Hobby Engine Premium Label Leopard 2A6 Winter Tank

Brand: Hobby Engine

Part Number: HE0704W

£142.39 Web Price RRP £159.99

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HOBBY ENGINE PREMIUM LABEL 2.4 LEOPARD 2A5 TANK - WINTER EDITION

The Hobby Engine Premium Label Leopard 2A5 Winter Edition 2.4GHz RC tank is a fully functioning radio control 1/16 scale version of its real counterpart

It can shoot ammunition to incredible distances with powerful recoil action. It comes with loads of extra detailing accessories, so you can customize this tank to your exact liking. Not only that, but it is ready to go out of the box! Just charge the included rechargeable battery and insert 6 AA batteries into the transmitter and you're good to go! The Hobby Engine Leopard 2A6 2.4GHz 1:16 RC Tank is a must have for World War II tank fans!

Premium Label Leopard 2A5 Winter Edition Tank Features:

  • Electric Powered
  • 2.4 GHz Proportional Transmitter
  • Detailed Paint Job
  • Shoots Airsoft BBs
  • Fires 6mm Airsoft BBs
  • Firing range of over 3 meters
  • RC range of 100 feet (30 meters)
  • Suitable for age 8 years and up
  • Total 720 degree turret rotation; 360 degrees each side
  • 1/16th Scale


Includes:

  • Hobby Engine Leopard 2A5 2.4GHz 1:16 Winter Edition RC Tank
  • 2.4 GHz Transmitter
  • 7.2V NiMH Battery (included)
  • Wall Charger
  • BBs
  • Accessory Box


Spec Check:

  • Length: 17.5"
  • Width: 10"
  • Height: 6.5"


Please Note: Requires 6 additional 'AA' batteries which are NOT included.


  • Brand: Hobby Engine
  • Part No: HE0704W
  • Scale: 1:16
  • Build Level: Assembled (RTR)
  • Power Source: Electric - Brushed
  • Surface Type: On Road
  • Vehicle Type: Tank / Military

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