The TOG 2 – British prototype super-heavy tank began being developed in the early stages of World War II. The design erroneously assumed that the war would take the form of trench warfare, as was the case in the previous world conflict. TOG 2, like its predecessor, was slow. With an enormous weight of over 81 tons, it could only reach speeds of 13-15 km/h, but its massive size made it possible to transport several infantry soldiers. It was also armed with a 17-pound gun. Only one was ever produced and is today a valuable exhibit at the Bovington Tank Museum. The TOG 2 is an extremely popular tank among military enthusiasts and players of the World of Tanks computer game. Funny nicknames such as “Sausage”, “Hot Tog” or “Dachshund” stuck to it, which are an expression of admiration and slight mockery of the dimensions of this huge machine.
The TOG 2 set was developed in collaboration with COBI and the Bovington Tank Museum. The model consists of 1225 high-quality COBI construction blocks and is 41 cm long. The characteristic camouflage has been reproduced using colored blocks and permanent prints that do not wear off even during intensive use. The tank is equipped with a rotating turret, a movable barrel and a detailed engine located under a hinged service hatch. Working tank traction allows you to move the vehicle, for example on a desk or the floor.
The TOG 2 set will surely bring a lot of satisfaction to both younger fans of blocks and adult enthusiasts of history and armored weapons. The tank will also certainly look spectacular both on the desk of collectors and fans of computer games.
- 1,225 high-quality blocks
- Produced in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition
- Meets the safety standards for products for children
- Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
- Only permanent prints without the use of stickers were used
- Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
- Clear and intuitive instructions based on illustrations and step-step directions
- The model was created in cooperation with the Bovington Tank Museum
- An additional brick with the printed model name
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