Really dig the style of the Machinen Krieger and ended up getting a couple of the 1/35 sets from Japan.
Box art and packaging
A neat little package in a sturdy box. The overall presentation is good imho.
The only downside is that I can't read the Japanese text. Am sure the fluff would enhance the experience.
The sets come with some colour schemes for different units on a pretty decent quality card stock
Clear instructions on an A$ folded sheet, with some tips for less experienced modellers. Though if one is stupid, parts to be inserted before closing the shell halves together can be missed.
Not that I would ever do such a thing having failed to drill holes on a previous set. Fool me once...oh... erm... never mind
Two (x2) sand coloured sprues of hard plastic, which also contain common parts for another set which sits on a shelf in my LHS, tempting me every time I visit.
There are some weapons options provided.
Nicely moulded with little to no flash or seam lines
Well printed with loads of options and spares which is appreciated
For some reason the sheet also includes the decals for the 1/20 version, which I'm happy about in case I need them for a base that i may get around to building one day.
And finally the pilot
If I have time I hope to paint the figure below
She was given to me by a friend which prompted me to get the kits.
Now that my LHS also has started stocking them (though ironically it would be cheaper to keep buying them from Japan) I'm no doubt going to acquire a few more of these cool suits of armour.