Cast-Off-Rider ?!

Posted: October 18, 2010 in Uncategorized

Was at a local NTUC(supermarket) with my brother and parents and my aunt and my dad’s friend from Thailand. Me and my brother saw something of interest….

It seems that it is also made by Bandai.. Think it is similar to Bandai’s FFR, WFC series. But it looks better and more detailed than FFR, WFC…. And it’s cheap too! SGD 14.90, and they are having a 20% off!

But couldn’t buy it because my parents were around….. Maybe I will go get them tomorrow? 😛

Anyone got info on this? On whether it is good?

And that’s my bro’s hand in case you are wondering. XD

Today’s the start of a new semester…. We are supposed to be in school from 9am to 5.30 pm everyday….. And the only breaks we have are in Feb and April. One week in Feb, 2 weeks in April. This means I won’t be continuing on the gunpla kits anytime soon….. Maybe weekend? 😀

  1. Deadpool. says:

    Limited articulation, inaccurate sculpt, holes in body to peg in the armor parts… And out of scale with SHFs.

  2. zoidiect says:

    aha! nice item you found there~ i’d been interested on this 😀

    try searching for the videos on this figure, quite fun ^^ although looks a bit bulky in armored form, but the cast off gimmick looks very nice

  3. heathorn says:

    will check at singpost NTUC tomorrow, so weird I never see NTUC sell this kind of products.

  4. chubbybots says:

    Hmm think i’ll stick with SHFs then the cast off types though haha… but interesting to find this at NTUC!

  5. h4mster says:

    Weekend is always good for some kit building…that is if you don’t fall asleep the whole day like I did…

  6. divinelight says:

    I usually do my gunpla after work, that because this end of year really many competitions to attend…

    oh well, gotta do my MG Exia in ninja builddd, 3x fastter!!!

  7. Marzz says:

    @ Everyone: Haha, I just bought them today, TheBee for me, and helped my bro get the Drake. However…. Of course SHF are better….

  8. Aya says:

    looking forward for the review then 😀

  9. rubyvijudai says:

    XD I didn’t know NTUC sell kamen rider things,many years ago they sell transforming digimon,then gundam,now kamen rider,but I guess this is cool in that many people could afford it and it has a cast on form.

  10. rubyvijudai says:

    O ya in the second picture what hibiki toy is that ?

    • Marzz says:

      Lol, I only buy if they having discount on these things. From what I heard from Deadpool, these things usually cost SGD 40 +…… Totally not worth it…
      Those Hibiki things are those Henshin things… You know those flutes? Or musical instruments….

  11. Marzz says:

    @Ruby: But of course, I got it for just SGD 11.90. ^^

  12. softz says:

    Wah! Which NTUC actually sells that? FairPrice Extra?

  13. anonymous says:

    In case friends here are interested, you can find the whole series of bandai cast-off-rider at OG Chinatown now. They are clearing old stock and it is selling at $10 per rider, and $15 per bike.

  14. anonymous says:

    BTW, I am looking for this – “Cast Off Rider Movie 3 Piece Set” (see photo below). Anyone who where can I get it in Singapore?

  15. anonymous says:

    I see, thank for the reply. Not exactly sure whether these three are of the same size and build as the COR series. If yes, will be glad to add them into my collection if available locally ….

  16. divinelight says:

    so, this cast-off series could do cast off event?
    post it if you have time (if you haven’t in case I miss it)

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