Best dispaly stands according to redditors

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u/trexofwanting · 13 pointsr/DMAcademy

I would definitely think about using combat tiers or acrylic display risers to simulate being able to move freely in Limbo. Could also use these risers to simulate debris (e.g., floating rocks and crystal geodes, etc) hurtling across the battle map. Could additionally have tiers of battle maps, representing higher and higher elevations, with the Githyanki fort at the zenith.

I found some rules for ship-to-ship combat here.

u/J-Stan · 11 pointsr/funkopop
u/OldTaco77 · 9 pointsr/AnimeFigures

After a bit of shopping around I went with these

I’m really happy with them and the Nendoroids fit fine on them as long as they don’t need much room. But I think some of the bigger ones like Ishtar or Shimakaze will have to put in the back row.

u/Monkeysnott · 9 pointsr/criticalrole

I use these, they may not have a height meter but they work well.
Figured i would share them for those of us that are poor.

u/holamode · 9 pointsr/tea

I bought a cheap one off Amazon just for this!]

u/ny2dc · 8 pointsr/weddingplanning

We had 165 guests, and probably bought about 60-70lbs of candy (most websites recommend you have 0.5 lbs /person).

We used CVS and Amazon for bulk sized bags of the typical stuff (5lb bags of kitkat/reeses, peanut M&Ms, Haribo gummy bears and gummy cola; 1lb bags of Dove chocolate) and various online vendors for non-traditional gummy/licorice, since I'm a candy-fiend who wanted brand name, extensive, yet slightly outside-the-norm variety. We used Sweet Factory and Economy Candy, since they had the most extensive collection but there's a ton of different online vendors out there, that are all similarly priced, such as Candy Warehouse and Oriental Trading (good if you want to shop by color, and don't care about brand) We thought about springing for personalized M&M's, but found them kinda pricy and not worth it--since we had so many other types of candy, I doubt anyone would have noticed. If we were JUST doing M&M's, we probably would have done it, though I remember the shipping time taking awhile (at least in late April, during the start of wedding season)

Our candy was out the entire time, and at the end, all the chocolate was gone, most of the gummies were gone, and the licorice was eaten the least. The most popular of the unique candies were Gummy ice creams. We had about 10 or 15lbs left over, which we ate for a few days, then gave the remainder away.

All our glass jars came from various thrift stores and Michael's, and were a range of sizes, heights, and shapes. We got the scoops, bags, and a few plastic risers from Amazon, some trays from Ikea for the scoops, and then gave everything to our coordinator to set up and lay out, and let them figure out what looked best. It was a HUGE HUGE hit,and one of my favorite things to plan.

u/iliketoeatwatermelon · 8 pointsr/funkopop

Thanks! The risers are these ones from Amazon, and the cabinet is in front of a window so it's actually just natural light coming through.

u/CaptainMattMerica · 8 pointsr/MarvelLegends

Amazon. I tried the 12” version but they are too tall. Here is the link for 9x6 that worked for me.

u/MadamBeramode · 7 pointsr/kpopcollections

Depends on your shelf layout. I use gibson holders and acrylic risers.

You can see my display here.

I would post an image of your current collection set up so people can give suggestions.

u/Bouhuysxxx · 7 pointsr/funkopop

Try these.
2 Pack 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Risers Clear by Combination of Life

I can fit about 5 on each shelf and then whatever you want to put on the bottom shelf that it's sitting on

u/theeandroid · 7 pointsr/amiibo

Amazon 2 packs

u/L-2-P · 7 pointsr/funkopop

I was looking at these for my son's wrestling collection. Can get 2 for $24

u/tits_mcgheee · 6 pointsr/weddingplanning

In the span of you posting your first comment and now I found and bought these same lil dudes on amazon! Should work quite nicely!

3.5" Clear Plastic Easels or Stand/Plate Holders to Display Pictures, Placecards, or Other Items at Weddings, Home Decoration, Birthdays, Tables (12 Pack)

u/karspearhollow · 6 pointsr/funkopop

Probably this one.

u/mangoldm · 6 pointsr/amiibo

1 2

u/SilentHush1 · 6 pointsr/funkopop

NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75)

u/AdamBlue · 6 pointsr/starwarscollecting But, if there's something better, I'm all ears. This gets the job done, but I feel like there could be something better.

u/nolonger_superman · 5 pointsr/Gameboy

I got these from Amazon. They look ok, but I might try building a wooden stand or something. If you touch these, they tend to fall off the stand and cause a domino effect. If they're going on a shelf and you won't touch them often, it's probably a good buy. If they're within reach of a 6 year old, I'd recommend something sturdier.

u/HeyitzClay · 5 pointsr/amiibo

Not sure of the dimension of your cabinet but these will really make your collection pop.

u/BugbiteSwords · 5 pointsr/grandorder

The stand appears to be one of these.

u/Ecuagirl · 5 pointsr/amiibo

Deltof are used by many amiibo collectors. You're right about the best use of space though. Three tier racks help with that issue

u/NortWind · 5 pointsr/fossils

You might want to have it cut with a trim saw to reduce the bulk of the matrix. Then I would get a stand, so the specimen could be displayed upright, which will reduce the amount of dust on it, and make it more visible.

u/TheConfuzled · 5 pointsr/mineralcollectors

Also, sorry for making two comments, but I recommend that you sell off stuff you don't want, especially the smaller and lower quality pieces that many start off with as first pieces.

