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Kingtiger (Tiger II)

Short Description of the Kingtiger (Tiger II)

1/16 RC Torro Pro Edition Kingtiger with up to 80% metal content and 360° turret rotation.

  • Desert Camo
  • Summer Camo
  • Unpainted
  • BB
  • IR
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  • Tank Battle System

Available versions

The Kingtiger, also known as the Tiger II, is currently available in an IR and BB version with the color schemes of desert, camouflage and unpainted. Please note the unpainted version comes in a paper box packing instead of the torro wooden crate. The IR version offers an IR battle system, gun recoil, and flashes of light effects, whereas the BB version comes with a firing unit instead.

True to detail on a scale of 1:16

With a weight of seven kilograms and dimensions of approx. 65 x 20 x 23 cm (L/W/H), the Kingtiger is ideal for the demanding model builder. The Torro Pro Edition impresses with a handmade airbrush finish of outstanding quality and 2.4 GHz circuit board technology with integrated loudspeaker. Due to the high weight, this model has superior driving characteristics, especially off-road. The high-quality chains, drive and guide wheels as well as the rollers, the lower hull and the turret are made of metal. Accessories such as matching stickers or the tank commander perfectly round off the true-to-scale replica.

Control and functions

The powerful model has a 2.4 GHz control. The Black Power motors with optimized torque give the Kingtiger a precise and smooth steering system. Metal gears with robust gears and an improved gear ratio provide higher power. The proportional control allows you to start the tank very slowly and increase the speed smoothly. The Tiger II moves forwards and backwards, also with a left and a right turn. It can also be turned left or right on the spot. You can lift and lower the gun and rotate the turret 360 degrees (endless rotation). Various engine noises and smoke fumes from the mufflers round off the realistic experience. A strong 2000 mAh NiMH battery provides for the optimal play fun. The charging time lasts about four hours, the driving time up to 30 minutes. Please note that the AA batteries required for the transmitter are not included.

Details/scope of delivery

  • 1/16 RC Kingtiger
  • 2.4 GHz Remote control proportional
  • Wooden box in ammunition crate look
  • Metal content over 80%
  • Metal gears with torque-optimized motors
  • Single link metal chains connected with steel pins
  • Metal drive and idler wheels, track rollers
  • Metal lower hull
  • Smoke generator and sound module
  • 1 bottle of smoke liquid
  • firing unit (BB) or IR battle system, gun recoil, and flashes of light effects (IR)
  • Battery 7,2V 2000mAh NiMH
  • European standard charger 7,2V-400mA included (please specify different charger if needed)
  • Charging via charge socket (tank does not have to be opened for charging)
  • Small parts/accessories set
  • Product manual in English and in German
  • Ready to Run

Warning

Use under direct adult supervision only.
Age recommendation: 14+
Not suitable for children under 36 months of age. Choking hazard due to small parts.

Weight 14 kg
Dimensions 85 × 42 × 34 cm
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Historical

The Tiger II is a German heavy tank of the Second World War. The final official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B, often shortened to Tiger B. The ordnance inventory designation was Sd.Kfz. 182. It is also known under the informal name Königstiger (the German name for the Bengal tiger), often translated literally as Royal Tiger, or somewhat incorrectly as King Tiger by Allied soldiers, especially by American forces. The Tiger II was the successor to the Tiger I, combining the latter’s thick armour with the armour sloping used on the Panther medium tank. The tank weighed almost 70 tonnes, and was protected by 100 to 185 mm (3.9 to 7.3 in) of armour to the front. It was armed with the long barrelled 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 anti-tank cannon. The chassis was also the basis for the Jagdtiger turretless tank destroyer. The Tiger II was issued to heavy tank battalions of the Army and the Waffen-SS. It was first used in combat by 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion during the Allied Invasion of Normandy on 11 July 1944; on the Eastern Front, the first unit to be outfitted with Tiger IIs was the 501st Heavy Panzer Battalion, which by 1 September 1944 listed 25 Tiger IIs operational.

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