German Battleship "Tirpitz"

Level 5

Dimensions: 7.54 x 4.69 x 1.05 cm

Item number 05096

Age recommendation


Individual parts

99,99 €

incl. VAT., plus shipping costs

In stock - with you in approx. 7 working days


Bring history to life - The German battleship kit "Tirpitz"

This unique kit offers you the opportunity to recreate the imposing German battleship "Tirpitz" in detail and hold a significant piece of maritime history in your hands. With an impressive length of 717 mm and 585 parts, this kit is a challenging and enriching project for model building enthusiasts of all ages.

Scope of delivery:

Our extensive kit contains everything you need to create the masterpiece. From a detailed hull to individually movable turrets to 16 lifeboats and two Arado 196 seaplanes with glass pulpits, you get a wealth of realistic elements that bring the model to life. The enclosed illustrated multilingual building instructions make assembly a pleasure, while the included decals offer the possibility to choose between two historical periods of use: Operation "Sicily" in 1943 and Operation "Rösselsprung" in 1942.

The clear building instructions and high-quality parts make assembly accessible to beginners, while the multitude of details will delight even experienced hobbyists. Whether as an impressive exhibit in the living room, as a creative collector's project or as an exciting toy for young and old - the "Tirpitz" is suitable for a wide variety of applications.

What makes this model kit truly unique are its myriad of special features. The highly detailed design of the hull and drive shafts gives the model an unparalleled authenticity. The individually movable 38 cm gun turrets and the numerous anti-aircraft guns make the heart of every precision mechanic beat faster. In addition, the aircraft hangar doors, which can be opened or closed, offer an extra dose of realism.


The "Tirpitz" was one of the most powerful battleships of its time and played a decisive role in the Second World War. Their operational periods during Operations "Sicily" in 1943 and "Rösselsprung" in 1942 were of strategic importance and give the model additional historical depth. When assembling the model, you will not only learn a lot about the model building itself, but also about the impressive history of this impressive warship.

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