Here's some links for specific stands that I recommend. They should be versatile and are budget friendly.

U-Stands. Great for highlighting pieces in the back of displays and adding accents, sometimes can be rotated to create a two level effect.

Easel Stands. Good for displaying slabs or even books.

Sliding Stands. Good for vertical pieces, and can hold much more than you would think. Really wide pieces can start adding too much weight, so don't push them too far.

Peg Stands. Subtle and easy to incorporate into any display. 1 2 3

Slotted Acrylic Stands. Meant to hold labels so they're easy to see for pieces in the back or on higher shelves.

u/fightclub98 · 4 pointsr/vinyl

I bought these, comes with two and they're cheap.

u/catonegg · 4 pointsr/funkopop

No problem! I'm using these. If you get the 2-pack you save a little bit per riser. Also each one comes with a little screwdriver. I now have 10 identical screwdrivers.

u/Neobobfalcon · 4 pointsr/funkopop

Not sure if that one is the same size but I use that same model for my amiibo display

Stair Display

u/I_AM_A_SAILOR · 4 pointsr/funkopop


Combination of Life 2 Packs 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/JoesusTBF · 4 pointsr/MarvelLegends

The brand is Combination of Life, I buy them on Amazon.

u/cte · 4 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I’m using these:

A pricier but probably nicer option:

u/Z0MBGiEF · 4 pointsr/dvdcollection

For those interested in the stand, I picked up a set of 6 on Amazon for $9.99. Here's the link:

The stands are awesome, they are adjustable, it will accommodate different sizes as needed so it will even work on larger cases.

u/AnimeCreator · 4 pointsr/amiibo

the biggest issue i see here is the waste of space each shelf has. what you need are a few riser stands, make sure you measure the size of each square panel you have so you dont waste money buying something you can't use.

overall you're looking for something like this

also please put that link statue on a shelf whenever you can. its...its just wrong to leave it on the ground

u/DifficultAmbassador · 4 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I suggest either:

Depending on what you're arranging. Admittedly not from Ikea, but they fit well and look nice.

u/Spongekabob · 4 pointsr/amiibo

The IKEA Detolf cabinet is really nice. Looks fantastic, and is very affordable, I believe its 60 bucks. Ive seen so also other collectors on this sub also use the detolf cabinet, and everyone ive talked to about it loves it as well. I also use some typical acrylic risers from Amazon. Makes it so each shelf can hold around 36 amiibo (4 shelves, 144 amiibo total).



NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75)

For the risers definitely get the 12 by 8.75.

I hope this helps! :)

u/kalzeth · 4 pointsr/starwarscollecting

I have both of these:
Acrylic Riser Stand Shelf for...

InterDesign Linus Spice Rack,...

u/Goodwill_Gamer · 3 pointsr/gaming

Just look up "picture frame stand" and you'll get tons of different options.
This is a pretty good one

u/RobotCatCo · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Absolutely, otherwise you can't fit more than 2-3 large figures without having your figures in the back blocked by those in the front. Here's some pics of my setup:

The risers I use:
Set A
Set B
Set C

u/Siedrah · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

This is what I bought, search the product name without the size and you should get some different colors and sizes to pick from.

u/zachalicious · 3 pointsr/baseballcards
u/gallon-of-vinegar · 3 pointsr/gamecollecting

I don’t have any personally but I’ve seen some people use these to display some more valuable or collectible games.

u/rogetoledan5 · 3 pointsr/amiibo

Here you go! They have a larger size as well.
9-Inch W by 6.25-Inch D Amiibo Display Shelf 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/jacobaruss · 3 pointsr/Funko

I don’t know any alternatives to detolf but these are my go-to shelves for going in the cabinets12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/ThrowawaySomebody · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/VelvetVoiceVJ · 3 pointsr/ActionFigures

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/andCastles · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I use these and they look like this .. each row comfortably holds four pops and you can put two 6" pops on the top row if you need to and they look nice there. Hope this helps!

u/ChibiSaturn · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Actually these are just tops from acrylic display cases from a place called daiso japan. I think you can buy them in larger groups on their online us website & they come in different sizes.

