Radio Equipment WWII

Published: July 11th, 2011     
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Reviewed by: Roger Carrano - IPMS# 45853
Scale: 1/35
Company: Eduard
Price: $24.95
Product / Stock #: 36162
Product provided by: Eduard

Eduard has put together a bunch of German Radios in 1/35 scale which are very detailed, right down to the tiniest handles and each radio can be made to sit alone as is or have straps supplied to each unit so that it can be attached to a figure to make the figure appear to be actually carrying the radio. Small headphones which attach to each radio by a wire (which you will have to supply) add even more realism. Eduard has painted them in such a way as to depict them as being "well handled". The detail is so precise and clear which meets their usual standards. There are nine radios all together (some are doubles) and each one is better than the next. Everything is included to make different variations on each one, so the variations are limitless.

At this price and quality, I would not only recommend it for that reason but the fact that they come out like pieces of art would be enough reason to recommend them. Take your time and you can also attain a level of realism that cannot be equaled by any other means.

My sincere thanks go out to Eduard Model Accessories Ltd for the sample and IPMS/USA for providing me with the opportunity to review this product.

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    Kitset photoetch 1
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    Instruction sheet
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    Finished radio from kitset
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    Finished radio from kitset
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    Finished radios from kitset

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