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u/SergeantTF2 · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Done, took about 3 hours. Was alot easier than I thought it was going to be, and I have alot of things i'm going to change if/when I do it over again. The 2 biggest issues are the dimmer in the bottom, it works great but next time i'm going to put it out of sight out of the case, it works for now and doesn't look too bad. Next, I wired the whole thing in series, like a zigzag, so you might notice that the top shelf is dimmer than the bottom shelf. Frankly, this is good enough for me, but next time i'm going to run one wire, acting as a sort of wire harness, the brightness difference is pretty noticeable, but still looks good, I regret not doing it this time but ehhhhhh. I don't know much about electrical so I wasn't even thinking about this when I was doing it, it's an easy fix for next time or when I re-do this one, live and learn. The bottom 2 shelves are essentially place holders, all of those figures will be moving out soon to make room for more scales, and I have the rest of the keions coming in a few days. For a first time 3 Hour DIY, I think it's pretty good but it definitely has it's issues, what do you think?

I've only been collecting for about 8 months or so, I frequent buyfag threads and post updates on my MFC, this is my first time posting myself here.

I was going for budget and simplicity (in reality the wiring harness is easier and provides power more efficiently, whoops), I cut out half of my soldering with the corner connectors. Parts I used:

u/Caylm · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

My collection is pretty modest in size, but I still think one Detolf would not be enough to display each figure nicely. I like admiring the work on all my figures hence the generous amount of space for each shelf. That and Black Heart is huge so she demands a shelf for herself. is the three-tier riser for the most of my nendos. It does get pretty tight with the stand's arm, but its been working pretty well for me.

u/DrConradVerner · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Would you be referring to this 5 shelf one? I don't but according to others who have bought it the smallest distance between any of the shelves is 14.75 inches and the largest gap is 16 inches so it would depend on how large your figure is. The shelves themselves are apparently 10x22 inches. If you're worried about weight I don't think that should be a problem. The shelves are listed as having a weight limit of 28 pounds per shelf.

And when it comes to buying anything from Amazon I will always tell people to MAKE SURE whatever you are buying is shipping from Amazon's warehouse. Just because it has prime shipping doesn't necessarily mean it is coming direct from Amazon. If it's not coming direct from Amazon and you require a return they will very likely tell you to deal with whoever the seller is before coming to them, and I guarantee you both will try to give you a runaround so they don't have to deal with it. If you get it direct from Amazon and are a prime member returns should be much easier to deal with or they may just even send you a new one free of charge. Although luckily I've never had any trouble with them. I've gotten 4 of the 4 shelved curios and all have arrived in good shape. As with anything being shipped great distances though there is always the possibility of shipping damage.

u/BILGERVTI · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

If you're working with scale figures and/or figmas these are the risers I used: 3,4,5 Inch Square Acrylic Riser Set, Clear
The 3" fit nicely under prize and single figmas, the 4" and 5" fit great under standard scale figures as well as the scales with huge bases.

u/Asamidori · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I was a very "keep everything in the original package!" person 'till recently when I sorta run out of room, so I'm also in the middle of switching putting them into smaller spaces too. Currently using those craft material boxes like the ones nanoduckies used to use, but I want to eventually move to the drawer style stuffs like this one.

Another friend also suggested tackle boxes like mentioned by invertedcranegame, but I'm not too familiar with those.

Edit: Oh forgot to mention, I throw the plastic protection thing out and flatten the original box and keep the box like that. The only exception I made is if it's a Snow Miku. Those boxes are too unique to flatten.

u/mahourin · 5 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Although i've built foam risers before to great success, If you want more flexibility, Ultra Pro Deck Boxes + the like are very useful.
They aren't too expensive and are transparent. They also come with 2 for the price of 1 deck box.
These are the ones I use:

150 Card Size

250 Card Size

100 Card Size

25 Card Size

Extra Tall

If you just want staircase risers for nendoroids, I bought mine locally. Some scrounging on the subreddit should net you some decent sellers.

u/Rea-sama · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I pretty much bought the cheapest LED strip I could find on amazon with prime:

You gotta do a bit of soldering after cutting up the strips but it was honestly pretty easy despite being my 2-3rd time soldering.

u/TychoRC · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Seconding this. I have one too (though I use the one that also has small drawers), and it works wonderfully. I love not having to get out all the boxes when I want to change the poses up.

For OP, here are some examples how how the nendos fit. Small drawers for normal nendos, and larger ones for the nendos with bulkier parts.

