Bandai Spirits – Gundam FIX Figuration Metal Composite Wing Gundam
Earlier this month, Bandai Spirits announced a new Gundam FIX figurine. The figure, which is based on the Gundam Zero version of the mobile suit, comes with a metal composite body. In addition, it also comes in an early color version.
Wing Gundam Zero Fix Figuration Metal Composite
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K.F.F. (Keroro Fix Figuration)
Unlike regular Gunpla kits, the K.F.F (Keroro Fix Figuration) Metal Composite Wing Gundam kit is a posable action figure. Its movable inner frame system allows extensive movement. It is also designed with a wide range of parts. It includes plentiful weapons.
Gundam FIX figures often feature design elements from Hajime Katoki’s artwork. They are designed to replicate the original design as closely as possible. They also come with a variety of accessories. They usually have interchangeable parts, allowing you to customize the appearance of your model.
There are three types of Gundam model kits: plastic, resin, and metal. All of these models have different levels of detail and articulation. Plastic kits are usually more affordable than resin and metal kits. Typically, resin kits are more detailed, and they require more work to assemble. Metal kits are also more expensive. They can take days to complete.
Gundam model kits are manufactured in Japan and China. Some are designed to be action figures, while others are intended for display only. These kits usually come in clear plastic, and some also come in titanium or 24-k gold finish. They require glue to assemble, and must be painted to look correct. The models are usually over 1 meter tall.
Gundam model kits are divided into two major series: Gundam FIX and Gundam SEED. These series are designed to replicate the designs of the Gundam series and are available in several different scales.
K.F.F. (Kundam Fix Figure) Early Color Version
Besides the usual suspects, Bandai spirits has introduced a new line of mobile suits. Among them is the Gundam FIX Figuration Metal Composite. Unlike the standard flimsy plastic mobile suits, the new line is made of high-grade injection molded ABS plastic. As a result, the aforementioned mobile suit gizmo can stand up to the test of time. Its gizmo-tastic accoutrements include two guns, a sword, a crowbar, a hammer, and a handful of other accoutrements that you would expect. The aforementioned line also includes two mechas.
The aforementioned gizmo ain’t cheap; its price tag will take a hefty chunk out of your pocketbook. However, the aforementioned figure is a worthy addition to any toy collection. The aforementioned figure stands tall at a respectable 7 inches, and it comes with some pretty impressive die-cast components. The model’s main feature, however, is its rear wing – it resembles a bird in flight.
Its main gimmick is the most impressive model in its arsenal. Besides its high-quality plastic components, the aforementioned gizmo boasts a few other bells and whistles, including a hefty price tag. It also comes with a few novelty items, including a dummy sword and a crowbar. The aforementioned gizmo is sure to arouse the envy of your fellow Gundam fans. In fact, it would make a nice gift for your favorite aficionado.