TAMIYA 300035223 1:35 WWII British Infantry Patrol Group Pack, 5 Soldiers

(8 customer reviews)

$22.91

Last updated on June 7, 2024 5:45 am Details
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Description

  • Model Number: 300035223
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Package Weight: 117.93 grams
  • Package Dimensions (L x B x H) in cm: 26.2 x 15.8 x 3.2

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Additional information

Brand

TAMIYA

Theme

Numbers

Item Dimensions LxWxH

10.31 x 6.22 x 1.26 inches

Material

Plastic

Item Weight

3.74 ounces

Number of Pieces

1

Scale

1:35

Product Dimensions

10.31 x 6.22 x 1.26 inches

Item model number

300035223

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Release date

March 6, 2014

Manufacturer

Tamiya

8 reviews for TAMIYA 300035223 1:35 WWII British Infantry Patrol Group Pack, 5 Soldiers

  1. Christopher Brook

    great Tamiya figures once again,I belive when they first came on the scene they were the best british figures around and I think they still hold their own, it was great to see a british soldier instead of endless American and germans.

  2. david William eldridge

    The people who gave this kit a one star obviously didn’t read the description. This is a model kit that requires model cement to put it together and paint. It is not a toy. If you just looked at the picture, thats your fault.

  3. Karen Doherty-Houghton

    easy to build easy to paint looks great

  4. Mrs Karen speck

    Absolutely rubbish how does this represent the picture .

  5. GN Douglas

    Awesome quality set. Great detail, minimal flash, good fit and finish.

  6. Mrs Karen speck

    Too small. Could of been bigger.

  7. Kindle Customer

    I have never been as disappointed with an order as I Have been with this purchase. As you can see the item sent does not reflect what I expected and such poor quality. I have seen this type of thing being sold at markets for no more than £1.00.

  8. Ironmike

    I’d forget these guys, too stiff and they don’t look realistic and they have the infamous Tamiya feet and seam lines. I’d stick with Dragon, Master Box or Mini Art for better quality British figures (most figures for that matter). These aren’t terrible but not too far from it IMHO. Lots of file work and with some better equipage and Hornet heads, they get better.

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