The vibration function is equipped and that had a seismic event for a figure world.
“Premium Bandai” (http://p-bandai.jp/?rt=pr) started to accept reservations of the figure “HG Vegeta” which shows the scene that Vegeta shed a tear because of the overwhelming fearfulness and hopelessness in the battle against Freeza from Dragon Ball Z ¥4,949 tax included/Shipping and fee are excluded).
This figure shows the scene from the popular animation “Dragon Ball Z” where “Vegeta” shed a tear because of his powerlessness and the terror of “Freeza”, who transformed into the final form, and specifically, this product was made to realize the sensation that “Vegeta” experienced in the battle. In the basement of the figure, a vibration function has been equipped, which is remarkable and revolutionary to truly realize the fear that Vegeta has experienced. It is the latest product from NEXT VENDOR’S INNOVATION, which has getting various feedbacks recently. In the web page to purchase the product, you can also see the video that the figure actually shakes.
■Overview of the product
・Name ：HG Vegeta
( http://p-bandai.jp/item/item-1000099029/?rt=pr )
・Price ：¥4,949(tax included)( Shipping and processing fee are excluded)
・Age ：Over 15 years old
・The content：A Vegeta figure
A background sheet
A pole・ a basement with a vibration function
※For vibration function, 3 size AAA batteries are needed (Batteries are excluded in this set)
・Sizer：Vegeta 115mm(with a basement and a pole: 160mm)
・Material ：Figure…PVC, Basement and pole…ABS
・Made in China
・Distribution source: Bandai Official Shopping website ”Premium Bandai”.
( http://p-bandai.jp/?rt=pr ). Other distribution sources are not decided yet.
・Reservation Period ：Monday 29 February 2016 11am – Thursday 31 March 2016 23pm
・The product is supposed to be transported in June 2016
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