Bandai

RG 22 Sinanju

Model Kit
$46
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The crimson Mobile Suit Sinanju, piloted by the leader of the Sleeves, Full Frontal, has finally launched in the RG line-up! The model includes movable rear-mounted thrusters, which are based on the thrust control mechanisms of real rocket engines and internal skeletal detailed from drawings by Hajime Katoki. The texture of the brilliant gold engravings have been faithfully recreated as individual parts while the its main body is made in a glossy red plastic. Set includes a beam rifle, beam saber, beam axe, shield, beam effect parts, and interchangable hands.

Product Features

  • 1/144 Scale
  • Made of plastic
  • From the Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn anime
  • Fully articulated figure once complete
  • No glue required
  • Action Base not included

Box Contents

  • Pieces to build
    • MSN-06S Sinanju
    • Beam rifle
    • Beam saber
    • Beam axe
    • Sheild
    • Beam effects parts
    • Interchangeable hands
  • Instructions
    Scale 1/144
    Line RG - Real Grade
    Number 22 / 37
    Brand Mobile Suit Gundam
    Series Gundam Unicorn
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    88% of customers recommend this product
    Nov 6, 2022

    IT’S AMAZING! (as long as you don’t move it)

    I honestly love this kit from the bottom of my heart. The fact that each gold piece is a separate part that, once put together, gives each symbol a nice embossed look is amazing. The frame is super weird. The moving parts in the joints are really really cool in theory, but they don’t hold a pose very well. The elbows kinda spring back into place over time. And then of course basically all the parts fall off the minute you try moving any piece (don’t get me started on the shield) but other than that, for display purposes, it’s perfection. My non-hobby friends are immediately drawn to it because of how every color pops and it’s superb design. To summarize: life is SHORT. Buy it. Pose it. Admire it every time you walk by it. Oh, and BUY AN ACTION BASE FOR IT!!!
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    Sep 27, 2022

    Not as bad as they say

    It’s a really nice model it does have its issues but they all do and if you are a modeler they all are easy to overcome. You’ll need a stand for it but all in all I’d recommend adding it to your collection
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    Feb 8, 2022

    This kit looks so good but its so bad

    I love how this kit looks so much, the red gloss and the gold accents that are actual pieces instead of stickers, and the matte black paired with both of those colors is really good, but a lot of these parts do not stay on, and it cannot stand on its own without a stand. That MK II waist does not help it hold up that big backpack. And it has terrible articulation. every time I move any part it falls off or something else falls off. I would suggest getting the MG instead as it would probably pose better.
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    Feb 7, 2021

    Hopelessly Unstable

    Please note that going into this build that the internal frame used is from the RG Gundam Mk-II. If you read that and thought "But that's a much smaller mobile suit!" then you're absolutely correct, and that's the core issue of the kit here. This quite simply cannot support its own weight, and given the MS Joint inner frame, it only gets worse with time unless you never touch the thing after assembly and prompt relocation to the shelf, which happens to be exactly what I recommend one do with this. I fear you may struggle to get good poses due to the weight of the backpack, putting the kit in a perpetual state of leaning backwards, but it's not impossible to work with. With all that being said the kit is gorgeous. So gorgeous, even, that I'd say these flaws are forgivable. The gold is parts-separated with some of the more creative engineering fixes I've seen employed (no decals or stickers! Eat your heart out MG/HG) and the proportions are immaculate. Buy this only if you're feeling brave. It makes an excellent display.
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    Jan 7, 2021

    Beauty is skindeep

    Let me start this off by saying that out of box, this is one of the best looking kits I've ever seen. The gloss red contrasted by the flat black and plated gold is just beautiful to behold. The separation of the black and gold is very well done, but I would have preferred if they had kept the sleeves detail a little sharper. Overall, I can't complain too much about the appearance. However, these coatings are not without their drawbacks. For instance, the gloss coat leads to some nub marks that are very difficult to clean up, and stand out like a sore thumb, the ones on the base of the top half of the boosters on the backpack especially. Additionally, the Gundam mark II inner frame was just not made to hold up this much plastic. The huge backpack pulls the waist back, which, might I add, is one of the most complex waist joints I've seen in any kit. The shield connection is fairly weak, and the wrists, knees, and shoulder armor fall off super easily. This kit is best up on an action base, in a dynamic pose, which it's articulation knocks out of the park. The only limiting feature is the waist which can't really stay forward in an ab crunch due to the weight of the backpack. This can be fixed by tightening up some of the joints, however. Overall, I'd recommend this kit to someone more advanced in building kits. It's beautiful, but will require some glue to keep everything in place, and is a bit fiddly sometimes when handling.
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