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Perfect Grade Gundam (PG Gundam)

Gundam Perfect Grade Kits (GUNPLA)

There's an unparalleled magic about building something with your own hands, especially when it's as intricate and detailed as a Gundam model. For Gundam enthusiasts, achieving the perfect grade is the pinnacle of their hobby. But what is it about the Perfect Grade Gundam that makes it stand out? Let's embark on this journey together.

History of Perfect Grade Gundam

Origin and evolution In the late 1990s, Bandai introduced the Perfect Grade (PG) as the zenith of their Gundam model kits. It wasn't just another model; it was a testament to Bandai's commitment to detail, craftsmanship, and innovation.

Milestones in development Over the years, the PG line has seen numerous releases, each one surpassing its predecessor. From the RX-78-2 Gundam to the more recent Unicorn, each model brought something new to the table.

Features of Perfect Grade Gundam

  • Superior articulation and movement What truly sets PG kits apart is their range of movement. Designed with meticulous attention, these models offer poses that mirror their anime counterparts with uncanny accuracy.

  • Lighting systems Many PG models come equipped with intricate LED lighting systems, illuminating them from within and bringing them to life.

  • Detailing and colouring Perfect Grade kits are a dream for detailers. The intricate panel lines, decals, and even the internal skeleton showcase a level of craftsmanship that's unrivalled.

Building the Perfect Grade Gundam

  • Necessary tools Before diving into your PG project, ensure you have a good set of nippers, tweezers, and perhaps even a magnifying glass. Patience is your best companion here! Please read our blog to learn more >

  • Step-by-step guide Start with the internal frame, working your way outward. The manuals are detailed, but always feel free to add your personal touch.

  • Expert tips for a flawless finish Always sand down nub marks, and consider top-coating your model for that professional finish.


Comparing Grades

  • Perfect Grade vs Master Grade While Master Grades are exceptional in their own right, they lack the internal complexity and articulation that PG models boast.

  • Perfect Grade vs Real Grade Real Grades might be smaller, but they pack a punch in terms of details. Yet, the sheer size and intricacy of a PG are unparalleled.

The Collectibility of Perfect Grade Gundam

  • Resale value A well-maintained PG can fetch impressive sums, especially if it's a limited edition or a rare piece.

  • Limited edition models Bandai occasionally releases special edition PG kits that send fans into a frenzy. These are not just models; they're treasured collectibles.


Future of Perfect Grade Gundam

  • Technological advancements As technology progresses, who knows what the next PG will feature? Perhaps even more lifelike movements?

  • Potential collaborations With Bandai always looking to innovate, the future might hold exciting collaborations. Imagine a Perfect Grade Gundam with augmented reality features!

Final Verdict of Perfect Grade Gundam

The allure of the Perfect Grade Gundam isn't just in its details or size. It's a representation of a hobbyist's dedication, patience, and passion. A PG model stands as a testament to hours of hard work, focus, and an undying love for the Gundam universe.

Perfect Grade Kits FAQs

How long does it take to build a Perfect Grade Gundam?

Typically, it can take anywhere from 20 to 50 hours, depending on one's experience and the specific model.

Why are Perfect Grade Gundam kits more expensive?

The intricate details, larger size, and inclusion of elements like LED lighting systems justify the higher price tag.

Can beginners attempt building a PG?

Certainly! However, it's recommended to start with a High Grade or Master Grade to familiarize oneself with the building process.

Is it necessary to paint a Perfect Grade Gundam?

While not mandatory, painting can enhance the aesthetics of your model, making it truly one-of-a-kind.

How do I care for my Perfect Grade Gundam?

Regular dusting and avoiding direct sunlight can keep your model looking pristine.

Are there any limited edition Perfect Grade kits?

Yes, Bandai occasionally releases limited edition PG kits that are highly sought after by collectors.

What are legendary PG Gunpla?

Here are some legendary PG Gunpla models that are celebrated among enthusiasts and collectors:

  1. PG RX-78-2 Gundam: The original mobile suit that started it all, the RX-78-2 Gundam in PG form is a marvel of model engineering. This kit features incredible detail, full inner frame construction, and numerous points of articulation, making it a definitive representation of the iconic Gundam.

  2. PG Unicorn Gundam: Known for its transformation mechanism between Unicorn Mode and Destroy Mode, the PG Unicorn Gundam is a standout for its complexity and size. With its psycho-frame technology and light-up LED features, it captures the awe-inspiring presence of the Unicorn Gundam as seen in "Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn."

  3. PG Strike Gundam: Featured in "Mobile Suit Gundam SEED," the PG Strike Gundam is praised for its versatility and the inclusion of the Aile Striker Pack. It offers builders a highly detailed inner skeleton, poseability, and a suite of weapons and accessories that showcase the Strike Gundam's adaptability.

  4. PG 00 Raiser: Representing "Mobile Suit Gundam 00," the 00 Raiser is notable for its dual GN-Drive system and the ability to combine with the 0 Raiser support craft. This kit includes detailed mechanics, light-up features, and the ability to recreate the combined 00 Raiser form, making it a masterpiece of the PG line.

  5. PG Astray Red Frame: The Astray Red Frame from "Gundam SEED Astray" stands out with its unique design and the inclusion of its trademark weapon, the Gerbera Straight katana. The PG version emphasizes its sleek design, flexibility, and the high level of detail in the katana, making it a favorite among modelers looking for a unique build.

  6. PG Banshee Norn: The Banshee Norn, also from "Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn," is the menacing counterpart to the Unicorn Gundam. Its dark color scheme, the Armed Armor DE and XC, and light-up psycho-frame make it a striking model. The transformation into Destroy Mode and its overall presence are hallmarks of its legendary status.

  7. PG Zeta Gundam: A transformation-capable mobile suit from "Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam," the PG Zeta Gundam is an engineering feat, able to switch between its Mobile Suit form and Wave Rider form. This kit is celebrated for its complexity, articulation, and the challenge it presents to builders.