Glenn . I really wonder why they bothered at all with this kit? Odd scale and toy like features. The new Great Wall 1/72 kit would have to be the best F-15 ever done in 1/72 even better than the later Hasegawa ones. And it has a great array of weapons too
Burkhard D Should be 181mm...can't believe it, would be very disappointing.
I wasn't really thrilled by their F-35 either. Looks like a snap-tite kit in places, and they forgot the secodary air intakes as well as the roll-control thrusters beneath the wing. Too bad, t'was one of my favorite brands.
10. December 2011 at 17:17:51
Robertas Vasiliauskas Yes, that is shock, not wait from Fujimi. Buy this kit with Christmas present to friend..Now wait from Fujimi reaction.
10. December 2011 at 18:02:41
Burkhard D Could it be that all the new Fujimi kits labeled 'BSK-...' are meant to be snap-tite or easy-kits?
Lukas . I think these new Fujimi kits are designed in China. A found 3D CAD pictures of the F-35 and Raptor at chinese OEM manufacturer website together with 1/32 Mitchell (Wingscale or HK Models).
Robertas: Hasegawa Shinkai 6500 kit is only semi-snaptite like their sci-fi kits, not full-snaptite like Bandai.
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