The T-34/76 was a basic medium tank that has been the backbone of Soviet armoured forces since 1941. Due to its great simplicity it was very easy to manufacture, use and repair. It was characterized by very good armour, armament and mobility. Many historians believe that the T-34 tank was instrumental in the allied victory in World War II.
The miniature T-34/76 vehicle made of COBI building blocks was manufactured on a scale of 1:48. It is easy to build, ideal for the beginning of the adventure with Polish COBI building blocks. It has a moving gun, a rotating turret and working crawler traction. All graphic details are high-quality prints that do not scratch or smear, even during intense play. The set is equipped with two sets of markings: Soviet stars and the Eagle of the Polish Armed Forces in the USSR with the number 217, referring to the heroic crew of the tank from the Battle of Studziankami! The design in a unique way reflects the original shapes of its historical inspiration. The T-34/76 is also a great toy and a unique piece of any military or armoured weapons fan’s collection.
- 270 high-quality components
- Manufactured in the EU by a company with more than 20 years of tradition
- The pads meet the safety standards for children's products
- Fully compatible with other brands of building blocks
- Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
- Easy-to-read and intuitive instruction based on illustrations and step-by-instructions
Model dimensions (length x width x height): 14.5 cm (5.7") x 6 cm (2.4") x 6.5 cm (2.6").
Box dimensions (length x width x height): 27.5 x 5.5 x 18 cm.
This is a fantastic set, my tank-obsessed 6-year-old managed to build most of it by himself. The pieces are good quality and fit together well (except the caterpillar treads, see below).
The only thing preventing 5 stars is that the caterpillar tracks broke soon after he started playing with it and there weren’t enough replacement pieces to fix them. They are quite flimsy and don’t fit particularly well around the wheels.
So either keep this for display or remove the tracks to play with it if you want to preserve them intact.