'Ne Omega' - is Russian understatement for 'not the last!'
Started in Moscow in 1994 by former wielder Alexei Russiyan, NeOmega rapidly gained a reputation for quality and detail using casting techniques that are still being refined today. The very latest product masters are being produced utilizing computer modelling techniques and Stereolithography. To keep quality control Alexei and his small team (one of our master modellers is an engineer at Sukhoi) still produce all the kits themselves in their dedicated Moscow workshop.
The philosophy of quality being more important than quantity results in these items are amongst the best, most accurate and finest detailed accessories on the market today, plus they represent exceptional value for money.
Our Cockpit sets are designed to fit with little or no modification to the designated kit - unlike some other company's sets...ours actually do fit!
Our Ejector seat range covers all Soviet and many Western aircraft, and are, in some cases, available in 1/72nd and 1/48th scales.
Check out our Martin-Baker datasheet for the correct seat (if fitted)
Several years ago, we also started to distribute the Vector Resin range. Again, sculpted in Moscow, these were taken on as they were of an equal quality to what we were used to and their range of 1/72nd, 1/48th and 1/32nd resin engines and later, detail sets and kit improvement sets fits in nicely to the NeOmega ranges.
Recently we have also started to distribute Komplekt Zip and Scale Bureau, Tver based companies who make some interesting sets for unusual subjects.
Parade figures, NeOmega's business partner, was started in the UK in 1988 by Gordon Upton, a former Professional Modelmaker. Originally trading in figurines, the NeOmega sales rapidly outstripped the figure sales so it was decided to drop figures to concentrate on NeOmega and other allied products. Only the name now remains!
We are now producing NeOmega in the UK for export - at Studio G006, The Atkins Building, Lower Bond St, Hinckley LE10 1QU
FYI - The quote 'God is in the details..' is a quote by the Bauhaus director and later US architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
See our reviews in the model press and give us a try -