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Eduard Plastic Model Kits - Royal Class added18 Sep 2017
Eduard Model Accessories was formed in 1989 in the basement of co-owner Ctirad Kuraks house in Most, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic). Since beginning with photo etching parts for other manufacturers Eduard started producing their own kits in 1993.
These ranges are now available to order, and we will be adding more Eduard accessories and models in the next few weeks.
The name here is pretty self explanatory. The distinctive red box typifies the top quality nature of the kits, and contain two complete kits (though three have also been included in some subject matters). The decals offer many marking options with stencils, a very extensive assortment of PE and masks, and an extra large instruction booklet. Special bonuses are included in the form of 1:1 replicas of medals and insignia, large scale instrument panels, supplementary publications, resin parts, or pieces of the actual aircraft relevant to the subject. These kits, although not cheap, are unique in the hobby and target very discriminating modelers, collectors and aviation enthusiasts.
The Limited Edition kits offer plastic from Eduard runs, as well as of those of other manufacturer's. The plastic is then brought up to the ProfiPack standard with the inclusion of PE sests, masks and large decal sheets, and are further complemented with other accessories such as resin details (exhausts, engines, wheels etc.), figures and/or supplementary publications.
They are produced with the serious modeler and collector in mind.
ProfiPACK is our basic, high standard plastic kit edition. Each ProfiPACK kit contains a complete plastic model kit with additional items for various subvariants, photoetched sets Eduard masks and a large decal sheet covering four to six markings options with stencils. The ProfiPACK kits are produced in 1/48, 1/72, 1/144 and 1/32 scales.
This line is easily recognizable with its orange accented box, and with more recent releases, the addition of the ProfiPACK logo. The older ProfiPACK kits had a black box and also carried the ProfiPACK name.
ProfiPACK kits are designed for all moderately experienced modelers.
The Weekend edition offers a simpler and less expensive alternative to the standard ProfiPACK kits. They provide a top quality injection molded kit at an incredibly competitive price. The Weekend edition kits contain all parts in injection molded plastic, and build one specific variant.
They contain no additional accessories, and have two marking options. These kits are designed for those modelers that don't require or want all of the "bells and whistles" of the ProfiPack kits, and are ideal for beginners and quick turnaround modelers.