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With the popularity of LEGO Modular sets with the LEGO Creator Detective’s Office (10246) becoming the latest set released this year, LEGO has announced that they are bringing back some of the more popular Modular sets including Cafe Corner (10182) and the Green Grocer (10185) with a new theme/subtheme called Revival. This weekend at LEGO Stores and [email protected], they’ll be selling the sets for a limited time for VIP members. The only catch is there’s no word on what the pricing for the two sets will be. Hopefully, they’ll be the same as before but considering inflation since they sets were first released, I bet they’ll be slightly higher than before.
Beautiful soft butterfly wings or bird wings available in many colours and designs. Lots of fun for your little one. The Butterfly Chiffon screen printed wings available in four solid colours: pink, purple, orange and red or in multi colours of Pink, royal blue, mauve or blue. https://www.specialcelebration.com.au/collections/butterfly Bird wings come in cockatoo, Harrier Hawk, King fisher, Lorikeet, Night Parrot, Pink and grey Gallah or Swamp Hen varieties. https://www.specialcelebrat
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Pegs – Pegs are small cylindrical pieces that latch into holes in beams. The two most common types of pegs are called connector pegs, which join two beams together. Black or blue connector pegs hold the two beams together stiffly, while grey or tan connector pegs form loose hinges. Pegs have also been seen in System sets.
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I haven’t bought anything from the bricklink vendors. I have been slowly sorting my Lego bricks and use the part and set catalogs at Bricklink to reference the part #s, colors, etc. so that I can put them into http://www.rebrickable.com (another site worth looking into).
We’d be silly to actually recommend you run out and buy the Lego Architecture Taj Mahal set if you’re looking for something to do in your spare time; the $3,300 asking price basically prices most out of the market entirely But if you have 3.5k to drop on a Lego kit, and you want to go all out, the Taj Mahal set is not just a limited-run series, it also features almost 6,000 pieces in the box. Sure, that isn’t a great price-to-piece ratio if you’re looking at products like the first two on our list, but the Lego Taj Mahal is one of the most magnificent sets we’ve ever laid eyes on. The set is huge, measuring at over 20 inches wide and 16 inches tall, and weighing fourteen pounds inside the box. Taj Mahal is the largest set ever designed and sold by Lego, and we think some Lego fans are willing to drop the $3,300 to get access to such a limited-run set. But for everyone else, you’re better off buying a cheaper, smaller set—especially since you could probably use $3,300 to plan an actual trip to the Taj Mahal in India.
Containing three fully furnished floors, the Pet Shop (set # 10218) differs from the others in the series in that it is actually two separate buildings side-by-side. On one side you have the pet shop with apartments above and on the other side there are additional apartments. These two modular sections can be kept together or scattered throughout the rest of your modular town. When separated, the two “sides” are each half of the width of a regular modular building so the difference adds variety to an otherwise similar street. This is a great one for any pet lover out there! I especially love the wall painter they have included who is “rehabbing” one of the apartments!
Lego’s Technic line is a series we haven’t mentioned in this list up to now, but it’s worth taking note of if you’re seriously into pneumatics and building what amount to movable puzzles. In addition to the standard Lego pieces that you expect from the block company, their Technic line—originally called Technical sets when it was created in 1977 before being renamed in 1984—utilizes a series of interconnecting plastic rods and parts to build vehicles and other movable machines that are really fun—and challenging—to create. If you’ve ever used a Mindstorms Robotic series, you’ll know what the Technic line is similar to, without the additional programming involved in robotics. This Mercedes-Benz Arocs set is one of the coolest kits we’ve ever seen: it features modular cylinders, valves, gears, and pumps, along with an engine and a power box to power the on-board crane that can reach up to 57cm in the air. Seriously, this thing is cool—and at $245, it isn’t cheap either. But the entire kit includes over 2,700 pieces, making it one of the largest and highest-detailed kids on our list. If you’re looking for something to experiment with, this Mercedes-Benz set will keep you challenged for weeks as you assemble and build a movable pneumatic structure.
If Amazon is able to bring in more set of this will be better for all other family yet to own it. The price from 3rd party seller are too high! At 149.99, this set will be a must to have for all lego modular fans..
