Tirpitz is a German battleship from the Second World War, which was launched on 1 April 1939. It is the double battleship "Bismarck" and the largest naval unit in the years 1941-1944, reaching combat readiness in September 1941. She was sunk by the British Air Force near Tromsø in Norway on 12 November 1944.
The model ship developed by COBI was produced on a scale of 1:300. It has almost 2000 elements and is up to 84.5 cm long. It faithfully reproduces the proportions of a historic ship and preserves all the important elements, including the original camouflage. It has numerous moving parts such as propellers, rudders, rotating turrets and gun barrels that can be raised and lowered. The set also includes a very stable and aesthetic black exhibition stand with a plate on which the name of the ship is printed. As this is a large and rather complex model, we recommend it mainly to experienced collectors and older, experienced Noppenstein fans. It does not need to be glued or painted, as all its solid elements and all its elements are made of building blocks.
- 2000 building blocks
- Made in EU
- exhibition stand and a sign with the name of the ship
- compatible with other leading brands of building blocks.
- Dimensions: 845 x 120 x 210 mm
- Print blocks
- scale 1:300
- From 10 years