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DMC-GF3
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First time messin' with a Figma, as well as the stand it comes with...have to say, among all the figurine stands I've encountered, the Figma stand seems to be the sturdiest, simplest, and most conservative stand like...ever. While similar to an ACT Stage, the "arm" isn't weak at all, and pegs really snugly into the figure, and once in, it ain't comin' out unless you want it to. The base itself is also really nicely shaped and small enough to be out of the way so it doesn't obstruct movement or take up too much shelf space. Kudos to the Max Factory guys with this.
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kusakaice Jul 22, 2012  Student General Artist
i agree with you, their stands are one of the best unlike the revoltech stands where you have to ''balance'' the figure if the figure is too heavy. and sometimes, the conecting piece would snap.
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xxLelouchxx67 Jul 23, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very true; especially with clear plastic, which tends to be more brittle, I always have breaking stands left and right that kinda just decompose as time wears on...but the Figmas seem pretty top-notch. :)
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kusakaice Jul 23, 2012  Student General Artist
itd be nice if their company could change their stands ><
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UDtheAesir Jul 22, 2012  Student General Artist
Nice!
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