COBI Historical Collection Heinkel He 111 P-2 Plane, Green Building toy set

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Brand: COBI

Color: Green


  • 675 high-quality blocks
  • Two figures of pilots
  • A plate with the name of the plane for display
  • Easy-to-read and intuitive instruction based on illustrations and step-by-step instructions
  • Fully compatible with other brands of building blocks

Details: The Heinkel 111 was the primary medium bomber used by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. The plane was designed before the war and was characterized by a glass nose, its streamlined, aerodynamic shape and great performance. The HE 111 could carry 2.5 tons of bombs and was armed with six 7.92mm machine guns and a 20mm cannon, which allowed for very effective protection against pursuing fighters. This very characteristic machine is especially associated with the September campaign, the French campaign and the Battle of Britain, where airplanes of this type were used en masse. Later on, the HE 111s took over the tasks of bomber fighters, still fighting on all German fronts of the war. This HE 111 model made of COBI construction blocks has many movable elements such as rotating wheels with rubber tires, movable propellers and ailerons. You can place two full-size pilot figures in the cabin. There are two attached bombs under the fuselage. You can place another 6 charges in the opening bomb hatch. The block model was produced in the markings used during the French campaign of 1940. The blocks are covered with high-quality prints that do not wear off even during intensive use. This is a great model for all aviation enthusiasts. Thanks to the faithfully reproduced proportions and details of the aircraft the model will be perfect as a decoration for the collection of young and adult history and aviation enthusiasts alike. The whole set is topped-off with a special brick with the printed model name.

Release Date: 01-05-2021

Package Dimensions: 17.6 x 12.6 x 2.8 inches


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