In this case I treated myself to the limited edition again. There are not only a few additional figures here but also a Willys Jeep. The set is part of the new 80th D-Day Anniversary series.
After a gray and black version of the A-10, there is now also a variant in camouflage colors. Little has changed in terms of details.
A direct comparison with the predecessor shows significant improvements. COBE has completely redesigned the new Jagdtiger both inside and out and hasn’t skimped on details.
While the last models from the 1:48 series were rather boring, this KV-2 stands out thanks to its details. So you can definitely build very nice models on this scale.
It’s been a few years since you could get the Ferdinand/Elefant. Since then, a lot of the construction has changed. Unfortunately, not everything is good.
Finally, COBI has once again tackled an unusual piece of military history. This is the prototype of a jet-powered flying wing fighter aircraft/bomber.
COBI completes the line of World War II bombers. In addition to the He 111, the Do 17 is one of the most frequently built bombers of this time, which was already used in the Spanish Civil War.
With the new version of the T-72, COBI is once again relying on the 1:35 scale. You can see how this compares to the 1:28 version in this video.
After the previous Mark V, there is now a new Mark I, which was also designed in a 1:35 scale. The level of detail between the two models is quite similar.
This monster beats everything previously on the market. Enormous size, countless details, spacious interior and yet enormous stability are among the characteristics of this model.
Even if this new model from COBI is only 1:35 scale, numerous details have been accommodated and this with high stability.
Even though the Executive Edition is a whopping 20 EUR more expensive, it looks a lot better than the basic version with the camouflage colors and the unique, large stand.