As I said the other day, both the Kagamine twins showed up together from Hobby Search, Len was 2,261 Yen. Well here's my review on Len Kagamine. After this review I will be doing a Vocaloid Figma "Theater" style post which I hope to do the shooting for today. So you'll see plenty of the twins together and Miku too. It looks like November is truly a Vocaloid month for me. For those of you who may be tired of seeing nothing but Vocaloid things I assure you there will be more diversity next month, I'm currently awaiting arrival of two more Figma ^^ Well then on to the pictures and review!
This marks the first male figure I've bought, and my first male Figma. I'm happy to start out with a Vocaloid because I'm a fan. Len's quality is again just as his twin sister Rin, near perfection in comparison to previous figmas. Len comes in total with: 2 faces, 11 hands, one keytar, one keytar strap and of course the default Figma stand. The detail, the paint job, the easily removable and re-attachable hands, and the coolest part of all, the keytar. I really love it, one of the coolest figma accessories I've seen. The keytar comes with a strap which feels like thin plastic or rubber and does stretch a little bit. I noticed the keytar wasn't quite flat as if it possibly deformed a tiny bit during shipping from heat, or maybe during the creation process. I really don't know if this was a manufacturing defect or just supposed to be that way, but it doesn't bother me in the least because it doesn't really have any negative affect on the figure or it's looks. Well, nothing to rant about on this figure otherwise. Another fine Figma from Max Factory. Now I'll be quiet and let the pictures do the talking.