Bandai

HGGBB 08 Gouf Crimson Custom

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$26
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Gunpla from the Gundam Breaker Battlogue series are inspired by mobile suits that have appeared throughout the Gundam franchise.  Each model has joints designed to allow builders to combine parts from different models to create their own custom Gunpla.    
  • The Gouf Custom comes in a stunning Crimson color, hence the name. 
  • Similar to the Gouf Custom, its base unit, this GUNPLA comes with iconic weapons such as the Gatling Shield and Heat Saber.
  • The wire-type Heat Rod has been recreated using a wire.
  • The Triple 35mm Gatling Gun can be attached even when the Gatling Shield is equipped.
[Includes:]
  • Gatling Shield x1
  • Triple 35mm Gatling Gun x1
  • Heat Saber x1
  • Heat Rod (wire) x1
  • Joint parts x1 set
  • Hand parts x1 set
  • Foil stickers x1
Scale 1/144
Line HG - High Grade
Number 8 / -1
Brand Mobile Suit Gundam
Series Gundam Breaker Battlogue
Release Date October 2021
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67% of customers recommend this product
Jan 24, 2022

Definitly not great

The core of the kit is pretty solid, if you like the Gouf or are a mono-eye fan, it's a fun build. Biggest issue I have are the wrists are super loose and the hands keep falling out. The sword is loose, and the torso is really awkward to pose. It needs work.
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Jan 18, 2022

I wouldn't recommend

This gundam is ok at best, it super light and you can tell the whole thing is hollow just from picking it up. It feels cheap and quickly done. The elbows don't go past 90 degrees, the knees just barley go past that, and there's no clear instructions on how to put the poseable hook into his arm. It comes with four weapons, the heat Saber, the minigun shield, the poseable hook wire, and the forearm cannon. The heat Saber slides around when held, the shield is ridiculously hard to attach and as I said there no instructions on how to attach the hook. It continuously falls out the forearm where it's intended to go and there's no extra part to hold it. Even if you get gunpla and put them is a standing pose I still wouldn't recommend this.
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Dec 9, 2021

It’s from 2010

Only bit of new plastic in the box is a set of pieces for kit bashing. Other than that the color is brilliant and it is as a brilliant of a kit the day it came out over 10 years ago.
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