and the nendoroids are on these.

u/LemonMIntCat · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I use these three level risers, these fit the standard bases only, 3 level risers edit fixed link I also have this set, of 3 smaller risers as well just for other figures.

u/offtheheezy425 · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/Shaggy158 · 3 pointsr/AmiiboCanada

The Detolf is pretty awesome, currently have 2 of them to manage most of the amiibo. I also use these acrylic stands to make it look even better! It brings up the price quite a bit (I have 7 stands so far) but I think it's worth it to really display the collection.

u/Ghostkill221 · 3 pointsr/KingdomDeath

I know some people are getting Wave 2 Soon, and with it the Spidicules. The spidicules is one of my favorite showdowns, and unfortunately due to a unwieldy model, doesn't get as much love as it should in my opinion. So I wanted to encourage everyone to try something like this to help them out.

Tools Needed:

  • cooking pot
  • Tongs
  • Salt
  • Water
  • Superglue
  • A base (mine was the small one of these 3 from: Amazon
  • Optional: 2-3mm Drill and headpeg: Also Amazon (putting a headpeg and base on the body isnt needed for the final product but it really makes assembly much easier)

    I thought this was going to be much harder than it ended up being.

    Simply add salt to water(increasing boiling temp), bring it to a near boil, Submerge midsection of the leg you want to alter, then use the tongs to bend it slightly. Be sure not to submerge for too long, and try to keep the part that slides into the body out of the water.

    Keep refitting the leg back into the main body and then adjusting it until its about how you want it, then glue it all together.

    I previously showed my modded spidicules (sans a pair of legs and paint) but I wanted to help anyone whos getting the model new to have a more enjoyable experience with them.

    Feel Free to ask any questions!

    Edit: If anyone want to do the headpeg thing. I drilled a hole throughthe assembled body (without Face.) put greenstuff over the hole from the inside. then just glued the flightstand stick into position.

    Edit 2: in case anyone tries this, i should mention that the headpeg actually uses 2 of the flight stands glued together.
u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Minerals

Here's a comment with some stand recommendations that I gave to someone else.

Here's some links for specific stands that I recommend. They should be versatile and are budget friendly.

U-Stands. Great for highlighting pieces in the back of displays and adding accents, sometimes can be rotated to create a two level effect.

Easel Stands. Good for displaying slabs or even books.

Sliding Stands. Good for vertical pieces, and can hold much more than you would think. Really wide pieces can start adding too much weight, so don't push them too far.

Peg Stands. Subtle and easy to incorporate into any display. 1 2 3

Slotted Acrylic Stands. Meant to hold labels so they're easy to see for pieces in the back or on higher shelves.

This is all really for cabinet sized pieces, but I don't really know what you have so this may or may not work.

u/squallluis · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I’ve seen a few people use these to maximize vertical space.

Acrylic Riser Stand Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pop Figure Display, 3 Steps Acrylic Display for Decoration and Organizer-Small, 3-Tier, Clear(9x6 inch)

u/joi635 · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I'm not the OP but I think I have the same risers as he does for my nendoroids. Here's an amazon link for them. It's the 12x8.75 option.

u/mAcAttAck37b5 · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/Lavidon · 3 pointsr/amiibo

You should consider getting some risers so that way you can actually see the amiibos in the back of the crowd.

u/dywarren8 · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I got them off of Amazon! The link is: NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75) They’re a little expensive but they have really maximized my space and I like the stage setup.

u/kickflip012 · 3 pointsr/starwarscollecting

NIUBEE Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75-2 Pack)

I love those risers for Funkos and 6 inch. Detolf from ikea is a cheap ($60) option and looks great. The risers fit perfectly in there.

I guess it all boils down to what you’re collecting though.

u/NintendoFanBoy83 · 3 pointsr/amiibo

Did that work? They're made by Niubee. I bought the 12" x 8.75" version, but there was another size option.

u/badaboom423 · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I used Container store ones at first, but those are kinda expensive and didn't fit that many.

I got a few of these, can fit more Pops and they're pretty sturdy:

u/egypturnash · 2 pointsr/wacom

I have a 13". I also have some wire display stands I use when I'm showing my stuff at comic cons. I took a spare one, bent the bottom straight, and taped it to the back.

It's a little hard to stick it into my bag like this but it works incredibly well to prop it up, and is very light.

Not sure that link is the actual stand, they come in multiple sizes. Right brand though.

u/keanex · 2 pointsr/vinyl

They look nice, but it's super easy to build a small "now playing" and etc shelf. I built two with no skills building anything for $10 total and 10 minutes of work. These are wall mounted and would look really nice if I put more work and skill into it.

