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Hannants News: 22/04/18

Due April 24th Wingnut Wings WNW32065 1:32 Junkers D.1

Now in stock! Trumpeter TU05808 1:48 de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2; TU05909 1:144 HMS Astute; TU01681 1:72 Mig-31M Foxhound

Now in stock! New Aires and Quickboost!

New Eduard May and June releases now being listed in Future Releases. Most with 10% Backorder discount!

New Hat Industrie figures now in stock. Also a HUGE re-stock of the older figures.

We are now stocking Blackbird Models decal range.

Big reductions on selected Two Bobs decals now in Special Offers! 

The Hannants Of London shop at Colindale does not open Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday now. Opening times are.... Thursday & Friday from 11.00 to 7.00pm. Saturday 9.30am to 5.00pm. Sunday from 11.00am to 4.00pm.

 

Overseas customers we recommend you select the postage option WITH TRACKING if you want to follow your order thru the postal systems. If it does not have tracking it cannot be tracked and no one can tell you where it is. Tracking cannot be added after you have placed the order.

Set up your own Hot News and never miss a Special Offer or anything else! https://www.hannants.co.uk/help/question.php?question_id=104.

If you have items on Backorder you will now be sent a 'reminder' email once a month to tell you what you have on Backorder.

All ParcelForce & DPD parcels to a mainland UK address* are sent on a 24 hour service.

If you changed your delivery address to Collect From Show please remember to change it back to your normal bricks and mortar delivery address. 

Overseas customers please be sure you type in your first name and/or initial AND your surname/family name. Without both we will not despatch your order. Orders without both are being returned as 'undeliverable' before they even get to your towns and cities.

Enamel paints etc. We can sell to most mainland EU countries that are delivered to by road. (not islands or Greece sorry because they are flown). If you are logged in but cannot enter paints etc in your cart that means we cannot send to your country.

We sell Gift Vouchers online. See the Gift Vouchers' button in the yellow header section at the top of the home page.

You can see the postage cost to anywhere in the world without logging in or registering. Just put items in your cart and select your country in the shopping cart area.

You can put items that are out of stock on Backorder and have them either charged to your saved card details OR we can send you a Paypal invoice to pay within 10 days. Items placed on Backorder are reserved for you so in case there is a shortage you get priority.

You can put items that are out of stock on Watching and be sent an email as soon as they are delivered to us.

If you are visiting the London Hannants in Colindale you can be sure everything you want will be there for you AND get a 10% discount by ordering at the website. All you have to do is make sure the Country in your Delivery address is Collect from Colindale SHOP AND send the order to us by MIDDAY on the Wednesday for collection Saturday.

* not Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle Of Wight or Isle Of Man sorry.

Hannants mailorder is based in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England 01502 517444

The London model shop is at
Unit 2, Hurricane Trading Estate
Grahame Park Way, Colindale,
London, NW9 5QW
Phone 020 8205 6697
Email colindale@hannants.co.uk

Close to the RAF Museum....

Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. X72298: Bristol Blenheim Mk.I/Mk.If (11) Mk.1 K7078 38 Sqn RAF Wyton 1937 K7133 44-L 44 Sqn RAF Waddington 1938; YN-B 601 Sqn RAF Hendon 1939 L1257 ZK-I 25 Sqn RAF North Weald 1941; K7040 114-V 114 Sqn RAF Wyton 1937; K7107 VT-B 30 Sqn Ismalia Egypt 1940; L1381 VA-G 113 Sqn Greece 1941; Mk.If L1426 RX-M 25 Sqn RAF Northolt 1939; K7177 VT-N 30 Sqn Meleme Crete 1941; WQ-P 604 Sqn RAF Hendon 1940; L6782 ZD-Z 222 Sqn RAF Duxford;
  2. MSVIT72052: Dassault Mirage 4000 Kit includes: · 200 pcs plastic parts · Decals for 2 coloring versions; · 2 assembly options · Photo-etched sheet (incl. instrument panel) · 2 canopies (open/ closed); · Adhesive masks · Set of 6 “air-to-air” missiles · Transparent HUD display
  3. AMU72331: BAe Jetstream T.1 RAF 45 Sqn METS
  4. ZVE6217: German Sniper Team NOT British Howitzer as previously announced
  5. AMP72001: Focke-Achgelis Fa-225
  6. SH72327: Dornier Do-27 "German, Spanish and Belgian Service In the post war year, many German aircraft designers feared the possible ban on aircraft production and begun to leave the country. Among them also Claudius Dornier Jr., the son of the famous German WW2 aircraft builder. He settled in Spain where he founded company named Oficinas Técnicas Dornier (OTEDO). In the middle 50’s, the Spanish Air Ministry was looking for a new STOL aircraft and having received the order, Dornier designed the Dornier Do 25 type, a high wing aircraft for a crew of four. Two prototype airframes were built by CASA company in Spain, while in Germany, in rebuilt Dornier works, the type was redesigned to the Do 27, powered by the Lycoming GSO-480-B1B6 engine. This type was also finally put into production, becoming the first aircraft to be mass-produced in Germany after the war. In total, 428 airframes were built in several different versions and they were operated by all three services of the newly built German military, ie the air force, navy and land forces. At the same time, a 50-unit batch was also produced in Spain for their military, named the CASA C-127/U.9. The type’s many versions differed mainly by the style of the undercarriage, engine and propeller used, the shape of the tail fin or by having either single or twin controls in the cockpit. The Dornier Do 27 was not only used by air forces of many European countries, namely by Portugal, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland and some others, but also elsewhere over the globe. It could be seen flying in several African countries, in the State of Israel and also in Turkey. The type found its way to civil aviation market too and was quite liked by so-called bush pilots for its excellent performance in harsh conditions of irregular transport lines in Africa or South America. In Europe, the Do 27 served as touring or skydiving aircraft.This nicely detailed model originates in steel moulding tools and comes on four sprues of grey styrene and one sprue of clear parts which can be attached also in open position – meaning both the front cockpit door and the large fuselage window on either side of the fuselage to nicely show the busy interior of the model.The decal sheet offers markings for three machines. The German option portrays a machine in standard camouflage with high visibility orange wing tips, rudder and cowling panels and what makes her even more interesting, with black and white stripped propeller. The two other options is a Belgian plane olive overall and a Spanish one in aluminium over pale blue as it was operated in the Spanish Sahara.
  7. SH32055: Hawker Tempest Mk.VI During World War Two the opposing sides were constantly competing against each other to keep abreast of the latest technological developments and as a result this led to ever more powerful and effective warplanes. In 1941 the new German Fw 190 fighter aircraft began to enter service and as its main response the British hastily developed the Spitfire Mk.V into the Mk.IX with a better Merlin engine, although they also introduced a new type called the Hawker Typhoon Mk.I into the service too. The Typhoon fighters were rushed into service and suffered from a number of teething problems and it soon became clear that the new fighter would not fit the requirements for a standard day fighter aircraft. Sir Sydney Camm who was Hawker‘s chief designer began to design a new fighter aircraft which was partially based on the Typhoon. At first this was known as the Typhoon Mk.II but soon was renamed as the Tempest and in the end, it became one of the very best WW2 fighter machines. Following the Mk.V and Mk.II versions, the Mk.VI was put into production. Though it happened yet during the war, the type saw front line service in the post war conflict areas, mainly in the Middle East as this version was equipped for harsh desert conditions. The Mk.VI was fitted with a more powerful version of the Sabre Mk.V engine and comparing with its predecessor, the Mk.V verison, it had also larger wing root radiator, oil cooler and engine intakes. The kit’s plastic parts come on eight runners of grey styrene and one with clear parts. All the major parts‘ surface is adorned with very fine rivet lines. Throughout the build, the modeller is quided via an A4 size full-colour instruction booklet. The colour schemes and decal sheets cater for four various Tempest Mk.VI machines, the first of which, ie Camo A option features an overall silver doped machine bearing the name Poppet, Camo B option brings a RAF day fighter scheme coloured machine with red and white fuselage code letters. One of the very few bare metal Tempests is portrayed in Camo C option and wears V fuselage code. The final option is a machine with RAF desert scheme. The decal sheets bring also a full set of airframe stencils including those for the interior and fuel tanks.
  8. ACE72435: FV-601 Saladin armoured car
  9. AMU72307: Dassault Falcon 50 with winglets
  10. BX72023: Crusader AG-4 American gyro company