Eduard 1/48 A6M3 Zero Type 32 Weekend (84191)

This review will tell you more about Eduard 1/48 A6M3 Zero Type 32 Weekend (84191). As you can guess, plastic brings us another opportunity to build Japanese aircraft in popular scale. We reviewed some of the previous releases and the model looked nice, so now it is interesting to see what is in the new version. Overall packaging is typical for this brand, so frames arrive in resealable plastic bags. Let's open them and take a closer look together.
By the way, here you can read review with Limited Edition release in the same scale.
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Watch this video where I show all parts even closer.

Watch this video where I show additional PE parts for the model.

Watch this video where I show useful masks set and what is included there.

First frame is dedicated to fuselage halves. Both are molded together with tail fin, but cowling is separate here.

Next we see some of the landing gear parts and even fuel tank. Note that wheels can be replaced with Brassin set.

Engine parts come on the separate frame. Overall quality looks great out of the box, and the same can be said about the cockpit.

Wing parts division is typical for this scale. Note that flaps are molded in and can be retracted only with help of special PE set.

Clear frame is packed into separate plastic bag. Molding quality looks great, but as you remember, masks should be bought separately.

Both decals sheets are printed in Eduard, so you shouldn't worry about printing quality. On the photo below you can see all five marking options.

Assembly manual is typical for this brand. I show all pages in the video-review.

New Zero in Weekend Edition should be already available for purchase. In my opinion it is a great choice for modelers who would like to save a bit and still get a nice model. Moreover, such plastic can be fine even for beginners, who want to try their skills in 1/48 scale. Overall quality looks great, and let's not forget about huge lineup of the original accessories from Eduard. Those will cost extra money, but the final result is absolutely worth it.
Get this and other sets on official Eduard website.


  • Clever parts division
  • Good molding quality
  • Nice decals and markings choice


  • No masks for clear parts

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