Rated 1.5 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by scarlett690 I bought this item, because I have always wanted this item and finally decided to go ahead and buy it. I got it home, got it out of the package and ten minutes later the leg popped off. This item is cheaply made and not worth buying 05/19/2013
Rated 2 out of 5★ by ginnygingin Not sturdy enough I bought this for my 10 year old son who has been asking for one for about two years. He wanted to paint it. Even though he handled it gently, he had it for less than a day before one hand fell off. We found the little screw that fell out, but because of the way the hinges work, can't see any way to get it back together. I read reviews of similar products on other websites, and it seems to be a common problem with this type manikin even when handled by adults. 05/18/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by adairal20 Thought it was a good deal, until they broke I bought three of these drawing manikins for my art class, the students are working on a super hero project and I wanted them to have something they could pose and see how joints moved and bent together. The very first day, fresh out of the box, a student was looking at the manikin, had not posed or moved it, and the head flew off. The screws used to hold the part together are extremely tiny and the springs that hold the poses in place are too small and create too much tension, which in turn rips out the tiny screw. The next one lost a hand for the same reason and not only did the screw come out but the hand split in half so trying to repair it was out. I am an art teacher with a limited school budget and purchased these out of my own personal money so that my students could have something to use for drawing figures for the first time. Just because something is inexpensive does not mean that it must also be poorly made and not worth the money at all. 02/19/2014
Rated 2 out of 5★ by oddlelally smaller than advertised Advertised as a 10 inch manikin but when we picked it up it was only 8 inches. 12/29/2013