-Except for the color of the parts, this kit is identical to Perfect Grade Gundam Mk-II kit. -That means you get thousands of parts coming together to create one of the most detailed renderings of a robot that's ever been done in plastic -- and the beauty's not only skin deep: under those armor panels are actuators and lots of inner detail.
The best thing about this disturbingly orange and green mecha is the fact that when it's completed, it can transform from Mobile Suit mode to Mobile Armour mode. A custom display stand for showing it off is included as well. All parts snap together and are molded in colour; polycaps ensure smooth-moving joints. Foil stickers for details are included.
The very-popular Qubeley is now available in the Mk-II style, which is basically just a color variation from the original release. You also get that cool Neo Zeon mark on the shoulder. Molded in color, snap assembly. Poly-caps for the joints.Technology & Combat CharacteristicsIn terms of technology and performance the two Qubeley Mk-II units were virtually identical to the original Qubeley. The Qubeley Mk-II's stored an additional two remote funnel weapons in the tail binder over its predecessor, giving the mobile suit a total of twelve remote weapons. The one noticeable difference between the two identical Qubeley Mk-II's is the different color schemes. The first AMX-004-2 Qubeley Mk-II which featured a dark purple color scheme and a hilted beam saber. The second unit, AMX-004-3 Qubeley Mk-II, was largely identical to the first, but instead had a red-and-yellow paint scheme. Of course since the Qubeley Mk-II mobile suits were designed for Newtype pilots they were outfitted with the same miniaturized psycommu system of the first Qubeley so that the pilots may control the remote weapons with their Newtype abilities. One major differences between the two mobile suits psycommu systems, was that AMX-004-3 Qubeley Mk-II would have a new version of the psycommu system installed that would allow its pilot, through the use of a psycowave amplifying headset, to remote-control the mobile suit from outside the cockpit. The head parts of the Qubeley MK-II features a psywave sender/reciever, and also features a system that gives feedback to the pilot, a system never seen in other Newtype use MSs. The head is also crafted to act as a stabilizer in flight, thus the odd shape. The shoulder armor of the Qubely MK-II features 12 thrusters to give it exceptional mobility and speed. The binders also act as shields. They also help the Qubeley MK-II'S AMBAC system. The fingers of the MK-II also mount the same psywave sender/reciever system as the head, and can directly give the funnels instructions. The legs of the MK-II are used as landing gear and for walking. They feature thrusters as standard equipment that allow the MK-II to maneuver in space and in the atmosphere.Sources:wikipedia
[Gundam High Grade]
HG kit of Hazel II Titans Prototype from the "Advance of Zeta" manga series comes armed with a GM rifle, beam saber, multipurpose launcher, and a beam rifle. This Hazel II mecha also packs a Try Booster unit that greatly increases its maneuverability in space.
HGUC 1/144 GALBALDYÎ²
HGUC 1/144 Byarlant