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I built this kit within a few hours after receiving it. As a PG collector, I am into large model kit ...
This is awesome.
This is a 1/48 - 30th anniversary version of the RX-78. Fun to build & huge with somewhat decen ...
Mega Size 1/48 RX-78-2 Gundam
I burned myself out on Gunpla before these came out, but fell back in to it..... after the Mega Size ...
It's here...and it's huge! The announcement of a 1/48 scale Gundam sent ripples through the modeling community and now, verily, it has come to pass. Of course, the size alone of this kit is impressive. Once assembled it will stand 37.5cm (almost 15 inches) tall, but perhaps the most impressive aspect of this monstrous kit is that you don't need any tools! That's right! The pieces attach to the runner by a very thin length of plastic so you can break the pieces off with your hands! If some parts prove difficult for you, Bandai has even included a 'Double Separator' tool! To make things even easier, Bandai has made it so that you can snap two runners together and then remove the individual pieces. This must be the 'double' in the 'Double Separator." What a time saver! There are even icons on the runners to indicate which part of the kit the pieces are for. Of course, the 1/48 Gundam comes with two 1/48 beam sabers and his large (even larger now) beam rifle and shield.
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I built this kit within a few hours after receiving it. As a PG collector, I am into large model kits. This mega size Gundam is just too GREAT! It is bigger than my PG Unicorns in Destroy Mode! The detail is great color is accurate. GEeez, I can't keep my eyes off of it now, its is standing TALL on my desk. :')
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