Hey everybody! I got introduced to chap mei figures mainly from picking up random toys from garage sales and always finding a figure here and there. Always was looking for a source to find what all was made.
Hi, found out about Chap Mei recently after checking under the foot of a old figure I have around since 1996 from a Dollar Tree. Found this forum when searching info of the figure to buy another one (or a recolor) for the one I have it's right arm is a bit broken & it can easily fall off.
Hi all! I've been reading posts on this board for a while now and finally decided to introduce myself 👋.
I mostly collect Marvel Legends and TMNT, but also have a few Transformers, MOTU and GI Joe. But I guess my heart lies with 3 3/4 inch figs. Chap Mei's vehicles are excellent. Also their creatures. The figures aren't always so great IMO but many of them are very cool.
I've been collecting chap-mei for about 1 year, but my collection grows fast. Last year i found the Aztec-Temple from the Giant Cobra Playset on a flea market, it was great to display some of my G.I. Joe figures. I searched for more toy dioramas from this company Chap Mei, and found out that they make the coolest dinosaur figures ever. Way better than the most of the more expensive JP creatures. Mainly i collect all Dino-, Adventure- & Jungle lines. I'm sure to get more information about Chap Mei, it seems to be the only place in the www… I'm 38, married and live in Germany (where CM stuff is nearly invisible).
Hello guys, I only just learned of the CM brand a couple months ago, but have a decent collection of their toys thanks to my 4 year old. We have everything from dinos to the Animal Planet stuff, but our main focus has been military. We have an extensive collection of True Heroes figures and vehicles. I have to admit, with the closing of Toys R Us here in the states, I'm quite worried about the future of our Chap-Mei toy collecting.