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Amazing kit! Extremely poseable especially considering the bulk of the armor, great detail. Only issue was the sh ...
Amazing kit! This was a really fun kit to build and the end result is extremely poseable especially considering h ...
Great overall kit. Had a lot of fun building this kit. The entire process was smooth, everything looks great assembled. ...
Here it is, everyone. This right here is the ultimate cumulation of RG design. The most important thing to note here is that this kit is an MG in all but name- The box is massive, the MS itself is the size of your average MG Gundam, and the frame is primarily an assembled skeleton with very few MS Joint frame pieces. After a long build, this boy's got way more articulation than it lets on, especially in the legs and feet. I have found posing it to be a bit difficult, however- Some of the joints can be *really* stiff, and the foot flex gives the model a tendency to rock if the surface shakes. It stands up and poses really well otherwise, and you get plenty of toys to play with, from the giant shield (which is really stupid to pose), the pump-action beam magnum, a couple beam sabers, and the simply amazing beam axe. Most of the flaws of this kit can be worked through- The worst one I will have to note is the metallic stickers. Yes, it's an RG, so their volume is to be expected, but most of the metallic stickers are applied in very difficult areas- Many of them will put the metallic elements in divots while the clear area goes over a wide distance in-between. Of course, this means that it should be really easy to substitute the stickers with metallic paint, but it still just isn't fun. Granted, it's not as bad as RG shoulders, my worst enemy. Everything wrong with them is still here, and this guy's got *massive* shoulders. I don't believe this model is absolutely perfect. It is, however, the best RG ever made, and I highly doubt it will be surpassed anytime soon. You will not regret getting this kit.
Spectacular! Simply put, this is the single most impressive 1/144 scale model from the Gundam franchise. Any hype around this model is completely justified as there are MG and PG kits that could learn from the engineering here. As with other RG kits, the Sazabi can be delicate however care and patience will reveal its solidity.
The Hype Is Justified Yes it has a potentially fragile shoulder joint, no it doesn't have QUITE as many opening panel gimmicks as the ver. Ka, but this thing blows my mind every time I look at it. Amazing. It's a RG with the CHONK of a MG, and just so well executed.
Amazing detail and articulation Definitely the best RG so far. The amount of detail that went into to it is the complimented by the articulation. Overall I’d say this is a must buy that really shows the evolution of Real Grade.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
Extremely poseable especially considering the bulk of the armor, great detail. Only issue was the shoulder joint which I used pliers to push all the way in. ...
This was a really fun kit to build and the end result is extremely poseable especially considering how it is a very bulky mobile suit. The only issue I had were pushing the shoulder joints in all the ...