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RE/100 Zaku II Kai Unboxing

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

The latest RE/100 kit is here: the Zaku II Kai. It features almost entirely new (2019) molding and some pretty neat parts. Let’s dive right in and see what’s in store!

The Box

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

Here we get a good look at all the kit features, including a helmet option, weapon parts, and lots of accommodation for great articulation.

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

And here’s your standard front and back views of the finished model. The kit has been painted for these photos, so it’s not quite what you can expect from an out-of-box build, but it still offers a pretty good idea of what your kit will look like.

Also, the monoeye is moveable. That’s all I could personally ask for.

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

As always, we also get a bit of background about the mobile suit in both Japanese and English.

The Runners

All of the runners in this kit are from 2019 unless otherwise noted! Let’s take a look.

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

A: Olive green

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

B: Olive green x2

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

C1: Dark green

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

D1: Grey x2

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

D2: Grey (this runner does not have a year on it)

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

E1: Blue-grey

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

E2: Blue-grey

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

F1 & F2: Red (these runners do not have a year on them)

RE/100 Zaku II Kai

And the miscellany: A G runner made of soft plastic to make all the tubing nice and flexible, a clear runner (I didn’t catch the year on this one), and a set of detail stickers!

The Zaku II is currently unavailable, but limited supply should become open to order within the next couple of days. You can check it out here:
RE/100 Zaku II Kai

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  1. Looks dope, but with an energized tomahawk it would be even better.

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