Claas Lexion 780 Terra Trac Combine harvester
Model year 2014 Lexion 780, Claas’ biggest combine to date and its second class 10 model. A 16L Mercedes-Benz engine peaks out at 590 hp to provide power to the largest crop headers on the market. Kollmeyer demonstrates the third-generation Terra Trac track system, which provides stability on hills, and Auto Contour, a feature that keeps the corn heard close to the ground by automatically adjusting to ground contours.
– doors can be opened
– Ackerman steering with pendulum compensation (direct steering drive with red handle)
– drawbar coupling
– Grain tank with “self-folding”” covers can be opened”
– Grain tank emptied via drain tube and manual spindle drive (red handle), spindle detachable for cleaning
– Cutting unit with level compensation includes pendulum suspension and is detachable
– rotating handle for steering
– Cutting unit features: reel and centring screw powered by friction drive
– Compatible with figure
– WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard – small parts.
– Recommended age: suitable from 4 years upwards for playing indoors and outdoors
– manufactured from high-quality plastics such as ABS
– Made in Germany
– Scale 1:16
The Claas Lexion 780 Terra Trac combine harvester by BRUDER Spielwaren is very true to detail. Its large number of functions, size and workmanship are also astonishing.
The caterpillar tracks are of particular note. TERRA TRAC an innovative development by the company Claas. Today’s mega harvesting machines are so powerful and heavy that these innovative developments are required to spread the pressure and take good care of the ground. This also increases the efficiency whilst harvesting because resistance is decreased and slipping is less frequent. BRUDER is the world’s first company to bring a fully functional TERRA TRAC track model onto the market with robust belts in a scale of 1:16.
The easy-to-handle steering makes it easy for little hands to manoeuvre the big model. The cutting unit can also be used off-road and has an automatic level control. After the work is complete, it can be suspended from the drawbar coupling of the combine harvester using a cutting unit carriage. The reel driven by a friction drive and the fillable grain tank emptied through the drain tube via a manual spindle drive are other special features that can be played with. Therefore, there is virtually nothing you cannot do when playing out the work processes of a real combine harvester. The openable door and the driver’s cab are perfectly suited to the bworld figure (not supplied), and numerous flaps and possible adjustments round off the fun.
(Source – http://www.bruder.de/en/germany/sortiment/sortiment-und-serien/profi-serie/landwirtschaft/?tx_sortiment_pi1%5bartnr%5d=02119&tx_sortiment_pi1%5baction%5d=details)