Revell Star Wars Models Review

Revell has been a worldwide leader in scale plastic model kits since 1945. Today, Revell offers more than 7,000 different accurately detailed cars, trucks, ships, aircraft, spacecraft and more scale plastic model kits. The company is a subsidiary of Hobbico, Inc. one of the largest designer, manufacturer and distributor of radio control and model hobby products in the world.
We received 2 Star Wars models at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
Star Wars Rebel U-Wing Fighter –  a model kit replica of a sleek new troop transport/gunship that will be unveiled in Rogue One. The 35-piece plastic model kit features a lighted cockpit that reveals Rebel soldiers ready for combat, rotating wings that can switch between two flying modes, removable landing gear, and battle action sound effects that let kids’ imaginations soar.

Star Wars AT-ACT Cargo Walker – the newest iteration of the four-legged All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT™) first seen in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. The 45-piece plastic model kit produces a walker with a positionable head, shoulders and knees as well as movable guns, an illuminated command cockpit, and both walking and battle action sounds.

My boys are fully entrenched in the Star Wars obsession phenomenon. They watch all the movies, and love anything Star Wars they can get their hands on. They love to do projects together and with daddy, and see things created by their own hands. These model sets are perfect for my boys. There are enough pieces to make it challenging, but not so many that it becomes overwhelming and they give up. The pieces are sturdy, so they will not have to worry about any getting broken too easy when using and putting this together.
These are nice sized models that they can put up on their shelves and show off to their friends. The models are true to the design of the Wing Fighter and Cargo Walker. These are high quality model kits and we would definitely buy from Revell again!

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