If you only have (or plan to have) a small handful of nenoroids, it might not be worth it to have all that storage space. If you plan to get more though, it’s definitely something to think about.

u/validproof · 4 pointsr/AnimeFigures

These are the risers I purchased and I am very happy with them. They fit perfectly into the detolf and added more depth and visibility to my figures.

Here is what my figures on the risers look like.

u/JennaroniPepperoni · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Thanks so much! I highly recommend these LED strips. They're paper thin so they bend easily at the corners of a detolf. You'll need this adapter for the power.

My only complaint about them is that they're a little too bright at first. You get used to them though! You can't beat this nice even white lighting and the ease of installation.

u/closet_otaku_desu · 7 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I'll link the full order:

u/LawyersPlayDota · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

These are great. You tape up one line on each side of your cabinet, wire them together, and its perfect. :)

u/Public_Radio- · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

need opinions, i cant tell if the seller is trustworthy or not, im kinda bad at this stuff. any help would b gr8'

u/420istheanswer · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Depends on the actual figure itself.. a simple 1/8 scaled Miku can weigh about 300g but a figure like 1/8 Ultimate Madoka can weigh around 2kg. Try checking amazon for the weights of your figures.

(Though its safe to assume you'll be fine, unless you have 3 figures the size of ultimate madoka sitting on a single shelf.)

u/deathbaloney · 7 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I'm definitely not in the "Detolfs are the only cabinets worth owning" camp--I also have an IKEA Malsjo and I recently got a double cabinet from Coaster Company that I like very much--but my Detolf has followed me to three different apartments (over the course of 5 years) and it's certainly been dependable. No stability issues, no structural concerns.

I'd probably avoid puck lights--they can create a spotlight effect that casts unappealing shadows on your figures. I use the Dioder lights from IKEA and they're fine. You could probably do better for cheaper if you were willing to get one of those spools of LEDs and a soldering tool, but the Dioders are definitely hassle-free.

Also, here are two options for dustproofing your case--both seem to work so it's really a matter of which you prefer the look of.

u/FanxySkull · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Ok so I was thinking of using the LED strip, then use the T-shape connector and the L-shape connector to connect all the strip together. The T-shape connector will be connect with a cord as well like in the diagram I drew. But I’m a noob and I don’t know if this is possible to make, and what kind of cord or wire should I use in this case? Anyone have any idea or guidance here to help me out?

u/Siedrah · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

This is what I have, its a great cabinet and a great price, they dont get much cheaper.

u/Biscuiteater · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I know a lot of people recommend a Detolf but I don't live close enough to an Ikea for that to be viable so I went with this one on Amazon. It has been great and I will probably buy a second soon.

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/nautnaoh · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

They're acrylic risers from Amazon. Clear Acrylic Riser Set of Three (3-Inch, 4-Inch, 5-Inch) by Super Z Outlet

u/crashmaxed · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Might be smaller than you're looking for, but one possible alternative is using those football or basketball display case things. They should be relatively cheap and be large enough to hold a few scales. Not sure what the budget is but for example something like this could work like a mini-Detolf.

Edit: Replace WalMart link w/ Amazon

u/MelloNyan · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I have two of these from Amazon. I like that they are completely clear and you can put quite a few nendos on them. Here's what they look like with my collection.

u/ElleChupacabra · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

There are a lot of options for these. There's a standard 3-piece set on Amazon for about $8.

These are higher end and out of stock, but I love them. They're really customizable.

I believe that the Container Store and Daiso also sell the square and rectangular ones for fairly cheap, if you live near one.

u/SpicyWaifu · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I got 2 of these, they are really bright and they come with a dimmer too :)

u/Nintendo64Cartridge · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Good Smile Company. Both are available on Amazon here and here. It seems they ran out of Red and only resellers have him available at 3x the price. I checked eBay and some are cheaper on there.

u/AGENTxPLATYPUS · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Hey OP, instead of keeping the info in chat I'll post here so others might be able to use it.
I'm assuming you have no experience splicing wires, soldering, or using heat shrink tubing, so I found some quick connect things you should be able to use.

So, the parts I have here are the LED Strip (marked as 'sections' since you will be cutting it), the L Connectors, the 'Wire Harnesses', the Adapters, and the Wire itself.

I drew up a small diagram here with explanation.


