If you didn't already know, my hometown of Keshiville U.S.A is experiencing some scary and rather chilly winter weather. What will even send a chill down your spine is what you can find in a vending machine for a couple coins!
Today, let's take a look, if we dare, at Panda Erasers! They are 'cute and buildable', if that's even a word, or at least that's what the vending machine header advertises. Heck, if nothing else, these endangered little guys are best in my backpack than still imprisoned in the machine. And as much as I joke about awful vending machine toys, I always try to throw coins in them and suggest everyone else should too.
That was my intention, knowing very well these guys weren't keshi figures as we know keshi figures nowadays. Eraser figures, I thought,... close enough! But really, if you look back into the past of keshi minifigures, you'll eventually start finding erasers. Now granted these guys aren't really aimed for the collectible market, with all that building you can do with them. I'm guessing they are meant to be customized.
And that's it! Analysis over! With a complete set of three: blue, pink, and white, you would be hard pressed to figure out a way to want more. Sure, I suppose you could get dozens, so you can have every color combination, but that's probably a little much. But at the end of the day, it's a fun little figure thing for fifty cents. A lucky draw and a dollar and a half will get you all three, and then you're ready to erase your worries away.