Robzula wrote:Also, if they're glued to the base rather than being a part of the base, wouldn't it be possible to pry them off, much like how people have turned keychains into regular minfigs, just with hard-to-remove legs and holes in their heads?
Jargon wrote:I was under the impression that the base was added in response to swallowing concerns.
Mister Ed wrote:Huh? I'm not getting your meaning. The base (at present, anyway) is easily separated from the minifig, so if the concern was that a minifig alone would be a choking (or swallowing) hazard, adding the base does little to prevent that, since it comes off so easily, leaving you in exactly the same position riskwise as if it wasn't there at all...
Inzane wrote:So fill me in here please. The magnet set mini-figures are NOT the same as the minifigs that come in building sets?
This is confirmed fact? And there is a noticeable difference in the quality? (I only ask because I only have a couple of the magnet sets, which have not even been opened yet. I don't have 1st-hand experience handling these figs).
bigospedros wrote:This might be a controversial post, but why can't people use these for what they are? Magnets. I have all my magnet figures attached to a magnetic noteboard and mounted on the wall. It makes for a neat display. If I want the figures for other uses, I'll buy the set they come in. It's that simple.
bigospedros wrote:Puddlegum, you'll note that I didn't quote you, so my reply wasn't aimed at you or your post ... I agree that they should state that they're glued. My reply was more aimed at the complainers who see this as a foul injustice, when it really isn't.
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