Vallejo Naval Steam Era Paint Set, 17ml

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $69.02.Current price is: $45.70.

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  • Model color has been formulated with permanent pigments for fine arts; all colors are completely lightfast and opaque
  • The consistency of Model color allows for an extremely smooth and uniform paint film, with no trace of brushstrokes
  • The water based formula of Model color has been specifically developed for adherence on difficult surfaces such as metal and plastic

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Additional information



Included Components



MMD Holdings, LLC

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Item model number


Item Weight

10.4 ounces

Product Dimensions

8.5 x 6.5 x 1 inches

Package Information


Age Range Description


Item Form



Naval Steam Era Paint Set 17ml

Surface Recommendation


Specific Uses For Product


Paint Type

Watercolor, Acrylic

Unit Count

9.12 Fl Oz

Special Feature


Item Volume

17 Milliliters


0.5 Fl Oz (Pack of 16)

Finish Type

50, 6

Date First Available

January 30, 2013

13 reviews for Vallejo Naval Steam Era Paint Set, 17ml

  1. Moses

    Works great on a wet pallet! Does need some watering down but not much. Colors are vibrant and really great!

  2. Victor

    Oem paint set so you get what you Paid for

  3. Consumer 9

    Great price point for all these colors…great quality paints..very pleased..

  4. Foebos

    Excellent excellent excellent quality paint box set.

  5. Ian Ricketts

    Good product,good price, delivery brilliant.

  6. Carl J. C. USN retired

    Muy buen producto y una perfecta terminación

  7. Moses

    Good coversge, need to prep. Plastic befor painting or it chips. Peels off !

  8. Phil Damiano

    I like the colors, they went great with the USS Arizona, but all of them are very thick and do not come out in drops and they kept clogging my brush. I couldnt even spray them until I thinned them at least 50% . I shook them vigorously, stored them upside down over night and still coming out like caulk. I was very dissapointed because I bought these based on the endorsements that they need no thinning. They actually need more thinner than Tamiya, which I bought a few jars of afterwards and had much better luck getting that through my brush.

  9. Victor M.

    Very good paint, but dries pretty fast so you have to be quick as it thickens and will leave brushstrokes. I would still buy again!

  10. Mad Hatter’s Looney Tunes

    Beautiful presentation will use paints over time to enhance railway models of various types.

  11. Juan b. salcedo

    The paints are awesome, but that’s to be expected.

  12. JOwenr2

    For years I have been using enamel paints and only in the last few years started to use acrylic paints. I find the Vallejo paints to be excellent and you get a good finish. I still use my enamels but don’t get high on the fumes now that I am using acrylics.

    Brilliant coverage, mixing and painting.

  13. Juan b. salcedo

    Great overall color selections. Need to shake paints well before use, but thag should be a standard step as all liquid paints settle.

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