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Fascinations Metal Earth 3D Laser Cut Model Military USS Arizona Ship

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $18.58.Current price is: $14.72.

Last updated on June 18, 2024 5:14 am Details

Description

  • HOBBY MODEL KIT – Unassembled model packed in an envelope with easy to follow instructions. Ideal for ages 14 and up
  • HIGHLY DETAILED ETCHED MODEL – Display your 3D model once completed – collect and build them all
  • FROM STEEL SHEETS TO 3D – Pop out the pieces and connect using tabs and holes. Includes illustrated instructions
  • USS ARIZONA SHIP – 2 Sheet Model with a moderate difficulty level. Once assembled, dimensions are 5.51 x 0.99 x 2 inches.
  • NO GLUE OR SOLDER NEEDED – Parts can be easily clipped from the metal sheets. Tweezers are the recommended tool for bending and twisting the connection tabs

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Additional information

Brand

Fascinations

Age Range Description

Adult

Color

Multicolor

Theme

Military

Item Dimensions LxWxH

5.51 x 0.98 x 2.01 inches

Material

Metal

Item Weight

0.704 ounces

Size

5.51"L x 0.98"W x 2.01"H(14 x 2.5 x 5.1 cm)

Number of Pieces

2

Product Dimensions

5.51 x 0.98 x 2.01 inches

Item model number

MMS097

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Manufacturer

Fascinations

13 reviews for Fascinations Metal Earth 3D Laser Cut Model Military USS Arizona Ship

  1. Amazon Customer

    after trying delicately to bend bits in the 1 hour, I had 3 bits totally destroyed

  2. J. smith

    would use again !

  3. Luca

    Dal modellismo plastico ed in legno, ho voluto provare il “metal kit” e ne è valsa la pena! Bellissimo e dettagliatissimo kit, i pezzi sono molto piccoli e ci vogliono gli occhiali da modellista per assemblarlo. Non facilissimo da costruire, ma alla fine il risultato è ottimo e realistico.

  4. Mike K

    Love Metal Earth. They’re a little hard to work with and very easy to mess up on but great products and the end result is very cool. Make sure you have some tweezers, needle nose pliers (preferably with no teeth as that can damage the metal), and a bent needle nose pliers if you have one as that helps with hard to reach areas. The metal is sharp so use caution and take your time as mistakes are difficult to undo.

  5. Mrs D Haker

    great christmas present ..

  6. Gregory W.

    These are really cool, but not for someone who is not able to manipulate very small pieces or someone who has no patience! Make sure that you have a pair of reading glasses AND a magnifying lens if you are over 40! Also, make sure that you have (at a minimum) a small pair of needle-nose pliers and a sharp (skinny) knife (I use an Exacto blade).

  7. Passage

    Rear legs of forward mast don’t fit and there are no slots in the deck to receive them. Bought two of them. Pity because over all look is good.

  8. T Bennett

    My 8 & 10 year old nephews love these metal earth. I have given them as gifts to ages 8-15 and all great results. The skill definition is pretty spot on.

  9. danielle luckadoo

    12 year old enjoyed. It was a little more complex than led to believe, but he was able to maneuver it

  10. Tom Blanchard

    Good

  11. girlypants

    My husband loves these! There must be about 10 different little models he has made all over the house. For Christmas I got him a bunch more because they keep him busy for hours and he uses it as a way to unwind after work. They are very time consuming and take a lot of patience, something I do not have. He is also a mechanical engineer so that is part of the reason for his love for them, nothing makes him more happy than breaking things down and then engineering them back together. Typically he breaks down giant motors so giving him something Tiny to keep him busy also saves me lots of space in the already full garage. If anyone knows an engineer or someone who works on mechanical things they will love these.

  12. Mark Hamilton

    good

  13. RavenMistwolf

    Got this for my brother as a gift since he likes models and naval vessels and the like. And we live in Arizona, so that just made it better. However, he was annoyed at how careful he had to be just getting the pieces out of the sheet, so he decided to give it to a friend to put together for him so he could have the awesome model. I don’t have an update about the final opinion, but it seems good.

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