Trumpeter 1/72 German SdKfz 182 King Tiger Tank with Zimmerit (Henschel Turret)

(8 customer reviews)


Last updated on July 24, 2024 3:12 am Details


  • Ready-to-build plastic model kit
  • Glue not included
  • Paint not included
  • For ages 14 and over

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Additional information





Item Dimensions LxWxH

6.5 x 10 x 2 inches



Item Weight

6.2 ounces

Number of Pieces




Product Dimensions

6.5 x 10 x 2 inches

Item model number

TSM- 7291


Stevens International

Date First Available

November 22, 2004

8 reviews for Trumpeter 1/72 German SdKfz 182 King Tiger Tank with Zimmerit (Henschel Turret)

  1. mitchel

    This was a way easier put together than the revell king tiger . I have them both and the trumpeter model was way faster. No fighting with tracks;but the rubber ends didn’t want to stay together as well

  2. Blunderer

    Its excellent , and the best price too …..took forever to get here thanks to Draconian rejection of foreign parcels by Canada Post, and Canadian Customs. [wonder why Canada, and Trumpland is into recession?]
    Fair price too , so buy with confidence if you live on another Continent., and want it within 2 weeks , rather than 2 months on this backward Continent..

  3. Marcus Woodhouse

    Excellent kit. Good detail.

  4. Peter V. Dell’Orto

    This was my first 1/72 scale model built to completion.

    – the instructions were clear, except on the facing of the jack on the back of the tank.
    – the pieces were well-molded.
    – the pieces meshed together well.
    – the finished model is attractive and well done.

    Putting tracks on was annoying, but some super glue to hold them together long enough to glue down to the wheels was all it needed. Much better than assembling individual links. The only reason I rated it a 4, not a 5, was that two pegs on the chassis were bent so it was hard to get the tracks on correctly. It’s hard to fix plastic once it’s weakened. Otherwise, great tank model.

  5. NoMercy

    Too much flashing on trees, but what pissed me off big time was the difficulty in assembling the tracks. I mean, two pinholes with 2 pinhole rubber pegs are a pain in the ass to match up on a rubber stretchy surface. You have to stretch them anyway afterwards to put them on the tank so why don’t they just make a hole piece?

  6. Quinto Dias

    Buon modello

  7. Flinn


  8. Pery Machado

    Well detailed, easy to built and at a decent price, this plastic kit is ideal for beginners or for the advanced modeler like me who wants to assemble a simple but presentable kit without the stress associated with over-engineered model. I recommend.

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