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Gunpla TV 344 – The Best Gunpla of 2019

The results are in: you’ve chosen the best Gunpla of 2019! Join Todd to run through the results in our last serialized Gunpla TV episode of 2019.

Check out the results from our other polls, and get into the new year spirit with our special sale on products from the poll winners, right here:
The Best of 2019 Results & Sale

If you want the juicy details, be sure to check out our infographic below, highlighting the top 5 kits in each category, and then some!

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Thank you for participating in the poll, and thanks for coming back to check out the results!

We’ve learned a lot by running this poll for the first time this year, and hope to make it an even simpler and more rewarding experience next year.

If you have any input about how we ran the poll or want to make any other suggestions, please feel free to let me know in the comments!

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17 Comments

  1. If I eventually get to visit Japan, I just want to visit every single abandoned quarry. I suspect a sentai may be being filmed.

    In any case, thanks for the vid and happy new year to you all!

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  2. The results surprised me abit in some of the categories. Like the MG, I thought it was gonna be Ex-S Gundam/S Gundam since it was release a while ago, where as Barbatos is quite recent.

    Next year, looking forward to RG Eva 01.

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  3. I understand why RG Nu Gundam was cosen – got one and love this kit.

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  4. that x3 model gonna be great

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    • Glad that Nu Gundam won best kit of this year. I was split between Barbatos, G40, and Nu Gundam, so ether one of them winning would have worked out for me.

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  5. Congrats to RG Nu Gundam for the win! Such an amazing kit with possibly the best articulation I’ve seen out of all the kits I’ve built! MG Barbatos is looking like a surebuy for me in 2020, what a way that would be to start the new year!!

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  6. This year, my wallet cries out in protest.

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  7. The Bullet Knight Launcher Hell Blaze have a sexy cover.

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  8. That Wargreymon is REALLY COOL though guys.

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  9. woop macross goods

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  10. My boy Barbatos gave a good fight. Nice!

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  11. What Hi Res kit do you want to see next? Strike Freedom would look nice. I think we’ll see the Unicorn fairly soon.

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  12. All the winners were well deserved. Bit surprised the RG Sazabi didn’t get more votes.

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  13. The Nu is my favorite Gundam design. I picked up an RG, but haven’t built it yet. Now I just hope this prompts Bandai to work on a PG Nu… Oh baby…

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  14. Behold the HLJ community
    The Gunpla brotherhood of plamo fraternity
    The regular patrons always here
    A loyalty as strong as Tamiya
    Each kit the offspring of plastic maternity
    May our hobby last for all eternity

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  15. Thanks for making this ranking, two of my favourite kits are in it, the RG Nu Gundam and the MG Barbatos. I hope we will see more MG IBO kits 🙂

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  16. I’m happy to hear that a HARO made the list.

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