Which historical period should you choose for your miniature tank ?
Scientific MHD brings together a selection of different miniature tanks that enabled the Wehrmacht to dominate Europe at the beginning of the Second World War. Discover the Tirpitz, the largest German battleship ever built at the time (1939), which would also go well in a collection with the German FW 190A8 JG 54 aircraft and German Kfz when displayed together. You will also find the 70-Personnel Carrier, an armoured vehicle seen on the Eastern Front. Other armoured vehicles, aircraft and miniature ships are available on our site, as well as several tanks. Tanks played a decisive role during the Second World War. They enabled the Germans to cross the Ardennes, which the French thought was impossible. How could one imagine not including miniature tanks in a collection based on this important world war? We also distribute tanks from different countries, not only German ones, such as the Tilly Light Utility Car, which belonged to the British army.
What scale should you choose for your miniature tank ?
In addition to the different countries and periods, the scale of your model tank should also be taken into account. As a general rule, the larger the scale, the smaller the model and the clearer the details. The smaller scale tank models, in most cases, are very close to the originals, with many fine details making these high-quality objects. Choose from four different scales: 1:32, 1:48, 1:56 and 1:72, meaning your tank will be 32 times, 48 times, 56 times or 72 times smaller than the original tank. Scientific MHD mainly distributes tanks made by Hobby Master, specialists in miniatures, who are loved by many model making enthusiasts. Just take a glance at some of the forums to see the public opinions... This is also the case of Forces of Valor, known for its wide choice of military vehicles and the quality of their products. You can also find this manufacturer on our website.
To keep your tanks in tip-top condition and show them off in all their glory, we would recommend placing them inside a display case. These cases come in different sizes, some of which are better suited to one scale than another. Let yourself be tempted by the LED window light that will enhance your miniature tanks to the maximum. You can find all the details you need to make the right choice on our website.