|Number of parts:||119|
|Country of Origin:||Ukraine|
Winged aircraft - an invention of Ukrainian designer Igor Sikorsky, has been serving humanity for over a hundred years. Mechanisms based on them are used as loaders, and people carriers, and solve complex problems. What is best suited to the task of precisely installing bridge parts over a hard-to-reach mountain river? Or delivering supplies to an oil rig in the ocean during a storm? Or evacuating climbers from the slope of a mountain? Of course, a helicopter.
The ability to take off and land vertically, overcome obstacles, quickly change speed, hover in the air, and spin around its axis - all of these make these aircraft indispensable in various situations. And of course, helicopters find wide application in war.
Resource delivery, evacuation of fighters, and assault operations - military helicopters can do it all. Thanks to their invaluable role, they have become heroes of movies and books. That's why one of our wooden models for self-assembly is dedicated specifically to helicopters.
The basis for this model is a collective image of a helicopter, and the model contains details similar to various models of military helicopters.
Your task will be to correctly assemble 119 parts so that the model is stable and resembles a helicopter. This will require a lot of time and effort. But the result will surprise your friends or relatives, although we are sure that you will assemble this model together. After all, that is what our self-assembly kits are designed for. The "Helicopter Wooden Edition" self-assembly kit is designed for enthusiasts of aircraft and avionics. The model will surprise you with a multitude of details that exactly match the common helicopter concept. Main and tail propellers, cockpit, and ammunition – all are present in the model.
The "Helicopter Wooden Edition" self-assembly kit is made from natural wood. It does not contain any metal or plastic elements. During the assembly process, the use of glue, bolts, clips, and other fasteners is excluded. All parts are carefully processed and eliminate the possibility of cuts, splinters, pinches, or other injuries.
The presence of small parts can pose a danger to children under 3 years old, and they should not be left alone with the kit.