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Kamag K25 6+6+PPU+ Transformer

Maker:  IMC Models
Model No:  64219045
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  September 2016

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Price   (max 15)10
Overall   (max 100)81%


Kamag K25 6+6+PPU+ Transformer Video  [Youku Video]
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Tii Group branded box.
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Driven axles have a red hub.  Nice edge graphics.
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Excellent details.
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Transformer is an imposing load.
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High quality grille.
Lifting the transformer.
Nice mini diorama, even if not completely realistic.
Comment on this model.

The Kamag K25 is a Modular Transporter which can be used as a trailer, semi-trailer or self-propelled transporter.

Kamag is part of the Tii Group.

The model includes a transformer load but there is no information about it.


The model comes in a high quality box with Tii branding.  The model parts are held within individual expanded polystyrene trays.

The review model had no missing parts or defects.

There is a small booklet which describes the assembly of the model, but there is no information about the real machine.


Two 6-line modules are supplied, and they are both detailed to the same level.  A separate power pack module is also included.

The rubber tyres have a realistic tread pattern and they are mounted on metal hubs which are different on the driven and non-driven axles.  Each pair of wheels is mounted on a metal support with a functioning hydraulic cylinder.

The structure underneath is strong and robust.

The edges of the modules are very detailed with tiny Kamag graphics on the sides and ends.  There are finely detailed tie-down points

Plastic connectors enable the modules to be linked at the ends, with the pinning mechanism of the real modules also utilised.  The pins are mounted in a holder like the real module.

Nicely textured plates fit into the module surface.

The power pack is very detailed.  It is mainly metal.  There are very good etched grilles and the end has a nice exhaust pipe.  End plates include light arrays.  The top surface has anti-slip surfaces and there are nicely detailed shackle points. 

The transformer appears to be a resin part with additional added detailing.  There are useable lifting lugs and a nice mesh grille at one end.  It is a good part, perhaps just missing some graphics to add more realism.


The modules have linked steering which is proportional, and with a good range of movement.

Each wheel set has sprung suspension with decent movement.  However, the extension cannot be set.

Both modules come with connectors to enable them to be connected in series. 

The steering bars on the modules are screwed potentially allowing different steering configurations to be set.

The power pack can be fitted to the ends of either module, although it looks best on the module which has driven axles. 


These modules are high quality models with a very high metal content. 

The paint finish is very good and the graphics are sharp.


The set is reasonable value.


These Kamag SPMT units are nicely modelled both in terms of detail and functionality. The addition of the transformer load also makes for an interesting display piece.


The transformer was announced at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in 2016, with the set appearing at Bauma 2016.
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Nice structure under the modules.
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Grille on the side of the PPU.
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More fine details.  
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Proportional steering.
Fully assembled.