[Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

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[Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

Postby mcfonz » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:25 pm

https://www.revell.de/en/products/halo.html

Warthog:
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Pelican:
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Plus a youtube build review if you want to see it's scale a bit better:
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The Pelican is probably the more useful scale of the two. Might even work for 28mm at a push. Solid looking kits too, possibly the relatively unfussy snap-fit types too.
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Re: [Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

Postby soldado » Tue Oct 03, 2017 2:30 pm

When CS posted the pelican in the shed I thought, ooh cool, that will be a decent price. no, it wasnt. £40. The 1/100 ATAT is cheaper by half.

Im sure its a nice model but that seems a silly price.
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Re: [Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

Postby ADB » Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:44 pm

soldado wrote:When CS posted the pelican in the shed I thought, ooh cool, that will be a decent price. no, it wasnt. £40. The 1/100 ATAT is cheaper by half.

Im sure its a nice model but that seems a silly price.


Cheaper than the Mega Blox one that I've seen gracing a gaming table before today... £75+ for one!
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Re: [Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

Postby ADB » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:19 pm

And for those who can afford it - it’s huge!

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Re: [Revell] Halo 1/35 Warthog and 1/100 Pelican

Postby soldado » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:19 pm

ok given the size of it, its worth (some of) the money.
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