Anavrin Book Nooks – Reviews And Unbiased Insights!

In the enchanting realm of book nooks, Anavrin is on the rise as a notable player, captivating enthusiasts with its multiple offerings. However, beneath the surface, Anavrin is not the creator but a reseller, and quite expensive one I must add. This is why today, I will guide you allong these book nooks from “Anavrin” and the reasons why you should be careful with this “brand”. Would you care to join us?

Decoding Anavrin Book Nooks and the company- a review and oversight.

Anavrin does not create or design book nooks. They purchase book nooks from other manufacturers like Rolife and then resell them at a higher price. This is why their book nooks are so expensive.

But, that being said, they do seem to have a few original DIY dollhouse kits, like the 1940s train model DIY book nook kit in the video below, but it is reported as low quality for its money, so be careful.

There are several reasons why Anavrin might resell book nooks instead of creating or designing them themselves, which they of course have the right to, just like the reseller “Flever” does.

One reason is that it is simply more cost-effective. Anavrin does not have to invest in the time, money, and resources required to create or design book nooks. They can simply purchase them from other manufacturers and then resell them at a profit.

Another reason why Anavrin might resell book nooks is that it allows them to offer a wider variety of products. If Anavrin were to create or design their own book nooks, they would be limited to the designs that they could come up with themselves.

There is already a demand for book nooks, and Anavrin can capitalize on this. This can be a very effective way to grow a business, as it allows Anavrin to avoid the risks associated with creating or designing new products, which can be very hard to do for a small business like Katnook, from whom I purchased one of her book nook kits.

Book nook insert
Book Nook Diagon Alley by

Anavrin versus Robotime (Rolife) – find alternative platforms for your book nooks and miniature kits.

So we now have established that Anavrin is not the same company as Robotime (aka Rolife), but are they a scam?

As said above, they are NOT a scam, just retailers, as allowed by law. So people claim on Reddit and such that it is a scam, this is not totally true, in all fairness.

We can find out a bit about the alternative platforms to buy kits from Robotime.

To avoid picture copyrights, I will only show my own pictures of a certain book nook, called Sakura Densya, and look for the price on Anavrin, but also other platforms.

You’ll be surprised about the price differences!

In the table below, you can compare prices (they can slightly vary according to the store and time periods), and see some pros and cons of each platform.

– Curated selection of book nooks from various creators.
– Potential for unique designs.
– Higher price point compared to other retailers.
– Limited information on the original creators.
– Prime shipping benefits for eligible customers.
– Reliable and established e-commerce platform.
– May have limited control over product authenticity.
– Quality may vary based on sellers.
– Direct purchase from the original manufacturer.
– Access to the full Robotime product range.
– Limited variety compared to resellers.
– International shipping costs may apply.
– Competitive pricing.
– Wide range of sellers offering similar products.
– Shipping times may be longer.
– Quality control may vary among sellers.
– can be payed in terms
– even higher price then on
Anavrin Website

Understanding Anavrin’s Market Position as a High-end Reseller

Anavrin uses a variety of marketing channels to reach its target audience. They have a strong online presence, with a website and social media channels. However, Anavrin’s most successful marketing strategy is its use of social media ads, particularly on Facebook/Instagram.

Facebook ads are a great way for Anavrin to reach its target audience, and allow Anavrin to target its ads to specific demographics, such as age, gender, and interests.

Anavrin’s Facebook ads are also very creative and engaging. They use eye-catching visuals and compelling copy to capture attention and encourage people to click on their ads.

Price Comparison, is Anavrin Legit?

To compare Anavrin’s pricing to other sellers and retailers, it’s important to consider specific products and their comparable features. For instance, Anavrin’s book nooks typically range from $40 to $100, while those from Robotime (the manufacturer they source from) can be found for around $30 to $60.

This suggests that Anavrin’s markup is generally in the range of 30% to 50%. This markup is not uncommon for brand distributors, who often add value through branding, packaging, and customer service. (I’m not claiming that this is the case here)

Anavrin 1940s train cabin

Is reselling book nooks an easy job?

While reselling book nooks may seem like an easy way to make money, there are also some risks associated with this business model. One risk is that Anavrin may be accused of price gouging.

If customers believe that Anavrin is charging too much for their book nooks, they may be less likely to purchase them. Additionally, reselling book nooks may make Anavrin more vulnerable to competition. If other companies begin to offer similar products at lower prices, Anavrin may lose customers, as with what is happening with this new Asian seller, named Temu.

Overall, there are both pros and cons to reselling book nooks as a business model.

My Final Conclusion

I hope that I have cleared up another confusion about DIY dollhouse kits, and that is the fact that Anavrin is yet mostly another reseller on the very large market 😉

If you have any more questions about this topic or would like to add something about this, please leave a comment down below in the comment. This also means when you disagree with what I just said!

I wish you happy crafting and don’t forget to join my social media channels!

Kind regards,


1 thought on “Anavrin Book Nooks – Reviews And Unbiased Insights!”

  1. Hi Lizzie, I have looked at purchasing Alvarin book nooks before. But for some reason have always orientated towards Robottime. I never thought they were a scam and I never knew they was a reseller but probably just because I never looked into this.

    Thank you for sharing. Maybe i will take a look again and at the alternatives you say from the company they are buying from.

    Best regards;



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