Nendo vs. Nendo Petite Size Comparison

When I received my Yurippe Petite Nendoroid, I was naturally quite surprised at her miniature size considering that she was my first acquisition in Good Smile Company’s Petite Nendoroids line.

So how does a Petite Nendo size up to a regular Nendo? I would say that it’s about half the size of one. Now GSC, please don’t go any smaller.

23 Comments to “Nendo vs. Nendo Petite Size Comparison”

  1. Optic says:

    I have so many nendoroid petite’s I can cover myself up with them. πŸ˜›

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    Reltair Reply:

    Wow, amassing your army I see. πŸ˜›

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  2. I personally think Nano Nendo has a nice ring to it :3

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    Reltair Reply:

    I agree. Then GSC will use that and make them half the size of a Nendo Petite. :O

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  3. Kaiz says:

    Personally, I didn’t like the whole Nendo series as I prefer the PVC 1/7 ones. Wondering what is so special about the smaller Nendo though.

    Interested in collecting figures in the future but right know, the situation doesn’t fit it. Heh.

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    Reltair Reply:

    I like scaled figures the best as well. At first, I didn’t like nendos or figmas at all but have changed my mind since then. Having nendos are like having chibi versions of your scaled figs. ^^;

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  4. K says:

    Haven’t seen a Nendo petite yet, though I’m scheduled to have one this july :)). That’s pretty small O_O

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    Reltair Reply:

    The Fate/stay night set was supposed to be my first ones. Impulse buy on this one. They are pretty small, but I was surprised that they have all the same detachable parts as a normal nendo and movable arms/head as well.

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  5. Yi says:

    Petit seems really a bit too small for me. Choking hazard… πŸ™

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    Reltair Reply:

    Upon closer inspection, I’m satisfied that GSC kept up their quality even at this size. Just be careful where you put them. πŸ™‚

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  6. Fabrice says:

    Wow thats small, i glad someone posted the difference, cause i was quite confuse about it =/

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    Reltair Reply:

    Yup, all their official photos made me think that they were larger.

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  7. ippius says:

    lol she’s still cute >.<

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    Reltair Reply:

    Indeed.

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  8. phossil says:

    Tako Luka was very small, hahaha πŸ™‚

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    Reltair Reply:

    Ah yeah, I forgot about that one even though I saw her before.

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  9. Guy says:

    Yurippe, from Angel Beats? Where is it from?

    Yeah, I have the Otaku Nagato Yuki petit nendoroid limited. They’re tiny.

    Saber Lily Nendoroid is my favourite.

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    Reltair Reply:

    Ooooo, that Yuki petite nendo is sweet!

    Yurippe came with the Dengeki G’s Festival Deluxe magazine. I think the June issue coming out has the Tenshi petite nendo, but I couldn’t find a vendor selling that yet. πŸ™

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    Guy Reply:

    Yeah, after seeing this stuff here I tried to find the April version, to no avail. Dakimakura and nendoroid… though the nendoroid is a bit boring, heh.

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    Reltair Reply:

    It’s the facial expression! I’m not feeling a Yurippe personality from it.

    Guy Reply:

    Definitely, it looks like they just copy-pasted the bakemongatari petit nendoroid of paper-clipper girl..

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  10. Nindotaku says:

    oh u must not have heard of the Nendoroid “plus” range. they released some as promo for the nano-ha movie at least (yes they nano-sized her >_<) the plus range is a mere 3cm tall…half the size of a petit =_=;;

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    Reltair Reply:

    3cm tall…wtf? That’s so tiny. >_<

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