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Gunpla TV Live – 30 Minutes Missions EEMX-17 Alto

On Friday, June 28th, Scott & Dave went live to build the first kits of Bandai’s new 30 Minutes Missions (30MM) line! Join us to see how long it really takes to build the kits out of box.

In this video:
1/144 30MM EEMX-17 ALTO

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4 Comments

  1. Hmmm… Bandai trying to occupy some alternative niche like frame arms of kotobukiya. But frame arms have nice and unique designs/ideas and it is not related to any franchise/universe unlike gundams. But FA are more expensive and they are not great in matter of play/pose ability due weak innerframe and polycaps. I think bandai can make some solid/sturdy kits (better than FA) but for now their design too dull and only good as fodder to kitbash.

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  2. That was a fun episode, hopefully we can get more like this in the future 😁🤞… Scott is really fun and informative, he should be in more episodes than just making a once in a blue moon cameo 😋, otherwise I hope to see more shows like this from HLJ in the future 😉👍

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  3. nice episode guys. how is building this kit compared to a gunpla kit?

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  4. Thank you for promoting Philippines, Scott! 🙂

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