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One of the best transforming kits out there Transforming kits tend to be fiddly but this one's solid. Poses great, joints are great. Looks so go ...
THE ZETA GUNDAM! This kit is awesome and very well designed!
The ideal Zeta kit As usual the transformation gimmick is something you'll try once, and then never again. That said as ...
One of the best transforming kits out there Transforming kits tend to be fiddly but this one's solid. Poses great, joints are great. Looks so good too (kinda hard for a Zeta kit not to look good though).
The ideal Zeta kit As usual the transformation gimmick is something you'll try once, and then never again. That said aside from a slightly stiff midsection it doesn't have much adverse effect on the mobility. This kit absolutely has a presence as well when posed on a shelf. Great all around.
Best Zeta yet! The Zeta Gundam is my all time favorite design. Heck, I love the whole Zeta lineage. The detail of the original MG was neat, but it was a floppy mess and your best bet was to glue it in one form. The Zeta Plus kits fixed the floppiness of the classic, but then... those aren't the classic Zeta, are they? Then there's the ver 2.0. Solid in both modes, packed with plenty of accessories, and a fairly smooth transformation, the Zeta 2.0 is a great kit. While slightly skewing away from the more "real world" mecha look of the original MG and PG and taking a more sleek and simple design from the anime, the Zeta 2.0 may look slightly out of place next to other 2.0 MGs (or 3.0 if next to the RX-78 3.0). That said, the Zeta 2.0 is a gorgeous kit, a fun build, and has enough articulation that you have plenty of pose options.