 which costs about 120€ in Japan but 275€ in a German store than even I begun to ask myself "Why should I always be scammed by ordering from them?"
For me the best solution for good prices and service seems to be amazon.jp but they hardly have exclusives.
From nin-nin I've never ordered but I know you could avoid some customs by choosing amazon shipping or undervalue parcels.
At least the latter possibility will be gone in summer because the rate of duty free import in the EU will be reduced to around 5€. Meaning all and everything that arrives in your country will be handed over to the customs.
I’ve only been a collector for about two years so some purchases may not have been optimal in the past. After a bad experience with many Japanese stores (AMIAMI, SolarisJapan ... they are not exempt ...) I now prefer to use customer protection at the expense of a slightly higher price (if this is not excessive).
"exclusive like ITEM #806150 which costs about 120€ in Japan but 275€ in a German store" - I paid 234.90 eur + 12 eur postage at Yorokonde. At HobbyLink, however, your stated price does not include postage or import taxes and excise duties related to imports, although the final total price is still a few 10 euros cheaper (in my country, where the figures are a luxury and the most taxed - even postage!).
I have not used amazon.jp yet, so I will now follow it in the calculations and read the rules and services.
Thanks for the info "duty free import in the EU / summer", because I thought it came into force on 1.1.2021.
1 day ago
hamuman2 days ago#95303836close-up view: www.youtube.com...The face looks off, disappointing
2 days ago
Klon3 days ago#95301953Zweifellos ist Yorokonde so ziemlich der beste Laden aus Europa den ich kenne, bin aber manchmal zu langsam was Vorbestellungen betrifft (m.c., m.c, m.m.c.) und speziell bei Exclusive Titeln wird mir die Preisdifferenz von 30-50€ zusätzlich gegenüber dem Selbstimport inkl. den Einfuhrabgaben und Expressversand zuviel. Es widerstrebt mir zutiefst solch ein Verhalten an den Tag zu legen, aber ein paar solcher Figuren werde ich wohl stornieren und mir selbst importieren.

Ich würde das verhalten nicht wiederstrebend empfinden, auch wenn einem die Shops immer vorhalten das sie die Figuren bezahlen müssen die du vorbestellst.

Erstens muss jeder deutsche Shop das einplanen, da wir nunmal ein Wiederrufsrecht haben.
Das ist kaufmännisch Planbar das ein Teil wieder storniert wird.
Zweitens muss jeder Händler Ware bezahlen die er bestellt. Man kann sich nicht immer in der Komfortzone verstecken, nur das einzukaufen was auch vorbestellt wird.
Und drittens kann jeder Händler die vorbestellte Ware trotzdem noch an den Mann bringen und sei es durch Aktionen. Geringe Lagerfläche sind eine sehr fahle Ausrede.

Ich hab auch schon böse Emails bekommen weil ich mehrere Figuren Storniert habe.

Das beste Angebot bekommt den Zuschlag.
Nur leider arbeiten die Deutschen Shops selten mit Sales für aktuellere Figuren. Der Preis bleibt die Zeitüber gleich.
Amazon.JP ändert ihn Ständig.
Manchmal sind sie sogar günstiger als AMIAMI


Yorokonde u. co sale*n nur Figuren die ausschuss sind, sprich keiner mehr will.
2 days ago
close-up view: www.youtube.com...
another one: www.youtube.com...
2 days ago
Klon Solo Rei basta!
Lucrithian3 days ago#95302737
For me personally, it is the cheapest under the same conditions that you state the import at NinNinGame, but any problems and difficulties do not always outweigh this ....


Since shipping should be around 10-20€ everywhere whithin the EU, buying from German or French (who are among the cheapest) stores can still be an agreeable solution.
More expensive than self import it is for sure but in case your figure arrives with an defect or you just need to cancel an item for some reason, the buyers protection in Europe is better than in Japan.

But if you order an exclusive like ITEM #806150 which costs about 120€ in Japan but 275€ in a German store than even I begun to ask myself "Why should I always be scammed by ordering from them?"

For me the best solution for good prices and service seems to be amazon.jp but they hardly have exclusives.
From nin-nin I've never ordered but I know you could avoid some customs by choosing amazon shipping or undervalue parcels.
At least the latter possibility will be gone in summer because the rate of duty free import in the EU will be reduced to around 5€. Meaning all and everything that arrives in your country will be handed over to the customs.
3 days ago
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