Revell U.S.S. Enterprise

(13 customer reviews)


Last updated on September 3, 2023 11:50 pm Details


  • Build your own replica of the largest vessel ever built with this 102-piece model kit
  • Kit includes complete hull or water line option, 30 ship-borne aircraft, detailed superstructures, rockets, radar antennas, US Navy decals, display stand
  • Model scale 1:720
  • Recommended for ages 12 years and older
  • Paint and glue are sold separately
  • Detailed flight deck, island, fan tail, and anti-aircraft missile mounts
  • Includes: 30 aircraft – A-4 Skyhawk, RA-5C Vigilante, A-6E Intruder, and F-4 Phantom, and display stand
  • 1:720 Scale, 102 parts, skill level 4
  • Includes waterslide decals
  • Illustrated assembly instructions
  • Detailed flight deck, island, fan tail, and anti-aircraft missile mounts
  • Includes: 30 aircraft – A-4 Skyhawk, RA-5C Vigilante, A-6E Intruder, and F-4 Phantom, and display stand
  • 1:720 Scale, 102 parts, skill level 4
  • Includes waterslide decals
  • Illustrated assembly instructions

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Additional information



Age Range Description

12 – 14 Years





Item Dimensions LxWxH

20.28 x 7.28 x 2.28 inches



Included Components

model kit

Item Weight

1.04 pounds

Number of Pieces


Model Name

U.S.S. Enterprise

Product Dimensions

20.28 x 7.28 x 2.28 inches

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer




Date First Available

November 22, 2004

13 reviews for Revell U.S.S. Enterprise

  1. Michael Greenup

    it is a perfect gift for kids, very good feedback from friend’s son

  2. churoman101

    The model is a fine one and has been fully built, my problem was with the delivery by Royal Mail. It looked like it was dropkicked then run over, I should state that the model (somehow) remained undamaged.

  3. Joe Prime

    Nice kit…spent one winter putting it all together. Take your time, do some research, and you can really do some nice things wth this kit. I painted the aircraft in the colorful Diamondback scheme for visual pop. Be aware this kit has the older bridge. Take your time and have fun with it. Eduard also makes scale crewmember photoetch sheets…pre-painted thankfully.

  4. K H

    Picked this up for 10 pound and its well worth it and looking forward to making it as it looks great and rather large.

  5. Eddie Thao

    Some of the pieces broke off from the frames but other then that, it came in pristine condition.

  6. Joe Prime

    The paint diagram was a great help.I used some small painters tape to do the stripes on the deck which came out really well.Just the right amount of planes.Did not over crowd the deck.I am doing a DDG now but the pieces are really small and it will take some time to finish.Since I am retired I can really take my time.I really enjoyed building the Enterprise.

  7. Don (retired mechanic and ex US Navy)

    The kit cost just £8.99 so I thought I’d gotten a bargain but was very disappointed with the quality of the parts. This is the third model kit that I’ve worked on since going back to modelling after a break of 40 years.
    The parts are full of flash which needs to be trimmed away, on smaller parts such as antenna, it can be difficult to spot where the flash ends and the part begins. Other parts are crude in detail and warped or ill fitting requiring a lot of rework, filling and sanding to achieve anything approaching a reasonable fit.
    The model can be built full hull or waterline but the join where the port and starboard hull halves meet the bottom segment is so bad that I would recommend that waterline is the only way forward with this kit. The decals provided are a joke, comprising of just the “65” for the bow and sides of the island and “Enterprise” for the stern. There are 3rd part decals for this kit which gives you all of the flight deck markings you’d expect.
    People may say “what do you expect at this scale”, however my second kit was an Italeri USS Saratoga in the same scale and it was a joy to work on and complete with a full set of flight deck decals with no extra cost.
    To summarise I can’t recommend this kit, it’s been around since the 1970’s and it looks like Revell are still using the same moulds with all the problems and lack of detail you’d expect for a 50-year-old kit.

  8. Smoggie

    Good model if you are just starting out building models

  9. mike

    I thought this was a nice kit for the money. It is a vietnam era version of the Enterprise though and not modern day. The scale is not bad but much smaller than the 1/350 scale that Tamiya and many other companys have. I bought mine used and of course you take chances when you do that therefore I was not surprised to find out that the decals were missing. However painting all the deck strips and numbers, although a little challenging,made the kit alot more fun, and considering I paid $12.00 for the kit instead of $150.00 for the Tamiya kit, I was overall pleased with the purchase. If anyone knows where I can find a 1/350 scale WW2 version of the Enterprise or any other WW2 carrier for that matter please comment on this review and I will get an e-mail. Thanks

  10. Kathryn J. Edgerton-Tarpley

    We got this as a present for a friend, but when it arrived it turned out to actually be the EU version, and it only had a little English. I rated it 4 and not less because it did have some English, and being EU edition isn’t necessarily a bad thing, we were just surprised.

  11. Neil S.

    Not the best kit ive had , detail a bit lacking and kit doesnt match image picture which shows a detailed anchor but the kit has a moulded one on the hull which looks naff.
    It can be built with full hull or as a waterline model which is good On the plus side kit was cheap £8.99 so have bought photo etch parts to upgrade.

  12. Mary deloach

    Not a bad model kit no Landing deck decals had to hand paint all Landing deck stripes but other than that an all-around good build

  13. Dennis R. Swanson

    This is a standard Revell plastic model kit. The parts are very small except for the main hull and deck. The directions for painting are a bit vague. They have 3 separate categories for grey paint. That’s ridiculous. The directions are all pictures and numbers. This might be a problem for relatively young people or inexperienced model makers.

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