Revell brings latest ranges to Toymaster show

Published on: 13th May 2016

Revell’s Junior Kit introduces the world of modelling to young craft makers.

revell480This range of easy-to-assemble construction toys are easily connected by screws and child-friendly tools. Once completed, each robust model kit transforms into a durable, fully functioning toy. The launch range includes a Fire Truck, Cabriolet, Racing Car, 4 x 4 Vehicle and Police Car.

A major rebranding project is being unveiled with a newly packaged Revell model kit range, featuring colour-coordinated packaging and colour manuals. Structured into five different skill levels from beginners to professional modellers, the range comprises Junior Kit, Easykits and newly tooled Model Kits. This new concept is spearheaded with a Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens range. The car range includes the Citroen 2CV, Porsche Boxter, VW T-1 Samba Bus and McLaren 570S all in 1:24 scale, plus the BMW Isetta in the larger 1:16 scale. Brand new aircraft model kits include the BAe Hawk T.1, Boeing 777 and a newly tooled Avro Shackleton. Special editions include Dinosaur Gift Sets, a Star Trek Gift Set and the limited edition Boeing 747-400 Ed Force One Iron Maiden The Book of Souls World Tour 2016.

Revell’s position as a major player in the RC sector is ramped up with the Quadcopter Steady Quad Cam, featuring an automatic height setting function and onboard camera, with other new additions to the range being introduced at the show. There is also a new range of off-road RC cars, rock crawlers and buggies coming this spring/summer.


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