Since these will be almost completely obstructed from view, you can replace them with cheap aluminum stands that will serve the same purpose.

u/Zebraniac · 2 pointsr/DCcomics
u/pespi13 · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/starryeyedsky · 2 pointsr/amiibo

This is what I use. Just ordered several more actually. Dimensions:

> 9-Inch W by 6.25-Inch D by 6-Inch H. Each step measures 2-Inch D.

These used to sit on built in shelves, but I just bought a half-height half-width Ikea Billy with a Glass door to display them instead. Set it up last night actually. Glass shelves with one of these on each shelf. The craftsmanship on each step-display is inconsistent, but for the price it is great.

I can upload a photo of my previous setup and new setup (as of last night) using the risers if you like.

Edit: Apparently I bought the last two in stock (sorry). It is sold directly by Amazon so they will restock.

u/the_nobu · 2 pointsr/araragi

Cool, great timing. Happy shopping!

By the way, I've also purchased acrylic risers that really helps make your display look better. The figures are typically much shorter than each individual shelf so the risers help balance the look.

u/BILGERVTI · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

These are the ones I use:
Each "one" comes with a 3x3x3, a 4x4x4, and a 5x5x5. I ordered two sets and they were completely clean, clear, and unscratched. They came in individual plastic bags all matryoshka'd together.
There are lower profile ones like this as well.

u/shaosam · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I gotchu fam. Amazon has a pretty solid selection of cheap acrylic risers.

u/JennaroniPepperoni · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I'm pretty sure that one might be my 5 inch tall riser from this set on Amazon. They even come in different colors!

u/Bystronicman08 · 2 pointsr/dvdcollection

Ah, that's what they are! Also called plastic easels


u/BloodyUsernames · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

I bought my mother a plate holder for that purpose. Like this, but only one of them.

u/too-many-books · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

I looked at little stands like these for my cards before deciding to just pin them to a board!

u/A-A-RON_56 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Bought off of amazon, good quality and not a bad price.

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic...

u/princealiofil · 2 pointsr/funkopop


Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 9-Inch W by 6.25-Inch D

u/weebSanity · 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/Spidey-Senses · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Dropped_YourPocket · 2 pointsr/SquaredCircle

Nothing special but they work great. They ship with a protective covering so they don’t scratch during shipment.

u/DarthCaligula · 2 pointsr/funkopop

I use these and they are pretty good. As you can see, they don't fit the bookcase as I would like, but I like them for what they are.

Cap and Bat OOB Collection

u/P0pAddict · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Have ordered both sizes of this and had good experiences, just have to make sure you get the legs level when you screw them on, or your pops will tip over eventually.

u/Gr4mm4rN4zi · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

These are the ones I've got. They can cleanly fit 5 Nendoroid bases side-by-side (square or circular, same diameter) per tier, so 15 max on the riser, and there's space for another 5 on the shelf itself. They're a bit on the bigger side but they make up for it with capacity.

u/Figs01 · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

This is the one I use and it’s amazing fits about 4-5 nendos each row if you carefully place them.

u/Othiar · 2 pointsr/amiibo

It is a bit pricey. All 4 comes up to more then the case sadly.

But I am a stickler and loved the look so I has to bite the bullet on the purchase.

u/EnigmaUnboxed · 2 pointsr/amiibo

Dude, from personal experience Get a few of these they fit great in these cases!

u/p_iynx · 2 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

Make sure you get one of those little plexiglass pedestals, so that it almost looks like the cashews are floating in midair. 😂

u/Grandpa_Nick · 2 pointsr/amiibo

u/Vexiified · 2 pointsr/funkopop

No problem. Here it is

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pops Figures Clear 12 inches W by 8.5 inches D

u/peterleo90 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Combination of Life 2 Packs 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/Evancurtis9 · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/mahlookma · 2 pointsr/funkopop

There's more than one seller for 3-tier acrylic stands of this kind, but I found the best price is from Combination of Life. They're currently at 2 for $36.99. They ship covered in film, and each has its own cleaning cloth and screwdriver. I have so many small screwdrivers right now.

u/-DaGa · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I use these for my nendoroids. So I’ve been picking up the petites to put in front of the first level.

u/second_ary · 2 pointsr/vinyl

are there any good "now playing" record stands/art easels that people use besides the ikea one? i have the wire one from walmart and it's kinda flimsy. i just want something i can just drop my sleeves onto while playing a record. maybe one that holds more than one record in case i grab a few from the shelf. i've seen this but i dont $35 need it. i currently use something like this but it's too big. i like this idea but it doesnt look stable enough to just sit on a desk.

u/Haileyannn1234 · 2 pointsr/dvdcollection

these they’re pretty nice!

u/WellforgedGaming · 2 pointsr/minipainting

Solar Display Stand Turntable, Battery Double Used Rotating Display for Jewelry Spinner Watch Hobby Collection Shelf Without Led Light,1Pc(Black)

u/ClearAirTurbulence3D · 2 pointsr/ElegooMars

I use this nail UV light from Amazon.

