What are the Dimensions of Funko Pop Box?

Knowing the dimensions of a Funko pop box is helpful for Funko pop collectors and sellers. 

If you’re a collector, you may want to know the dimensions to ensure you have enough space to store your collections or determine the best way to arrange and display them. 

And if you are a seller, you need to know the dimensions to ensure the item fits in the shipping box or to determine the shipping costs. 

So if you deal with Funko pops and want to understand the dimensions of their boxes, this post will come in handy. We’ll also dig further to reveal more details about the Funko pops, including their frequently asked questions. 

But before we start…

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What are Funko Pops?

Funko pops are collectible figurines produced by the company Funko. They’re modeled after characters from television shows, video games, movies, and other cultures and are famous for their odd proportioned looks: oversized heads with gigantic round eyes.

In fact, it’s due to these characteristic looks that they have become one of the most popular collectibles. Their fans often display them on various surfaces, including desks and shelves, to express their passions and interests.

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Dimensions of Funko Pop Box 

There are more than 8,000 Funko pop box designs. So even if you ask a Funko pop collector the measurements of these boxes, chances are you will get different answers which are all correct. That means almost every Funko pop produced comes with a custom box with its own dimensions. 

That said, the dimensions of a standard Funko pop box that comfortably fits the smallest doll standing 4 to 5 inches in height are 3.5 × 4.5 × 6.25 inches. It’s the one you’re most likely to find with many Funko pop fans. 

The largest Funko pop box available, meanwhile, measures about 11.5 inches in length, 9.5 inches in width, and 10.5 inches in height. This box houses The Iron Giant. 

Other popular Funko boxes are four-inch boxes measuring 6.38 inches by 4.65 inches by 3.62 inches and six-inch boxes whose dimensions are 8.07 inches by 5.67 inches by 6.53 inches.

Funko Pop Sizes

Funko pop figurines come in different sizes. They can be as tiny as 1.5 inches, such as the Funko Pocket Pop! Frozen – Anna and as tall as 18 inches. 

Below you can see the classification of some of the most popular Funko pop figures according to their sizes.

Big-in-box Funko sizes

Big-in-box houses four-inch standard funko pops but can also comfortably fit those at least five inches. Examples of funko pop figurines you can keep in this box are Thanos In the Garden of the Avengers, Super Saiyan Kale of the Dragon Ball Super set, and Pop! Earth Giant from the Disney Frozen collection.

Super Funko sizes

Funko pops that are six inches tall fall under Super. Common examples include Pop! Water Nokk of the Frozen set, Pop! Eva Unit 01 (Bloody) of the Evangelion collection, and Rubeus Hagrid from the Harry Potter collection.

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Jumbo Funko sizes

Jumbo Funko is the category for all 10-inch tall funko pop figurines. They include The Mandalorian™ collection, The Mandalorian with Child of the Star Wars™, Jumbo Pop! He-Man of the Masters of the Universe collection and Jumbo Pop! Cubone of the Pokémon set.

Mega Funko sizes

Mega is the category with the fewest characters but the tallest, standing an astonishing 18 inches tall. Some of them are Mega Pop! Pikachu from the Pokémon collection and Mega Pop! Dancing Groot of the Guardians of the Galaxy collection. 

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How Much Do Funko Pops Weigh? 

The weight of Funko pops varies crazily, just like their sizes. The ones with large bases, of course, weigh more.

Standard Funko pops

Standard Funko pops (4-5 inches tall) are the lightest, weighing approximately four to five ounces.

Super Funko pops

Super Funkos may better their standard counterparts by 1-2 inches but be double their weight. For instance, the Rubeus Hagrid weighs 10.6 ounces.

Jumbo Funko pops

The weight of Jumbo figurines fluctuates oddly. For example, the Baby Yoda weighs five pounds, while its He-Man counterpart only weighs 10.9 ounces.

Mega Funko pops

As you would expect, Mega Funko pops take the crown of the heaviest pops with some, such as Harry Potter, which weighs 10.85 pounds.

How Many Different Funko Pops are There? 

The number of Funko pops currently available in the market is unknown, as some come in sets instead of stand-alone figurines, hence the confusion. 

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However, some sources claim, as of 2020, there are more than 20,000 Funko pops. Of course, by the time of writing this post, the numbers have shot up crazily due to the surging demand.

Funko Pop Frequently Asked Questions

1. How many funko pops are there? 

The precise number is unknown (and it keeps increasing), but there are more than 20,000 funko pops today. 

2. Where are funko pops made?

Most Funko pops are made in the Chinese cities of Dongguan, Shenzhen, and Zhongshan. There are also manufacturing plants located in the United States and Vietnam. 

3. How are funko pops made?

The process of making Funko pops is a long (it can take more than nine months) and complex one. It starts with a simple sketch using a pen and paper or digital materials. The next stage is 3-D modeling which is done digitally.

Perfecting the figurine follows where it involves the addition of textures. And the last stage, before production, is the final details, where the painting happens to capture all crucial features. 

Funko pops are so popular due to several factors, but more because of their connection to popular culture. People collect them as tangible objects representing a joyful experience they have had. 

5. Are funko pops worth it?

Yes, Funko pops are worth it as collectibles. Apart from the joyful experience they represent, their value can skyrocket. 

6. Are funko pops bobbleheads?

No, Funko pops are typically not bobbleheads since most don’t have moving heads. Only a few Funko pops, such as Marvel and Star Wars figures- with moving heads can be considered bobbleheads.

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