- no of bricks: 1090
- Figures: 1
- Scale 1:48
- Block stand with printed name of the model
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Easy-to-follow instruction manual
- Compatible with other leading brands of construction blocks
- Model dimensions: (L x W x H): 39 cm (15.4") x 50 cm (19.7") 15 cm (5.9")
Developed in 1:48 scale, the model consists of 1090 bricks and includes two figures depicting pilots. The most important functionalities of the model are the drive nacelles, which can be set in different positions, rotating rotor blades, opening cabin doors with stairs, access to the cockpit and the possibility of placing figures there, and an opening rear loading hatch. The COBI model of the Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey was released under the license of the American manufacturer of combat helicopters, Bell Helicopter Textron.
The Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey is a fascinating and futuristic combination of a helicopter and an airplane. The tiltrotor/rotator was the first short take-off and landing multi-role aircraft. It owes its extraordinary properties to the rotating drive system. Engine nacelles with rotors with a diameter of 12 meters can rotate during flight. Thanks to this solution, the machine can take off and land like a helicopter, and after changing the position of the engines, it goes to horizontal flight. Turning the propulsion nacelles by 45 degrees enables both short take-off and landing, similar to STOL aircraft. The Osprey was jointly developed by Bell Helicopter Textron, which produces wings, engine nacelles with Rolls-Royce engines, rotors, propulsion system, tail control surfaces and loading ramp, and the Boeing Company, which produces the fuselage, cockpit, avionics and controls. The Osprey manufacturing company is called Bell-Boeing. Due to its extraordinary properties, the V-22 Osprey found its way into the equipment of the United States Marine Corps, United States Navy and other services, with the only exception being the US Army. It is used in missions around the world. The Osprey has marked its presence in the Middle East and Afghanistan. The first foreign user of the V-22 was Japan.
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