Unfortunately, this set is hard to find in Germany. It is not only of high quality, but also very detailed with more than 1700 parts.
Alternative manufacturers of building blocks are getting better and better and are often in no way inferior to the market leader. The quality of the bricks, construction techniques, idea and implementation are outstanding in this set.
Here and there QuanGuan comes up with something of his own. This model is more suitable as a toy and less as a showcase model for collectors.
QuanGuan is known for external similarities to COBI, but this is not always the case. This T-34 is not only bigger, but also has some nice details.
It is easy to see which well-known brand was the model here. Nevertheless, the structure differs significantly and more parts are used to implement more details.
Even if there is no real prototype behind this set, many associate them with the wonder weapons of the 3rd Reich. In the new edition there were definitely improvements in terms of appearance and stability.
COBI has not just given the new Tiger 131 a simple facelift. It is visibly larger, has more details and comes with new construction techniques.
Quite a few collectors have waited a long time for this battleship. After several versions of the Bismarck, its most important and probably best-known opponent has finally appeared.
For a long time there was no KV-1 in the COBI portfolio. So it is not surprising that this new version was eagerly awaited by many collectors. And a lot has happened.
The Karl mortar is already a real chunk. With the two railway carriers, however, it comes to an impressive length of 129cm.
The existing Tiger is now joined by the T-34 and with it we have the two most important and best-known tanks of World War II in a remote-controlled version.
In terms of quality, this somewhat older model from Panlos can certainly compete with the best on the market. With 1773 components, there is also an ample supply for many small details on the model.