I give the resin 2 or 3 minutes under the lights and that's enough to fully cure it.

To rotate the models under the light, I use this solar powered display

If the model and rotating display are too tall to fit under the light, I support the light on some plastic boxes. Try not to look at the light and keep pets away.

u/Sithslayer78 · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

Here are the things I bought:

Turn Table:


Timer (Sold out even though I bought it like a week ago, there are some related things that should work)

Unfortunately the rest was scrap that I had been hoarding. I salvaged that M3D mini frame from the garbage, the red UV blocking Polycarb was salvaged off of a broken laser cutter, the handle and hinge were from the junk pile (but could easily be printed), and the rest was stuff I had lying around (wire, tin foil, electrical tape, glue). You can buy uv resistant polycarb from amazon and for the case many people use small boxes or buckets like the lixhult from IKEA or a paint bucket for which they make a clear lid.

u/jaboloff · 2 pointsr/Gundam
u/SuperJimmers · 2 pointsr/LoveLive

I got the 12x8.5 inch one here, you can find the same one searching "acrylic riser" on if you're in Canada :)

u/Kylehenry2004 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

These look like they could work, personally I use the boxes as stands, but it’s up to you

u/Urobulus · 2 pointsr/amiibo

Got them from and they are from the company Niubee (they call them Acrylic Riser Stand Shelf). 25$ (CAD) a piece for the 12'' one. Probably a lot cheaper if you are in the US on


u/Zlatandinho · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Shinbone_901 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Correct, got them off Amazon. NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser...

u/rpalmer3 · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Vox9mcg · 2 pointsr/funkopop

It’s 2 Niubee acrylic risers. Got a 2-pack off Amazon.

u/WaluigiIsMyWaifu · 2 pointsr/amiibo

I would check out these risers. I use them to display figures a little smaller then amiibo and they look great.

u/rkt898 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

I got it on Amazon. Here’s a link :)

u/Wogasm · 2 pointsr/funkopop

It’s actually a mix, I’ve found that most of them on amazon probably come from the same place. The most current ones I’ve ordered though are these:

Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75 - 2 Pack)

u/anttoekneeee · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/moneyballin22 · 1 pointr/vinyl

Yeah, for sure. It's something I found on Amazon awhile ago. Here's a link.

u/izpoodave · 1 pointr/deathgrips

Here. It works pretty well. I had to bend mine a little so it wouldn't wobble.

u/adipose_rex1 · 1 pointr/vinyl

You can use a plate stand. They sell them for displaying decorative plates. Frame shops also sell mini stands for holding picture frames up without brackets. I don't know of any record specific items, but those would work fine. (Edit spelling *shod = shop)

Edit: here's a link:

u/DeackonFrost · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Since you have a bunch of tiny figures you could display the most out of them with different kinds of raisers like this one or something more crazy like this one. I just linked the first thing I found, I bet you could get a better deal if you search a bit more.

u/CrowClone · 1 pointr/amiibo

If you don't mind acrylic, Azar? I imported a wider one from Amazon US for ~£23.50. Delivery took 1 week.

u/nfreakoss · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Sure. These are what I got, though I definitely got them cheaper (the price fluctuates so much). Don't spend more than $15 on these, the quality isn't that great; they look exactly like you see in the picture, screws and all, and aren't too stable.

u/mkm09 · 1 pointr/amiibo

Looks tacky and will definitely scratch the bases of the amiibo. I personally like this clear one:

u/pinkmagedon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I actually really like the ferris wheel. Maybe you can use uhh, those hankercheif/scarves to make make-shift tents, or a circus ring to go with it. Possibly set up a mini game for small prizes, or 50 cents off or something to that effect. I'd use a flat color table cloth so everything else pops out more. White/black, probably.

something like this would display things quite well, too. Maybe for the cups. They have a whole bunch of different kinds and sizes.

u/antxcore · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Alot of people recommend this
But it's mainly used as a raiser. You might be able to makeshift use it as a single display.
Otherwise if you're talking about a single enclosed container for a single figure, there's not too big of a market for cheap display cases that I know of.

u/kingofquackz · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

The one in the second highest shelves of the middle and right detolf is from the container store. It's a 5x5x10 inches (dxhxw) riser.
There is a 4x4x4 riser in the second shelf of the right detolf as well which I got from amazon.

u/ShadowCrossZero · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I used this one for the nendoroids, and these for some of the scales.

u/hotpinkfishfood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well to get stuff off the table take some small cardboard boxes and wrap them in pretty paper. Then you can set your stuff on them at different heights. It catches the eye more.

