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MUV LUV ALTERNATIVE TOTAL ECLIPSE F-15 ACTV ACTIVE EAGLE PLASTIC MODEL KIT

In stock
SKU
KP271
$39.99

Specifications:

  • Consisting of 230 pieces made from pre-colored plastic, the Active Eagle stands 5.4 inches tall in 1/144 scale, perfect for display!
  • The F-15 ACTV Active Eagle features multiple points of articulation as well as swap-out parts and weapons presenting an array of posing options!
  • With its heavy armor and weapons, the F-15 ACTV Act ive Eagle is ready for action!

The amazing model kits celebrating the giant robots of Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse continue with a new version of the American Tactical Surface Fighter, the F-15 ACTV ACTIVE EAGLE!  Another heavy duty robot with aerodynamic stylings based on fighter jets and an upgrade to the venerable second generation TSF, the ACTV variant adds improvements like forearm sensor units, heavier thrusters, and a distinctive new horned head.  Meanwhile, it retains traditional F-15 elements like the extended knee armor to house its Close Combat Daggers.  The Active Eagle is comprised of 230 pieces pre-colored in off-white plastic with green, red, and orange accents so no painting is required.  The F-15 ACTV is highly poseable with multiple points of articulation and customizable with swap-out parts and weapons like daggers and AMWS-21 Assault Cannons.  The Active Eagle stands just under 5 ½ inches tall (1/144 scale) and is the perfect addition to any Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse model kit collection.

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More Information
SKU KP271
Scale 1/144
Material PS, PE, ABS
Series Muv-Luv
UPC 603259046401
Release Date April 2016