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J-15 Flying Shark Fighter with Light & Sound (P.L.A. Air Force) 9" Diecast Model CLX51463

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  • Model: CLX51463

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9" Diecast Model J-20 Flying Shark Fighter with Light & Sound (P.L.A. Air Force).
Diecast Metal with Plastic Parts.
Pull Back Action.
Colour: Flag Red, White and Bead Light Yellow.
Packing: 6pcs/Display Box, 72pcs/Carton

The Shenyang J-15 (NATO reporting name: Flanker-X2) , also known as Flying Shark, is a 4th generation, twin-jet, all-weather, carrier-based fighter aircraft in development by the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation and the 601 Institute for the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy's aircraft carriers. It is developed from J-11B as well as from studying of a prototype of Su-33. An unfinished Su-33 prototype, the T-10K-3, was acquired from Ukraine in 2001 and is said to have been studied extensively, reversed engineered, with development on the J-15 beginning immediately afterward. While the J-15 appears to be structurally based on the prototype of Su-33, the indigenous fighter features Chinese technologies as well as avionics from the J-11B program.[8] In February 2018, discussions about replacing the aircraft appeared in several Chinese media outlets including Xinhua and China's main military newspaper, contending the shortcomings of the aircraft are obvious since it still belongs to the 4th or 4.5 generation fighters, thus China urgently needs a 5th generation successor to it, one that will be based on J-20, J-31, or a new design.

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  • Model: CLX51463
  • Manufactured by: XPLANES

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Frame size

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    We provide measurements for glasses frame on our website in the following formats so that you can choose the frames that are best suited to your face.

    e.g. 54-20-134-26

    1. Lens Diameter (54) is the width across the lens

    2. Bridge width (20) is the distance across the bridge

    3. Arm length (134) is the length of the frame's arm from the front of the frame to the temple which secure the frame behind the ears.

    4. Lens Depth (26) is the height of the lens

    The best, quickest and easiest way of choosing the best fit for you is to note down the measurements of your current pair to give you a guide. Most frames have three measurements on the inside of an arm.
    The Arm Length and Bridge Width will determine the fit and comfort of the frames. The Lenses Diameter (width) and Depth (height) influence the style of glasses. Hence, these factors are respective to your individual preferences.
    As a general rule of thumb, people with narrow faces suit narrow frames. These 4 measurements do not need to match exactly, but if they are close to your current glasses, they will result in a similar fit.

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Polarized Lenses reduce highly reflective glare, present on surfaces such as water, snow and sand. These sunglasses have an eye protection factor rating of EPF10 - the highest available in Australia. They comply with the mandatory requirements of the Australian and New Zealand Standards for sunglasses and fashion spectacles, AS/NZS 1067:2003.