Yoshino Fake Figure Review To begin with, I do not condone the purchase of fake figures, if youre interested in buying figures then its best to buy from retailers such as AmiAmi, Hobbylink Japan and Jlist. Otaku.co.uk has a great article here on unlicensed goods. The cost The figure was purchased from a popular auction site, unboxed for 22 with Free Post and Packing. There was also the option to buy the figure with a box but this was an additional 5 I wasn't willing to spend. Although the listing stated Free Shipping was 20-30 days, the figure arrived within 4 days using an express service, if the price is similar to EMS then that is about 10 shipping.Taking that into account, the figure cost about 12 what is laughably cheap. Packaging As mentioned above, I chose to purchase the unboxed version of the figure. This arrived safely in the plastic insert you would normally find the figure in, surrounded by bubble wrap, inside a weatherproof bag. The amount of packaging used was easily enough to stop the figure being damaged. Is it safe to say the figure cost about 10 now? Figure Im going to try and be as unbiased as possible with my pros and cons, but I feel it necessary to start with the cons. The biggest being the sphere part thats to the left of the figure, this is utterly horrible to look at due to the mismatching seam line, considering to just snap it off to be totally honest. Only other noticeable seam lines are on the Bunny ears and where the bunny ears are stuck on to the hood, these is less noticeable than the sphere and nowhere near as bad as some Prize Figures. Paint is a mix, if youre intending to have it on a shelf along with other figures for display rather than handling then its perfectly fine in my eyes. On the other hand, there are parts of the figure that arent painted correctly, unaligned and just sloppy, although this still better than some Prize Figures. It does seem the Seam Lines in the photo's show more than when its on the shelf. Be aware Im very worried about the smell that the figure had when it came out of the packaging, I do not know if this was the packing materials or the dodgy paints used but as its a fake figure Im putting my guess on Paint. If you intend to purchase fake figures, open them outside and let them air out in a dry dark place for about an hour just to be safe, not really a good idea to go sniffing it or handling it too much for the first few weeks just to be safe. Figure was also very difficult to put onto the base, if you thought genuine figures were a pain to assemble, this is a whole new thing. If you also like to look at figures with great detail you will also notice some of the body parts (Bare Arms/Neck from what you can see under the clothes) are not scaled correctly, but this isnt /that/ noticeable. Conclusion At this point I dont want to say Compared to the official figure.... as to me it seems very unfair comparing a 60 figure to a (essentially) 10 figure, although I can understand why people may do this as it is trying to directly copy said 60 figure. But its a really good quality figure compared to other figures around the same price. A few examples of that I own/have owned include: RWBY, Minami (Sega), Kagami (Sega) and Yui (Embrace Japan). (Other than the worry the paints going to literally kill me tonight) I find the figure to be of good quality for 22 (10). Although poor quality for anyone who wants to put the Official and Fake together. Once again, I DO NOT condone the purchase of Fake Figures If you have any Questions, Comments or Concerns, please leave them below or contact me via PM.