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  1. Dear All, No idea why Eduard has stopped making most of these in 72nd scale so wondered if anyone knows who may still stock some please as I think they are excellent? Kind Regards Colin. Ps. but they still include them in their Bf 110C 'Week-end' kit which seems rather odd
  2. Hey everyone! I could use some of your expertise about now. I need a set of 1/48 seat belts/harnesses appropriate for the Meteor Mk I prototype. I've been doing a bit of online shopping and see several types of RAF WWII belts. Can anyone please suggest which would be suitable for my Tamiya model? Any favorites out there? I've never used fabric belts but they would seem better intuitively to me. I've found pre-painted metal belts difficult to pose naturally. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions! Cheers! Gary
  3. I'm currently building the new Special Hobby P-40K and was wondering if the RNZAF and RAAF versions would have used US or RAF type seatbelts? Any suggestions? Thanks Peter
  4. Seatbelts RAF Late 1:72 Eduard This set contains six sets of harnesses for late-war RAF types such as later Spitfires, Mosquitos or Typhoons. If you don't want to spend a lot of time or money on aftermarket bits and bobs, a simple seat harness can still make a big difference to a kit's cockpit, particularly in this scale. This set should prove to be good value if you manage to use all of the belts. Recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  5. Spitfire Mk.IX Seatbelts Steel 1:72 Eduard As the title suggests, this set contains four sets of harnesses of two different types for the Spitfire Mk.IX. whether it be Eduard's kit or another manufacturer (we're not exactly hard up for choice), this set will go a long way to jazzing up a plain cockpit. While I'm fairly ambivalent about a lot of aftermarket, I can't finish a model without at least adding some harnesses in order to give the cockpit a little lift. This set will be great value if you plan on building a number of FJ Mitchell's
  6. Eduard Steel Belts 1:72 Eduard This month sees Eduard release another batch of pre-painted etched steel seat belts covering a range of WWI and WWII subjects. Production is up to the usual Eduard standards, with nice, sharp details. All you need to do is snip them from the fret, bend them to shape (carefully) and glue them in place. They will respond well to weathering techniques, including washes and/or pastels. Overall, these are handy sets that deserve a place in the collection of all modellers. Recommended. Seatbelts RFC WWI Steel (1:72
  7. STEEL Seatbelts 1:32 Eduard This selection of sets of STEEL seatbelts expands on the range initially released. Etched from 0.1mm sheet, which looks like stainless steel because it doesn't rust, these new belts combine the best of both worlds. The resulting etch is thin at around 0.06mm, and the paint that has been applied after etching is included in that thickness. The paint itself seems to be more flexible too, and the designs have added details such as shadows printed near buckles and joints to give an added depth to the design. They appear less susceptible to fatigue an
  8. STEEL Seatbelt Sets Luftwaffe Fighters, Bombers, Early RAF, USAAF 1:32 Eduard As with the 1:48 scaled sets reviewed by Mike HERE, Eduard have also produced four sets of seatbelts in the new Steel range for those of us who like to build in 1:32 scale. As with the smaller scale, these are also pre-painted and appear to be remarkably flexible, and even with quite rough handling the paint adheres to the metal really well. They are still made from 0.1mm sheet with the resulting etch is thin at around 0.06mm and have the same details printed on them, such as the webbing, stitching, and shadowi
  9. Seatbelt and Mask sets for Revell Bf109G-6 1:32 HGW As with previous sets reviewed on this site, this set has been released in HGW’s Basic Line. The quality is well to what we have come to expect from HGW, and provides the modeller with some very realist seatbelts, all the ironmongery to fit them with and a set of canopy masks. Being laser cut, the edges of both the seatbelts and masks are as crisp and clean as you could want. Only the small join to the sheet marring the perfection. If you’re using a new No11 blade then you should be able to cut them out without the need for any furth
  10. Seatbelts RFC WW1 (32857) and Seatbelts German WW1 (32858) 1:32 Eduard pre-painted Etched brass. The last 10 years has seen a big rise in interest in Great war aviation modelling, particularly in 1:32 scale. There are the beautiful Wingnut Wings kits, and others from Roden, Special Hobby, and Academy. With their large scale open cockpits, seatbelts are a necessity, and both Wingnut Wings and Special Hobby supply them as unpainted etched brass items in their kits. However, painting them is not every ones favourite task, and one look at these will convince most modellers not to even try,
  11. Dassault Mirage IIIC Seatbelts 1:48 Eduard - Fabric & Superfabric For the newly re-released Mirage IIIC Eduard give the modeller a choice of additional seatbelt. The Superfabric ones are one part peel off, Eduard recommend white glue to attach these to the seat. The fabric seatbelts pack as one small fret of the actual fabric belts, and one small set of photo etch buckles. Conclusion Either is a great choice to enhance your 1.48 Mirage IIIC kit. Highly recommended. Fabric Belts Superfabric Belts Review samples courtesy of
  12. Seatbelt sets 1:32/1:24 HGW Continuing their selection of highly detailed seatbelt sets, HGW have released two new sets, one in 1:32 and one in 1:24. If you want super detailed seatbelts for your models then these will certainly fit the bill. The 1:32 set, for the Zoukei Mura Douglas A-1H Skyraider, contains a mixture of etched buckles and clasps with the straps being made of a very thin printed paper, whilst the 1:24 set, designed to fit the new Kinetic Republic P-27D Thunderbolt, consists of similar PE buckles and clasps, but with finely printed microtextile material. The paper
  13. "Danger Zone" Upgrade Sets 1:48 Eduard Brassin To complement their Limited Edition kit of the F-14A (Danger Zone, Kit Number 1192), Eduard have added some superb additions to further improve the detail of this kit. There are four sets in total, all of which are available separately so that you can choose which area interests you, and how far you wish to stretch your budget. Big Sin F-14A Weapons Set (SIN64814) This includes all the missiles that you could need for your Tomcat, in quantities that it actually used, rather than theoretical maximums. The figure sized box is a top-opener, and ha
  14. Aircraft Seatbelts 1:32/1:24 Radu Brinzan Yes there are already quite a few seatbelts and harnesses available for numerous manufacturers, but it’s still welcome news when one of the best releases a selection of different items. Radu Brizan has done just this. The seatbelt sets in both 1:32 and 1:24 follow a similar path with a mixture of etched buckles and clasps with the straps being made of a cloth like material. Even in the larger scales the construction is remarkably fiddly with threading the straps through the various metal parts, but the impression given once assembled is quite a
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