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- Instructions provided
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9.5 / 10
small model, but it's a amazing kit, clean resin and good detailing for its size!
Some detail lost in the casting, but no warped parts.
Nice clean kit. Only issue was one missing finger piece for the waist skirt. Details are nice. Kit has an original rough finish, as you can see in the photo. Instructions are easy to follow also.
i ordered this kit a few weeks ago,it arrived well packaged and all parts were present. overall im very happy with the product, the design is great and it was a good price. this is a great kit for someone who likes resin kits. im not really familiar with the series but i like the look of this kit. it has a great size too.
Sorry for too late feedback. The product is of good condition. Thanks
great services, fast, good condition, lovely packaging, good price, quality product, rare resin model selection, highly recommended to all my friends.
HI, kit very satisfactory, without abny problems, wery quickly shipment and cooperation Thanks
Nice little kit. Really well made whit a lot of detail and for this price I think it is really good.
If you are fan of Makoto Kobayashi! THis is must buy one item! It's smaller than other GEO series...but got it's own style~ It's size of 1/200 I guess...
The-o looks awesome even in a small scale great little kit, smaller than the 1/220 version but still worth getting.
Received the kit for several weeks ago but haven't leave any feedback. The outlook is nice, but it to be smaller than i expected! I determined to replace some rods by metal parts for a stronger visual. I'll start to build this kit within this week...i hope so... Anyway thanks E2046 Ronaldian
Wow! This model really rocks! This is my 1st Resin Kit purchase, and I must say it's worth every penny as well as the wait. But, before I make any discussions about the kit, let me tell you my story... I first found out about the Neo Geo PMX-003 THE-O II on Hobbyfan.com and was waiting forever to buy it, as well as the rare 1/220 Nightingale and a few others. Hobbyfan.com charges an arm and a leg for their merchandise, like a 20% non-refundable charging fee and high taxes. After all the searching I've done for months, I figured Hobbyfan.com was the only place I'd get some really cool, rare, hard to find resin kits of some Uniquely Sculpted Gundams I've never even imagined existed. Hobbyfan has a lame "Minimum 10 purchase order for production to begin," policy that I was just so sick of, and wound up creating a website to draw attention to the gundam kits on the Hobbyfan.com, to help encourage people to speed up the production process. That way, people who've been waiting forever could finally get what they want before they die of old age. I've searched all over the internet for my published site and till this very day, couldn't find it anywhere....what a complete waste of hard work and time! So just when I was about to give up, I accidentally found a forum which showed me a Neo Geo model that was up for auction and sold for a pretty penny. This forum seen here http://www.hobbyfanatics.com/index.php?showtopic=16071&st=0 had a link to the Neo Geo kit, I would later be purchasing in the future, from E2046.com as seen here http://www.e2046.com/product_info.php?products_id=7025 Ever since I found that forum, I discovered happiness once again and, filled with such overwhelming excitement, immediately placed my order for the Neo Geo kit on a site I've never heard of or seen before; that is until now...no offense . So, now since you know about my long journey to find the mysterious gundam kits, I'm now ready for my review... First of all, I never even knew my package had arrived, but found out it did when I discovered a pink slip on my mail box, with a number to call back to have the package resent. When the box arrived at my door, which last time they never even delivered to me, I awoke to a light knock and a patient delivery guy, who put up with me being a little half sleep, considering he came 3 hours earlier than he was supposed to . Anyway, I immediately unwrapped the packaging to find a broken plastic container. No worries though, I did the very best I could to keep it together with surgical tape...no seriously. Once I fixed the plastic container I found broken pieces of resin on the floor, and in the container, but luckily for me they didn't look like they belonged to my model kit. The next thing I did was examine the contents that came with the container and found out that E2046 sent me both kits in one big container; the Neo Geo PMX-003 THE-O II and the Neo Geo kit I'm writing this review about. I've never seen or even expected anything like that before, which made me love E2046 even more . I found two instruction and illustration papers as well as two Picture photos, one per resin kit. I've never recieved anything like that either, and hurried up to make sure that I had all the parts and pieces for each of the two kits. As it turned out that I did, I immediately chose to work on the Neo Geo kit at random. I give the resin finish a 9/10. All the pieces were there, and the build quality is excellent, but I noticed I recieved some pieces that weren't cast too well, like the head and a piece of shoulder armor, and realized that I'm just going to have to make some repairs and minor adjustments myself. No problem, I believe that buying a resin kit means that "You're in control of how you want your model to look and perform." With that in mind, I've been sanding down excess resin on my model kit for 6 to 7 hours straight and so far I'm really liking the outcome. It'll probably be quite a while until I've finished assembling it, so I'll have time to think about the outcome of how it'll look. One thing that I have noticed is that just by comparing the two gundam's pictures together, I think the Neo Geo is smaller or shorter than its counterpart the Neo Geo II. I won't really know the results until after I've finished assembling them both. So my recommendation is to buy them while you can and get them on Pre-Order to same yourself some major dough . Take my word for it, you won't be disappointed! Another thing I think E2046 could have done is to send the rest of the gallery photos of each kit, like you see on the webpages, along with everything else. This way you get to collect some really cool pictures of your model, and see a "Fully Assembled" version to guide you through building your kit from various different perspectives.
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