Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Mada's Anime Goods Reports on Itachari

I remembered how I once did a Report on how to ride a bike (without Motor) and Danny Choo did one on how to customize your very own Itachari.

First off when I noticed them over at Amiami Site, I was kind of shocked to see 2 Anime Series ready to help you on customizing your Bicycle and Evolving to Itachari and Upgrading your OtaCool Level a lot.

In order to get started, we need a Bicycle, and checking out if the wheel is 600mm Diameter which is describe on the Specifications.

I can understand that it's a High Quality Water Resistant Wheel Sticker, plus it also Made in Japan, but the price of 13,350Yen got me Jaw Drop.

Bicycle Wheel Sticker @Amiami

Haiyore! Nyaruko-san



Anohana


Design A
For Single one at the cost of 8,000 Yen Rounded up, which is why getting Set of 2 is a good choice. At least you get to set 4,000 Yen which can let you get the Dress up Sticker which cost 3,000 Yen rounded.

But you will need some Help and Skills before even starting. If you read before Danny Choo's Report, you might hesitant at first and considering getting it.

It not going to be an easy Walk at the park, or even stepping outside out of your Room.

Needing to dismantle your whole bike and start to do some Sticker Sticking around, then assemble it back as what it was at first.

Well, the good thing is that you get to a Fresh New Bike which you would felt a great sense of Satisfactions, and Leveling up your OtaCool Level, since it not what you get to see around, especially in Singapore.
 
Design B
Yes, even though Itacha and ItaChari maybe common in the road over at Japan, it not really in Singapore, and it's considered as a Rare Sight in Singapore.

Well, Itacha is one issue but due to COE in Singapore, it another reason why some considering Itacha, which cost a bit more of money.

As for Itachari, unless I got a bicycle otherwise I will need to wait, since I don't go cycling around.

I do go for Walking Session more than Riding or Cycling Session, but If I do, I would like to considering wearing the Cycling Jersey first.

Interested? Maybe you can take a peek over at Amiami site for more, and below is a easy link preference.

Cycling Jersey @Amiami
Haiyore! Nyaruko-san
Short Sleeve

AnoHana




Short Sleeve
You do need to go along with your Itachari, which look good as a Set.

Though it made out of Polyester Material, but it still good to go, since it's a Sport Wear. Plus the design on the Shirt look very fresh and nice.

Somehow I find Anohana Cycling Jersey actually look very nice for it mixture of White and Green Color.

And a look at the design over Amiami site can show and tell a lot how the Jersey look like.

I almost forgot about the Dress up Sticker for your Itachari, in order to make it even more completed, and before you are ready for Cycling Session.

Bicycle Dress-Up Sticker @Amiami

Made out of Laminated Vinyl which is Water-Resistant and Made in Japan to top it off.

Based from the Specification that it compatible with carbon and alluminum frame road/cross bicycles, but that not just the good side to it. 

It also a Full Cut Sticker which you can choose to have it cut the right Length / Size to match your bike.

Doing this is also not an Easy Walk in the park too, like how it go for the Wheel Sticker. But after going through this, your Bicycle will look more like an Itachari than any normal looking Bike.

No Pain no Gain, and that not only yourself, it applies to your Wallet, Time and Skills. At least the End Result is what it really worth the whole experience.

During your Cycling Session, you might get a lot of attention from the Peekers or Phototakers.

The only thing which yet to complete to the Cycling Jersey is left the Helmet, Gloves, Shoes, Pant and Knee / Elbow Caps.

Maybe just a matter of time before they decided to release it, but if I really see someone out that wearing the whole Complete Set, that I will give him the title of Itachari Otaku Level 5!!

As far as I peeked, though I'm a Itachari Otaku Level 0, have you considering stepping up and setting your own Itachari yet?
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