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Topic: If you had... (what type of doll to buy?)  (Read 2626 times)
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« Reply #10 on: May 26, 2009 05:42:45 PM »

I like the way the Pullip looks so I just got my first one yesterday.  I'm really happy with her!
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« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2009 05:54:26 PM »

Right now I'm saving up for a grey Pipos Dali with full face up, tail, and hopefully both sets of ears, which is about $320 with shipping.  Last week, though I bought a Dal (the Cinnamoroll Sanrio collaboration one) and am looking at a Blythe next.  Her waist is a bit floppy...I didn't know of the issues with their joints at the time.  I'm going to look into a replacement body.

If you want to stay within the US, check Ebay.  My Dal came from a dealer in Indiana (shifty_lizard_cool_stuff).  They carry Taeyangs, Pullips, Dals, and Minis.  Right now all of their dolls are 10% off.   


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