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  • it was going on guys that they were taking a look at here.

  • This is the Master grade Czako, too.

  • Version two point.

  • Oh, and this specifically would be the Shin Matsunaga Sze high mobility type custom versions.

  • There's a bunch of different versions of this.

  • Both standard release and P band are released, and, as I mentioned them, boxing guys what I wanted to do with going back and reviewing this kid, which is not a new kid by any means.

  • I was just kind of share with you guys or sort of emphasize to you guys for interview who maybe have never built a mash grades aku to two point.

  • Oh, just how awesome these AKA to 2.0, master Great kit is.

  • And so just a reminder that this kid came out in 2008.

  • So it's more than 10 years old now, and it is still regarded as one of the best master grades out there, especially for people who are a big fans of master grade that have a really nice inner frame because that's one of the most famous points about this kid, is how awesome the inner frame is on it I think that pretty much generally goes for all of the two point of kits, for the most part, as far as I can remember at the moment.

  • And as with anything, it totally depends on your own personal taste.

  • What you want out of a master Kidder is any kid in general, but I do also agree that these kids are really awesome.

  • So I just wanted to review this for you guys.

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  • So big thinking to them for letting me check out this kid's and share it with you guys.

  • All that said, I think it may have goofed a little bit by choosing the white version, because white plastic is always a little bit hard to shoot just because with my lighting here white just anything, why descend to be blown out?

  • So I'm trying to shoot it in a way that hopefully you guys can see the details on the white, and this is not complete Blowout.

  • They're lovely.

  • Guys can see that.

  • Uh, yes.

  • I could have done some pan aligning on that to make it so you guys could see the details.

  • It'll be easier.

  • But again, the point of these reviews is to show you guys exactly the kid looks like straight on the box without doing anything else to it.

  • So, yeah, I'm going a little bit of a pickle there, but hopefully you guys can see everything, okay?

  • And yeah, before we get into going over all of the accessories, everything else, including the kid.

  • Why don't we just go ahead and hit up the articulation first?

  • Let's get into it.

  • All right.

  • So far, stockholders point out a couple of color correcting stickers.

  • Here you have these kind of little gold stickers there for the shoulders and then around here on the back, this red one for that in the backpack.

  • Now, I do think that those really should have been separate parts.

  • If this kid was coming out in 2018 or 19 instead of 2008 thing, that probably would have been a separate yellow part to go in there in a separate little red part to go there in the back.

  • But anyway, it is what it is.

  • There's the only two little color correcting stickers that we have.

  • As for the articulation, all right, so the head, the mano y inside there will turn along with the heads when you turn the head off to the side Humano.

  • I also will turn to the side there like that.

  • So it's really cool to really cool gimmick of this kid's head will go up Thio there, which is not too bad at all.

  • And then down to there.

  • But this part here, around the head and around the waist, you have a solid plastic piece that you will string these little pipe parts along but down here for the legs.

  • This is a spring here, so that is flexible.

  • Just the ones up here on the head and the body.

  • Those aren't flexible in the torso section.

  • Here, you have a nice forward crunch there, but I don't.

  • I find that it's a little bit not wanting to stay there.

  • But I think once you get this kid all painted, you have some paint on the frame that's gonna be able to bend a little bit for most of the frame here, almost all of it is all in a B s plastic.

  • So that is definitely one downside of these kids is that there is a lot of a B s in them.

  • We have little bits like this, a little bit here, above the crotch armor there that will kind of bend a little bit.

  • That's slightly articulated to so that out of the way, when you bend the whole torso forward there like that, you got like, a sort of tiny little bit of side to side movement there in a tiny little bit of rotation.

  • But I find when you rotate, that's gonna pop out the side skirts pretty easily.

  • So not a whole lot of twisting their that's stomach section.

  • But again, that's kind of common thing for his uncle's.

  • They don't really often have a lot of twisting action there at the waist, but up here at the shoulder, you have a nice forward shoulder joint there that will pull out.

  • The mechanism in there for the shoulder is very nice.

  • Pull out to there and then you can move this shoulder armor outs totally off by its own like that.

  • The same thing over here on this side can move the house.

  • That's kind of like the same structure on both sides.

  • But even if you get that shoulder armor out of the way as much as possible, you'll still ultimately only be able to get the arm up a little bit more than 90 degrees.

  • So I'm not super high upwards movement there in the shoulder, but you can't see even inside this shoulder pulled an armor.

  • There is some nice inter frame up inside there as well, and also, this whole outer shell piece is all one solid piece of plastic.

  • So no steam line there, either.

  • Just the spikes are separate parts.

  • You just plug into their the arm.

  • Then we'll just rotate there at the top.

  • Nice double joint here at the elbow to give a nice full band with little piston detail inside their separation of the elbow armor on there as well.

  • No steam lines on this part as well, either, so that's nice.

  • This foremost part of the forearm is on a little bit of a ball joint.

  • They're seeing kind of move it a little bit around there and then just the wrist itself is on a bulge in it as well, and you got it back and forth.

  • Hinge.

  • The thumb is just one solid piece on a ball joint, and then the fingers are.

  • Do you have?

  • Ah, separation of one and three?

  • But the 2nd 3rd and fourth fingers could just be sliced apart very easily there, each on their own individual ball joint.

