The Nendoroid Petite (ねんどろいどぷち) series is very similar to the primary series, but the figures are about half the size at around 6.5 cm each. They also include a small stand to display the figure. Nendoroid Petites are sold either as complete sets or in blind boxes with a random character.
ABS & PVC posable commercial figures, not to scale, each with stand included. Each approx. 65mm high. A total of 10 + 1 secret figure to collect.
Nendoroids are cute chibi-style characters that stand about 10cm tall and are based on characters from your favorite anime, games and more!
There is a newer line of Nendoroid dolls, however, and these have some important differences from the standard figures. First, they’re larger (about 5.5 inches tall) and they also have different articulation with not quite as many removable parts.
Head parts can be swapped out with the existing 1000 Nendoroid figures for all sorts of new display options! The head size is the same as the Nendoroid series, the doll’s body is around 10cm high, making the overall size slightly larger than standard Nendoroids.
The obvious choice is price, but it’s the ability to customize a Nendroid that draws people in I think. I buy them because they are cute, small and have different display options. It’s also fun to swap heads, faces, and accessories between characters.
1: A sticker of authenticity
A sticker is a surefire way to tell if a Nendoroid is genuine or not. HOWEVER, make sure the sticker has the company name on it. I have seen fake Nendoroids for sale that have a holographic sticker that says “OFFICIAL” even though the Nendoroid was obviously fake.
This is where fans come in: build their own by purchasing Nendoroids and mixing and matching the parts to create their own custom figures. These palm-sized chibi figures from Good Smile are a popular choice among collectors and fans.
Note that the “outfits” are non-detachable and the bodies aren’t usually posable either (except for the hands), so you’re basically just attaching your own Nendoroid’s head to them.
Storing your Nendoroids and their accessories
One way to do this is to keep all currently unused parts in the original Nendoroid packaging and then store the boxes elsewhere. However, if you are short on space, it may be inevitable that you will need to disassemble and fold your boxes to save space.
As you may have seen on Obitsu, the body is the body figure that you can use with a specific character’s head and transform them into humanoid figures. Obitsu bodies come in different sizes, but the one I’m going to focus on today is Obitsu 11, which works best with Nendoroid heads.
Product details. ABS Nendoroid stand. Base Size: Approx. 72mm x 65mm.
The rarest Nendoroid of all is undoubtedly the legendary GSC version of Hatsune Miku, decked out in the company’s signature orange colorway. While there are countless Miku Nendoroids and figures on the market, what makes this one so special is that there is said to be only one.
Nendoroid figures are mostly based on female characters from anime, manga or video game series such as Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, Steins;Gate, K-ON!, Haruhi Suzumiya , Fate /stay night, Vocaloid, etc.
The painting of our figures varies from figure to figure, since a large part is painted by hand. Unfortunately there are cases in which we unfortunately cannot offer a replacement for small color deviations.
You can easily attach the headpieces from previously released Nendoroids to give your favorite characters new ways to look! *Nendoroid headboards are not included with this product. *Please note that some Nendoroids may not be compatible with this product. *Sale ends when product is sold out.