Eduard 1/72 Bf 110E Weekend Edition (7464)

This review is dedicated to Eduard 1/72 Bf 110E Weekend Edition (7464). It is not difficult to guess that the new release is based on the well-known plastic in small scale. Moreover, this original kit proved to be a nice offer in popular sizing, so there is no wonder that we see another boxing with different markings. Packaging is typical for Eduard, all parts are securely packed into several bags. Let's open them and take a closer look together.
By the way, here you can read review with German aircraft in bigger scale.
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Watch this video-review where I show all parts even closer.

We are going to start with large frame which carries fuselage parts. Of course, both halves are molded without tail fin and nose section. External features include recessed panel lines and looks nice.

Wing should be glued out of three panels. Note that flaps are molded in, while ailerons are separate.

Each engine gondola should be glued out of two halves. There are guiding pins inside which should help you with this process.

Another fuselage half, be careful and use the right part for E-version. One-piece propeller is a good thing as such part will be easy to install.

Each landing gear wheel should be glued out of two halves. You can also buy resin replacement from Eduard.

As you remember, tail surfaces are molded separately. Here you can see tailwing for this aircraft.

Another fuselage half and large one-piece underfuselage fuel tank. Attachment points are thin on all parts, so it should be easy to get parts separated.

Clear frame is packed into separate plastic bag. Molding quality looks great, but there are no masks as this is a Weekend Edition kit.

Both decals sheets are printed in Eduard, so quality is excellent. It is also good that manufacturer included some cockpit decals. You can see all markings on the photo below.

Assembly manual is typical for this brand. I show all pages in the video-review.

New kit should be already available for purchase. In my opinion it is an excellent choice for those modelers who somehow missed the initial release, but still want to build a heavy German aircraft. Original plastic proved to be absolutely great, and there is also a huge choice of original accessories. The only thing that is worth mentioning - such kit is definitely not for beginners, as the size and configuration will have their demands to your skills.
Get this and other kits on official Eduard website.


  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • Good decals for 4 markings


  • No masks included

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