Comparable to other M1A1s
A very detailed and solid kit. It looks like the real thing, but focuses more on playability than exact to tank detail. There are 2 opening hatches and a third storage compartment on the turret. Front of chassis can be opened up to reveal a driving compartment with some driving levers as well some printed computer pieces in the turret. The tank tracks use a third-party track link, but surprised how durable and smooth they are. I would assume that track link would slip from the wheels, since the wheels just float on the track link's middle ridge, but I was proven wrong. Tracks and wheels work fine together. Now for the minifigures; What you see on the picture is what you get exactly. These are 2 very detailed minifigures with 3d printing and 360 all over. They get good accessories as well. So for the big question, is this tank worth it? If you think the price is steep, there are other tan Abrams tanks made by Brickmania, Armorbrick, and Combatbrick. Out of all those other tanks, This Battlebrick tank comes with 2 minifigures, Armorbrick/Brickmania has zero and cost 220-310. Combatbrick has one minifig, but is $10 cheaper. In my opinion, this is the best tank for the buck.. you get everything you need, so go buy it!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Brickheadboy Toy Reviews from USA on 11/12/2020