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5001925 Horizon Express Kit!

paul_mertonpaul_merton Member Posts: 2,967
Just noticed this new set on 5001925 Horizon Express Kit
I wasn't expecting that!


From the description:

Power down the rails with a super-charged Horizon Express!

Speed down the track in the motorized LEGO® Horizon Express! This highly detailed LEGO interpretation of a modern, high-speed electric passenger train just got better with the addition of 6 LEGO Power Functions accessories! This kit includes the Horizon Express train and everything you need to add bright LED headlights, rechargeable batteries with charger, an electric motor, infrared remote control and infrared receiver.

The detailed body features black train windows, LEGO brick-built chevron detailing, extendable pantographs, printed windscreen and brick-built doors. Remove the roof to play inside of the 2 detailed passenger cars! Control the whole train with the front engine car, control panel and brick-built electrical box! Then take to the tracks in luxury with the first-class car seats, luggage, newspapers, computer screen and even a bathroom with sliding door! The rear car features a bar with hinged counter, tables and seats for the passengers, a coffee machine, cups and bottles. Includes 6 minifigures: train engineer, train steward and 4 passengers

• Features 10233 Horizon Express and LEGO® Power Functions accessories: 8878 Rechargeable Battery Box, 8887 Transformer 10V DC, 8884 IR Receiver, 8879 IR Speed Remote Control, 88002 Train Motor and 8870 Lights
• Includes 6 minifigures: female train engineer, male train steward, 2 female passengers and 2 male passengers
• Horizon Express includes 3 train cars, detailed engine room, printed windscreen, black train windows, LEGO brick-built chevron detailing, extendable pantographs, seats, a bathroom with sliding door, bar with hinged counter and tables with seats
• Accessories include luggage, newspapers, computer screen, coffee machine, cups and bottle
• Power Functions accessories enhance your train experience with bright headlights, wireless remote speed and direction control and rechargeable batteries
• Take your LEGO train collection to the next level!
• Train measures 31" (79cm) long


  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,331
    Yep, noticed it in sales and deals this morning. Haven't bothered working out the actual value, but would seem better to just buy the HE and then a passenger train even when not reduced. I know it doesn't have the rechargable battery, but even so.
  • paul_mertonpaul_merton Member Posts: 2,967
    It seems that buying the cheap red passenger train last year was a good move after all :)
  • brclark82brclark82 Member Posts: 217
    I can't find it can you provide a link? Cost separately $253.43, how much was it?
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,331
    edited March 2013
    Not avialble in the US - in the UK its £174 - down from £183 (which is the price if you bought them separately)
  • rchaddrchadd Member Posts: 187
    lego trains are so expensive - no track included?
  • DiggydoesDiggydoes Member Posts: 1,079
    Being a absolutely Noob when it comes to Trains i'm shocked that these PF are THAT expensive!!! Glad i've bought a passenger Train couple of month ago when it was about 60€ at Amazon :)
  • hleonffuhleonffu Member Posts: 247
    The main reason why LEGO's combination is so expensive is that they are including the 8878 (Li-on rechargeable battery) and 8887 (charger). For the cost of the battery alone, at least in US, you can purchase 8884, 8879, 8870 and 88002 (rest of the train components). An alternative for the 8878 battery is to use the 88000 battery pack and rechargeable AAA batteries.

    Buying another train set will also reduce your cost and adds more parts - think tracks.

    I can tell you, that using the rechargeable battery is easier so that you do not have to take the train appart to change batteries.
  • JBricks27JBricks27 Member Posts: 678
    Sounds like they're trying to clear some stock of the rechargeable batteries by offering this bundle.
  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas Member Posts: 8,404
    We have 3 motorized trains, Yellow Cargo, Red Passenger, and Emerald Night. All three have the rechargeable battery pack.

    Worth every single penny. :) Taking them apart to change batteries is just nuts, the cost of AA batteries isn't free, and plugging them into the wall, they run all day.
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    I have one rechargeable unit, but find it a real pain since it always seems to be flat when I want to use it. Rechargeable AAAs means you can keep it running while the dead ones charge. It's easy enough to add tiles to the bottom of the battery compartment so it's easy to get the box in and out and design the top so it flips off easily (like HE already does) or stays attached (like the EN coal).
  • hleonffuhleonffu Member Posts: 247
    Took advantage of recent TRU BOGO to purchase the rechargeable battery. 2 for $75USD. These come in handy during our LUG displays.
  • BrickarmorBrickarmor Member Posts: 1,258
    A stray Red Cargo train just showed up at my TRU. Still hard to spring for it at RRP, even with all the goodies.
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