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Leonardo da Vinci: Flying Machine (Ornithopter)

by  Italeri
Product Description
This item is an assembly kit of a space exploration vehicle or other non-fictional mechanism.   Click here for sizing chart.

From Italeri:

The ornithopter is a machine designed to fly by the flapping of its wings in imitation of birds.In 1485, Leonardo da Vinci began to study the flight of birds. He grasped that humans are too heavy, and not strong enough, to fly using wings simply attached to the arms. Therefore he sketched a device in which the aviator lies down on a plank and works two large, membranous wings using hand levers, foot pedals, and a system of pulleys.

This model kit will measure about 24cm x 10cm x 15cm when completed. 

Assembly Guide
Code:
ITAIT3108
Series:
Date Released:
October 2018
Package Size/Weight:
31.2 x 21.8 x 6.1 cm / 290g
Manufacturer:

Italeri

In Stock
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List Price:
¥3,200
Our Price:
¥2,560
You Save:
¥640
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