If you, or someone you know would be able to do the stuff mentioned above, this could have a lot less parts by doing aware with the adapters and wire harnesses and just soldering the wire between LED strips.
(Maybe there is a local Makerspace near you that could assist)


Also, instead of the LED strip method, I've seen people with LED bars the run the length of the shelf, and have wires to connect up to another bar. Something like this. (search" LED under cabinet lighting")
If the above diagram seems too difficult, or you're not able to get anyone to assist, then this would be a super easy option for you.


u/shaosam · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

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

u/Norberces · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I used a LED light strip along the front metal bars of the detolf. Each of my detolfs is set up with this LED strip, power supply, and remote control dimmer. I like this set up better than the dioder because it was cheaper for me (coming out at about $20 per shelf versus the $40 for 2 dioder sets I would need) and used less wires than the dioders (only 1 coming out from the gap between the door and the side of the detolf)

u/unspunreality · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Actually, I decided I could buy 2 of these.

Anyone can link me risers or lighting or whatever to help me make stuff look nice.

Edit: Actually. On the story of this. What could technically hold more figurines? A cube bookshelf or 2 wanna be detolfs.

u/Oceslope · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Thanks for the props. As for the lights, I have a set of these in each case. They are just beyond long enough to fit up, over, and down again; so the end needs to be cut off. They also, have remotes that operate on the same frequency.

There are other types available as well, including multicolor or soft white.

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/Lettuce_Addict · 7 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Hope I tagged this correctly, bit of a noob so my bad if I didn't.

From left to right in case someone is curious: Fremy Speeddraw (Rokka no Yuusha), Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi (HenNeko), Ao Nanami (Yozakura Quartet)

I have a couple other figures pre-ordered. Going to get a detolf soon to display them in. Does anyone have suggestions for lighting them? I was thinking of getting something like this but I'm definitely open to suggestions if anyone has more experience in the matter.

edit: added figure names + links

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/darkbe · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Pre-ordering is a minefield pretty much.

Amiami will mostly be the cheapest. Big in Japan sometimes has them beat.

Shipping is 99% of the time cheaper on BIJ, HLJ and HS, but HLJ' prices are more expensive.

HLJ lets you cancel at any time from the control panel before they send you the invoice. But they can cancel on you if they run out of stock (I had a pre-order World is Mine cancelled on me by them due to that).

Whether price goes up or down is dictated usually by the market. Anything Alter, Saber, Limited will be more expensive aftermarket (Look at Saber Lily going 13k already).

Even popular figures go on clearance from time to time, just look at Madoka for under 6k yen :

Hope that helps. I pre-ordered her from amiami since I will combine her with another figure.

u/im_a_lurker_too · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Bought it about 6 years ago and it's held up through 2 moves so far. Dimensions are almost identical to the DETOLF and I prefer this one because the shelves don't sway with every little vibration. However, you can generally get the DETOLFs way cheaper. I have a couple of them too and they're great for the price I paid.

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/anonymous970throw · 8 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Here they are if anyone was curious
3-Shelf Glass Curio Cabinet Black and Clear

u/Digital_Rust · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Yeah its actually this case which was recommended in the subs FAQ:

Coaster Modern Contemporary Glass Curio Cabinet with Cappuccino Top and Bottom

u/RC_Robert · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I use Ultra Pro clear card storage boxes. They are clear plastic boxes used to store cards for game like MTG. They come in different sizes to vary height. They don't look as good as jewelry risers, but are cheaper.

u/GlisteningDragon · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Be careful though, if there is no Ikea around they will charge a lot for shipping. You can find them on ebay for roughly $150. I bought this for $166 and free shipping from Amazon. If there is an Ikea around, defiantly get the cheaper one.

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/base_rain · 5 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Thanks! They are the ustellar dimmable LED strips from Amazon. I also mounted them in an aluminum channel system instead of sticking them directly on the glass.

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/Travistech · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

If you don't want to swallow the balls-expensive shipping and don't live near an IKEA, Amazon will ship this one to you for free. I mean yeah, it's 120 bucks, but that's still less than shipping a Detolf. Me, I'm waiting for that Memphis location to open up, grab me a few over there.
Edit: derp da derp, forgot link.

u/FeelingPinkieKeen · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I just happened to install my 3rd detolf and brand new lighting systems for all 3 so I think I can help you out.

