Unboxing Video Rem SEGA LPM (Oni Tenshi ver.) Figure

Unboxing Video Rem SEGA LPM (Oni Tenshi ver.) Figure

Unbox the Rem SEGA LPM (Oni Tenshi ver.) prize figure from SolarisJapan shop in our debut YouTube video. Check out packaging and figure quality firsthand.

Last updated: 2024-04-17
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The Rem prize figure from SolarisJapan arrives well-packaged with very minor box dents. Figure itself is in good condition, though hair and eyes differ slightly from the box image. Prize figures offer affordability and decent quality, making them a value-for-money option.
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Welcome to our debut unboxing video on our fresh new YouTube channel! In this premiere, we dive into unpacking a Rem SEGA LPM (Oni Tenshi ver.) prize figure, from SolarisJapan shop. Follow along as we show how SolarisJapan packs it's products and how Rem prize figure looks like in real life.

SolarisJapan Package

During the initial turns we see that the package, reached us with no major signs of damage. So was very promising that the box inside will be pristine as well.

The figure box inside the package is wrapped in two layers of bubble wrap, large air pocketed on the outside and again tightly with your regular bubble wrap.

Rem Figure Box Outside

The box had a few dent marks on the corners, but they were very minor and could have been there before the shipping.

Otherwise the figure box has pretty simple design - on the front we have a large Rem close-up and minor art on the sides.

Inside the Rem Figure Box

The blister pack was slightly crumpled on the lower side (where Rem legs are) and overall felt a bit flimsy. These details can be a bit of a downer but they can be written of as "prize figure" quality as it often lacks perfection. However, the figure itself displayed no damage and was ready for display!

Rem Figure Notes

The hair and eyes in the physical figure did not match exactly with the box picture - a tiny heartbreak for hard-core Rem fans. But then again, we'll be repeating ourselves, as this is a common occurrence in prize figures.

Sum Up

Despite some minor drawbacks, prize figures provide value for money, being among the most affordable figurines. The only less expensive alternative are gachapons, but they sacrifice even more on quality and size. Overall, the figure is good enough, and if you're not looking to spend over $50, it offers the best value for your money.

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