German Tiger II Heavy Tank (2) (Snap)

This is the 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit of the German Tiger II Heavy Tank (2) (Snap) by Pegasus Hobbies. Suitable for Ages 8 & Older.

Pegasus German Tiger II Heavy Tank (2) (Snap) Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/72 Scale #7627
 (13)
 Pegasus Hobbies # pgh7627
$11.09
 
Retail $13.99  SAVE 21% !
Pegasus Hobbies Item # pgh7627
Specifications :
  • Pegasus Product Number: 7627
  IN STOCK
Website security verified by GoDaddy.

Spotlight Review

 
"tiger 2 anger"
woofdogmeow
i have built several pegasus tanks and a pattern has definitely emerged. The so called snap together tanks are anything but snap, The plastic they are made with is so slippery that the parts cannot grip the attachment points. these people love to make the track assembly a nightmare. This tank has all these problems plus some more. here is what you will deal with 1st hassle the turret the front plate will not stay put you will glue that in as well as the gun mantlet which is supposed to snap into the front plate nope glued that in. On the back of the turret is a hatch had to glue that in. The top hatch will stay put the gun stays put. The tracks are a horror show there are 5 road wheels they will not stay put in fact they pop out until glued the 5th road wheel i had to shave to get to fit in the tracks of both tanks. The drive and idler sprockets will not stay put without glue and the glue has a hard time attaching parts with this kind of plastic i will for once say use super glue on the sprockets this also attach the tracks to the hull and will pop out unless glued. the front machine gun position in the hull wouldn't even fit in the hole for it so i cut the tab and glued that as well. the rear has to be glued into the hull or it will pop out. the exhaust stacks had to be glued as well then you attach the upper and lower hulls together finally parts that snap together. I then put my turrets on guess what they didn't fit untill i trimmed the hole wider and the notches for the tabs that keep the turret on. all in all seriously P.O.ed at pegasus from no on i will go with italeri instead much better quality those kits are real snap togethers. the tanks look okay when done and still no decals.

Member Gallery

(Pictures shared by our community)
  
User image #12261User image #6377User image #2073User image #19123User image #2075User image #19125User image #19127
← Swipe To View More →

You Might Also Like

← Swipe To View More →

Specs

  • Pegasus Product Number: 7627

Requirements & Suggestions

← Swipe To View More →


Reviews

  
 
"These are made for wargaming."
kidterminal
This is the first Pegasus kit I've bought and I'm very pleased with it. These kits are built for wargamers like me the hull is very thick and will survive the rigors of the gaming table and the limited number of parts adds to the general durability of these tanks too. They are easy to assemble with few fiddly parts. Now if you build dioramas and are looking for a very detailed kit then this one is not for you. Two tanks in one kit for this price was a good deal. Please note this is not an actual Snap together kit you it will require some model glue.

 
"disappointed"
kimtomg (Kentucky)
I have bought and built a dozen Pegasus tank kits, most of the Russian tanks are pleasant and detailed, inking and dry-brushing gives excellent results. The Pz-38t Pegasus is great, but I am disappointed in the Tiger II, not as good as the Russian tanks. I guess a good thing Pegasus did not do other popular German tanks. A little work and some extra stowage may hide the lack of sharp details. For quick build, durable war gaming vehicles, these will work.

 
"Well made just like the real ones were."
bigmaack85 (Maackwilliam0@gmail.com)
Great model very sturdy. Very detailed and well made. Great to use for many things. Easy to build and great for begging model makers.

Others Also Ordererd

← Swipe To View More →