Burkhard D Excellent kit with a total of 195 crisply molded peices. The complex wing leading edge curvature is nicely captured. Comes with a boat load of ordnance including Storm Shadow (11 parts each), Taurus KEPD 350, AMRAAM, ASRAAM, IRIS-T, Meteor(!), Brimstone and Alarm missiles as well as drop tanks. RAF and Luftwaffe decals with full stencils.
Burkhard D Comparing the Revell sprue images on Modellversium I'd say the Hasegawa kit has finer detail and is more crisply molded without any defects, with a more shiny surface and *very* fine engraved panel lines. As a bonus, the Hasegawa kit comes with a multi-position stand molded in clear plastic.
Revell has more diverse decal options with 2-3 times the number of stencils. Price tag is 70% less than the Hasegawa kit over here.
Plastic - Hasegawa
Decals - Revell
Price - Revell
Which kit is better overall? Depends on your personal preferences! :-D
1. November 2012 at 17:22:35
Urban Gardini Thanks mate! I've allready got the Revell so that means that I don't have to get rid of it.
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