- KING TIGER - CAMOUFLAGE- WITH 6mm SHOOTER - WITH SMOKE/SOUND
- Engine sound effects, machine gun sound, Main Gun sound and smoke
- Controls - Forward, hi-speed forward, backward, hi-speed bakward, spin
- Proportional Control on Forward, Backwards, Left and Right
- Real Smoking effect, Barrel moves up and down 30 degrees
- Charge time - 3-4 hours
- Dimension - 65 x 24 x 20cm
- NiMH Battery and charger included
The German King Tiger Tank was introduced in early 1944 and was the most powerful tank during world war 2. With its powerful 88mm gun and an almost impenetrable front armor, it was one of the most feared weapons of world war 2. Up to the end of the war, the allies had not introduceD any effective means to counter the threat.
Officially designated Panzerkampfwagen VI Sd.Kfz 182, the King Tiger was placed into service early 1944. It served in the western and eastern front notably in the battle of Normandy, operation "Market Garden" in Holland, and the offensive in Ardennes. It also served in various other operations in Poland, Hungary, Minsk and a small number also defended Berlin in April and May 1945. With its great firepower and thick armor, it proved to be more than an opponent for any tank the allied forces could field.Stats
- Name: Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. B (Sdkfz 182)
- Type: Heavy tank
- Place of origin: Germany
- Designer: Henschel, Krupp
- Number built: 485 units including various variants
- Weight: 68.5 tonnes
- Length: 7.62m (excluding gun barrel), 10.28m (including gun barrel)
- Width: 3.66m (without skirting), 3.76m (with skirting)
- Height: 3.09m
- Crew: 5 (three in turret)
Just add 8 x AA transmitter batteries and you are ready to take on the world!
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