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Metal Earth 3D Models

Discussion in 'Star Wars: Collecting' started by Messi, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. Messi

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    I found some of them at Amazon for 10 euros each, I didn't buy any of them still.

    They look supercool. I would like to know if there's anybody here who collect them.

    What are they size approximately? Are they too delicates? Is it easy to assembly?

    Some pictures of the ones that I think look pretty cool:

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    i bought a couple of them but i must admit i gave up halfway through the first one. the ships are small and some of the pieces are very fiddly. the one i nearly completed was an imperial star destroyer and it was easily small enough to fit inside the palm of my hand.
    to be honest... i didn't have enough patience for it!
    but i can understand why other people might like them. you will spend a fair amount of time on it — it's not the kind of thing a little kid could do.

    tip: you need to have a really small pair of grippers to get the pieces out and bend the little flaps (i don't know what the correct name of the tool is). the end of the tool needs to be as small as a pair of tweezers, because it's basically impossible to put it together with just your fingers.
     
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    Thanks for the tip. The tools I already have. I am jeweller, so I have a lot of tools to work in smalls things.

    I bought the At-at online. It will arrive next week.
     
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    My first one was the AT-AT that I bought at Amazon for 10 euros. Later I found these puzzles at Aliexpress for 3 and 4 dollars each. I've been buying them since then. Their quality are very good, and I dont pay for shipping also. I recommend them if you are looking for a better price.

    I already set up:
    - Kylo's shuttle;
    - AT-M6;
    - AT-AT;
    - Snowspeeder;
    - Vader's Tie Figther;
    - Kylo's Fighter

     
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