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HI-METAL R VF-0S Phoenix (Roy Focker Use) - Macross Zero

Release : USA
Sale price$160.00

From the 2002 direct-to-video anime "Macross Zero," Roy Focker's VF-0S Phoenix joins the Hi-Metal R series!

This 5.5" figure features a full transformation into all three modes: Figher, Gerwalk, and Battroid, it also includes FAST packs and air-to-air missiles. Decorated with Focker's personal colors and skull marking!

In the box:

  • Main Body
  • Pilot figure
  • Suspended wings
  • Four pairs of optional hands
  • Battroid mode small wings
  • Battroid mode head cannons
  • Gunpod
  • Pitot tube (Fighter/Battroid versions included)
  • Four air-to-air missiles
  • Leg boosters (L/R)
  • Display joint set
  • Air intake shutters (closed) L/R
  • Landing gear set
  • Stand

Shipping: Free within the USA for Full Payment Preorders

What is the difference between USA, Chinese and Japanese releases?

Sometimes we can offer a product with both a domestic and international release. Though the specifics may change, here are some key differences:

  • The Japanese release will be sourced from Japan and be just as it is released there
  • The Chinese release will be sourced from China and is usually identical to the Japanese release (we note if there are differences) aside from package labeling.
  • The USA release will be imported through a distributor and thus may contain translated instructions and will benefit from domestic support should something go wrong with your item
  • Chinese releases usually occur around the same time as Japanese releases, but due to additional processing required, they tend to arrive 3-6 weeks later than the Japanese release.
  • USA releases typically trail the Japanese release by 1-2 months, however they do not receive firm release dates. Dates provided are estimates only and can vary based on various factors
  • ALL releases are available to ship worldwide from our location in the USA

If you care about getting the product as authentic as possible, or as soon as possible, then you'll likely want the Japanese release.

If you want it relatively soon at a middle price-point, the Chinese releases are often the best bet.

However, if price and domestic warranty support are more important and you are willing to wait, you'll benefit from the USA release.