Photos & Review By: Ada Tse
Text By: Ada Tse & Christopher Tan
Time to Complete: 25 minutes
Item Code: NP-014
|The front of the postcard|
Today, we take a look at the nanoblock penguin postcard (NP-014). Generally, this is a Japan only release so you rarely see this carried by retailers outside Japan. My friend who travelled to Tokyo helped me buy this particular set. Now, lets take a look inside.
|Back of the postcard with information sheet and transparent stickers|
|The information sheet|
|Back of the postcard with a small window |
to see the nanoblock inside
Here you can see the blocks nicely packed inside the postcard arranged in a single layer. There is a large sheet of transparent sticker on top of the bricks to hold them in place. You can gently peel the sticker from the postcard and the bricks will come out with the sticker. Build instructions are printed on the inside of the postcard.
|Bricks still stuck on the sticker|
It took me around 25 minutes to build this set containing a big penguin, a baby penguin and a gift box. Below are photos of the build process.
|The extra bricks included with this set|
The penguins are very cute! I think this nanoblock postcard makes a lovely gift for friends and works with any occasion.
Hi, I just got back from tokyo and bought the Pikachu & Charmender Nanoblock from the Pokemon Centre. But unfortunately the base plate not included. Do you have any idea where to buy the basic plate? Try to search online but only found the LED plate.ReplyDelete
See link: http://plamoya.com/en/nanoblock-plate-set-5-pieces-p-28609.html?cPath=1554&referrer=PLMX_234821317265080Delete