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Sd.Kfz. 182 King Tiger (Henschel Turret)

+Bonus Ambush at Poteau Figures

Cyber Hobby | No. 9144 | 1:35

Boxart Sd.Kfz. 182 King Tiger (Henschel Turret) 9144 Cyber Hobby

Facts

Brand:
Cyber Hobby
Title:
Sd.Kfz. 182 King Tiger (Henschel Turret) +Bonus Ambush at Poteau Figures
Number:
9144 (Also listed as 44)
Scale:
1:35
Type:
Full kit
Released:
2013 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)
Topic:
Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II » Tanks (Vehicles)

Markings

Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II

Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B King Tiger (Henschel)
3R Wehrmacht Heer (German Army 1935-1945) Military
  • 555
  • s.Pz.Abt. 501 334
    1944 BE
  • s.Pz.Abt. 501 204
    1944 BE
  • s.Pz.Abt. 503 212
    1944 HU
  • s.Pz.Abt. 505
    1944 SU
  • s.Pz.Abt. 506 03
    1944 BE

Box contents

Plastic sprue

Product timeline

 
Dragon
Cyber Hobby
Platz
Zvezda

Instructions

We don't have the exact instruction sheets, but we have them for:

1:35 KING TIGER (Dragon 6189)
Sd.Kfz. 182
KING TIGER (Porsche Turret)
Dragon 1:35
6189 2004 | New tool

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Alternative SKUs for Cyber Hobby 9144:
CH9144

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Daniel Smith
I'm looking to get this one, to replace the Battle of the Bulge King Tiger that I did not finish and throw away.
23. October 2014, 18:47
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John Van Kooten
@Hunter: Yes, I have read that somewhere too. And the same was said about the AFV-Club track sets. Particularly about the small pins that were "melting". But honestly, I have never had a problem with them. And I also use loads of thinner (for filters, washes and pigments). I do put on a good coat of primer and let it dry (cure) thoroughly though. Maybe that makes a difference?

@Urban: I fully agree!
1. December 2014, 16:24
Gábor Bélik
IMO: I like the DS because it is really easy to work with. Nowadays if want semi link tracks, I go for Friuls or spadeace.
1. December 2014, 17:12
John Van Kooten
@Gábor: I can assure you, when you need to shorten Sherman DS tracks, they are not easy to work with 😉 one of the problems with DS tracks is, is that the length they come in is what you have to deal with. If you need to change length, you're screwed. Especially, of course, when they are too short! :P just ask the braille scale (1/72) guys about that😉
Other problems are that they are often flattened or wavey, because of the way they were packed and/or ejected from the molds. I have two DS track sets that were packed in the black long container (to protect them from deforming) but the black container was jammed between a couple of sprue bags, in a way that half of the track horns were flattened and the DS tracks were no longer straight, rendering them useless.

Single link tracks (from any brand) have none of those problems.

But like I said, I don't really have an issue with the DS tracks themselves and I definitely understand why people like them. They are much better than the old rubber bands. It's the fact that they are the only option, pretty much rammed down our throats, even with so many people complaining about them (for good reasons).

With the current prices of Dragon kits I really don't want to dish out another 30 Euro for a set of Friuls. Especially not when Dragon already has a perfect solution that they could have easily included and make everybody happy. It's just that they won't... for some reason...
1. December 2014, 19:33
Gábor Bélik
I can completely understand your points and I realised that I have a DS with flat horns 🙂
2. December 2014, 05:02
M.Julian Marles
I will have to check my kits..I do have a couple of the old DML transport track kits so maybe I will use those instead!
2. December 2014, 08:25

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