Yakovlev Yak-1

Yakovlev Yak-1 Yakovlev Yak-1
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The Yakovlev was a Soviet fighter from 1940. It was the Soviet’s answer to the development of British and German fighters. It was supposed to be equal in performance but wasn’t so successful. The construction was not the best and there were a lot of problems in the production process itself what made the plane full of flaws. Nevertheless, they were basic fighters of the Soviet Air Force during World War II.

The set includes a model of the plane, a figure of a pilot and a block stand. This fighter has a rotating propeller, operable flaps and the pilot’s cockpit which can be easily opened to put a figure inside.

- 230 blocks
- 1 figure – Soviet pilot
- Block stand with printed name of the plane
- Bodywork with pad printing
- A sheet of stickers with historical symbols
- Easy-to-follow instruction manual
- Compatible with other leading brands of construction blocks
- Model dimensions (length x width x height): 320mm x 265mm x 130mm

 

Specifications

  • Catalog no: COBI-5524
  • Pieces: 230
  • Figures: 1
  • Age: 6+

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Comments (4)

  • Ryan elliott

    Ryan elliott

    22 February 2017 at 02:05 | #

    Will the bf 110 be in scale with the fighters, as it is technically a fighter.


    Thanks, Ryan

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    • Monika

      Monika

      02 March 2017 at 10:57 | #

      Dear Ryan,

      BF110 will be more or less the same size as fighters but majority of bombers will be much bigger.

      Best regards,
      COBI Team

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  • Ryan elliott

    Ryan elliott

    16 February 2017 at 14:12 | #

    I love these new cobi ww2 aircraft. I have both the hawker hurricane and bf 109 e. I am very excited for the new bombers shown in your 2017 catalog. So, my question was, are thes new bombers going to be in scale with your current minifigures, or not?

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    • Monika

      Monika

      21 February 2017 at 12:44 | #

      Dear Ryan,

      The bombers will not be models in scale, they will be 'regular' models.
      We do not know yet, however, the exact number of blocks, etc. - they are planned for Q4.

      Thank you for your interest.

      Best regards,
      COBI Team

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