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  • When the going gets tough, it's time for the PlayMobil City Action 5282 Construction Excavator to come out to play!

    Equipped with caterpillar tracks, this excavator can maneouvre over even the roughest terrain and it's large scoop makes easy work of digging holes and moving construction materials.

    The rotating cab swivels all the way through 360 degrees, allowing kids to easily deposit the materials in a new location as they get on with the job.Perfect for encouraging children's imaginative play.

    The driver is protected by a hinging cab cover that can be flipped up for easy access to his seat. The driver mini figure also comes with a toolbox with tools.

    Useful info:

    • Comes with construction worker mini figure
    • Excavator rotates 360°or can be fixed in place
    • Stickers included
    • Age from 4 years
    • PlayMobil City Action 5282 Construction Excavator
  • The stylish Zinc Street Scooter is as easy to carry as it is fun to ride.

    Suitable from 5 years, this scooter is adjustable, foldable and even has a carry strap, making it easy to store and transport - perfect for taking to the park.

    It features a cool chrome colour scheme, comfortable foam grips and black grip tape to make it truly strand out from the crowd.

    A great way to encourage your child to get active, it boasts robust PVC wheels and has a rear brake so they can fully control their speed. An adjustable handlebar height means it will grow as they do.

    Useful info:

    • Zinc Street Scooter
    • Adjustable carry handle
    • Folds for easy transportation
    • Adjustable handlebar height
    • Rear Wheel Brake
    • PVC wheels
    • Soft Foam Grips
    • Age from 5 years

  • The only real flying fairy that a girl can easily fly, controlling movement with her hand. Beautiful design with stylised base to charge from.

    Age from 6 years.

    Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years.

  • Green alert! The Kraang Ship is dropping mutagen bombs all over the city. Take to the skies with Donatello and Michelangelo in the Turtles' homemade T-Rawket. Dodge the Ship's flick missiles and return fire with a sizzling slice of Turtle Power from the pizza shooter. April's dad has been transformed into Mutated Dr. O'Neil, so strap on the backpack glider, activate the ejector seat and launch a Turtle into the air to save him!

    Includes 4 mini figures with weapons and accessories: Donatello, Michelangelo, Mutated Dr. O'Neil and The Kraang.

    Age from 6-12 years.

  • Revell Titanic Gift Set. A gift set with two models of the R.M.S. Titanic in scales 1:700 and 1:1200. Adhesives and paint are included in addition to six basic colours. The keel of the Titanic was laid on 31.03.1909 at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Northern Ireland. The liner was equipped with the ultimate in elegance and luxury for service with the noted transatlantic White Star Line. Two years later, on 31.05.1911 the Titanic was launched. With a length of 269.04m, a beam of 28.19m and a tonnage of 46,320 GRT, in 1912 she was the largest ship in the world. Captain Edward John Smith transferred from her sister ship the Olympic specifically for the maiden voyage of the Titanic. On Wednesday 10.04.1912 she set out from Southampton. Cherbourg (France) and Queenstown (Ireland) were stops on the way to New York (USA). The voyage proceeded without problems until, following numerous warnings of icebergs, on Sunday (14.04.1912) at about 23.40 hours (ship's time) the look-out's bell rang out. The ship scraped against the iceberg on the starboard side and after two hours and forty minutes in the icy waters of the Atlantic she sank. Only 712 souls survived this disaster. Age from 8 years. Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.

  • Revell Battle of Britain Gift-Set. Includes 1:72 plastic model kits of Hurricane Mk1, Heinkel HE111 H-3, Junkers JU 87B 'Stuka', Spitfire Mk1. Finely detailed models. Superb decals. Includes the essential paints, professional glue and a brush. The legendary Battle of Britain represented a significant turning point during the Second World War. In preparation for the invasion, in the summer months of 1940, the German Air Force started massive attacks on British towns and RAF aerodromes. On lst July 1940, RAF Fighter Command had fewer fighter planes and pilots than the Luftwaffe. Until September 1940 therefore small air defence units had been principally used in order to retain sufficient reserves. By the beginning of August the Luftwaffe had already lost over 300 aircraft in attacks on English ships and ports. However the achievement of air superiority in the airspace over the south of England was considered to be a fundamental requirement for a successful invasion. The German air force command was convinced that the RAF fighter defences could be eliminated by a battle of attrition. The aim was to force the RAF fighter squadrons into battle and destroy them. Since 1937 radar stations had been set up along the British coasts. These enabled early detection of incoming German bomber formations. The German command underestimated the effectiveness of this system. 13th August 1940 - Eagle Day - marked the beginning of a series of major attacks against RAF installations, coastal radar stations and Royal Navy bases. From 7th September the focus of the bombing raids moved to the London area, primarily carried out by the He 111 and Ju 87. For the first time the attackers were countered by numerous British fighter units.

  • Revell HMS Victory Gift-Set. The kit includes a few basic colours, thinner paintbrush and glue as well as an impressive 42 x 60 cm poster. His Majesty's Ships, particularly the Victory as their flagship, had every reason to celebrate the 21st october 1805, since they had succeeded in defeating the Franco-Spanish fleet. However celebrations were dampened because the Victory's Commander, Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson, lost his life on his ship on the very day of the great Victory. The great hero's tomb is in St. Paul's Cathedral, London. Today, H.M.S. Victory lies in dry-dock in Portsmouth in all her splendour. The whole of England was outraged when it was suggested the ship be scrapped following the Napoleonic wars, so she was reprieved and became the stationary flagship of the commander-in-chief. In 1922 the Victory underwent a comprehensive restoration paid for out of donations. She was the opened to the public as a memorial. Age from 8 years. Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.

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