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* Double Sighs.. but i suppose a $130 set for a first wave was not bad . I am sure if TLG were to make one now instead of then, after seeing on the whole successful sales for the theme we may well have had our bigger better bolder 2200-2700 bits Helm's Deep .
I would however disagree that the present one is Kiddie , I think its a very decent representation albeit not complete . Like many i bought two and + 2 Urak Hai sets and hope one day il begin the HD double up treatment project which would be about 3300 pieces if i can use them all .
" The battle of Helm's Deep is over; the battle for Middle Earth is about to begin" .
Thus, it makes the point that 2,700 parts is where it should have been. :)
They were all relatively short lived sets and released in 09 and after
I think alot of people perceive the big sets of 07/09 to be "better" than sets of today because of the huge aftermarket price they have now.
The calendar is only comfirming there appearance, as i believe that is the original figure sdcc 2011. Along with batman,wonder woman and the flash all set to support emmet
For Technic it's not the Cargo Plane (it's more like green service truck)! :D
There are rumors that flagship will be VOLVO L350F licence (Power Functions).
AND... 42030 box weight: 3.290g.
* It's look like it will come with Unimog tires.
I'm really surprised there has not been a really large dump truck in Technic, I know there have been ones that are close, but none like the large strip mining vehicles out there. I mean you could have it go forware and reverse and tilt the dumper and also make it to scale with the front loaders and Motorized Excavators
This did really confuse me in uni (in the UK), as mostly I do it the "North American" way, but for quants and stats I had a Belgian tutor who did it the EU way. My tutorial work was a mess, I assure you!
* To tell how sorry I am, I can also add that Arctic sets look COOL. Camp is orange, it's modern looking. There are also new polar bears (it could be these brown from forest police). There are also husky breed as dog sledding.
Back to Volvo:
2 x L, 1 x XL, 1 x servo, 2 x IR, 2 x pilot, 1 battery box.
Being Spanish-American, there is just one thing I haven't been able to deal with.
I do ok with gallons/inches/pounds/miles/feet and all the other nonsensical measures. However, the one that I can't get used to is putting the month before the day. Always gets me.
But I guess something had to be Lost in Translation. :-)
Didn't the threshold used to be £20 to get these gifts, and wasn't it a 3 days of gifts thing previously? I wonder whether you have to spend £50 to get the Lego store kit (assuming that is still a freebie).