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I just me the new Bandai Super Valkyrie Today


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:evil: :evil: Wooohooo I just got me the new Reissue Bandai Super Valkyrie VF-1S....he is the bomb!!!

Jetfire fans...if you couldn't affort the real one...then get this one. Unlike Jetfire, 98% of his decals are all paints....the only stickers are his shoulder and the real of his shoulder.

 

This new Reissue Super Valkyrie head had the same head as the Matsushiro Jetfire head...not the 1984/ 85 Bandai Jetfire head. Also unlike the 1990 Reissue Super Valkyrie....this 2002 Reissue Super Valkyrie color is white (not grey) but not as white as Jetfire...

 

Question on Jetfire:

1. For those who have Jetfire, is your Jetfire eye decal made of sticker or paint? Mine is sticker...but this VF-1S is painted.

 

Question regarding the new Super Valkyrie VF-1S

1. I noticed the instruction sheet only show the shoulder should be applied the stickers. But what about the rest of the stickers??? Are those extra....? Also, the instruction does not show us where those extra sticker goes. In addition, the decals pad does not have a number for those extra sticker.... What's the purpose???

 

2. In robot mode....if you want to transform back to jetmode...do you have to put an extra force between the back and the front? I noticed my Jetfire...I don't have to put so much force on that lock tab...this one is very stiff...

 

 

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Nice. I still want one, but every time I get close, a little Yamato yells "No! It's a trap! Get more Yamato's!" It is nice to get one so cheap though. Not that long ago originals were selling for up to $800 MIB, so the price is definitely welcome.

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:evil: :evil: eheeeeehehe it's a trap, ehehe.

 

I never own any Yamato....only know that they are not so durable, transformation is a little complex, and require to disconnect the leg during transform from one mode to the next as opposed to Bandai.

 

I'll own the Yamato when the 1/48 scale come out.....until then...I'll stay with Bandai Valkyrie.

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