SLUBAN Bismarck Battleship Brick Model - 1849 Piece Set with Figures
Bismarck Battleship Brick Model Playset
Dive into history with SLUBAN's meticulously designed Bismarck Battleship brick model playset. Representing one of the most iconic battleships from WWII, this playset captures the grandeur of the German Navy's pride in stunning detail. Made up of 1849 precise pieces and four detailed figures, enthusiasts and history buffs can recreate the might and majesty of this legendary warship. Manufactured with top-tier ABS plastic, the bricks ensure a durable build that mirrors the strength of the Bismarck itself.
- Brand Name: SLUBAN
Model Number: WWI Germany Navy ship gift toys
- Material: High-Quality ABS Plastic
- Plastic Type: ABS
- Block Size: Small building block (Compatible with Lego)
- Barcode: 6938242959722 (Confirmed)
- Gender: Unisex
- Certifications: 3C Certified, Certificate Number: 2014152203011021
- Package: Includes building blocks, instructions, and figures (1 set, 1849 pieces, 4 figures)
The set's compatibility with popular building blocks makes it a versatile addition to any collection. Whether you're commemorating the legacy of naval warfare, looking for an immersive building experience, or hunting for the perfect gift for history and brick-building aficionados, the Bismarck Battleship playset promises to be a remarkable choice.
Note: While the original box is not included, a detailed paper manual is provided to aid your building process. We ensure prompt assistance should you face any issues.
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