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A cool kit This is actually my very first gunpla and I really like it. Seems like a good introduction to this h ...
Fun kit The Beam Master is fun to put together, and it has the rigid quality of older kits, but its bulky de ...
Lots of Weapons! This kit is really quite well done, for a redeco and a retool of a couple different kits. The color ...
Gundam Series Gundam Build Divers
Condition This product needs to be assembled.
AMAZING KIT Although 20$ may seem like alot. This kit is DEFINITELY worth it. The amount of customization GMs offer is amazing. This kit like previous BD kit is very solid, Great articulation. Straight out the box it has no loose joints. Although the boosters on the side of the knees are very loose. But it doesnt really bother me. Like other BD kits this also comes with extra parts to make it look more like a normal GM. GMs are always a good and fun build. I would definitely suggest getting this kit. 10/10 from me BUILD DIVERS IS GREAT.
A good kit, but some looseness We've got ourselves a candy orange son of a gun here with all sorts of weapons. This is the Heavyarms of the GM line, and it really shows. However, the rifle is where my biggest issue is, and my problem is that the barrels tend to be a little loose. The articulation is good, but that's expected since the HGUC GM III was already a beast. Also, the color scheme and flat surfaces make this model challenging yet promising to give your own bit of colorful flavor to. I'll be doing a black and steel grey paint scheme once I find the time to finish customizing.
Fun kit The Beam Master is fun to put together, and it has the rigid quality of older kits, but its bulky design and loose leg-parts make it a bit difficult to pose, but when you get it where you want it it'll hold.
Atleast it wasn't the GM II. I joked about how the GM III was more than just a GM (II) with a Gundam Mk-II's back pack slapped on it. (If you compare the GM II and GM III kits, it basically is.) And yet, Bandai basically took the GM III and added more parts to it.
You get leg sides with extra thrusters, a different head, to waist-mounted "beam-firing" weapons, another beam-firing weapon that attaches to one of them, and different parts for the backpack. This GM III is basically being bulked up and buffed in the weapons department.
Thruster nozzels on the backpack still feel loose, so you might have to crazy-glue them. You also have the sweat option, as it should be with Build World suits, to create an orange GM III.
Cheddar Cheese Master! This kit represents everything that is wrong with Build Divers model kits.
Oudated Gunpla design Check!
Bad color pallet. Check!
Poorly thought out gimmick. Check!
Avoid like the plague!
Lots of Weapons! This kit is really quite well done, for a redeco and a retool of a couple different kits. The color is nice and bright, and is a nice change of pace form the normal whites and greys of most of the Gundams out there. Some of the armor bits are a bit loose, but really, it's quite good. I especially love the fact that it comes with 2 beam sabers, that makes for quite a few fun poses. Get it, if you can!
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
This is actually my very first gunpla and I really like it. Seems like a good introduction to this hobby. ...
The Beam Master is fun to put together, and it has the rigid quality of older kits, but its bulky design and loose leg-parts make it a bit difficult to pose, but when you get it where you want it it'l ...