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If you’re a first-time collector, all of the terminology surrounding the wide range of anime figures to choose from can be a bit confusing. Scale simply refers to the fact that these figures are designed to be an exact replica of a figure at a smaller scale. As you can imagine, that means that these pieces are of much higher quality than you might find in other product lines. Plaza Japan offers only the best figures, no matter whether you’re looking for figures from Good Smile Company or models from Bandai. When you want to add anime scale figures to your collection, we’re here to help!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for answers about anime scale figures? Let’s break down some frequently asked questions.
What scale are anime figures?
Scales vary by product, but scale figures are designed to mimic a character in a fixed pose based on their actual dimensions. You’ll likely find the specific scale of a product (like 1/6th or 1/12th) printed on it somewhere or in the product description.
How does scale correlate to size?
The scale determines the overall size of your model; the larger the denominator in the scale (the bottom number in the fraction), the larger your product will be.
How tall is a 1/8 anime scale figure?
Most 1/8 figures are around 9 inches tall. But for more specific dimension information, review the product description for your figure.
Do scale models hold their value?
If you care for your scale models with occasional cleaning and dusting, they should hold their value. However, most collectors pick up new scale models for the fun of collecting and not to amass a valuable collection.