Quan Guan 100233 – Tiger I Late Production (Speed Build Review)

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After the last, really successful and very detailed Tiger I, Quan Guan is again bringing a rather simple version onto the market that doesn’t really stand out from the new COBI models.

Manufacturer: QuanGuan
Set-Number: 100233
Theme: Military
Release: 2024
Parts: 1361
Figures: 6
Dimensions: 30,7 x 15,3 x 13 cm
Scale: 1:28
Age: 8
Building Time ca.: 4 Hours

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The first steps are very similar to most other Quan Guan models. The interior is built on a layer of plates and framed by bricks. Quan Guan has never shone with good quality, but some sets seem to use a particularly poor series of stones. That’s the case here too. Some tiles can only be inserted with force and other parts keep falling off. This is particularly noticeable when large parts are built separately and then have to be combined with the rest. In addition to strength, you also need a lot of skill if you don’t want to destroy previously built parts again. The built engine looks really good and is one of the highlights in this set.

The tracks are, as usual, very tricky. However, they still work very well. They run excellently even on smooth surfaces. The turret, like most other tanks, consists of a basic structure and plenty of structural reversal. The structure used to place the turret on the hull cannot be removed without breaking it into pieces. The interior covers can be removed without any problems.


Basically it is a pretty nice model that is very close to the original. Unfortunately, the poor quality partially ruins the fun of building. Personally, I would always prefer the last, larger model.

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