Final Attack Ride Stand and Dimension Kick Card

Greetings heroes/citizen. This is a really short review. Actually I just want to show the differences between Final Attack Ride Decade stand and Tamashii Stage Act 4, so there’s not much I can say about it. First of all, you can’t buy this stand, you’ll get it for free from retailer that have it. This is a Bandai promotion item, and they release 2 sets of this bonus prize. Set B is the Final Attack Ride Decade Stand and Set A is the Dimension Kick card. I suppose these items were given away to customers as promotion material for the movie Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War 2010. So if you buy the CycloneCyclone and JokerJoker Figuarts you can display the three of them making the Final Dimension Kick, sweet!

At first I thought the stand was the regular Tamashii Stage Act 4 (TSA4), but it’s not. The pole is actually a lot taller than TSA4.But it’s compatible with TSA4 clamps. The packaging is a simple- clear plastic bag with warning label on it. The joint is a bit loose, but good thing it using Philip screws so you can tight it the way you want.

Decade is admiring his stand lol

//Edited on 08/09/2010 11.54PM: I forgot to mention, the Dimension Cards was given to me with the purchased of Kamen Rider G3-X. I got the stand with Decade.

The graphic on the cards was printed on a thin coat of plastic on top of the cards. You can see it started to peel off at the bottom. It actually is the protective layer, thanks to commentator- Sidecutter

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2 Comments on "Final Attack Ride Stand and Dimension Kick Card"

  1. Sidecutter on Wed, 11th Aug 2010 8:26 am 

    The image isn’t printed on a film on the cards, it’s printed on the card itself. You were supposed to remove that film you commented on – it’s a protective layer. Like they put on plexiglass, watch faces, alarm clocks, etc. in order to prevent the smooth, shiny plastic surface from scratching.

  2. BaseGuardian on Wed, 11th Aug 2010 6:28 pm 

    I see. thanks, I thought I damaged the card lol I had many bad experience :lol: better leave it there than.

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