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Deere E360 LC Excavator

Maker:  Sunraise
Model No:  -
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  October 2019

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Cranes Etc Model Rating
Packaging   (max 10) 6
Detail   (max 30) 21
Features   (max 20) 15
Quality   (max 25) 20
Price   (max 15) 11
Overall   (max 100) 73%


Deere E360 LC Excavator Video.  [Youku Video]
Deere branded box.
Big John Deere logos.
Graphics on the track frame.
Decent hydraulics detailing. Handrails are too thick.
Nice bucket is not removable.
Maximum digging depth is a bit shallow.
Overall look is good.
Looks good as a load.

The Deere E360 LC Excavator has an operating weight of around 36 tonnes.


The model comes in a Deere branded box.  Inside the box, the model is held in place by twist ties. 

The review model had no defects or missing parts.

No information is provided about the real machine. 


Looking underneath, there is little detail with a plastic base plate on the undercarriage, but the underside of the body has some panels detailed in the casting.  The track frames have graphics to add detail, but there are no working rollers.   The tracks are metal with detailed pads.

Outside the operator's cab the mirror and grab rails are plastic but they are a little too thick for the scale.  The interior detail is good.

Behind the cab the grilles are formed by graphics, and there are small warning signs on the counterweight.

On the side there are plastic hand rails and mirrors but again they are too thick.  The engine cover has textured surfaces and hydraulic hoses run to the slewing motor in the centre.  

The boom has hydraulic hoses running to it from inside the body, and the boom top has pipes modelled within the casting.  Some hydraulic hose connectors are modelled.  The ram jackets are plastic and the connection pins are small.

The bucket has detailing within the casting and large silver headed rivets connect it to the stick.


The tracks are tensioned by spring-loaded idlers and they turn easily enough by hand, and roll on a rough surface.

Rotation of the body is very smooth with no rocking.

The boom, stick and bucket have a good range of movement, although digging at depth is restricted.  The rams are stiff and will hold any pose.


This is a solidly made model with a quality feel.

The paintwork and graphics are very good.


It is understood to be reasonably priced.


This is a decent model Doosan e360, and it poses well with other models.


It was released in Q3 2019.
Parked up.
Profile view.
Plastic baseplate with detailing underneath the body.
Cab has thick grab rail.
Connectors on the hose.
Loading a tipper.
Loading a crusher.
On the road.