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Juweela Kilometer - Mile Stone marker in 1/32nd - 1/35th Scale 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 votes.

Juweela Kilometer - Mile Stone marker in 1/32nd - 1/35th Scale

This is an excellent looking for a World War II European style Kilometer-Mile marker stone.

The Kit:

Contains 1 plastic bag that has 1 Ceramic/Plaster Kilometer-Mile marker stone enough to protect any installation you need to keep safe. Or if you have a big diorama in mind, you can purchase a few bags and really stack them around to stop any advancing armor or suits. They measure 33.30 x 1.50 cm or 9/16th inches long x 5/16th inches wide x 1 5/16th inchs tall.

They come in sets of 3, 9, 15, 21 or 30 per set.


This is an excellent European style Kilometer-Mile marker stone ready to go, no painting needed (all you need to do is figure out the numbers that you plan to use to make it fit into the roadside of your next diorama). Juweela makes a lot of different diorama items that will assist you in creating dioramas in various scales. Check out their website www.juweela.de to see what items they make that will assist you in building that perfect building or diorama. (Their website is in German, but if you are like me, and can't speak/read/write German, just pull up a translator program and you can pretty much understand all that you need to). They have items in 1/16th 1/24th, 1/32nd, 1/35th, 1/45th 1/48th, 1/50th, 1/72nd, and 1/87th scale. It doesn't matter if you build Dioramas, Cars, Aircraft, Armor, Figures, Science Fiction/Fantasy or if you are a Wargammer. Juweela has something for you. They also list distributors in various countries on the website. I will be following this up with reviews of some other cool stuff that they produce.

I'm told that they are currently working on a new Website that will include English.

I highly recommend this set of Kilometer-Mile Marker Stone for anyone who enjoys building diorama's. I would like to thank Andreas Soraru of Modellbau Portal for the review sample.


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