Chinese Railway models on Hobbyking

 
  hosk1956 Deputy Commissioner

Location: no where near gunzels
Just throwing this out there for those that may be interested. Browsing the HobbyKing site for some batteries for my R/C trains applications (24th scale and H0) and found these Chinese Railways models available.
Prices are pretty reasonable for one that may have a penchant for Chinese trains or for something a little different.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/63257/s/df4dk-diesel-locomotive-ho-scale-dcc-equipped-1

Also on the page under "track and scenery" is this electrostatic applicator.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/62805/s/handheld-electrostatic-flocking-applicator

Postage can be a game changer though, they can 'flock' off, i'm not paying $35 postage for the applicator.

Wayne

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  sydneyshortnorth Train Controller

Location:
Sure, the postage is steep, but look at the reported weight of the locomotives! My ANs and DLs, fairly heavy beasties though they are, only tip the scales a bit below 650g. Maybe these have brass or at least some sort of metal bodies, but I doubt it at the price.

Steve
  M636C Minister for Railways

Sure, the postage is steep, but look at the reported weight of the locomotives! My ANs and DLs, fairly heavy beasties though they are, only tip the scales a bit below 650g. Maybe these have brass or at least some sort of metal bodies, but I doubt it at the price.

Steve
sydneyshortnorth
These are (I assume) standard Bachmann Chinese prototype models.

They normally are pretty heavy, having die-cast frames. I think my DF11 is the heaviest loco I own.

They are usually available from Hattons, but these prices look good.

I probably should add a Shaoshan 1 in original form.

Peter
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
Still on the China theme.  
Who wants an Australia Puffing Billy steam train with crocodile dismantling device

  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
Just throwing this out there for those that may be interested. Browsing the HobbyKing site for some batteries for my R/C trains applications (24th scale and H0) and found these Chinese Railways models available.
Prices are pretty reasonable for one that may have a penchant for Chinese trains or for something a little different.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/63257/s/df4dk-diesel-locomotive-ho-scale-dcc-equipped-1

Also on the page under "track and scenery" is this electrostatic applicator.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/62805/s/handheld-electrostatic-flocking-applicator

Postage can be a game changer though, they can 'flock' off, i'm not paying $35 postage for the applicator.

Wayne
hosk1956
Try to find the Chinese agent. Most of my stuff comes in postage free or very cheaply at worst.
The features of the Chinese engine make you wonder just why we are dished out what we are here in Aus. A local who lived in China until recently, told me hobby shops (not toy shops)) are in short supply, and although a billion and more Chinese are living on this planet, the Model Railway market is  less patronised than here in Australia.
Cheers
Rod
  Hobbyking_Ian Station Master

Hi Guys,

Noticed this thread and thought i'd introduce myself.

I work out of the Australian office and i'm the category manager for Fixed wing (RC planes) and trains.

Noticed a few comments about shipping. Yes, shipping from our Australian warehouse is much cheaper and of course faster.

Happy modelling.

Ian
  a6et Minister for Railways

Just throwing this out there for those that may be interested. Browsing the HobbyKing site for some batteries for my R/C trains applications (24th scale and H0) and found these Chinese Railways models available.
Prices are pretty reasonable for one that may have a penchant for Chinese trains or for something a little different.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/63257/s/df4dk-diesel-locomotive-ho-scale-dcc-equipped-1

Also on the page under "track and scenery" is this electrostatic applicator.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/62805/s/handheld-electrostatic-flocking-applicator

Postage can be a game changer though, they can 'flock' off, i'm not paying $35 postage for the applicator.

Wayne
Try to find the Chinese agent. Most of my stuff comes in postage free or very cheaply at worst.
The features of the Chinese engine make you wonder just why we are dished out what we are here in Aus. A local who lived in China until recently, told me hobby shops (not toy shops)) are in short supply, and although a billion and more Chinese are living on this planet, the Model Railway market is  less patronised than here in Australia.
Cheers
Rod
comtrain
There are several hobby shops in China, also on line sales with Tabo, the shops are Lee Kwon in Hong Kong and Shanghai. At least two Ebay shops as well.

I will be listing my China rail rolling stock models for sale on Ebay very soon.
  a6et Minister for Railways

Just throwing this out there for those that may be interested. Browsing the HobbyKing site for some batteries for my R/C trains applications (24th scale and H0) and found these Chinese Railways models available.
Prices are pretty reasonable for one that may have a penchant for Chinese trains or for something a little different.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/63257/s/df4dk-diesel-locomotive-ho-scale-dcc-equipped-1

Also on the page under "track and scenery" is this electrostatic applicator.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog/product/view/id/62805/s/handheld-electrostatic-flocking-applicator

Postage can be a game changer though, they can 'flock' off, i'm not paying $35 postage for the applicator.

Wayne
Try to find the Chinese agent. Most of my stuff comes in postage free or very cheaply at worst.
The features of the Chinese engine make you wonder just why we are dished out what we are here in Aus. A local who lived in China until recently, told me hobby shops (not toy shops)) are in short supply, and although a billion and more Chinese are living on this planet, the Model Railway market is  less patronised than here in Australia.
Cheers
Rod
comtrain
There are several hobby shops in China, also on line sales with Tabo, the shops are Lee Kwon in Hong Kong and Shanghai. At least two Ebay shops as well.

I will be listing my China rail rolling stock models for sale on Ebay very soon.

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