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Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2014
Well designed model. Easy to understand from an assembly standpoint. Great looking when finished.
This is great addition to crane collections.
And the excellent service from Diecastmodels.co made for a great purchase experience.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Sep 2013
great model - all functions work very nicely
Posted by brett on 17th Sep 2013
The detail is awsome. a must for any crane collector. well worth the cost.
Posted by Karl on 5th Jun 2013
One of the best cranes I have seen,excellent detail
Posted by Brad Teunis on 3rd Jun 2013
I have ordered many crane models but this has been the best order I have ever purchased. That is why I ordered it twice. Very happy with your product
Posted by Kevin on 4th Apr 2013
First of all, this thing is freaking huge! Which is exactly what I wanted in a tower crane model. It's also super detailed and also modular (ie-you can make it so it's not quite so tall!).
Just buy it.
Posted by Tom H. on 31st Jan 2013
This is the best out there.Extremely detailed in every way possible. I don't think there is any plastic on it. A definite must for any collector.
Posted by Ponce201 on 20th Jan 2013
Outstanding detail and quality taken to fabricate this model , I must say this is the first model crane I have purchased and definitely it will not be the last , I will buy a few more models and start a small collection .
I highly recommend this product to any person that wants to impress people that visit their office ,home , etc.
Posted by Dan on 9th Dec 2012
After nearly a year of convincing myself to buy this model, I was glad when it finally arrived. The detail in every aspect of this crane is amazing, and working around them daily, it is very hard to pick the difference. I built the model with 10 sections instead of the supplied 13. The crane now happily sits lifting 1 boom section as the other 2 sit on the back of a Kenworth T908 with drake trailer (i know, a little overkill with the Drake but do not have a flat bed yet)
If you are interested in buying this model i definitely would'nt wait, its quite a large model and looks even better being posed as if the crane is being jumped, my favourite model, and definitely wont be the last!
Posted by Joe G. on 20th Sep 2012
...it is the most detailed tower crane. As always, I chose Potain's house colors as those construction companies mean nothing to me, living where I live, so mine is in a beautiful fire-engine red normally associated with Ferrari, that bring out the excellent craftsmanship typical of TWH.
For stability purposes, i chose to build mine using only ten mast sections, leaving out three out of thirteen provided with the kit. Although the base is heavy and the very convincing "concrete" ballast weights do a good job stabilizing the model, I decided not to risk it since the models is quite tall and has to be displayed outside of my cabinets as it doesn't fit.
The set-up is pretty straightforward and the lines come already reeved, and the only thing I noticed was that it was best to do some tread-chasing before final assembly because the treads on the mast sections had manufacturing residues. After that, assembly was pretty easy and the model gets a lot of oohs and aahs. The detail is as always incredible, plenty of cabling, photo-etch walkways, pulleys and all. Plastic is practically non-existing.
I have taken pictures of the model outdoors against a suitable background, and it is difficult to see it's a model. Now I only have to get me another flatbed trailer to pose the remaining sections of the mast.
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