Kotobukiya is going to re-release the Frame Arms Girl ( フレームアームズ・ガール ) Stylet ( スティレット ) XF-3 non-scale plastic model kit from the Kotobukiya series “Frame Arms Girl” ( フレームアームズ・ガール ). Will be re-released in December 2020. Around 175mm tall, 5,500 yen. Kit is NOT pre-painted nor completed.

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——Description from Manufacturer——

Frame Arms Girl is a unique spin-off series that redesigns the robots of the original Frame Arms line as beautiful girls! The latest addition to the line is an upgraded version of Stylet. Based on Takayuki Yanase’s mech design and Humikane Shimada’s character design, Stylet XF-3 boasts vast improvements from the original Stylet model’s poseability and customizability.

  • The kit includes a range of additional and newly redesigned parts that are not included in the original Stylet kit, including a smart gun, missiles, a large-scale gatling gun, bladed weapons, armor parts and more.
  • The newly droid parts can be attached to the model’s shoulders.
  • The model has a vastly improved range of movement and uses the thigh joints and skirt design from Gourai-Kai ver. 2.
  • Stylet’s signature pigtail parts have been redesigned, making them easier to pose at the connection point.
  • The thigh armor is connected with a double ball joint, giving it a wider range of movement.
  • The kit includes three newly designed pre-painted face parts: looking left/default expression, looking forward/shouting, and a smug expression with the eyes closed.
  • It is possible to recreate the original Stylet design using the parts in the kit.
  • Like Gourai-Kai ver. 2, the kit includes five sets of PVC hands with ball joints.
  • The back booster can be transformed into a fighter drone.
  • There are two choices for the back booster, the original design and a drone design.
  • The kit includes decals for the eyes and other markings.
  • The PVC hands are compatible with existing weapons from the MSG and Frame Arms series.
  • The 3mm connectors on the arms and feet are compatible with gear from the MSG and Frame Arms series.


Kotobukiya has a simple guide of how to build a FAG plastic model. It is written in Japanese but you can still get a very good idea on how to build the model even if you don’t know any Japanese. You might have a hard time understand it tho if you never build any plastic model kit before.