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Easy and quick This was one of the first Gundam kits I've built that had English sections to the instructions. A si ...
Chunky the mortar is huge and off balancing. this kit has a weird torso connection that like to fall out. d ...
Very Easy Build This took little time to build and I really like the design.
Gundam Series Gundam Build Divers
Condition This product needs to be assembled.
IBO meets Universal Century. Probably my favorite Divers kit so far, after the Beam Master. I'd get it just for that cannon alone, but I like the whole thing.
Tons of extra parts. No quality issues that I experinced and there are tons of extra parts if you wanted to make a brown and beige Galbaldy Beta. Both of them have super huge feet though. The look of this kit doesn't quite capture the suit from the anime imho but it still manages to look good.
The stickers for the head are... unfortunate. Two very zigzaggy patterns and one that ends with the lens colour. Thankfully the spots they're supposed to go are recessed and easier to apply than they appear at first glance.
More like "Double Z-Bake," Amirite? The design of the Galbaldy Rebake is far and beyond the original Galbaldy Beta. Instead, it reminds me of the hefty football player-esque mobile suits that composed of the main antagonists (Haman's Neo Zeon) during the Double Zeta Gundam series.
It's built sturdily enough: replacing the elbow joints and adding more parts to the model. But its armaments reek of overkill. The howitzer has too much towards the back (instead of the front). And the "hammer pliers" is too much.
Fortunately; you have enough parts to create the "desert version" of the Galbaldy Beta; minus the sword beam parts, sadly.
A Lot to be Said This isn't the greatest description on this website. It's the greatest description on the entire damn INTERNET. Jokes aside, I'm looking forward to this kit. A blend of IBO and UC? How are they gonna pull that off? What's the story behind it? And that's not even mentioning how cool it LOOKS.
Easy and quick This was one of the first Gundam kits I've built that had English sections to the instructions. A simple kit with fair amount of detail for HG Grade, the build can easily be dune in a couple of hours. There are also some additional parts from the regular Galbaldy including a gun some piping and various armor plates. The kit is easy to assemble and then take apart if you decide to paint it, I would at least recommend doing some basic panel lining because that bit of effort will vastly improve the look.
Big Box With Lots of Potential I was quite pleased with the amount of parts and extras this kit came with. I initially bought it thinking I would just like it, but as I took the time to customize it and put the work in I fell in love with it.
Granted I didn't do a straight build because I didn't like a lot of the parts and proportions of the straight build, but this kit leaves you with plenty of options to do as you please. Oh and the weapons are super rad too!
All in all a pretty rad kit, and I'd totally recommend it so long as you can find it for about $28.00 or less
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
This was one of the first Gundam kits I've built that had English sections to the instructions. A simple kit with fair amount of detail for HG Grade, the build can easily be dune in a couple of hours. ...
the mortar is huge and off balancing. this kit has a weird torso connection that like to fall out. decent kit otherwise. ...