V7 1:16 German Panther Type G R-C Battle Tank 3879-1
V7 1:16 German Panther Type G R-C Battle Tank 3879-1
1:16 German Panther Type G - BASIC version
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The German Panther Type G RC Battle Tank is a highly realistic and powerful remote-controlled tank replica. Inspired by the iconic Panther tanks used by Germany during World War II, this model is meticulously designed to capture the essence of its real-life counterpart.
Constructed with a durable and high-quality plastic body, the Panther Type G RC Battle Tank boasts an impressive level of detail, from its accurate proportions to its finely crafted exterior. The tank features realistic camouflage markings and weathering effects, lending an authentic touch to its appearance, making it a visually stunning display piece.
Equipped with a fully functional turret and barrel, the Panther Type G RC Battle Tank offers a dynamic range of motion. The turret has a 360-degree rotation capability, allowing precise aiming and targeting during battles. The barrel can elevate and descend, further enhancing the tank's realism.
The tank is powered by an advanced and efficient electric motor, providing both speed and agility. With its high-traction treads, the Panther Type G can traverse a wide variety of terrains, including gravel, dirt, and pavement, ensuring superior maneuverability in any scenario. Its exceptional suspension system allows for a smooth and stable ride regardless of the surface.
To enhance the tank's battle capabilities, the Panther Type G is equipped with an advanced infrared combat system. This system allows for thrilling multiplayer battles, as it enables friendly fire detection and precise hit detection from opponents. Additionally, the tank emits realistic sound effects, such as engine rumbling, gunfire, and explosions, greatly enhancing the overall battlefield experience.
The Panther Type G RC Battle Tank features a user-friendly remote control system, which enables intuitive and precise maneuvering. The remote control allows the operator to control the tank's movements, including forward and backward motion, left and right turns, and rotating the turret and barrel. Furthermore, the remote control offers various additional functions, such as adjusting volume levels and activating special features like smoke simulation and LED headlights.
With its exceptional attention to detail, realistic design, and powerful performance, the German Panther Type G RC Battle Tank offers an immersive and thrilling experience for hobbyists, collectors, and history enthusiasts alike. Whether displayed proudly on a shelf or engaged in intense battles, this RC tank promises hours of enjoyment and an opportunity to relive the historical significance of German armor during World War II.
The German Panther Type G battle tank was a World War II medium tank that played a significant role on the Eastern and Western fronts. Its development and deployment can be traced back to the early 1940s.
In the aftermath of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, the Wehrmacht quickly realized the need for a new and more capable tank to counter the heavily armored Soviet T-34 tanks. As a result, Daimler-Benz and MAN, two major German engineering companies, were tasked with designing a new tank that could outperform its counterparts.
Development work on the Panther tank began in 1942, with an emphasis on mobility, firepower, and protection. The Panther Type G was an improved version of its predecessors, incorporating changes based on combat experience and feedback from original Panther tank models.
The Panther Type G featured a sloping armor design, which increased its effective thickness and provided better protection against enemy fire. It also had an upgraded 75mm main gun, which was highly effective against both enemy tanks and fortified positions. The tank was powered by a Maybach HL 230 P30 engine, which allowed it to reach a top speed of around 46 km/h (29 mph).
Despite the tank's impressive characteristics, the Panther Type G faced significant challenges during its deployment. The German war industry was dealing with resource shortages due to the ongoing war effort, which led to production delays and a lack of spare parts. Furthermore, the tank's complex design made it challenging to manufacture in large quantities, further limiting its availability on the battlefield.
Nevertheless, the Panther Type G made significant contributions to German armored warfare during World War II. Its presence was felt in major battles such as the Battle of Kursk and the Battle of Normandy. The tank's superior firepower and strong armor made it a formidable opponent for the Allied forces.
However, as the war progressed, German production capabilities declined, and the Panther tanks suffered from mechanical issues, mainly due to the lack of spare parts. Additionally, the tank's high fuel consumption and the shortage of fuel further hindered its effectiveness as the war neared its end.
The Panther Type G battle tank remained in service until the final days of the war, even though it never reached the production levels initially planned. Its overall impact on the outcome of the war was limited due to the challenges faced by the German war machine and the overwhelming numbers of Allied forces.
Today, the Panther Type G battle tank is recognized as one of the most significant tank designs of World War II, representing a major step forward in German armored warfare technology.
Latest Generation TK7.0 Multi-Function Control Board (MFCB)
Proportional acceleration, steering, turret traverse, and gun elevation/depression
Programmable radio settings for sensitivity in turns, rate of acceleration, high speed and low-speed modes, etc
Smoke effect (On/Off)
Headlights and Brake lights (On/Off)
Volume (five settings including Off)
Four different sound sets. Each contains a unique engine start, idle, accelerating, traverse, elevate, machine gun, cannon firing, and shutdown sound
Cannon Recoil -This shudders the barrel briefly rearward to simulate recoil when firing the main cannon
Fires a 6mm plastic BB (10 meters with minimal accuracy and limited velocity, but should still be treated with caution and with adequate eye protection)
Fires an invisible IR signal to be used as part of Heng Long's Infrared Battle System, which disables other tanks when hit five times during simulated combat. Up to 20 tanks at the same time can battle each other!
Independent suspension on all road wheels
Heng Long German Panther Type G Professional Edition 1/16 Scale Battle Tank - RTR
2S 7.4v 1800mAh Li-ion battery with XT60 connector
2S USB LiPo/Li-ion battery charger
12-Channel 2.4GHz radio transmitter
Magnetic Infrared (IR) battle system receiver
Painted cosmetic accessory parts
Adhesive decal sheet
6mm plastic BBs (50 Pack)
2x spare track links
Complete instruction manual
Adjustable tracks tension
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