EDIT: I just randomly found these and thought they would be prefect for you.

u/BlamSham · 1 pointr/photography

I'm actually trying to do some jewelry photography myself.

The first method I tried is shooting on glass with diffuser panels. Then underneath the glass, I had another diffuser panel with a bright continuous light right behind it. That made the background pure white. There were no shadows because it was on glass. And the reflection doesn't show up if the background is bright enough. Unfortunately, using this method, there were a ton of reflections that I couldn't really control.

So then I tried shooting inside a light box. I cut a hole the size of my lens in a piece of big white cardboard. So the only reflection what would show up is the lens, which is easy to spot remove in photoshop. Inside the lightbox, I have the piece of jewelry on a piece of acrylic. Something like this:

To make the background pure white, I put a light underneath the lightbox (I put the lightbox on top of a cardboard box with a hole it in). Then I also put a light right against the back of the lightbox. So the bottom and the back of the lightbox are very bright and make the background pure white (or very close to it so that you can just fix the levels in photoshop).

Here are some test shots I did recently:

The last one was done without a lightbox. It makes the gem stones look much more dynamic, but the lightbox makes the whole thing look cleaner and without any bad reflections. I might try and do multiple exposures so that I can get the best of both worlds with dynamic stones and also a clean overall look.

The main issue I'm having with the rings is that the clients wants the gem at the top and the band at the bottom. I've just been flipping them vertically in photoshop which looks alright, but sometimes it looks a bit funny because it's like a mirror image of the piece of jewelry. I might end up having to use wax or a fishing wire to get the rings to stand up properly in the correct orientation.

If anyone has any advice or tips for me as well, let me know. I'm not charging much ($15 per piece), and there were 37 pieces of jewelry to photograph... so my method can't take very long for each piece of jewelry.

edit: shooting with a Canon T5i at f/11, iso 100. Using a Canon 60mm f/2.8 macro lens. I'm using focus stacking also.

u/miyari · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I have Detolfs and I buy these for three-step risers.

Here is a photo.

I also have this set of 3 individual risers. It looks like they're slightly bigger than the ones you linked.

Here is a photo.

Hope this helps!

u/Oceslope · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I've got three sets of these.

u/blubrydnsh · 1 pointr/discgolf

I don't display any of mine - but I'd imagine these would be dope. Could put them in your fine china display case.

u/Neuronarchy · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

I got the weighted holder things on Amazon although I was also considering using the plastic easel stands.

I've seen a lot of people also use these frames from IKEA.

u/Darkspanner · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Little stands I found on Amazon.

3.5" Clear Plastic Easels or Stand / Plate Holders to Display Pictures, Placecards, or Other Items at Weddings, Home Decoration, Birthdays, Tables (12 Pack)

They make some nicer ones but these get the job done

u/Orgell_Evaan · 1 pointr/StarshipPorn

The Ikea Detolf is the go-to entry-level display case over in r/Gunpla - it's relatively inexpensive and easy to light. For smaller kits you can either add shelves using clamps on the vertical rods and locally sourced glass for the shelves, or with smaller acrylic shelves.

u/TheRainRanger · 1 pointr/funkopop

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pops Figures Clear 9 inches W by 6.25 inches D

u/BFshinySW · 1 pointr/amiibo

Have you considered getting [these] ( I dont know about the sizing, as I just clicked on the first result that came up.

u/MidnaMajora · 1 pointr/amiibo

The tiered ones are these. They're perfect for amiibo. The only downside is they're only the 3 rows, so I ordered the small ones to make a couple more rows.

The small ones are these. They're great, but I had to order a bunch of them, so just realize that.

u/Donuttella · 1 pointr/AmiiboCanada

Link to Amazon

I really like it, I have another one for the other Zelda amiibos.

u/dommmmmy · 1 pointr/funkopop
u/roastkumara · 1 pointr/Gunpla

Fair point, but I find that the sheer amount of space action bases take up isn't very judicious - I was thinking of something like this but maybe closer to where I live (New Zealand)

u/validproof · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Thinking this might fit and bring them out more
12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/crono333 · 1 pointr/amiibo

I believe this is the one I have... but I would measure your display just in case it's not. It should fit really well on the shelf.

