1/16 RC Tiger II Königstiger Porsche Turm flecktarn BB 2.4GHz

169.99 €

incl. VAT plus delivery
In stock
Delivery time: 2-3 day(s)

Description

The Tiger II was the response of the Army Ordnance Office to the experience of the Soviet T-34. That demand When armor now as well as the PzKpfw V Panther in this tank, inclined continuous. In conjunction with its 88mm tank gun 43 L / 71 gun of the Tiger II was to combat capable of all enemy tanks this time, up to a distance of 3000m frontal.

True to detail, 1:16

The detailed Bengal tiger (or Tiger II) has a weight of about two kilograms and is the dimensions of about 650x230x190 (LxWxH mm). He shows up with 2.4 GHz Platinum Technology, speaker and smoke generator. This model has superior handling characteristics, various features and realistic sound. Many small parts and different stickers round the scale model perfectly.

Control and functions

The powerful package has a 2.4 GHz control. The motors with optimized torque give the Tiger II precise, smooth ride. Metal gearbox with robust gears and an improved translation provide higher power. By the proportional control button to move the tank slowly and increase the speed continuously. The Tiger II is moving forward and backward, and each with a left and right rotation. Likewise, it can be left in place and turn it clockwise. You can raise the gun and cut and the turret to rotate 320 degrees (160 degrees per each side). Various engine noise and the smoke from the mufflers complete the realistic experience.

Details / delivery

  • RC PzKpfw VI Ausf. B Tiger II P BB, 1:16
  • Measurements: 650x230x190 (LxWxH mm)
  • Weight: approximately 5.0 kg including accessories.
  • 320 ° turret rotation (160 degrees per side)
  • 2.4 GHz control
  • metal gear
  • NiMH battery for the tank
  • Charger 7.2 V, 400 mA, German standard
  • Smoke generator, sound module and weft unit
  • Liquid smoke
  • Small parts, accessories set, Decals
  • Operating instructions in German and English
  • Ready to Run

warnings

Use under the direct supervision of an adult
Minimum age: 14 years
for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts.

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