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Presenting the 'not so mini'-figure,
A standard minifigure, but 4 times as big!
Why do I want a giant minifig?
- As a giant addition to your minifig collection,
- You want a bigger minifig.
But that is not enough!
Well lets add a easel display stand then, so you can;
- Set it on your desk with your namecard for a great conversion starter,
(or with a fair warning not to disturb you in the morning until your coffee mug is this empty, showing the giant empty Lego mug),
- Have it show guest the name and details of your Lego diorama (at a Lego show),
- Tell people about the great new Lego Idea set that's for sale now,
- Or just for presenting a picture/painting.
What is included?
- One giant minifig,
- A mug and paintbrush,
- A giant baseplate to display the giant minifig on or as the base of the easel,
- An easel display stand (fitted securely to the baseplate for stabilty),
- Parts for either a 'male' or 'female' haircut and alternative eyes,
- (And possibly) all of the above in normal miniscale.
What can it do?
Everything your normal minifig can (except for possibly fitting in your minifig car or building);
- Hold the mug and paintbrush,
- Rotate its head,
- Swing its arms in front and behind its torso,
- Rotate its hands,
- Position its legs horizontally forwards and almost as far backwards (as does the normal minifig),
- Fit on the display stand (due to cavities in its feet).
Support if you can imagine this standing in your home/office/shop/anywhere!