12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/aburningman · 1 pointr/amiibo

I like these clear acrylic stands, the 12-inch version is a good size for all but the largest amiibo, which I just put on the top shelf. I purchased some from a more expensive brand, but later found these ones that seem to be pretty much identical:

They'd look good on any shelf IMO, but as the reviews state, they're a perfect complement for Ikea detolf or similar standing glass display cases and fill out the available vertical space in there amazingly well.

u/ElJurt · 1 pointr/amiibo

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/XnotAcitizenX · 1 pointr/amiibo
u/Chef_Oso89 · 1 pointr/amiibo

The link is for the 12" for $20, and you can also get a 9" for $16.
Also ships with prime, I bought one 12" for the top, & two 9" ones for inside the shelf.

u/Red__Rain77 · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures
u/openshutter · 1 pointr/funkopop

Oh man, all sorts of possibilities! You could go with the tried and true method of stacking the Pop boxes themselves and using those. This post for example, you can see OP used them as tiered stands on the bookshelves. Probably cheapest option since the boxes come with the Pops, most of the time.

After that, you can try buying plastic/acrylic risers. Amazon and the container store have these available most of the time, Amazon having more sizing options. Most people use the clear acrylic ones with their detolf glass cases from ikea. But they’re definitely not limited to just those cases

After that you can try making your own out of foam board. The stuff is pretty cheap at Micheal’s or Walmart and with one sheet, I think you can make ~2 stands. This was the guide I followed. Didn’t use her exact measures, but more so as a template. I’ve got 2 two tiered stands I made from this method.
Hope this helps some!

u/StarWarsFever · 1 pointr/funkopop

oh cool--this is the one i's only 12" wide. I like the option of an 18" wide one. Thanks!

u/TWRogue · 1 pointr/amiibo

Here! I got the 12 x 8.5.

u/LucyMcCat · 1 pointr/Gunpla

If you've got a detolf, I found that this stand fills a shelf really well- you can get 12-15 HGs on there.

u/Kudoii · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures
u/Tenelli · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I'm using a detolf with these. Can get 5 per step and another row in front on Detolf shelf for a total of 20 Nendoroids per shelf.

u/iiTzDAZE · 1 pointr/funkopop

Yea here you go, I use the 12” ones acrylic risers

u/legacyblade · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

The risers I personally use in my detolf are these ones

I have two sets of them. They don't TECHNICALLY let you fit more figures in the case, but they let you rise up figures in the back. Which lets you have more per-shelf without them covering eachother up.

Varying the verticality of each figure helps the display look more dynamic as well. (This would help a lot with your collection especially, since most of your figures are about the same size)

u/When_Ducks_Attack · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I bought a set of these, they've worked out perfect for me... but I don't use detolf. I've got a couple of these... better use of available space than trying to retrofit to detolf-style towers.

u/VillyVonVinterkvall · 1 pointr/transformers

While not cheap, I bought these as a set and they're roughly 8 for $30. They come in variable sizes if you check the page.

Just check around amazon. There's loads of 'em.

u/Rifful · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Risers are the 5" ones here

u/IntelWarrior · 1 pointr/ActionFigures
u/lone0001 · 1 pointr/AmiiboCanada

Wow, it's actually a better deal to get two of them than it is to get a single one.

24.99 for one, 37.99 for two.

This one also looks rather cool but VERY expensive.

Here's a cheaper one that looks nice enough to display amiibo.

u/NicoBan · 1 pointr/funkopop
u/Fil90 · 1 pointr/amiibo

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pops Figures Clear 12 inches W by 8.5 inches D

u/PinballWizard273 · 1 pointr/funkopop

Its not a great pic and I still need to buy more characters but I want to do the unsnapped on the left and the snapped on the right. I have the Guardians but they wont really fit... but yeah... just more context

Shelves used:

u/admiralvic · 1 pointr/funkopop

Looks like this.

u/Cooking_Papa · 1 pointr/Megaman here it is, I bought two and they've been really good at displaying Nendoroids, Figmas and Amiibos

u/LeeHarveyT-Bag · 1 pointr/funkopop

Thanks! These guys as recommended on this sub. The 12 inch fits the Detolf shelf perfect.

u/maxdefcon · 1 pointr/funkopop

I got these and can fit 32 funkos on one shelf now. Two of them will fit on one shelf... 16/each.

u/rhymes_with_pail · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

Not sure they sell the finish I have anymore. Great for easy access to frequently played records and display purposes.

u/robalesi · 1 pointr/vinyl

KAIU Vinyl Record Storage - Solid Wood with Crystal Clear Acrylic Holder - Premium Design, Perfect 12" LPs or 7" Singles Display Unit - Stores and Sup

u/awsmdino · 1 pointr/StarWars

Link you to the saber displays?

[here are the ones I bought. ](Artliving Two Part Adjustable...

