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Bismarck

Trumpeter | No. 05358 | 1:350

Boxart Bismarck 05358 Trumpeter

Facts

Brand:Trumpeter
Title:Bismarck
Number:05358
Scale:1:350
Type:Full kit
Released:2020 | Initial release - new tool
Barcode:9580208053585 (EAN)
Topic:Battleship Bismarck-class » Battleships (Ships)

Box contents

Product timeline

Brand
Trumpeter
 
Mini Hobby Models
199x
 
2000
 
2020
1:350 Bismarck (Trumpeter 01501)
New tool
1:350 Tirpitz (Trumpeter 01502)
New parts
1:350 Bismarck (Mini Hobby Models 80601)
New box
1:350 Tirpitz (Mini Hobby Models 80602)
New box
1:350 Bismarck (Trumpeter 05358)
New tool

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Alternative SKUs for Trumpeter 05358: TRUMP-5358 | TRU5358 | TRU05358 | 95T05358 | TSM5358 | TR05358

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David Harmon
very detailed Tamiya kit from HOBBYLINC.
23. February, 02:20
Ahmet Eren İspir this kit is not even released...
7. March, 13:42
Treehugger Hm, I belive Andy's Hobby Headquarters have already reviewed it. Presumably they must have bought it from somebody. They apparently also have it on sale:

https://andyshhq.com/product..r-german-bismarck-battleship

I am not aware of anyone else selling this kit atm.

7. March, 14:51
Treehugger Too expensive for my taste, even though it has some photo etch.
7. March, 14:51
Ahmet Eren İspir Yes, you are right but as he states that it is a tamiya kit bought from hobbylinc and hobbylinc doesn't have trumpeter bismarck at the moment, i think rafterrat marked this item built by mistake. I am planing to get this kit this summer, I hope its price become more reasonable untill that
8. March, 07:24
Treehugger In the review video, he clearly show the Trumpeter kit. Afaik, this is a new mold kit, not older Tamiya molds.

He does seem to point out some kind of delay from the manufacturer, but doesn't elaborate.

Youtube Video

 
8. March, 07:27
Ahmet Eren İspir Let me tell you what tried to say in my first post. This person above, "rafterrat_2005" marked this Trumpeter kit as built by himselft with a caption of "very detailed Tamiya kit from HOBBLINC". Then I said that "this kit is not even released" so he can fix his mistake of marking this kit built, instead of Tamiya bismarck. I trust your info from beginning and what I metioned as "he" was never Andy. I hope you get what I mean :)
8. March, 16:01
8. March, 16:19
Treehugger
New tool? Interesting. For that price, it better be good. :)
22. February, 12:02
Kermits pants My thoughts precisely, better be all singing etc
22. February, 13:04
Sven Schönyan i could take a look at a testshot at the Nuremberg Toy Fair. It looks pretty good!

modellmarine.de/index.php?op..3Aausstellungen&Itemid=1

Here you can find some impressions.
22. February, 14:01
Treehugger Looks like Trumpeter also has some new? cruisers in 1:350, which is nice.

I wish the Bismarck kit at least had a brass nameplate. Adding metal paint to the plastic nameplate seems like somewhat of a hassle when it is super easy with a brass nameplate.

Also, thanks for linking to the photos. :)
22. February, 14:59
Treehugger Oh, look at that Delta IV sub in 1:350 scale from Zvezda (9062).
22. February, 15:04

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