Not the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards, but close enough.

Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by ed629, Mar 20, 2021.

  1. ed629

    ed629 Morally Inept Banned

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    YouTube decided to recommend this video to me.



    After watching it, watched this one.



    Found the website where the model is sold, and looked at the description. You pay about $60 per month, and they send you four kits every month, they have an intro for $4.95 and you get the first two kits. So after 8 months you have the whole model. It comes out to about $500 for the whole thing.

    After thinking about, decided what the hell, I ordered the first two kits/parts and since you can quit at any time, no questions asked no commitment required. I'll see what the quality is like for the first two kits and go from there.

    I looked at the other kits offered, but this was the only one that interested me. I really wish they offered the refit Enterprise in the same size, maybe they will later on, but for now I'll see how this one works out.
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    shootER Insubordinate...and churlish Administrator

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    I knew Eaglemoss sold high-quality assembled miniatures of ships from lots of SF franchises but I didn't realize they'd started doing subscription kits. :chris:

    Deagostini did the same thing with the Millenium Falcon and X-Wing.
  3. Forbin

    Forbin Do you feel fluffy, punk?

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    Polar lights is considering a 1/1000 scale model kit of the D, which is the same size as that, with a price point of around $100. I'll wait for that.
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