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Gunpla TV – Hexa Gear Alternative Sneak Sight

From Kotobukiya, we review an all new model kit line called Hexa Gear Alternative! This new Sneak Sight is both compact in size, and easy to assemble. Dave attempts to add some sparkle to this kit by painting the parts that are all molded in the same color. Things may not look exactly like the box, but it still makes for a great experience. Check it out!

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  1. Amazing robotic bird but sadly the plastic color separation is rather lacking. Definitely a kit for experienced painters as it has a lot of tiny details that can shine with precise painting (like the eyes).

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  2. Ooh… good things can come in small bundles! Nice details for sure, painting will be a challenge for me with all those tiny parts! Scary, not necessarily in a bad way though, hehe…

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  3. Seeing it sitting on the Haro shows best how small it is. But the kit looks nice for this size!

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  4. I didn’t think it would need that much paint job to look as in the pictures, eh…

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  5. the hexa armor looks great

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  6. wish they were pre painted

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  7. I like the way it looks on the back of a governor.

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