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Bandai Gundam Sandrock Ver EW 1/100 Master Grade


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  • Heat Shotels x2, Shield x1, Beam Submachine Gun x1
  • Molded in separate colors, no paint required
  • Easy to snap together, no glue required
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 7.5 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Japan
  • ASIN: B005ED3PAU
  • Item model number: 171536
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 15 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,424 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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The Gundam sandrock endless waltz version appears in Master Grades!! It adopted in MG Gundam W series, it is adoption about the XXXG frame! New design by Katoki Hajime and the water slide marking decal, too. Reappearance of a crossing crusher is possible by replacement of heat shotel! A chest cockpit hatch opens and closes and it reproduces a cockpit inside. Accessories: shield, large-sized heat shotel x2, beam machine gun.

From the Manufacturer

A never before released intepretation of Gundam Sandrock from Gundam Wing. This version of Sandrock by Hajime Katoki was designed in the style of the Gundam Wing OVA "Endless Waltz" (EW) and was created as part of the new Gundam Wing manga, "Glory of the Defeated," which uses the Endless Waltz design aesthetic for its mobile suits. Featuring the ability to do the "Cross Crusher," its beam submachine gun, and alternate red transparent blades to simulate the heat shotels, this Sandrock release is a must have for Gundam Wing fans.

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He's a bad motherfu... SHUT YO MOUTH!!!
MightyGodzilla
Overall proportions of this kit look fantastic as well with the muscular flared shoulder armors looking much better than the original design.
Kay One
I am surprised that I never paid attention to the Sandrock before now.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Shademan12 on December 8, 2011
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When I was a kid, the Sandrock Gundam was my least favorite mobile suit from Gundam Wing. I thought the pilot was a wuss, the weapons were ridiculous, and the fact that he had his personal army only highlighted the fact that he couldn't hold his own in a fight. Looking back, I realize that this mobile suit, and the pilot, were very interesting characters. I hadn't realized that he had bee the most heavily armored for defense (I always believed the Heavy Arms to have the most armor as well as firepower). Because there is no personal experience with this kit, I don't really have any sentimental tale to add as I did with the Shenlong. This is my first Sandrock kit, and probably my last one, but it was worth it.

Inner Frame: One thing to note about MGs (master grades) is that they are made by first making a 'skeleton' of the kit. This is called the inner frame and on this kit, it is amazing. The inner frame is very detailed and scientific in that you could actually imagine this walking around, every part looks like a mechanical piece. However, unlike the Shenlong Gundam, the shield for this kit does not have an inner frame. Instead, it is built from colored pieces only, which is rather upsetting to me because already none of the accessories can match the inner frame of the kit (aside from the beam sub-machine gun).

Torso: The tosro is impressive with the armor on, there is even a door in the chest where you can see the cockpit with Quatra sitting in the mobile suit. With the armor off, you see the rounded cockpit of the Sandrock and can put the pilot in. There is a tab in his back that allows him not to fall out or wiggle. When compared to the 90s version, they are quite similar overall, but the armor details are quite different.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MightyGodzilla on January 14, 2014
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He's a bad motherfu... SHUT YO MOUTH!!! I'm just talking about Sandrock!

Anyways, this is another great kit from the Master Grade Wing series. So far I've done Deathscythe Hell and now this. Both very good kits in my opinion. Bandai decided to make sprues out of both ABS and Polystyrene plastic depending on the part. The sprues are in multicolor so you do not need to paint if that's not your thing. Sandrock looks great, simply off the sprue. Better if you're willing to spend an hour or so with a detail pen, or even better if you're a full on painting type!

He comes with a shield, a beam sub machine gun, and his trademark twin "shotel" scythe swords! The swords fit into his shield for his special attack, onto back for carrying, or (of course) dual wielded in each hand. The swords even combine at the hilt for a Darth Maul style double sword weapon, and man does it look awesome. The swords come with grey-silver colored blades or a replacement clear red color for when it's all heated up!

The articulation of this model is really good and the joints are tight and will hold poses through the use of polycaps or tight fitting ABS plastic. The skirts at the waiste are even a little tighter than on Deathscythe and are less prone to fall off. And the arms are poseable enough to pull a sword off the back! Very good model overall....I'm feel like I'm 2 for 2 on Gundam models so far and I hope the streak lasts!!

PRO's Everything I mentioned so far.

CON's 1. The joint to turn the two swords into Darth Maul, is a little weak considering how heavy the weapon is. Is wish it were reinforced. 2. At the very end of the arm the plates that cover where the hand attaches to the arm (via ball socket) are free floating.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kay One on September 27, 2013
Like one of the earlier reviewers, I was never a big fan of Gundam Wing, being more of an old school UC Gundam fan, and the mecha designs for Wing seemed a little too 'fantastical' and cartoony for a supposed 'real robot show', and don't even get me started on the quintet of young male bishounen leads. Of all the Gundam designs, the original Sandrock was the least impressive, piloted by the boy with the least presence. Flashword to now, All the original five lead Gundams in Wing have been redesigned by Hajime Katoki and reimagined for the prologue sequence in the OVA series Endless Waltz and the new manga 'Frozen Teardrop' and I have to say, the Sandrock's redesign makes it look vastly better, aggressive, mean and something you don't want to tangle with in a melee fight. So I decided to purchase my first Gundam Wing MG kit as I have a fondless of close quarter combat design MS kits.

My impressions on the kit itself: It comes in a fairly standard sized box and of course is designed with the classic MG inner frame. Building with painting, decals and panel lining took me about a week. This kit is fairly well accessorized with a complement of weapons like the shield, a machine gun beam pistol and a pair of the heat shotel/swords that mount on the back. These look far bigger and dangerous than the original puny weapons, giving the kit much greater presence. Articulation in the arms and legs are fairly impressive, up to typical MG standards and the detail on this kit, while not microscopic, is still decent none the less, going for a more simple panel approach with fewer panel lines to draw in but more color contrast detail between parts.
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