1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII
1/16 British Cromwell  RC Tank WWII

1/16 British Cromwell RC Tank WWII

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1/16 British Cromwell RC WW2 Tank

Hobby Grade
Age above 14+


  • Metal Chasiss

  • Metal Gearbox

  • Christie suspension system

  • Hand-Made

  • IR Battle ( Unique intelligent 5 lamps 10 lives),

  • Super simulated smoking,Idle smoke

  • Real tank lighting effects,

  • Real sound effects integrated into the world of tanks,

  • Multifunction VCU(Vehicle Control Unit),

  • Double power supply system,

Basic information:

  • Product introduction:

  • Brand :HobbyToki

  • ITEM:1/16 British Cromwell RC WW2 Tank

  • Tank Size:407x187x147mm(including barrel)

  • Box Size:550*270*260mm

  • Weight:5KG


History of Cromwell tank

The Cromwell tank, officially Tank, Cruiser, Mk VIII, Cromwell (A27M), was one of the series of cruiser tanks fielded by Britain in the Second World War.[a] Named after the English Civil War-era military leader Oliver Cromwell, the Cromwell was the first tank put into service by the British to combine high speed from a powerful and reliable engine (the Rolls-Royce Meteor), and reasonable armour. The intended dual-purpose high velocity gun could not be fitted in the turret and a medium velocity dual purpose gun was fitted instead. Further development of the Cromwell combined with a high velocity gun led to the Comet tank.

The name "Cromwell" was initially applied to three vehicles during development. Early Cromwell development led to the creation of the A24 Cavalier. Later Cromwell development led to the creation of the competing Tank, Cruiser, Mk VIII, Centaur (A27L) design. The Centaur tank was closely related to the Cromwell, both vehicles being externally similar. The Cromwell and Centaur tanks differed in the engine used; the Centaur had the 410 hp Liberty engine, the Cromwell had the significantly more powerful 600 hp Meteor; Centaur hulls were converted to Cromwells by changing the engine.

The Cromwell first saw action in the Battle of Normandy in June 1944. The tank equipped the armoured reconnaissance regiments of the Royal Armoured Corps, in the 7th Armoured Division, 11th Armoured Division and the Guards Armoured Division. While the armoured regiments of the latter two divisions were equipped with M4 Shermans, the armoured regiments of the 7th Armoured Division were equipped with Cromwells. The Centaurs were not used in combat except for those fitted with a 95 mm howitzer, which were used in support of the Royal Marines during the amphibious invasion of Normandy.


  • Forward reverse

  • Regular turning

  • Pivot turning

  • Super pivot turning

  • Turret rotation

  • Barrel elevation

  • Barrel recoil

  • Camera system

  • Smoke generator

Sound performance:

  • Ignition sound

  • Flameout suond

  • Track running sound

  • Engine sound

  • Main gun firing sound

  • Shells sound

  • Recoil sound

  • Machine gun firing sound

  • Turret rotating sound

  • Barrel elevating sound

  • Bugle sound


1X RC Tank
1X Battery
1X Transmiter
1X Charger
1X Manual
1X Accessories Set



Use under direct adult supervision only.
Age recommendation: 14+
Not suitable for children under 36 months of age. Choking hazard due to small parts.