These are the biggest tomatoes I think I've ever grown ie the fruit, not the plants themselves.
It's hard to get a good representation of it on the camera... but think roughly half the length of a Papermate pen for the biggest one of them
However... I prefer large cherry tomato size. You know, enough for one sandwich, or to put in lunchboxes (speaking of which must do the stainless lunchbox review soon), or to have a few as a snack, or when cut fit perfectly on 'crackers' with cheese... and they don't take anywhere near as long to get to full size and ripen. A quick crop.
Fruit is fruit though - I shall not whinge that they are growing so well! These ones self seeded and sprouted from whatever was in the compost. I think they're from the truss ones we get at the local market f&v shop. There is a LOT on one 'bunch' and they are big and heavy.
So we will just see if they get to ripened stage. With no chooks out the front I can really notice the 'bug control' difference, to the plants out the back. very much. Bring on the fence and somewhere to put a chook tractor out the front!