  • But the 2nd 3rd and fourth fingers are joined, but each of the fingers have a joint in the middle of the finger as well, so they're pretty nicely articulated.

  • The carpet hatch does, of course, also open up.

  • You can just slide that up and you've got the cockpit up inside there and get the door to stay up there.

  • Seeded pilot.

  • Figure up inside there as well, and you can.

  • Also, there's a gimmick.

  • If you take off the backpack, you there's a switch in the back.

  • You can switch the cockpit to the opposite side if you prefer, so you can choose which side you want to answer.

  • The door opens on both sides if you want to have the copy over on this side.

  • You can do that.

  • You just switch it over there on the back.

  • We don't do this skirt armor, so these front skirts will move up all the way up to there.

  • So that's no problem.

  • You don't have a separate peace for the inner frame on this front skirts.

  • But you do have some nice detail there.

  • Someone has painted up at least, Or just fill that in with some great painters.

  • Something that I look pretty good.

  • The side skirts and back skirts do have some frame pieces up underneath there, though.

  • So those air nice.

  • These side skirts have this interesting gimmick in them that will allow you to kind of a smooth the sides car around to the back a little bit.

  • Here, it's a little bit tricky because it kind of a lot going on in this center section here where you can move that size car back around to the back.

  • There's a little bit like so so that will just basically get the sides got completely out of the way so I can get the leg really up far four like that will come back to liberty population here in a moment.

  • I forgot to talk about the backpack here, so nothing really moves on this too much except for these flaps here on the side.

  • And his thruster bells will also move around a little bit, but not really all that much.

  • It's basically just a really cool looking backpack.

  • Doesn't really particularly do.

  • A whole lotta back skirt does also move up and down a little bit like that's and then you have this little latch on here, which folds out, and that would be for holding onto the bazooka on other versions.

  • But for this version, I don't think that it's meant to.

  • It doesn't have the piece, they're in there for that.

  • And I think it's just because of the backpack, the backpacks too big.

  • There's not really any space for to hold the bazooka there, so I think that's just not a thing with this version.

  • Also, with other versions of the kid, you can store the extras aku machine gun M.

  • O.

  • Here on the Baxter.

  • But this one again doesn't have that extra ammo for the doc machine gun, so it doesn't have anything to stick here on the back skirt, but on the side skirts, you can see this is where you gonna be putting on the heat hawk, which will see here in a moment.

  • But back to the hip section here?

  • Yes, as it.

  • So you could get a leg up really nice and far forward like that.

  • But out to the side, it's gonna be about Thio 45 degrees there before.

  • It's gonna be kind of running into some issues of some stuff being together here, the the pipes and the side skirts there.

  • But of course, we have some nice rotation there at the top of the leg.

  • But unfortunately, the knee bend is going to be a little bit limited.

  • As you can see, just because of this here big part here for the high mobility parts here on the leg, at the back of the knee, your knee Ben is only going to be limited to kind of less than 90 degrees, which is a little bit unfortunate.

  • Other versions, of course, doesn't really have that problem quite as much.

  • And I think you could probably modify that just shaving that down a little bit if you wanted to get a little bit more naive and out of this.

  • But you have some nice separation here of the knee armor there at the front and again with the spring inside here for the pipe.

  • There's no problems there with that either, although I will say, of course, these little piping bits on the head, the body, the legs and then here on the back of legs as well.

  • There's really super little tiny ones.

  • Those are really a pain to who cut off the runners and string onto here.

  • So just be prepared to take your time with Axe.

  • It's gonna take you a little while anyway, then back on here to the stuff that's around the legs, these thruster bills on the bottom of the lake here don't move.

  • But these extra little flaps here, those will move a little bit up and down, like so.

  • I suppose this one thruster well here on the back does move up and down a little bit.

  • That's pretty much it for the ankles.

  • You've got some side aside movement there like that, which is pretty nice, and then forward ankle can come up to there.

  • You have a nice toe band as well and then back to their It's pretty good up beneath the feet, some nice detail there and separation of the frame part.

  • They're inside.

  • So you may be thinking that some parts of the articulation are a little bit limited.

  • I think for the most part, it's just due to the design of the Saku and now other versions.

  • Or if we had, like, a 3.0 version of this or like some HD versions might be slightly better just because of the engineering of a different line or something.

  • Where if they were to make a three point no, then they could maybe work some other kind of gimmicks into that.

  • But for the most part, I think the articulation is about everything that you would expect from it.

  • So it doesn't really seem like there's anything that's like, really shocking or disappointing about the articulation.

  • Now, as for the accessories, we have all manner of stickers.

  • So I already pointed out the oil stickers to you guys.

  • We do also have some marking stickers here.

  • Is it mostly just some generic caution markings as well.

  • It's one for the model I there as well, but I just left that off for the time being.

  • Just to show you guys that you have a clear part there for the mano y inside there, but some nice caution markings.

  • And considering most of this kid is white, you student look too bad.

  • If you want to stick these on the armor, you won't really see that outline that usually see when you stick these on dark color plastic.

  • Then we've got some really nice dry transfer decals here as well.

  • Personally, Not too big a fan of dry transfer details.

  • I much prefer water slides, but these are really nice.

  • So So you definitely got to use some of these on the kid.

  • And then we have the inclusion of some waterside he calls as well, which is pretty rare for sustaining to release master.

  • Great kid.

  • That's not over car.