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Smart Air Stand

Smart Air Stand

Regular price Regular price ¥9,500

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At last! I finally managed to release the Smart Air Stand which really sets Smart Doll apart from other dolls. Up until now, doll owners have been faced with either saddle or C shaped stands which go around the waist or shin - both completely spoil the look of the doll and your photos - it did not have to be this way.

With the Air Stand, you will be able to pose your Smart Doll more dynamically and in mid air too.
The stand is about 35cm tall and when fully extended is about 60cm tall. The Outer Stand Sleeve can also be attached to a standard camera mount which means that you can display Smart Doll on a tripod for when taking photos.

Air Stand weighs 172gms and the Cross Base can be removed for portability. The cross shaped base is actually inspired by Mirai's cross hairclip ^o^

Air Stand is made in Japan and with most things over here - the unit cost is high which is why it costs as much as it does. There is no rocket science engineering (like Smart Doll) in the manufacture of the design so I want to make this outside of Japan to lower my costs but that may not be for a while as I need to focus on many other things like increasing our Smart Doll production capacity in Japan.

Before you decide to buy, take a look at the photos and read the following.

#The first few Air Stand bases were made of brass and weighed nearly 500gms - while it was extremely sturdy and would probably withstand a mag 10 earthquake - it was a bit too heavy. I decided to strike a balance between portability and sturdiness and the result is the current design - It's light but not as sturdy as a heavy brass stand. Although if you are not happy with the acrylic base that comes with Air Stand, you can probably change it for something heavier with some DIY.

#As the base is light - the stand may rock slightly depending on the pose you are doing - for example when Smart Doll is doing a Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku from Street Fighter where the weight is distributed away from the center.

#Attach the Air Stand to Smart Doll's Support Socket *AFTER* you have posed her - during testing, some folks did manage to break the stand base by applying too much force.

#Do not drop the stand! The stand was designed to be functional but not shatter proof - make sure not to drop it!

#The stand comes with 4 rubber stick-on pads for extra stability - stick them on the ends of the Cross Base.

#Smart Doll owner Steffi got an Air Stand from Comic Fiesta - she seems to be happy with it - as you can see she photoshopped out the stand which is easy to do.

At last! I finally managed to release the Smart Air Stand which really sets Smart Doll apart from other dolls. Up until now, doll owners have been faced with either saddle or C shaped stands which go around the waist or shin - both completely spoil the look of the doll and your photos - it did not have to be this way.

With the Air Stand, you will be able to pose your Smart Doll more dynamically and in mid air too.
The stand is about 35cm tall and when fully extended is about 60cm tall. The Outer Stand Sleeve can also be attached to a standard camera mount which means that you can display Smart Doll on a tripod for when taking photos.

Air Stand weighs 172gms and the Cross Base can be removed for portability. The cross shaped base is actually inspired by Mirai's cross hairclip ^o^

Air Stand is made in Japan and with most things over here - the unit cost is high which is why it costs as much as it does. There is no rocket science engineering (like Smart Doll) in the manufacture of the design so I want to make this outside of Japan to lower my costs but that may not be for a while as I need to focus on many other things like increasing our Smart Doll production capacity in Japan.

Before you decide to buy, take a look at the photos and read the following.

#The first few Air Stand bases were made of brass and weighed nearly 500gms - while it was extremely sturdy and would probably withstand a mag 10 earthquake - it was a bit too heavy. I decided to strike a balance between portability and sturdiness and the result is the current design - It's light but not as sturdy as a heavy brass stand. Although if you are not happy with the acrylic base that comes with Air Stand, you can probably change it for something heavier with some DIY.

#As the base is light - the stand may rock slightly depending on the pose you are doing - for example when Smart Doll is doing a Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku from Street Fighter where the weight is distributed away from the center.

#Attach the Air Stand to Smart Doll's Support Socket *AFTER* you have posed her - during testing, some folks did manage to break the stand base by applying too much force.

#Do not drop the stand! The stand was designed to be functional but not shatter proof - make sure not to drop it!

#The stand comes with 4 rubber stick-on pads for extra stability - stick them on the ends of the Cross Base.

#Smart Doll owner Steffi got an Air Stand from Comic Fiesta - she seems to be happy with it - as you can see she photoshopped out the stand which is easy to do.

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