If that's the case the hydradig is to big to be a replacement for a 3cxI think the hydradig is a great concept but which has a very limited market. Jcb made their name and grew to the business they are almost entirely off the back of the 3cx. In recent years the 3cx have continued to decline mainly due to the 6 to 8 ton 360 popularity. They do imho have themselves partly to blame though, I would still have a 3cx if they weren't such an oncost due to reliability/poor build quality. The hydradig is the attempt to get this lost market share back with a new idea. Trouble is they are more tool carrier than digger and the uk market doesn't really you utilise that kind of machine especially at the price of a hydradig.
Does anyone know the price of the pot hole pro yet, I bet its easy over 100k
Tbh 3cx are to big now
Road works are so restricted a 2 cx would be a better bet nowadays or even the skid steer one on some sites
Tbh for the work we do the concept of a hydradig is awesome but it would just be to big to work in a single carriageway
I'm surprised they haven't bought out more models yet
A 5t one would be awesome for highway work
Especially if they did a 50 or 60k version