I’ve posted the picture of how they look in this thread. They’re pretty decent.

u/ActuaIButT · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Not sure if it would negatively affect how the disc based systems function, but some kind of raised-in-the-back, angled shelf display in each cubby would be a cool option to both eliminate some of that negative space and feature the full design of each console better. Something like this or this. Or you could even make your own out of wood.

u/RiceZiggy · 1 pointr/PrintedMinis

correct, my process is: detach from plate into ipa bath #1, pick up and brush in bath with paintbrush to remove excess resin, bring over to waste bin, clip supports, wet sand base / areas to touch up, dip in ipa bath#1 again and paintbrush off any more excess resin exposed by removing supports and produced during wet sand, then final dip and paintbrushing in ipa bath #2 to ensure as little resin remains on the mini as possible.
in all honesty, after this process the model looks and feels clean and not tacky at all so unsure if it even needs a final cure, but i do it anyway, about 5-15 minute in my pot
and yes, all those turntables are a complete cluster of reviews, I honestly just closed my eyes and picked one that had prime shipping, lol pretty sure i got this one

been looking for a 3.2L ultrasonic cleaner, but they are all like $70 or higher, trying to wait and see if i can catcha sale on one

u/Kariko83 · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I coated a trashcan I got at a local store with these LEDs and it only cost me about $30. I flip the can over top of the print and plug it in and you can even add a mini turntable to assist in everything getting exposed as well.

u/cylemmulo · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

ohhh haha it's this

I haven't actually tried the solar part out, I just us a AA.

u/ryancookdev · 1 pointr/WorldOfNintendo

Thanks! I got it on Amazon:

I bought 6 of the 9x6" for $14.58 each. I'm using 4 on the lower shelf and two on the top shelf. Most Amiibo fit nicely on it. A few of the WoN 4" figures are too large but I was able to make it work. They have a larger size you can buy but I thought it might be too big to look nice.

u/ArmoredAmir · 1 pointr/funkopop

Out of box will reduce the size they’ll take up by a lot and you’ll just need a container or two for the boxes and inserts. Then just get some risers or something similar and have all your pops on a bookshelf. There’s a guide on the FAQ for storing the boxes if you decide to go OOB

u/Kupppofried · 1 pointr/amiibo

Maybe some clear plastic risers to add an elevated row in those two larger squares?

They come in all different sizes/lengths so good luck!

u/thatsamusmain · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

here are the shelves that I used

I am pretty sure you can find cheaper and nicer stuff online, just look up “Display Riser” and keep looking until you find something that matches your asthetic

u/allofthisforamiibo · 1 pointr/AmiiboCanada

These work well. A little on the expensive side though. Acrylic-Display-Decoration-Organizer

u/Wiseguy105 · 1 pointr/amiibo

It looks nice.

A suggestion would be maybe try to add some risers like this one to each shelf to show them all off a little better.

u/Ht0wn_G · 1 pointr/funkopop

There are some acrylic 3 tier shelves on Amazon that work great for out of box Pops ...
Amazon Display Stand

u/shark_shocker · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Not OP but I got these risers for my nendoroids over on Amazon.

u/edlaika · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Here The picture is signed by Japanese Saber VA.

u/jacobjolie42 · 1 pointr/funkopop

The best way to show off oob pops in my opinion.


u/Pan2590 · 1 pointr/funkopop

It’s this clear stand I found on amazon. NIUBEE Acrylic Riser Display

u/frybbender · 1 pointr/funkopop
u/drjetaz · 1 pointr/funkopop

Thanks man that led me to a US one! Really appreciate it! I added the link for the US ones in case anyone else is curious!

u/The_Window · 1 pointr/funkopop

And some risers too so you can see em all. Based on the amount of POPs you have lined up, I'd say to get this one. I use these but that's cause I have one of those cube organizers. Check out the customer images on both pages to get an idea of what to expect.

u/Zabashai · 1 pointr/amiibo

Also not DIY, but I think these are great:


You can fit 4 rows of 5 per shelf.

u/Ryuujinx · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I ordered These off Amazon.

u/AirborneTrooper82573 · 1 pointr/funkopop

HERE A little pricey but they are thick and sturdy. QuakeHold or something similar is a must since a tiny budge will have them all falling.

u/ThePurpleRainMaker · 0 pointsr/funkopop

I love them. They don’t look like I bought them in the spice aisle at home goods lol.

u/robxburninator · 0 pointsr/vinyl

There is a very similar one for sale on amazon. Honestly the one amazon has is less tacky bc it doesn't have a picture of a record on a record holder

Edit: found it

u/AmadeusK482 · -4 pointsr/vinyl

uhhh changed my mind due to price and I dont have an etsy account, you'll probably get more customers if you use eBay or amazon.... I have several "plate" holders that came from someplace in my house...they hold more than one LP jacket and are sturdy and SUPER cheap...

You'll probably get more sales if you strikethru $25 and put NOW ONLY $8.99