Pantenkind, I do not think that the UCS would be anywhere near as popular right now if it HADN’T been discontinued. Part of it’s appeal now is that you cant just go and buy it and that the longer you leave it the more expensive it may get.
When the button is pressed the Batman logo is projected onto any surface while the other side is used for normal writing and drawing; a nice, ballpoint black ink pen. It may not be the best idea (or distraction) when it comes to school supplies, but it’s a great idea to encourage creativity and pretend play at home.
I have to totally disagree with the reviewer that said this set is way overpriced. Yes, this set is expensive but I think it is totally in line with what Lego prices are today. This is the biggest set I have gotten, its larger size justifies the $50 price increase from the other two Lego Modular Buildings I own, the LEGO Creator Fire Brigade 10197 and LEGO Creator Emporium 10211, which both MSRP at $150. The Town Hall has 2766 pieces and 8 minifigures, the Grand Emporium has 2182 pieces and 7 minifigures and the Fire Brigade has 2231 pieces and 4 minifigues, the Town Hall as almost 25% more pieces than the Brigade and but the price went up less than 25%.
However, I do have one other complaint about all the new sets…. too much gimmickry. All the old sets were just build up… now we have the SNOT techniquie in a dozen different variations, and a lot of building gimmicks that makes building without instructions totally impossible. You have to be spoon fed every step of the way in building these elaborate and large structures. And unfortunately… the end results have an unfortunately resemblance to the buildings you would see on the Disneyworld Main Street, rather than the small town Main Street…
Eh. their legos. What kid doesn’t like legos. If they don’t like legos take them to get help. Seriously, I played with legos as a kid. I bough these for my niece. The only problem with legos is the price. Maybe it’s the cost of oil which is the major component in plastic. What ever. The price is through the roof and in outer space for the most simple plastic snap together toy. I would definitely recommend this product.
Save the day with the LEGO City Coast Guard 4×4 and Diving Boat. Launch the boat, put on the diving gear and splash into the water. Use the megaphone to direct the diver as he makes the rescue. Then, radio back to shore with the walkie-talkie. Includes 2 minifigures: a driver and a rescue diver.
Commemorative box set with built-in Joker sound chip given away at the San Diego Comic Convention 2005 to announce the launch of the Batman range. Includes Batman and The Joker minifigures. Limited to 250 sets.
This set has now been retired by Lego. The box has never been opened with tape seals intact as shown. Features of the Lego 10211 Set Up on the roof are a billboard and skylight! Grand Emporium feature…
The point I was trying to make was the back in the Town Plan era you got more buildings for your money. Today each building is very pricey…. back then you practically got an entire town for the cost of a single building today. Just bad choice of words.
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I love this set. It is complex, intricate and something that kept me amazed for hours while building. With most LEGO sets I take away new, interesting building techniques. With this set I continually thought to myself – “how in the world did someone think of this??” It was a,axing with a ton of nice gear work. I wish there were a lot more set with this much detail and complexity for the adult builder.
As we mentioned up top, using Lego sets to connect with your kids as you build and assemble sets and series can be a ton of fun for both you and them. One major problem with our sets so far: some kids might just not be interested in cars or architecture. It’s only natural for children to grow into their own interests as they age, so if you want to try connecting with something almost every child loves at some point, you should try some of our Lego Star Wars sets we’ve collected within this list. The first of our three entries involves one of the most notable, important ships from the entire franchise: the Millennium Falcon. Han Solo’s classic light freighter was recreated when Star Wars: The Force Awakens came out, and this particular set includes figures for Han, Chewie, Rey, Finn, and everyone’s favorite droid, BB-8, plus a couple other characters you might remember from a fun scene within the film. The set’s a bit pricey at $117, but with over 1,300 pieces, it’ll keep you busy for hours to come. Bonus: if you can find it for a reasonable price online (read: under $1,000), the Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon was a limited-run item from a few years ago that was massive and came with over 5,000 pieces. It’s neat, but for the price, you’re better off with the cheaper model.
The TECHNIC theme is characterized by the presence of TECHNIC bricks, axles, gears, connector pegs, and many other parts rarely seen in typical LEGO System sets. TECHNIC is still currently an active theme, and is one of the longest-lasting themes in LEGO history.

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