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A Functional Kit With A Sweet Paint Job Before I built the Galbaldy-B, I had previously built the Barzam, and because of that I have some ne ...
I want this! combine
Gundam Series Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Condition This product needs to be assembled.
It does what it sets out to do. This kit is a-ok. Nothing too spectacular, nothing really lacking either. Some color separation on the gun would be nice, but isn't expected from an HG at all, so its negligible complaint.
Not a must have kit, but if you like the Galbaldy design it's worth the buy.
A Functional Kit With A Sweet Paint Job Before I built the Galbaldy-B, I had previously built the Barzam, and because of that I have some new insight to share on something that most people wouldn't have noticed right away. To start, it's obvious Bandai released this kit purely because of the fact that the Galbaldy Rebake exists from the Build Divers lineup, and honestly that's ok. Not only is this a neat look for a mobile suit from the Zeta Gundam timeline, functionally, you can see that Bandai utilized the same hip connection joint as the Barzam that everyone had trouble with originally. Don't worry though, it was been greatly improved with the Galbaldy and remains in place quite nicely, adding a decent ab crunch to the torso as well. A neat little side note I thought I'd put in!
Kit progression aside, this MS is pretty sweet. Amazing range of articulation, only 3 foil stickers, panel lining opportunities galore, and a simple build to boot. So simple in fact that I was able to finish building it entirely in just one 6 hour period. The skirt armor doesn't hinder movement in the legs very much and the arms have a surprisingly unique way of rotating with the armor attached to it.
The only downsides I could honestly say about the kit is there are no ways for the beam sabers to be truly stored on the kit itself, and you may end up with some noticeable nub marks on the darker pieces of plastic on the kit. Besides that though, the Galbaldy-B is a kit worthy of getting picked up by any Zeta Gundam fan, or even just by people that like to build well-made HG kits!
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
Before I built the Galbaldy-B, I had previously built the Barzam, and because of that I have some new insight to share on something that most people wouldn't have noticed right away. To start, it's ob ...