29 April 2013

Z'gok Tofu Hands On!

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I've always wanted the mould of the Z'gok Tofu since its announcement. With a stroke of luck, a shop in Mong Kok was selling empty moulds of them for a reasonable price, and I thought to myself "why not?" and went ahead to buy one.

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The model number and name "MSM-07 Z'GOK" are moulded clearly at the front.

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Comparison with 1/144 Gunpla, in this case a HGUC 1/144 Zaku Mariner

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Not so sure what you can do with a Z'gok Tofu mould, but I suppose you can mount it on a Gunpla and let it pretend to be a Z'gok...

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Joint operation. Yea I know this is a bit silly, but a bit of it won't hurt I suppose :P

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I am glad that I managed to get this. Apart from being a nice decoration for desktop, it may also be useful as a mould for, say, chocolate or jelly etc. Maybe that's worth trying one day. :o


  1. very cool shots, but not sure I could eat that large of a tofu. Not a bad idea for a secondary market item for sure.

    1. Been trying to look for this mould for some time, but it's very hard to find in Hong Kong since very few people imported it. Found one that was charging the untouched expired tofu for a ripoff, but this one I found emptied was a good find. A lucky one for sure!

  2. Hmm maybe instead of tofu make use ice cream instead haha!

    1. Nice idea with the ice-cream! It's quicker to mould, and I suppose I can add M&Ms or Smarties as the monoeye! XD


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