Fragile but solid I picked this up the week before as my first Gundam kit and I have to say the build is very fun. the figure is very pose-able and the figure looks very nice. On the otherhand I found the kit to be rather fragile. I'm not sure if its because I'm too rough or its my model kit in particular but the skirts like to fall off, the guns have a hard time pegging into the hands, especially the axe. The tiny pieces were a pain in the ass to clip out (but again might be product of my inexperience, shouldn't have started with a real grade gundam to begin with i suppose). Furthermore the pegs used to make the leg tubing snapped on me, one of them I might've clipped off but the second one definitely snapped on me. Despite all the flaws and issues I've had it's a very nice figure.
A well detailed zaku 2 Its very well detailed, and fun to assemble. Only issues with it are the waost and stickers.
A lot of small stickers so be careful. Waist doesnt have great mobility even when assembled, dont expect it to turn to much.
Mostly Great. Great looking model when all is said and done, with some fantastic design (I love the eye moving at a different rate than the rest of the head!), but certain parts are a bit fragile or tricky to do. The arms, hands, and weapons in particular like to come apart with little provocation, but they hold together once you stop messing with them. The cabling ends up looking great but can be very tricky to do if you're a bit clumsy like I am. Great options to let you equip your Zaku in lots of different ways.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up