/ Product Description & Story /
Designer Iwamichi Shinichi usually likes to ride a bicycle. A manpower flying machine is also a kind of bicycle for him. In the early days of the aviation industry, people believed that the dream of flying the sky could be achieved through manpower. Therefore, different types of manpower flying machines were developed. This manpower flying machine has a reduced scale of 1/144, and all manpower flying machines have had actual aircraft flight tests. Therefore, the height ratio of fishing on the hooks is the actual flying height at sea level.
This aircraft is the Bliss flag aircraft of the Japan International Bird Championships which has won six previous winning records. The Japan International Bird Championships, or the Crazy Birdman Contest, is a hand-crafted production sponsored by Japan’s Yomiuri Television and co-organized by the Japan Aviation Association. Glider, man-machine flight competition. The first competition was held in 1977. After that, each year in July and August, an annual competition is held on the shores of Lake Biwa. It has gradually become a highly-competitive event for aeronautical relations and aviation enthusiasts at Japanese universities.
/ Size, size, size, weight /
Wing length 20.3 cm (ratio 1/144)
/ Material /
/ Use and maintenance /
Difficulty: Easy (hard to easy three levels)
This product must be self-assembled by DIY. The required tools are tweezers and blades. Do not use instant glue, stainless steel guarantees no rust. The contact between the aircraft and the stand is designed as a magnetic suction. It can be freely disassembled and placed on the table as a decoration. Super eye-catching!!
Magnet adsorption instructions
/ Designers & Brand Profiles /
Shinichi Gwami, the founder of AEROBASE, is a designer who loves the model. Every product is carefully vetted from the planning, design, and production to ensure that every work has a high quality.
**This product is made in Japan and its fineness is higher than that of the mainland system.**
**Please see the assembly instruction below**
Origin / manufacturing methods
Made in Japan