Winnie the Pooh and Piglet Nendoroid

Collectible Figure by Good Smile Company Winnie the Pooh


Expected to Ship: Jul 2022 - Sep 2022

Good Smile Company Winnie the Pooh and Piglet Nendoroid Collectible Figure

About This Collectible Figure

The honey-loving Winnie the Pooh is joining the Nendoroids!

From the 2011 movie, "Winnie the Pooh" comes a re-release of the Nendoroid set featuring Winnie the Pooh together with Piglet. The two of them have been re-created in the Nendoroid series' signature chibi-size.

The Winnie the Pooh figure features movable joints in the arms and legs, allowing for various different display options, such as posing him sitting down and eating honey or holding a balloon. An interchangeable face plate of Pooh's puzzled expression and an optional part of Christopher Robin's note that caused it are also included.

Additionally, a magnet placed in Pooh's lower half allows you to stick him to magnetic surfaces, then attach the included honey ring part to recreate the famous pose of Pooh stuck in the wall.

Be sure to add the adorable Pooh and Piglet figure to your Disney collectibles display!

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What's in the Box?

The Winnie the Pooh and Piglet Nendoroid Collectible Set features:

  • One (1) Front Head Part
  • One (1) Back Hair Part
  • Two (2) Face Plates
  • One (1) Body
  • Two (2) Right Shoulder Parts
  • Four (4) Right Arm Parts
  • Two (2) Left Shoulder Parts
  • Four (4) Left Arm Parts
  • One (1) Right Leg Part
  • One (1) Left Leg Part 
  • One (1) Piglet 
  • One (1) Note from Christopher Robin
  • One (1) Pot of Honey
  • One (1) Balloon
  • One (1) Honey Ring

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 3.8" (9.7 cm) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.


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