Hello, Hello! Abi here with my new PriPara Nendoroid! I’ve been watching the anime around from when it started and now I am obsessed with the arcade game as well. I pre-ordered this Nendoroid when it came out and it finally arrived after a few months of waiting.
If you’ve ever purchased or seen a boxed Nendoroid before you may notice that it doesn’t look like the two figures in the above picture. That is because these are Nendoroid Co-de and that means that they are a bit cheaper than normal Nendoroids as they have less parts. I paid 1,920 yen for each figure on Ami Ami.
Here are all the parts that came with Lala in her Cutie Ribbon Co-de 🙂 In case you were wondering, co-de is the Japanese “spelling” for the word coord as in coordinate! These Nendoroids are called that because you can mix and match their outfits!
Then here are the parts that go with the Twinkle Ribbon Cyalume Co-de! As you can see there are not a bunch of parts. No extra limbs or face pieces! I am liking this a lot because they’re super easy to set up for photos. Of course they only have one pose, but that doesn’t bother me at all.
Here is Lala and Lala! Their hair and bows are exactly the same, but other than that the outfits and faces are totally different. I also like that they have a little peg on their foot that can go right into the stand and you don’t have to worry about messing with an unstable stand.
Nendoroid Co-de are exactly the same size as normal Nendoroids so their parts can be mixed and matched! I think Snow Miku looks adorable as a PriPara idol! She is a wonderful singer after all!
I also uploaded an unboxing video of these cuties on my YouTube if you want to check it out 🙂