Everybody's favorite character on Parks and Recreation is most likely Ron Swanson, and the NBC store sells a bobble head of the character. I don't know if Nick Offerman knows this exists, but if he does, I hope he likes it. It's a heavy resin bobble head, so it's not quite as durable as the Funko items, but it does have a lot of sculpted detail and at $20, it's certainly heavy enough to feel that you're getting your money's worth.
While a little tall for a bobble head, the figure has a fake wood base and a coffee mug. The paint job on the box is wonderful, but the actual figure is a little sloppy in spots. If you look at his coffee mug, you can see some spillover from the hand to the mug and vice-versa. The head is largely good, but there's a little splatter around the hairline. For $20 I don't expect the world, but it would be nice if it looked as good as the sample in the packaging photography-- it comes close, but even the character's name placard is pretty messy.
As a bobble head there's no articulation to speak of, the head moves and that's all you're going to get. Even with that in mind, this item might be worth picking up if you're a big fan of the show. As it's one of my favorite things on TV, I'm incredibly happy to have it sitting near my television at home. As long as you don't get too close, it's an awesome item. So don't get too close. Oh, and the packaging is pretty good-- it includes bacon and eggs, but I have to pick a nit that there were no pictures of the Ron Swanson Pyramid of Greatness, or the lesser-known Swanson Yin Yang of Failure. (Salad, Sharing.)
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