With the Prinz Eugen, COBI has also sent a heavy cruiser into the race in addition to the existing battleships. With interesting construction techniques, a great ship with many details is created.
Alternative Bricks of COBI, CaDA, Sluban, Xingbao & Co.
Speed Builds & Reviews
As one of the most important tanks in World War II, the Sherman must of course not be missing in the 1:48 scale. It is the second version that is available on this small scale.
The Panther is currently one of the last two 1:48 scale models. The proportions go well with the already built tiger. Despite the small size, there are also some details.
This tank did not experience a combat mission in World War II, but as a model it was at least briefly deployed. This article shows how this older set is structured.
Even vintage cars can be built wonderfully from bricks. With the Mercedes 770, COBI has perfectly combined this genre with the military series.
In Africa this tank was used successfully, at least in the early days. With the Afrika Korps as an opponent, however, this changed quickly, which can be seen in the damage to the model.
The jet-powered ME 262A, called the Schwalbe, was one of the most advanced combat aircraft of its time. Such a model should of course not be missing in any collection.
At first glance, these US military SUVs look very similar. However, COBI has given each one its own molded part and the structure also differs in some areas.
The T-34 from COBI has received an update and a lot has changed. This article and the Speed Build show what has improved or maybe even worsened.
The new Kübelwagen from COBI is used in the Afrika Korps. You can see how it differs from its predecessor in this article and in the Speed Build.
There can’t be enough helicopters. Especially when there are beautiful models like this new transport helicopter. You can see what to expect in the article and Speed Build.