Fire Monitor smal 1/25th scaleNew

Item no.:  ro1382
Fire Monitor smal 1/25th scale - Image 1
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Functional fire monitor on a scale of 1:25

Typical, functional extinguishing monitor, universally applicable, made of injection moulded parts, easy to assemble, with aluminium tubes, handwheels and spray nozzle, as well as silicone hose.
Below deck hinged brass tubes for turning function, e.g. with ro1560 hinge disc set.

Total column height approx. 50 mm

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Item no.: ro1560
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ROMARIN
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Item no.: 65150
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KRICK
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20,95 EUR
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The ship model division of Robbe Modellsport has been owned by Krick Modelltechnik since summer 2015. The former Robbe products will be marketed from 2016 under the brand "romarin by krick".

We have taken over almost all the designs and forms around ship model construction and we will endeavor to re-launch the attractive ship models and the important accessories from the Robbe range and thus make the ship model construction even more lively.

Starting with the important starter models Katja and Dolly, over the fast motoryachts like the Najade, up to the Feuerlöschboot Dusseldorf or Hochweeschler Happy Hunter we want to expand the program step by step. And especially the important accessories will not be missing. Certainly, this will take some time, since Robbe's inventory could be reduced to little. We are constantly updating articles.

A regular visit to our homepage in the "New articles" section is therefore worthwhile.