French tanks are rather a rarity. With the R35, COBI has launched a small but beautifully designed model.
Submarines are a rarity at COBI. So it is, of course, gratifying that the Navy’s most powerful submarine has been put on the market. However, it could be a little bigger.
COBI continues its Vietnam series with the Walker Bulldog. This set also uses new parts that were previously not found in any other set.
I treated myself to the limited edition of the Hetzer so that I could compare it with the scope of delivery of the standard version. In the video there is of course a comparison with the slightly larger predecessor.
With the new edition of the Me 262, COBI has brought a first-class model onto the market. Not only is it larger than its predecessor, it is also more detailed and fully printed.
In this half-track vehicle, COBI applied some new construction techniques that were not previously available. However, details that were very popular with similar models have also been omitted.
This set is a good example that the limited edition can sometimes be worthwhile. There are not just a few additional figures, but a complete tent on top.
Interior is rather a rarity at COBI. With this torpedo boat, however, you really let off steam. With more than 3700 parts, there was enough left for the interior work including the toilet.
The predecessor was already great and COBI went one step further with this set. In addition to the good quality, there is also a love of detail and excellent implementation.
French military aircraft made from bricks are rather a rarity. And then COBI also brings out such a beautiful model that simply has to be built.
There are plenty of variants of the Sherman, so that COBI shouldn’t run out of models anytime soon. This is about the more heavily armored “Jumbo”.
The soldiers called this plane the warthog because it was so ugly. The new model is, however, quite handsome and very stable.