Release Date: 2013/08


threeA's KRÖTE: Ready for orders.

From the popular series 'Maschinen Krieger' comes a model of the bipedal assault and reconnaissance mech known as the KRÖTE. The very first 1/12th scale rendition of the mech comes from the Hong-Kong based company, threeA!

The model features incredible paintwork that suits the mech design perfectly, a real light used in the radar as well as another light used in the fully rotating Vulcan cannon! A large number of features together with amazing workmanship all come together to bring a model that fans can be proud of!

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What is the KRÖTE?
The KRÖTE is a mech used for assault and reconnaissance purposes that is bought in large numbers by the Strahl army, who strive to use unmanned weapons. It has a staunch design and is known for its excellent performance. It stands 3.85m tall and is equipped with an MG515 1.5cm Vulcan cannon.

What is Maschinen Krieger?
Maschinen Krieger originally began in 1982 as a series known as 'SF3D Original', created by illustrator Kow Yokoyama. By 1984 the series had released 21 different plastic models based on the story, and in 1998 it was brought back to life under the name 'Maschinen Krieger'. Ever since then, the older models have been rereleased and new versions of the models have been released. Kow Yokohama's original designs are now close to reaching their 30th anniversary, and they're still popular all over the world.

Product Details

Product Name
Ma.K. KRÖTE (ましーねんくりーがー くれーて)
Maschinen Krieger
Action Figure
Release Date
Painted 1/12th scale ABS & POM articulated figure. Approximately 270mm in height.
Released by
Distributed by
Good Smile Company
  • Please note that images shown may differ from the final product.
  • Paintwork is done partially by hand and therefore final products may vary.
  • Due to the nature of the paint used on this figure, the paint may not be completely dry when the product packaging is opened. If the paint is not dry, please place the figure in a well ventilated area for 2-3 days and avoid touching it until dry.
  • Playing with the figure before the paint is dry may lead to colors bleeding or fingerprints remaining on the figure.
© Kow Yokoyama 2013