World of Tanks Cobi Nano Models

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Good day everyone,

Not much in terms of news today, but theres always something new to empty your wallet. In collaboration with WG, Cobi released a new series of miniature models.

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The series so far consists of SU-85, T-34, Cromwell, Tiger I, Panther, and Leopard 1.

Each of the tiny buggers is around 72 pieces and comes with a code for an auto fire extinguisher and food consumable. You can check out the series and Cobi’s larger scale models here.

All I can think of is that these things would hurt like hell to accidently step on!

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11 comments on “World of Tanks Cobi Nano Models

  1. Nevermind says:

    FK me mate… slow news day? I there there was a kitten stuck in a tree down the street, or maybe a game that the MM really stacked one side….




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  2. Anonymous says:

    Looks like shity leggo




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  3. Sasque says:

    Chibi tenks! <3




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  4. wremisekrummels says:

    6 euro for the tank, 16 for the delivery :Y




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  5. I like how the cromwell and SU-85 are the largest of these mini tanks.

    How about talk about the world of tanks scavenger hunt and how it’s impossible to get a code unless you search for it at 6 am in the morning instead of going to work?




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  6. VladCelTroll says:

    My mum would throw me off the window along with the tanks had I bought any of them. Don’t dare asking what happened to my superb 1:35 scale Lego KT. Please, don’t do it 🙁




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  7. Hedgehog1963 says:

    Going to get the Cromwell….




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  8. sturmi0545 says:

    I don’t know. If you like decent tank models without having to do hours of nerdy glueing and painting, I still prefer these: http://www.flamesofwar.com
    They got goodlooking stuff (yes, it’s a tabletop game), that’s easily assembled and painted quickly.
    I hate that WG and business friends try to sell us every brick with a pointy stick in it as tank. People got so enthusiastic about tanks (which is a good thing), but they forgot everything they’ve learned about quality and the price/cost of things. What a careless, money-throwing bunch we’ve become.




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