A Dunny is a type of vinyl designer toy created by Paul Budnitz and Tristan Eaton, and produced by Kidrobot since 2004. The Dunny figure toy is based on a rabbit figure with distinctive tubular ears. The origin of the name Dunny came from a combination of street slang and one of the early "Devil Bunny" prototypes.The Dunny is sold in 3, 8 and 20 inch scales, though artists have customized Dunny models as tall as four feet. The figure typically has three points of articulation; a 360-degree rotational head and two arms. Some come with accessories, such as laser guns, ice cream cones, marker pens, Geisha fans, gas masks, crowns and hooded sweatshirts. Artist cards or stickers are also included, mainly with the annual series releases. Other (often themed) series releases usually include only a leaflet with the designs from that series. The 3 inch figure is normally sold as a blind box option with many designs being super hard to find. The chances of finding various designs within as case of say 20 figures is known as the "ratio". The higher priced figures typically have ratios of over 1 in 20 meaning that even when you buy a full case, there is no guarantee of finding that figure.
As we specialise in helping collectors to complete their collections (without the need to purchase dozens of blind boxes in the process), as well as blind boxes (which we call 'lucky dips') we also offer our customers pre-identified characters. To enable us to pre-identify the contents of a blind box, we carefully open packages and once we know which character is inside the box, we re-seal the packaging with magic tape and add an identifying label. As such all open boxes and their contents are in a 'new' state with each character being in mint condition and coming complete with all original packaging and accessories (where applicable).
Recommended age : 15 years and above | Not for those under 3 years | Highly collectable mini pieces of art created by international artists and designers.
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