Friday, 21 January 2011

1/48 Low Visibility VF-1A with Stealth Strike Parts









I'm gotten salute Aaron for getting this fantastic 1/48 Low Visibility VF-1A with Stealth Strike Parts, which most Macross fans are dying to have. Not that easy to get cos it's limited edition and the pricing is on the higher side. What more admirable was that Aaron actually took it out from the box and display it, which again most collectors won't even dare to do so. What is more satisfying than playing and posing the toy after you own it! The awesome 'stealth strike parts' came separate and it's amazing that they go so well with the low vis valkyrie. Many thanx to Aaron for the pics and I love the classy appearance of this valkyrie. I have received more pics on Aaron's latest import so you can be certain that Aaron's deculturing process will continue....

10 comments:

deSMOnd said...

Even Macross came out with new plane model. I still like the classic plane version Macross. The shape and bodyline of the plane looks a bit like US Air Force Tomcat..My personal opinion..Haaha!!

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Yes, the original Macross valkyrie takes the design of F-14 Tomcat and makes it transformable. A strong storybase of valkyrie in space fortress with the touch of realism.

sl619 said...

from the cutting mats i can see that aaron is super protective of his love interests and handles with supreme care! XD
and i've never seen this version of 1/48 valkyrie till now. Awesome!!

chrismandesign said...

man this freakin’ big macross is superb(i estimate that it has more than 19" long & i guess it can b transformed)... i was amazed specially by the pilot inside the cabin, looks pretty real & the display base is huge also... absolutely delicious =OOOOO

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> sl619
Indeed bro, what a super big cutting mat. Mine is puny. This version was released a few years back so you don't see them often at stores now.

>> chrismandesign
1/48 scale is so far the biggest Macross toy valkyrie that's transformable. Yes, even the pilot has got geat details. Aaron is paying for quality.

chubbybots said...

I salute the fact that he displays this instead of keeping it in the box! Especially for something thats on the rare side!!!

LEon said...

It certainly look awesome when it is out for display!

Aaron said...

Hey everybody, yeah, my personal opinion is that toys are meant to be played. Ok, maybe not SOOO much played, but definitely displayed!

Each time I rip a box open, and cut out the decals, I admit that I do feel that I am losing money when I snip my scissors or tear open the plastic wrappings. =)

But what the heck, I don't ever intend to sell my precious Valks away as these are sacred childhood loves, so they'll die with me.

And Dennis, oh yes brother, the deculturing WILL continue. Though I've mostly got most of my stuff, there are still others to come. I'll send you pics real soon.

Upcoming is:

1) 1/48 VF-1S + Red/Blue Standard GBP.
(Armored Gerwalk)

2) 1/48 VF-1S Hikaru + Black Stealth Strike Parts
(Wheels Down, Fighter)

3) 1/48 VF-1S Roy + Grey Urban GBP
(Armored Gerwalk)

4) 1/48 VF-1A Max + Strike Parts (Wheels Down, Fighter)

5) 1/48 VF-1S Hikaru + Black Stealth Strike Parts
(DYRL Pose, Battroid)

6) 1/48 VF-1A Woodland
(Relaxed, Battroid)

7) 1/48 VF-1J Stealth
(Relaxed Battroid)

8) 1/48 VF-1J Super Stealth Valk
(In-Flight, Fighter)

9) 1/48 VF-1J Stealth + Grey Urban GBP
(In-flight, Armored Gerwalk)

And everybody, go Flightpose and buy those adjustable Acrylic stands. They are A-W-E-S-O-M-E.

Also, I strongly recommend that you contact Rich Liow at 81129888 to customise acrylic shelves for you. Especially if you like 1/48 Super Valks in Fighter Mode, and are currently using Detolfs. The effect is beautiful when you have two 1/48 Super Valks on top of each other in a Detolf shelf.

Pretty darn impressive. =)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I guess Aaron had replied to all your comment and thanx for enlighten us and great sharing of information. Making this blog much more interesting and informative.

Bluedrakon said...

It is incredible how the Macross Saga is never ending with the Mecha.

I only have JetFire that is Macross based and really should see about some of the others that have come out in recent years.

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