DIY Titanic Ship Kit with 3D Mechanical Puzzle
Choosing ship models to create a designer, the “Metal time” engineers, first of all, turned to the history of the early 20th century’s most impeccable and named the model “Lost at Sea.” In this model, you can find the era’s super steamers’ features, magnificence, power, and grace. Two propellers, four pipes, four decks, anchors with chains, and hold rooms with a gearbox and an electric motor – this ship will excite everyone who is concerned about technical masterpieces.
The models’ numerous components and parts will give you the joy of technical creativity for many priceless hours. The metal taming and the fulfillment of the obtained outcome will leave a remarkable impression and a sense of belonging to the significant creations of the past. The Lost at Sea is a tribute to the inventor’s audacity and the courage of the crews of the 20th century’s great steamers.
Therefore, the Lost at Sea model should undeniably become a part of your collection.
|Quantity of parts, pcs||158|
|Difficulty level, from 1 to 8||4|
|Hours to assemble (average)||10|
|Model size (cm)||30 x 6 x 14|
|Model size (inch)||11.81 x 2.36 x 5.51|
|Rotating gears view|