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Love the design, hate how stiff the legs are if it was a little less fragile and a bit easier to pose with id love it a lot more
cool design shit engineering one of the coolest looking kits I've seen in a while but the articulation and engineering is just sl ...
My first of many Astrays to collect. I love the lore behind this kit. A battle torn Gundam that has been pieced together from salvage pa ...
Gundam Series Gundam Build Divers
Condition This product needs to be assembled.
A mixed bag Let's get one thing out of the way. No, the colors are not show accurate. If you want them to be, you're going to need to get the paint out.
The articulation is fairly basic, particularly in the beam arm, which suffers from a sub-90 degrees elbow. The knees have the same issue. The V fin on the forehead also suffers from a fairly loose connection, which forced me to resort to glue to keep it from being knocked off.
For accessories, you get the cloak and the beam effect. That's it. I fully expect Bandai to release the second, primary beam saber as part of a bundle, as they did with IBO kits.
Design wise, the kit is fantastic. The overall aesthetic is gorgeous.
On a scale of 10, this gets a low 6. A unique look, but hampered by poor articulation, inaccurate colors, and limited accessories.
Great Design...but bad articulation When I first saw the Astray No-Name, from the start, this is a badass kit. However, after completing the build, the articulation is a little mediocre. The armored arm and leg section have limited poseability that you can't make them go 90 degrees. Plus, the waist section is pretty stiff. I just admire the overall look of this gunpla and i hope they make an MG version of this with better articulation.
My first of many Astrays to collect. I love the lore behind this kit. A battle torn Gundam that has been pieced together from salvage parts. A hodge podge of used parts to keep it going. The cloak hiding the disabled arm is cool, and the weapons are interesting even if limited. Posability is limited as well, but I accept that as result of battle wear taking it's toll.
A little dissapointed but kit still is pretty good My issues with his kit are that the no-name gun is in a different color than what we saw in the anime. I believe it should be black but it's in a weird brown color almost like what happened with the Rosen Zulu years ago.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up