The RGM-89 Jegan follows a long lineage of Mass Produced Federation Mobile Suits. Anaheim Electronics is responsible for the construction and development of the RGM-89 Jegan. Unlike Jegan’s Federation-built GM predecessors. The RGM-89 Jegan combines everything the Federation and Anaheim Electronics had learned in 20 years of Mobile Suit production to create a new standard for mass-produced MS. This HGUC rendition of the RGM-89 Jegan is the first of many sweet variations of the Jegan made by Bandai, so be sure to check them all out!
Here’s what Bandai included alongside the RGM-89 Jegan:
- Beam Rifle
- Beam Saber
Bandai designed the HGUC RGM-89 Jegan from the ground up! However, the build should feel similar to other Federation High Grade model kits. Bandai engineered the RGM-89 Jegan using a minimal piece count, making the model very accessible to new builders and perfect for building multiple copies! Since the RGM-89 Jegan does not feature any front or back skirt armor, posing the legs is super easy and intuitive.
Weapons and Other Notable Attributes –
The RGM-89 Jegan uses a Beam Rifle as its primary weapon. This weapon features a shortened barrel for increased handling. Reducing the output of this weapon allowed the RGM-89 Jegan to increase its fire rate significantly. The RGM-89 Jegan’s shield contains four missiles molded in color for an extra level of detail. The Beam Saber hides inside the right skirt armor and includes two blade effects of varying lengths for further customization. Opposite that is a set of three hand grenades underneath an articulated cover. The grenades come as one piece, so, unfortunately, the RGM-89 Jegan model kit cannot use these weapons properly.
This kit includes:
6 Runners total (A, B, C, D, SB5, PC132A)
Total Piece Count – 132 with 3 Unused Parts
Materials – PS, PE, ABS