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They're nothing like PHICEN seamless female bodies.

Nowadays, they're considered "relics", but for a period they were considered all the rage.

PHICENs probably view them as obsolete models.

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No.

They're nothing like PHICEN seamless female bodies.

Nowadays, they're considered "relics", but for a period they were considered all the rage.

PHICENs probably view them as obsolete models.

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I'm quite familiar with these bodies. Because I have a cy girl 2.0 body, and a Takara body. Lots of articulation, and versatility.
 

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I'm quite familiar with these bodies. Because I have a cy girl 2.0 body, and a Takara body. Lots of articulation, and versatility.
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I still have GI JANEs, CY GIRLs 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, PBs, PB STAGE 2, DML "Winona", "Lihn", "Eve 1.0", and many more from various brands/manufacturers of known and unknown origin throughout the years up to the greatest/latest by PHICEN.

For the record, I was initially very anti-PHICEN when they first came out. Over time . . . and after much "beta" testing at the expense of many collectors I took a venture with PHICEN's "Nina 1.0" figure and the rest is history.

I still prefer jointed bodies, but seamless have their place and purpose within the 1:6 hobby if done properly.
 
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