Although said to be a Generic set of instruments for WW1 aircraft, this Airscale Decals set cover both German and Allied gages. Each decal gauger comes with 3-4 copies, so you have enough to do several aircraft models.
Beautifully printed by Fantasy Photoshop, they all appear in perfect registration, and thin. Each dial is printed as a separate item, but I can't see any carrier film around the individual decals.
The instruction as pretty straight forward, and gives you a listing of what each decal is by number, so there shouldn't be too much head scratching as to what each decal represents.
A small sheet of clear plastic is included for those wishing to use it to make the clear glass covers for each dial. (I would suggest using a punch and die set for cutting these, and it might not be a bad idea to use it to also cut out each decal.
I pick my set up from sprue brothers for the price of $9.99 USD I also picked up their 1/48 scale decal set and my remarks apply to the scale's decals also.
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Highs: Beautiful spot on printing and registration. Affordable addition to dress up your WW1 cockpits.Lows: Can't think of anythingVerdict: Should make WW1 builders happy, especially for replacing kit decals.
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