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Gundam HG Gundam Exia 1/144


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  • Japanese: Gundam HG ガンダムエクシア 1/144
  • JAN: 0067816567271, 0767485487527, 0771481273053, 0787799208113, 4543112512468
  • Weight: 0.241kgs
  • Package Size: 5cm x 31cm x 21cm
  • Manufactured by: Bandai
  • Release Date: Friday 12 October, 2007

This is the 1/144 Scale #1 GN-001 Gundam Exia Plastic HG Model Kit by Bandai. Suitable for Ages 15 & Older. FEATURES: Highly detailed injection parts molded in different colors Snap-together assembly allows the model to posed Includes hand held weapons Decals Illustrated assembly guide INCLUDES: (1) 1/144 scale #1 GN-001 Gundam Exia model REQUIRES: Assembly Hobby Knife (HCAR0100) Paint is optional but not required SPECS: Scale: 1/144


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4  Thursday 31 March, 2016
by Anders  Sweden  

Fun build, GunSword is a bit loose. But looks Great.


4  Wednesday 31 March, 2010
by renntako  Singapore  

i've enjoyed building Exia, something diff from the usual MG, but yet, it feels like a small MG itself. with inner frames and all! im starting to like HG kits again.. =)

well well, for HG Exia.. the few complaints that i have are that there are quite a few spots that required painting to look anime accurate.. not a biggie. the GN long and short blades pops out a lot when you're posing, cos they requires a lot of twists and turns depending on how the leg stands. and the GN Sword hinders when exia is trying to hold any beam saber on the right hand.. and finally, the pelvis of exia, actually hinders the movement slightly more den it aids. if you're really interested to know the details.. you can ask me.. =)

as for the praises for this kit.. looks badass when you've painted it. the kit feels very sturdy with the inner frames. many movable parts in the body armor. and you can't get enough of its seven sword system... ^^


4  Wednesday 21 October, 2009
by Elton  India  

It was quite by chance that I picked up this kit. I heard these kits don't need glue (they are 'snap-fit) and don't need a paint job to complete (though a paint job 'improves' their appearance) and I think... perfect! Opening the box, you're greeted with a LOT of parts. For me, it looked like a 3D jigsaw puzzle with an instruction sheet. After 4 hours spread over 3 days, I had my first HG 1:144 Gundam ready. The final piece is amazing... and if you hadn't assembled it yourself, you wouldn't believe that it is assembled in the first place.

There is an obvious difference between the images on the box and the color sheets, but that's mainly because those show off the model with paints and pen detailing. Even so, I think that the un-coloured version has plenty of show and posing value and doesn't look 'incomplete' in any way. I've added a couple of photos that emulate the poses on the box to show the difference in appearance.

There are some flaws with this kit which include:
1. The 'part' / panel between the torso and the arm doesn't not fit satisfyingly. While it stays put, it does tend to pop loose as you try to pose the arms.
2. The white part on the front of the shield is actually a sticker and not plastic. I found it a bit annoying to get the sticker into a satisfying postion.
3. The BEAM SWORD! This is Gundam Exia, the seven swords Gundam, but it comes with 1 uncoloured beam sword.
4. The GN swords refuse to stay on the Exia's hips and will pop out when posing. I've just started posing it without the hip swords and it looks just fine.

The negatives are just minor and don't really hurt the completed model. Get this one if you are a swordbot fan!


4  Wednesday 14 October, 2009
by zero87  Italy  

Modello molto interessante per il suo lock e design. Quello che ci colpisce di più è il gn drive sulle sue spalle in grado (almeno nell'anime) di genereare l'energia necessaria per poter far muovere e volare questo gundam. La scala di questo modello è l'ideale per le proprie idee di costumizzazione o per chi è alle prime armi. Per quanto riguarda gli accessori che troviamo nella scatola sono: la famosissima Gn Sword/Rifle famosissimo spadone che l'exia porta sempre con se, le gn (short/long) dagger sui fianchi delle gambe, il gn shield e per finire le 4 beam saber in modo da avere l'exia con le seven sword system. Per concludere anche se in questa scala il modello si presenta ricco di dettagli e assulutamente da avere nella propria collezzione.


4  Wednesday 09 April, 2008
by Andrew  United Kingdom  

A cracking little kit that proved difficult to build. There are a few issues like the beam sabers at the back falling off as they are loose but and the arm joints and connections having an irregular set-up but don’t be perturbed by this the 1/144 scale has wetted my appetite for the 1/100 or even dare i say the 1/60 PG grade Gundam Exia. So far these 1/144 HG kits of Gundam 00 have been fun to build and prove to look fantastic when set up as a group. If you want to start somewhere then I suggest Virtue may be better as it is simpler to build but Gundam Exia would prove worthy of a second installment to any collection.


4  Tuesday 08 April, 2008
by alessandro  Italy  

veramente un bel gundam. belle linee e accattivante l'idea del reattore sulla schiena. Sicuramente il mio prossimo acquisto! e vista la velocita di esecuzione del mio precedente acquisto, comprerò sempre quì! 4 gg con la domenica in mezzo! bravissimi!


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