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This set marks the 10th Anniversary of the Modular building sets containing numerous “easter egg” references in use of brick elements, colors and architectural details to every Modular set released over the previous years.
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.
Gary (@istokg) you’re spot on about the gimmickry, but that’s part of the point with these sets. If you listen to designer Jamie Berard talking about the Modulars, it’s clear that one of the objectives is to employ novel building techniques and use pieces in unusual ways as much to teach AFOLs new ways of building as it is to “surprise and delight” us (as he himself says in one of his videos). It’s also a way of sneaking unusual colours back onto the palate in greater quantities – remember all that Sand Green in Green Grocer, Medium Blue in Market Street, and then there’s Sand Blue in Pet Shop. This is I believe very much a deliberate move to “delight” AFOLs. Finally, I would also challenge your assertion that they’re overpriced; in so much as ALL LEGO is expensive you’re correct, but compared with many other sets the parts to price ratio is a bit of a steal.
The LEGO Ninjago’s 70751 Temple of Airjitzu set is a highly detailed temple building with many surprises and features. It includes many delightful architectural features like Oriental–style decorated windows and sliding doors. The intricate wooden-frame-style walls of the nearby Blacksmiths. As… Continue Reading →
Interior details include a bedroom and kitchen, tables and a sofa. Mix and match the buildable modules and easily swap the window, door and other modular sections to customize the house with the new-f…
LEGO® Star Wars™ Darth Vader™ 75111 (NEW) Discontinued Lego for Star Wars fans. Measure 28.5cm height. PICK UP Only from: – Weekday from: Barangaroo/Wynard train Station – Weekend from: Macquarie shopping centre/Carlingford Court/Top Ryde shopping centres
As of 2005, Lego has begun to re-incorporate studded bricks back into the Technic line, which can be seen in sets such as 8421 (found on Peeron), Mobile Crane. However, studded bricks are used primarily as to mount front grills in vehicles while transparent plates are used for lights.
Currently, you can purchase the newest LEGO camping set (pickup and caravan, set 60182), which has a retail price of $29.99. You may even be able to find the new set at a price less than retail. My last image actually has this set right next to the new LEGO set (60182) for comparison.
Then one day one of my friends recommended a “natural remedy” doctor. ‘Oh great!’ I thought. A witch doctor who’s going to put some fake voodoo hex on my feet and tell me it hurts. No thanks. I’d rather go to a regular doctor who will hurt me the old fashioned way. But I decided to give it a try.
TECHNIC Figures were a form of minifigure that were used in some TECHNIC sets ranging from the mid 1980’s to 2001. They mainly appear in the Arctic Action and Competition themes. TECHNIC figures were much larger than conventional minifigures, and had more joints. These were similar to Belville Figures.
Hi there, up for sale is for 1 Lego Batman Break-in 70909 and Bat-Shuttle 70923. Both sets was built once by an adult collector, not all mini figures are included (only the ones pictured). Comes with …
I’ll be bricklinking all 6 of the retired modulars: CC, GG, FB, GE, and MS. I don’t mind swapping the high dollar parts out for cheaper ones, as these are more for display and I don’t plan to resell them. I’ve found a couple good resources for subbing the parts: here, here, and here.
The tenth modular building emerged in January 2015 in the form of 10246 Detective’s Office. Comprised of a pool hall, detective’s office, and barber shop, this set features an entire backstory based around ‘cookie smuggling’.
Flex-hoses aren’t actually considered pneumatic pieces; they were designed as part of the Technic system for a different purpose, but Lego fans have discovered that pneumatic tubing actually fits over flex hoses pretty well, so many people use them as tubing extenders whenever they are needed. Flex hoses are more rigid than tubing.
The DC Collectibles Batman: Arkham Knight Action Figure is based on the designs of the hit Warner Brothers Interactive/Rocksteady video game. Perfect for the older kids to add to their collection, it stands at 6.75” and it’s highly detailed to suit the wants of super fans.
Early TECHNIC motors used the standard 4.5V system, interchangeable with the Trains theme and consisted of a large brick with a small protruding axle. When the motor is activated, the axle rotates. From 1990 onward, this was changed to the 9V system in line with other LEGO themes. The output rotation has a high RPM, but low torque, so it cannot be used to turn heavy objects without additional gears. Later motors contained a hole into which an axle of any length can be inserted.

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