In the never-ending quest to get "enough" bits, pieces & clutter for my 1/35 garage, I ordered one of these sets from Lucky Model in Hong Kong:http://www.luckymodel.com/scale.aspx?item_no=DIO-35006
Site said "in stock" but it took about 4 weeks AFTER the order was placed to get a "shipped" notice ... then the box showed up a week or so later!
Diopark doesn't seem to have a web site, but their stuff shows up on ebay and thru a few of the military sellers like Lucky Model.
Package seems to include ALL of the items shown in the illustration ... I'm going to post a mess of close-ups here so others doing the same "search" for appropriate bits can decide if there's anything useful here.
There's a workbench with working drawers ...
Decent but run-of-the-mill woodgrain on the workbench parts ...
But the drawer inserts are one-piece bits with separate faces ... thinking that replacing the top and drawer fronts with home-brewed parts might result in a nice workbench assembly without a lot of "figuring" on placing drawers, etc.
The bench grinder is a decent size and the gooseneck lamp has surprisingly delicate detail ... there's even a little bulb molded in the open underside of the lamp shade.
The jacks and canisters are kinda run-of-the-mill ... comparable to similar Italeri and Tamiya parts ...
The C-clamps are pretty large clamps ... but they have some really nice relief.
Very nice molding on these little hand wheels ... and, look, a wrist watch!
There are a few plumbing pieces (which go with the hand wheels in previous photos) ... and some rubber gloves, those look a bit flat ... but might work out okay as a background item ... or spark an urge to make some with putty ...
A few more "ordinary" looking pieces ... back of the shovel has a decent shape.
These crescent wrenches and files have some really nice relief ... surface of the files needs to be roughed up a bit, then they should work quite nicely.
Saws have some nice relief and the wingnut on the hacksaw is a nice touch ... dividers are a bit plain, but that's an unusual piece to find ... paint brush, um.
Bunch of wrenches with some nice relief to them.
I like the offset on these ... should look good on top of a workbench, etc ... cast a little bit of shadow.
Decent looking pry-bar.
Four-way lug wrench and some nice little screwdrivers -- two philips and two straight -- and the size of these looks good at a glance compared to a figure.
Assortment of scissors, sheers and pliers. Those slip-joint jobs at lower right look pretty crappy, but ...
Some have very nice relief to them ...
SUMMARY: Finding that it works best to "cherry pick" the best items from various sets ... sometimes photo-etch sets will have some really good looking items, and some that are "too flat" ... some plastic, resin or cast-metal sets have pieces that are really nice and others that are really bulky, lacking detail or whatever. Seems like there are enough good items here to merit picking up a set and checking out some other Diopark sets ... but, I posted the various close-ups so y'all can decide for yourselves!