Before I just bought some standard LED lightings from IKEA but eventually had go install something else because of how many wires that were spilling out of my detolf (and I hate wires).
So.... I finally opted to try out some LED Light strips. These were the ones I bought and by george are they bright. I mean so bright they could be used as runway lights in an airport. The LED strips were easy enough to install as it already came with an adhesive strip on the back so all you had to do was wrap it around inside the detolf and plug it in.

I also had to buy the power brick(mandatory) and light switch(optional) with it. The LED strip doesn't come with its own power source so I had to buy a separate one and I also bought the dimmer switch just so I could attach it to the side of my desk and turn the lights on and off in a convenient matter (unfortunately the dimmers don't actually work on those LED strips but still useful).

This was what I had before and now with the new lighting system This is what I get. Quite the upgrade no?

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/goofygoober94 · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

They were these ones which I bought from amazon. There was another redditor on this sub which shared it with me :). I think the item was originally on amazon US, but I found the same sku.


u/Zaidbenh · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

It's made by kotobukiya. Couldn't find it in stock on amiami but it seems it's on amazon

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/shark_shocker · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

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

u/TaintLumps · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

It's actually 3 of these
And it just goes from the hinge side up the wall over the top and then back down just the one strip per case

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/pandamonium_ · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I don't live near an IKEA, but I also don't own a glass case. There are other options, but getting close to a detolf price range is difficult (not impossible).

If you can, try searching your local craigslist listings to see people getting rid of their glass cabinets. If not, Amazon sells this which is pretty close to a detolf.

u/bigpapared · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I put it on Amazon for you, 13 bucks cheaper then it will be when it comes out.

u/NyaaFigurines · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Red is available on the Amazon Japan website you can purchase him here

You can open this in Google Chrome for it to translate. But you will probably have to purchase him with a proxy.

u/eehreum · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Eh, personally I would suggest against the one you linked in particular. It's huge for one, most people don't have 64 Nendoroids or even enough tiny accessories to fit in 1/4 of these bins. (with the lower amount of Nendoroid accessories in each release I don't even think this will be a problem much longer anyway). So you'll have to use it for other things too, which leads me to my next point...

It only has one sized container, and that size is extremely small. There's a ton of Nendoroid accessories that won't fit in those smaller sized boxes. What this means is that you'll have some accessories that you will have to put elsewhere, which could lead to them getting lost.

For example, Nendoroid Maiko Madoka's parasol won't fit inside one of those boxes very well.

Also the smaller sized bins means there's more of a chance of something like a sword catching on the inner lip and breaking as you pull out the drawer.

Instead of getting the 2 by 1.5 inch, most people should just splurge the extra couple dollars, and get one that has varying sized boxes for a few dollars more.

Also I suggest getting a smaller variant. They're stackable, so you can just get however many you need. No need to get the 64 sized jumbo size right away.

u/StrikeThatYeet · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Got a figure today, it came broken so I'm getting a full refund and a different one.
Anyone familiar with Hanopop? Fulfilled by Amazon but don't want to buy an expensive bootleg Kotobukiya

u/f4est · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

there is only 12" between each shelf so if you have any figures taller they won't fit. that is the only real downside imo. I divided to go with this cause I liked it better than the deltof that people usually get.

u/karspearhollow · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Yeah, you could use them to add more figures or to just give a bit more depth to your current display. You could search for acrylic risers on amazon, or look in hobby shops in your area. I use these steps for my funko pops, but I'm not sure that model would be spacious enough for scale figures.

u/sendo1209 · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Theyre just acrylic risers from amazon:

Be cautious, they arent anything fancy, just plastic, so the leg in the back can sometimes break.

u/ShadowCrossZero · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

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

u/Squadz · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures


With this:

Canadian links, but they have them in other countries.

Very simple to setup - I just put it right next to the rods in the Detolf and went up and around.

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/edlaika · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Here The picture is signed by Japanese Saber VA.

u/CinnamintSpice · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

The 1/8 is very hard to come by, or, more so, everyone wants one. You likely won't find one for under 100: But there is amazon

Also be careful of bootlegs.

u/Rifful · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Sorry, was asleeping. LED strip here

Power supply: here

Shoutout to /u/squadz , got the idea from his thread a while ago.

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/XProAssasin21X · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

So I want to order the Kotobukiya Makise figure that’s coming out in July, but TOM ended preorders and Solaris seems high with shipping. It’s available for preorder directly through amazon (says shipped and fulfilled) at the link. Is this safe or am I going to get scammed?

Edit: just saw the description of the thread. I am idiot.