- Advertencia: Sólo para uso doméstico
- Advertencia: Utilícese bajo la vigilancia directa de un adulto
Compara Precios en Amazon
+ Envío GRATIS
+ Envío GRATIS
+ EUR 5,50 de gastos de envío
Bandai Rg 1/144 Gn-001 Gundam Exia (Mobile Suit Gundam 00) Las importaciones japonesas
|Precio:||EUR 32,64 Envío GRATIS.|
|Precio final del producto|
- No glue required for assembly, a hobby nipper is required to remove parts from runners
- Colored plastic, little to no paint required to replicate appearance
- Instruction Manual x1, Runner x9, holographic PET x1, Realistic decal x1
- Product bears official Bluefin Distribution logo ensuring purchaser is receiving authentic licensed item from approved U.S. retailer
- Tested for safety and in compliance with U.S. consumer product safety regulations; Product support assistance provided
Advertencias: Utilizar bajo vigilancia de un adulto.
Los clientes que compraron este producto también compraron
¿Qué otros productos compran los clientes tras ver este producto?
¿Tienes alguna pregunta?
Encuentra respuestas en la información del producto, en preguntas y respuestas y en reseñas.
Asegúrate de haber introducido una pregunta válida. Podrás editar tu pregunta o publicación.
Seguridad del producto
Este producto está sujeto a instrucciones y advertencias específicas de seguridad
Descripción del producto
■ ■ Plástico Escala: 1/144 escala ■ Accesorios: es GN Espada / GN Shield / GN sable haz × daga haz 2/GN × serie 2/GN Corto Cuchilla / GN larga hoja RG primero de la "Mobile Suit Gundam 00" alineación! También avanzada de MS conjunta "configuración maniobra para la implementación se omite la otra Gundam, el" rango de desplazamiento equivalente a la de los humanos "," que se incluyó en sólo Exia a Gundam Exia apariencia! Especializada en pelea de perros, equipada. Esto, me doy cuenta de la amplitud de movimiento sin precedentes entre la serie RG hasta el momento, se puede disfrutar de la base el movimiento del cuerpo humano.
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento.
Simplemente tan detallado y sólido. Salvo por la sujección de las placas de los hombros todo es perfecto en ésta maqueta. Y reconforta muchísimo que Amazon lo venda a un precio decente, al contrario que el resto íntegro de tiendas no japonesas.
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
Having built the MG version. I am fully happy with the improvements that went into the Exia the shoulders were a pain for the MG, as well as the ankles *hard to get it standing on a shelf* Currently in the process of building the RG. Took 1 good hour just to build up one of the legs. It'll be decalled and panel lined. Displaying it next to its successor.
The finished product looks amazing. Mobility is a little bit hindered because of the front skirt armor (kind of wished it was built like the MG version instead, but its not a problem). Overall the aesthetics for this model is greater than the MG, as well as its ability to stand on its own. If you're an Exia fanboy like myself you will enjoy it.
*SIDE NOTE- be careful of the notches on the Arms I managed to cut one of them off by accident and had to glue on the arm itself, GN powerstrips slides off and on from time to time but that's my own fault*
If you liked anything about the Exia from Gundam 00, this is the kit to have. The level of detail on this kit is great, but not distracting from the simple design. The given decals do enough of a job enhancing it without overwhelming it. Most of the chrome stickering is used as an accent for the semi-clear blue and green parts that adorn the design. Bandai thankfully had the forethought to give this kit chromed blades from the get go and it really makes it stand out.
What really makes this kit shine is the ease of poseability. Due to the Exia's simple, melee oriented design, it gets to make great use of the Real Grade action frame. Up on a action base or standing on a shelf, it poses well, balances well and has no trouble holding it's mighty GN Sword at full extension. The cockpit hatch can open, revealing one of the tiniest cockpit openings I have seen, and the GN Drive assembly on the back can extend out slightly to reveal more of it's GN goodness.
It's hard for me to find any real caveats with this kit. Perhaps the only one is that the shoulder parts can pop off if you extend the arms too far upward, but that's more a design issue due to the plastic ribbon piece so I can't hold it against it much.
The Exia comes with it's GN Sword, the pair of GN Blades, a melee shield, Four beam sabers plus two pegged, a pair of long and short beam blades, pair of RG hands, pair of trigger/grasping hands, pair of fists, and a pair of open hands. It comes with a action base connector so use that if you intend to display it on one. Curiously, it also comes with an extra v-fin so do what you want with it. I painted the extra in more traditional yellow/red colors just to see how it looks.
Highly recommended kit.
-Fantastic presentation without extra paint, panel lining, or decals.
-Has fewer issues with loose parts compared to other RG kits.
-Above average articulation in the arms and legs
-Chrome-finished weapons look quite sexy
-Is sturdy in its construction and does not have loose joints in the body
-Offers plentiful accessories: 3 chrome-finish swords, shield, and two beam sabers
-The gripping hands designed to hold the weapons do a poor job of securely holding the GN long and short blade; they droop forward in the hand
-The GN sword(large sword) does not feel sturdily designed: joints that are connected to it are loose, especially the joint that connects it to the forearm
-It has slight weight issues in the back; it can fall backwards easily with a simple nugde
-The shoulder armor can easily pop out of the arms because of the rigid plastic strips that connect them to the arms
-BIGGEST ISSUE: Front skirt armor limits forward movement in the legs, hampering a considerable amount of posing options whether on the ground or on an action base.
Whether you should buy this kit depends on what you value in a Gundam model kit. If you want a good-looking model or if Exia is your favorite Gundam, you may be able to look past it's issues. If you want the best of the RG line or prefer function over presentation, then the RG Exia is not a kit I can recommend. It isn't a bad kit, it doesn't compare to what I believe is the best of the RG line, the MK II.
P.S. I was surprised that I still received my model kit after derping with my address by accidentally adding a 6th number in my 5 digit home address and still getting it earlier that it was estimated. Anyway this model kit is very good compared to the master grade (which falls down)
P.S. I've finished building it, and it was a great build. I've posted some images of exia and a little bit concerns with it if you don't want to brake it (which I almost did but overcame it). It has really good articulation and I love the posability of the rg exia. If you want any questions about it or any concerns just ask me by commenting my review. -w- bai!!!