On the books for a January 2017 release is Niko Models
HNLMS TROMP 1942
Slated for a January 2017 release is Niko Models' 1/700 Scale MRS 25-26 1944 Deutsche Kriegsmarine Minenräumschiff
Set to release in January 2017, Niko Models' 1/700 scale H.M.S. H Class Destroyer Hero 1941.
New 1/350 scale dockside diorama accessories from Niko Models.
Studebaker US6 Dump Truck
Coming soon from Niko Model, the 1/350 scale Excavator WWII - military engineering machine .
A 'Sperrbrecher' is a German auxiliary ship that was used mostly as a mine sweeper in both the First and Second World Wars. They essentially sailed in front of other ships and cleared the way by detonating mines in their path. A waterline is now available of one of these vessels as fitted out in the Second World War.
The latest from Niko is another waterline kit of a civilian vessel class drafted into military service for World War II by Japan. The kit is labled after the lead ship in a class of 13 ships.
Niko Models of Poland has released kit No. 3501, a 1/350 scale version of the Treasury class United States Coast Guard Cutter Roger B. Taney as the ship appeared in 1944.
To compliment their Bussard
seaplane carrier, Niko offers extra seaplanes you can mount on the ship.
HNLMS Evertsen (Dutch: Hr.Ms. Evertsen) was a Admiralen-class destroyer of the Royal Netherlands Navy. The Admiralen class were eight destroyers built for the Royal Netherlands Navy between 1926 and 1931. All ships fought in World War II and were scuttled or sunk.
Built at Schichau yards in Königsberg, the Bussard (Buzzard) was launched in 1940 and commissioned in 1942. She carried Do 24 and BV 138 sea planes during her service.
3 new accessory sets for either your dock side diorama, small scale military installation or cargo for a Liberty Ship. These sets are all resin and come with between 2-3 units per set.
Originally built in England to be the Russian Freighter Lethington in 1900, the Wakamiya eventually became a seaplane tender that conducted the world's first naval launched air raid in 1914. Niko now offers a waterline kit of this historic military vessel.
First reported in March
as coming from Niko Model, a 1/700 waterline kit of an H-class destroyer under the name HMS Hardy
. This kit is to released in the coming weeks and Niko has more images of the kit and its instruction.
Today the 93 year old Komatsu Limited company is the second largest manufacturer of heavy and mining equipment (after Caterpillar). During the Second World War, it was a major component to Imperial Japan's war machine and Niko has offers one of Komatsu's more ubiquitous products from that time.
Coming soon from Niko Model, 1/700 waterline kit of an H-class destroyer under the nameHMS Hardy. The H-class destroyers was a refinement to the G-class with twenty-four destroyers of both made for the Royal Navy (two later transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy and one to the Polish Navy) launched in 1935–1939. They served in World War II and sixteen were lost in action.
The latest from Niko Models is what looks to be a beautifully done waterline kit of the US Navy cruiser USS Boise in her 1942 configuration. A Brooklyn class light cruiser, she served in both Pacific and European theaters of the Second World War.
New small scale resin vehicles from Niko for populating your IJN transports or dock dioramas.
For updating your early war USN vessels, Niko Models has released a 5 piece set of the 'Chicago Pianos'.
Another waterline kit is in the works from Niko Models, this time an H-class British destroyer.
Niko has added another fine waterline destroyer kit to their existing fleet. HMS Daring was 'D' class destroyer, launched on 7 April 1932. The ship was initially assigned to the 1st Destroyer Flotilla in the Mediterranean and made a brief deployment to the Persian Gulf and Red Sea in September–October 1933.
To compliment their 1/700 scale ship kits, Niko has released new accessories.
Built by Osaka Iron Works. Laid down on August 14, 1936. Launched May 11, 1937. Completed August 31, 1937. Built orignally as a whale oil factory ship, she became an auxillary oiler for the Japanese Imperial Navy.
The "Treasury" class Coast Guard cutters (sometimes referred to as the "Secretary" or 327-foot class) were all named for former secretaries of the Treasury Department. The cutter Spencer was named for John C. Spencer, the 16th Secretary of the Treasury.
Nikko Model is offering 2 new ship models and 2 new naval accessory sets in this scale. All ship kits come with photo-etch details.