|Product Dimensions||32.99 x 28.5 x 6.71 cm; 453.59 Grams|
|Manufacturer recommended age||6 - 12 years|
|Item model number||M38-B6500|
|Number of Puzzle Pieces||312|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||6 - 12 years|
Sluban Tank "Army" Building Kit (312 Pieces)
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|Age range (description)||72 months to 144 months|
|Number of Puzzle Pieces||312|
|Item dimensions LxWxH||33 x 28.5 x 6.7 centimeters|
About this item
- Roll over enemy territory with ease in this Sluban tank
- Fully compatible with bricks of other leading brands
- Building kit with 312 pieces including 4 mini-figures and a colored manual instruction
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Roll over enemy territory with ease in this Sluban tank. Not literally of course, but it will add to the firepower of your play battles. Sluban is a new brand of building blocks that work with other leading building blocks brands. Sluban has a wide range of different themes and sets which are suitable for children aged 6 and Up. Sluban's figures are different in that their hands, heads and waists move, their feet are slightly different and their faces and hair styles vary between figures. The figures are roughly the same size and are interchangeable with other brands and sets.
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I aw this and thought for the price it seemed quite a good buy and the reviews were pretty good, too.
His birthday was today and I spent most of the hours between waking and rushing for school and work building it!
The instructions are quite small in detail so if your eyesight is not great you may struggle a bit. I tended to have to the use the images of the constructed pieces and see where the lines were on them to see where pieces fit, so not a easy going as Lego.
However, the finished piece is brilliant!
I find with 'real' Lego, it goes together beautifully but it's rarely something kids can 'play' with. We have had so many kits which are in bits again within days.
This is great from a re-build perspective (if you manage to save the pieces) but for younger child it ends up going in the main Lego stockpile. When you pay what you do for these kits, that's not really what you want.
The tank I finished this morning is solid. There are a couple of bits which are likely to come off, but the general build is solid and will take a bit of roughing up (Sorry, battlefield action) before things will start falling off.
It looks great, has plenty of cool detail on it and is good and strong for a 6 year old to 'play armies' with.
Okay, the quality isn't as good, one of the pieces wasn't totally formed, but the kit went together well.
The instructions were in a compact format and I was thankful I had a light over me.. that said however, I didn't have any problems following it, (help may be required for youngsters, I'm 42 with Erm..lots of experience!).
The only real anoyance was the rear wheel that when the one piece rubber track was fitted bent slightly..the tank still rolled though.
This kit and the company is made in China.
One thing of real note.. the figures, they articulate, torso twists, the head moves up and down as well as left n right. Really a great feature.
With all this in mind.. would I buy another Sluban kit? Yes.. yes I would 😀