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Gundam NZ-666 Kshatriya HGUC 1/144 Scale

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  • 1/144 Scale assembly model kit
  • It comes with a snap-fit assembly, matching-colored pieces, accessories and fully illustrated construction manual.
  • You don't need paint or glue.
  • Imported product from Japan.
  • Instructions are written in Japanese.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 12.5 x 4.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • ASIN: B002NE791Y
  • Item model number: 160542
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,373 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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BAN160542 1/144 #99 NZ-666 Kshatriya

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Great build kit for a high grade!
Sovannara Dy
It makes a great addition to any shelf, though you'll probably have to subtract some other models to get it on that shelf.
KyleB
Very fun to build and was like building a MG in terms of size.
Evan Ross

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kai Ming Leung on June 13, 2011
The HGUC series was created by Bandai to release 1/144 scale models of the various mobile suits from the Universal Century timeline/universe of their wildly popular Gundam franchise. The goal of the HGUC line was to have products that were cheaper and more accessible than their Master Grade and Perfect Grade model lines without sacrificing engineering, material quality, or "pose-ability". Another goal was to be able to release high-quality kits of many mobile suits that either aren't popular enough or difficult to make as Master Grades. The Kshatriya definitely falls into the latter category.

This kit sold out in many places when first released precisely because it is such a unique and outstanding design (it's also a re-imagining of the class Quin Mantha mobile suit, which never got an official model kit from Bandai). It's also huge for a HGUC 1/144 scale kit, easily comparable to many 1/100 scale Master Grade models in height and completely dwarfing many in overall size (if you include all 4 binders). On the whole, there is no "internal frame" as is common on modern MG's and PG's, it does have a layered construction (namely on the legs, waist, and torso) to provide better support and balance due to the suits bulk. While it does use Polycaps for many joints, Bandai opted for ABS in several crucial areas (the shoulder-torso joints, the leg-waist joints, the joints for the binders) and the joints that DO use PC's are used in such a way so that they're still very solid and study.

There are some downfalls that are common to most HGUC kits, however.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kay One on December 18, 2011
The Kshatriya is one of the Zeon Mobile Armors from the newest Universal Century Gundam series: Gundam Unicorn. As mentioned in an earlier product review, this design is an updated/reimagining of the Quin Mantha psychommu mobile armor from the earlier series Gundam ZZ.

This massive mech gains life in HGUC form along with the rest of the HGUC Gundam Unicorn model line. Altho it's only HG scale, the finished kit and box are equal to the size of most MG Gundam kits. Make no mistake, with the 4 wing binders, this kit is larger, wider and bulkier than most of my Gundam MG builds.

Being an HGUC kit, it doesn't come with an inner skeleton/frame and because of the bulk of the leg/arm armors, the articulation is very limited, but the kit is very stable with its large feet and can stand easily on its own with little trouble. The 4 wing binders which really give this kit it's distinct look, are fully poseable on their own multiarticulated support arms, packed full of detail including movable thruster nozzles, retractable mini arms and a complete of 6 remote attack funnels each, making for a total of 24.

Aside from the funnels, the only other weapons this kit comes with are a pair of giant beam sabers with the blades molded in clear green to match the color scheme of the suit.

Plastics are well molded in the appropriate colors and require minimal painting to make them show accurate, with the exception of the detailed Sleeves emblems which require the included foil stickers, or if you want a more professional look, hand paint them yourself. Thankfull there aren't nearly as many sleeve patters compared to say..the Sinanju which can be a painting nightmare.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Erik Kim Sandved on April 25, 2011
Prob the biggest HGUC kit out till now. So this model is from the Gundam Unicorn anime. A big bad beast piloted by a lady with a troubled passed. The kit is a little different from conventional mecha in the Gundam universe. The large binders house the funnels and grappling claws. Kshatria does not have a traditional beam rifle but does have two beam sabers. Typical HGUC quality. No inner frame as would be expected with a HG but stands out in its class due to its huge size.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KyleB on August 8, 2014
As another review mentioned, you are going to have to make plenty of room on your shelf. This model is huge! With the binders (I guess that is what they are called, I'm just going off of what other reviewers called them, but I am referring to the big shield like things that contain the funnels) this model is huge and towers over every other HG kit I have, even other sizable models like the Sinanju. Remarkably, it isn't very fragile for it's large size, and is very pleasing and good-looking when it is finished. It makes a great addition to any shelf, though you'll probably have to subtract some other models to get it on that shelf.

This kit does have a few negatives, or rather 48 negatives. The funnels are a huge pain in the butt to build. It has been some time since I built this kit, but if I recall correctly, each funnel is composed of two pieces. Since there are 24 funnels in all, this means 48 separate pieces you have to remove from the parts tree. None of them came out cleanly, and I use a pair of very nice Snap-On nippers to remove the pieces. Each and every piece required sanding and hobby knife work to get it smooth and burr free. After doing many of them, I gave up making them look pretty and just jammed them together and unceremoniously stuck the completed funnel into its place. The sheer number of funnel parts defeated me. Other than this, the build is relatively straight-forward. Just remember to take a few deep breaths when you get to the funnels and realize that they are mostly concealed by the binders, so perfection isn't too necessary.

The price isn't too big of an issue for this kit. You definitely get what you pay for. When I first received it, I was very surprised how much the kit weighed. The box is packed full of parts trees, and there is a ton of plastic. I would recommend paying the price for this kit, or at least the discounted Amazon price. You won't regret it, at least until it is time to assemble the damnable funnels.
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