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A question for Nendoroid collectors

A question for Nendoroid collectors
16 Oct 2011 04:21:57

I have a question for all of the Nendoroid collectors. How do you store your extra unused parts? At the moment I keep mine in their boxes but it's not the most convenient option. I was wondering what you guys do with them.

Edit- I just ended up reorganizing my boxes to be easier to access.
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DarkLisenok (Russia)
16 Oct 2011, 04:36:53
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I keep them in a package that goes with them *3*
sorry for my bad English ^^`
Impending_Sky (Russia)
16 Oct 2011, 06:44:18
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Same here, they are just in nendo-boxes, because I don't use them often =3
rupanRinsan (Estonia)
16 Oct 2011, 07:59:58
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I usually keep all boxes from hi-tech stuff I have, so right all their parts are stored in a Toshiba camera box; faces divided from some extra-stuff by a piece of carton.
Я так чувствую, что если попаду в ад, то Сатана назначит общение со мной в качестве пытки.
Jobibi (USA)
17 Oct 2011, 11:53:47
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I have a craft/tackle box with adjustable compartments. There's two layers, the top one fits figma stuff perfectly, and the bottom the extra nendo parts. Anything too big for that goes into a figma bag and 'filed' into a larger cardboard box.

I have two of these. Problem is, they're like $15 a pop at Wal-Mart (craft section I believe) but I've never found any other kind that I like. Those little cheap $2 'bead boxes' or whatever tend to warp and gaps form that little pieces can fall through/out.

The other issue I have is that I've been prioritizing figmas, so I'm out of space in both boxes for those but still have plenty of nendo slots. I need another box. TT_TT Ideally I'd like to find a good one for just figmas, since those are going to quickly completely outnumber the nendos (any suggestions there?). Might have to check out what the fishing department has next time...
mu597 (USA)
17 Oct 2011, 13:46:07
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I keep my figma parts in the bags they come with, which I store in plastic containers. I have the containers organized by type or theme. I do the same thing with other figures as well, but with small ziploc bags from a craft store. (I've been thinking about doing the same with my Nendoroids)
Jobibi (USA)
17 Oct 2011, 14:04:11
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That's what I've had to start doing since I'm out of space. But the bags are starting to get kinda jumbled together and it's hard to find things at a glance like I can with the boxes. If I could find something that's just like the top half of the boxes I have, or better yet two tiered like mine but double figma compartments, I'd buy like 5. I've tried searching online, but most of what I get in results is either the cheapo boxes, or things with HUGE compartments, etc etc.
Vivi (Russia)
17 Oct 2011, 11:57:55
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I keep mine in two instruments boxes ^^'
megumi_vocaloid (United Kingdom)
27 Oct 2011, 22:37:10
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I go with the cheap and easy option, I got some boxes from Ikea. They come with more in the pack and are useful for other things! I put a tissue in one because it was hard to see BRS's parts in the black so the the tissue helps and the bigger boxes are useful for figma bags too.

Hope this is somewhat useful!

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