The new ScaleART Unimog appeals to many fans of the original who are not yet necessarily familiar with
functional model building.
The fact that the new ScaleART Unimog is equipped with the in-house Commander remote control technology is a
necessity. Without this compact and functionally extensive technology, the “invisible” installation would not
have been possible.
When it comes to functional model building, the Commander has not only established itself: there is no getting
around the remote-control systems.
Now, you cannot naturally assume that everyone, and especially newcomers, will want to invest €1500 for a
Commander SA-1000 or double that for an SA-5000.
We also offer the perfect solution in this respect
Many aficionados in the model world are already familiar with the entry-level Commander MiniCOMM, which is an
economical entry-level solution into the world of Commanders.
We have now launched another variant exclusively for the UNIMOG project, which appropriately enough, goes by
the name of UniCOMM.
Aside from the visual adaptation to the Unimog model, the price of the latest Commander offspring is
To facilitate the entry financially, the company opted for an injection moulding tool due to the expected
higher production volume, to minimise the manufacturing costs for the previously 3D-printed housing. The new
sales price will probably be around €699.
This means that this system is at the lower end of the price list without offering anything less. In future,
all proud MiniCOMM or UniCOMM owners will also be offered a smart transport case. It will be adapted to the
large case, made of aluminium with logo imprint and matching moulded cut-outs made of foam.