DIY Submarine Kit with 3D Mechanical Puzzle
Sea and ocean depths contain lots of secrets. So, underwater travel dreams have always been in the hands of inventors and engineers. However, Jules Verne’s book 20 Thousand Leagues under the Sea was the first dieselpunk novel dedicated to the underwater journey. She motivated designers and engineers to come up with submarine prototypes.
Deep-sea vehicle prototypes appeared in the early Middle Ages, but it was until 1620 that the first successful submarine tests happened in England.
Presently, underwater vehicles are the most intricate mechanical-electronic systems that can manage several months of underwater trips and explore the deepest depths of oceans in the world.
Metal Time engineers and designers commemorate the well-known submarines in the Elusive modular Nautilus.
The primary approach of the designer was to form a perfect-shape model with ornamental details that would immediately draw attention. The outcome is a model that will embellish any interior. The exciting part of assembling the Elusive Nautilus will be gifted a small technical masterpiece.
The Elusive Nautilus is made from maintainable food-grade stainless steel certified for consumer goods and toys like all Metal Time prefabs.
Cutting the set precisely does away with the likelihood of being cut during assembly. As a result, the parts closely fit together, and there will not be any resulting joint problems.
The brushed metal’s pleasant tactile impressions, durability, and aesthetics constructively differentiate steel parts from plastic or wooden ones used in other constructors.
The model assembling process and the outcome in the finished model form will be a pleasure, giving you the feeling of a discoverer and design engineer.
|Quantity of parts, pcs||91|
|Difficulty level, from 1 to 8||6|
|Hours to assemble (average)||8|
|Model size (cm)||21 х 5 х 7|
|Model size (inch)||8.26 x 1.96 x 2.75|
|Windup moving mechanism|