Scalemates, scale modeling database | stash manager
scale modeling database | stash manager

Sea Vixen

Trumpeter - Nr. 05808 - 1:48

Boxart Sea Vixen 05808 Trumpeter


Title:Sea Vixen
Type:Full kit
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts

Product timeline

Sea Vixen (Trumpeter 05808)
New tool


USD 67.46  US In stock
USD 67.46  US Available

Other currencies
51.95  DE In stock
USD 61.11
55.70  PL In stock
USD 65.52
58.00  BE In stock
USD 68.23
59.90  PL In stock
USD 70.46
219.99  PL In stock
USD 60.31
228.00  PL In stock
USD 62.50
52.03  DE Out of stock
USD 61.20

Note: Prices and availability are indications only. Also check if the product actually matches!

In-Box Reviews

Reviewed on
Large Scale Modeller
Reviewed on
Large Scale Modeller
Reviewed on
Reviewed on

Reviewed on channel: HIghAltitude Scale Modeling & Challenger & Camaro

Reviewed on channel: HIghAltitude Scale Modeling & Challenger & Camaro


Login to manage your stash

Wishlist (49 mates)

Stash (12 mates)

Started (0 mates)


Completed (0x)


Related products

1:48 D.H. Sea Vixen Wheels (Royale Resin R081)
D.H. Sea Vixen Wheels
Royale Resin 1:48
1:48 De Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.1 (Alley Cat AC48026C)
RN Test Squadron
De Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.1
Alley Cat 1:48
1:48 de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2 (Alley Cat AC48027C)
de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2 Canopy & masks
Alley Cat 1:48
1:48 DeHavilland DH.110 Sea Vixen wheels set (Reskit RS48-0068)
DeHavilland DH.110 Sea Vixen wheels set
Reskit 1:48
2018 | New tool
1:48 M.B Mk 4 (2) (Airwaves SC48023)
Seat Type 4BSC, Mk 2
M.B Mk 4 (2) Sea Vixen / Buccaneer S1 +
Airwaves 1:48
1:48 MB.Mk 4-DSA (Pavla Models S48035)
MB.Mk 4-DSA de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2
Pavla Models 1:48
1:48 Sea Vixen ejection seats with safety belts (Quickboost QB 48 540)
Sea Vixen ejection seats with safety belts
Quickboost 1:48
QB 48 540
2013 | New tool
1:48 Sea Vixen FAW.2 pitot tube (Quickboost QB 48 458)
Sea Vixen FAW.2 pitot tube for Airfix
Quickboost 1:48
QB 48 458
1:48 De Havilland Sea Vixens (Model Alliance MA-48197)
De Havilland Sea Vixens
Model Alliance 1:48


de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW1 and 2 (Barracuda Studios 1)
de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW1 and 2 British Naval All Weather Jet Fighter
Flightline Series Nr. 1
Roy Sutherl,
Sea Vixen (Dalrymple & Verdun Publishing )
Sea Vixen de Havilland's Ultimate Fighter Aircraft
Richard A Franks
de Havilland Sea Vixen (Warpaint Books Limited 11)
de Havilland Sea Vixen
Warpaint Series Nr. 11
Steve Hazell

All books » (6 in total)


All walkarounds » (5 in total)


Mr Britmodeller Added a new review for:
18. May at 15:52:44 Share
Augie Good god what a mess of a kit.. such a waste.
18. May at 23:55:51
Add a comment »
Scott Tait added the Trumpeter Sea Vixen in 1:48 to his wishlist
27. February at 10:51:17 Share
Scott Tait Kit now delivered quite nice
21. April at 14:21:42
Add a comment »
Another 1:48 Sea Vixen... how original..
21. January at 14:41:46 Share
View full thread with 17 comments
Mike Daniels Come on Airfix. Keep an eye on the competition. And how about a 1:48 Sea Hawk ? Javelin ? TSR2 ?
23. January at 10:36:00
Augie A re-release of the javelin, tsr2 they did, would be great. not so sure on the seahawk as theres already one :), how about a twin pioneer or argosy instead?
24. January at 01:07:13
Vasko Zugel Trumpeter and any other brand don't care and have nothing to do with profits of the next brand's kit, in this case Airfix... it's strictly commercial POV and not unusual at all. Latest example is Tamiya Bf109G... Original, it is not, I agree
08. March at 13:53:28
Sören Reifert Besides the fact that the Tamiya Bf 109G main group aren't the modellers in Europe.
The main market for this kit is their home market in Japan, because Eduard kits are quite expensive their.
08. March at 14:32:15
Vasko Zugel Agree. There are many similar instances with same kits regardless ... remember the AMK/Kinetic Kfirs or AMK/ HobbyBoss MiG-31 coming out the same year ... and the KittyHawk/HobbyBoss Su-17
08. March at 17:10:06
Gluefinger >> The main market for this kit is their home market in Japan
The main market for ANY kit produced the big Japanese kit makers is their home market. Exports for them are a negligible quantity. That's why they do not invest a lot of time and energy in finding local distributors in Europe and end up with a bunch of business partners who aren't really interested in pushing their products, but are happy selling small quantities of overpriced items (Faller, Dickie, ...).
09. March at 07:46:33
Clifford Keesler I hate that the kits from Japan and China are so expensive here in the U.S. I have yet to see this new Sea Vixen anywhere in the U.S. I think the new Airfix Sea Fury is now available. Not many U.S. kit manafactures anymore. And Revell USA. has discontinued most of their kits.
09. April at 02:21:44
Glenn . It's the same here in Australia. The kits from china are now more expensive than stuff from japan around $90-$100 Aud for a 1/72 Trumpeter Su-34 thats too much, Even their Su-24's were around $80 each. Lucky i picked up a couple at a swap n sell on the weekend for $40 each! I think it's the local importers charging too much? That's why i try and buy most of my stuff directly from the country it comes from and ship it directly to myself still works out cheaper than the local shops most of the time! I wait a while now for most new releases sometimes even get them on sale! Hell it's not like i haven't got anything to build! :)
09. April at 02:41:22
Add a comment »

More about De Havilland DH 110 Sea Vixen

The De Havilland DH 110 Sea Vixen-page contains all products, articles, books, walkarounds, projects and discussions related to this topic.


Join us now!
25.000+ plastic modelers use us
197 online


© 2010-2018 scalemates | about | privacy | advertise | links

We use cookies to give you a great and free experience on our website. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

You can change your Cookie settings at any time. (Essential cookies are for: preferences, security, performance analytics and contextual advertising)

Privacy policy »   Get out  Continue