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Only number on the receipt was the UPC (673419231947) before anyone asks. It didn't ring up at first, so I had to go to CS where it rang up for $80.
This guy is great. Not sure I'd want to stump up £30 for the juniors set though.
The couple in their mid-30's was confused as to why the 20something was so excited.
As for that Juniors set with Gobby, will have to get one for the kids & either buy a second for me, or hunt down a loose mini-fig of him for my collection...
Here's the direct link for anyone interested:
Really hate how many of these sets have fairly generic ground vehicles. Would rather have pieces of ruined buildings(ironically this is why I was interested in the Hydra Fortress) than yet another jeep or truck.
The rest I will wait for sales or something.
Thinking I'm going to wait until I have $10 in rewards and go on a Thursday to get the TRU CC 10% off to get the quinjet. $80 for that set is pushing it.
BTW TRU has a $5 off $25 LEGO purchase coupon you can use for the next few days, you can find it at retailmenot or elsewhere online.
I want to add a Hulk Buster to my Iron Man lab/garage and won't probably buy it for a couple weeks...
1) What are the rough dimensions of the suit (in studs if possible). Don't really need to worry about height but I want to make sure I have enough horizontal space.
2) Do the legs of the suit bend so that it can be placed in a lower "sitting" position?
Since you know exactly which set interests you, couldn't you make a note of its price at [email protected] before going to TRU? Then if the price at TRU was hiked up, you wouldn't make the purchase.
Of course, if it's a major effort getting to TRU and you don't want to waste the time, my suggestion doesn't help. But I have the feeling, rightly or wrongly, that there is a certain amount of local input into what gets marked up at any particular TRU, just as there is at Target. So you might not be able to know for sure without going.
As far as sitting, it does have ball joints at the hips so it can bend, but not full on "sitting". More like lounge mode. :) Here are a couple of pics to give you an idea of the size and sitting position. Hope this helps.
I have about a 16x16 space to fit it in so it should work perfectly
As for the sitting, I was looking more for a powered down look. This looks more like its trying to have a really awkward tea party.
I'll stick to the standing position.