Technic lego

Technic lego

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Funk

22,918 posts

175 months

Friday 30th April
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Welshbeef said:
Funk said:
Looks like it's already back up to £229.
https://www.costco.co.uk/Toys-Baby-Child/Toys-Games/Construction-Toys/LEGO-Technic-Lamborghini-Sian-FKP-37-Model-42115-18-Years/p/333581
I don't have a Costco account or one near me. Also says it's out of stock anyway on that link.

tedblog

1,301 posts

46 months

Friday 30th April
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Snooze you lose by the look.of it

The Brummie

8,782 posts

153 months

Friday 30th April
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Welshbeef said:
Lego 42125 is down to £144.99 a stunning price get it while you can.
It is the worst Technic kit I have ever built. Just awful. And looks even worse with the stickers.

Only way it would be a stunning price would be if it was on sale for less than £100.00!!!

Every day a journey

577 posts

4 months

Friday 30th April
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The Brummie said:
Welshbeef said:
Lego 42125 is down to £144.99 a stunning price get it while you can.
It is the worst Technic kit I have ever built. Just awful. And looks even worse with the stickers.

Only way it would be a stunning price would be if it was on sale for less than £100.00!!!
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.

Probably why I've never been bothered with it.

wolfie28

318 posts

110 months

Monday 3rd May
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Every day a journey said:
The Brummie said:
Welshbeef said:
Lego 42125 is down to £144.99 a stunning price get it while you can.
It is the worst Technic kit I have ever built. Just awful. And looks even worse with the stickers.

Only way it would be a stunning price would be if it was on sale for less than £100.00!!!
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.

Probably why I've never been bothered with it.
I quite liked the build and think it looks ok. Got it for £104 on Amazon. Said it before on Amazon pricing, changes by the hour sometimes.

eccles

12,215 posts

188 months

Monday 3rd May
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Every day a journey said:
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.
To be fair that could be said about pretty much every Lego model!

ecsrobin

12,900 posts

131 months

Monday 3rd May
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eccles said:
Every day a journey said:
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.
To be fair that could be said about pretty much every Lego model!
Really???

Narcisus

6,183 posts

246 months

Monday 3rd May
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ecsrobin said:
eccles said:
Every day a journey said:
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.
To be fair that could be said about pretty much every Lego model!
Really???
^ This biggrin

Getragdogleg

7,032 posts

149 months

Monday 3rd May
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Narcisus said:
ecsrobin said:
eccles said:
Every day a journey said:
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.
To be fair that could be said about pretty much every Lego model!
Really???
^ This biggrin

*cough*

Mack Anthem.

Every day a journey

577 posts

4 months

Monday 3rd May
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Getragdogleg said:
Narcisus said:
ecsrobin said:
eccles said:
Every day a journey said:
For a big build it looks absolutely nothing like the subject.
To be fair that could be said about pretty much every Lego model!
Really???
^ This biggrin

*cough*

Mack Anthem.
Errrrrrr....






Welshbeef

44,348 posts

164 months

Tuesday 4th May
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Every day a journey said:
Errrrrrr....





£500 value there - eBay now/flip to buy next sets?

Welshbeef

44,348 posts

164 months

Funk

22,918 posts

175 months

Tuesday 4th May
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Right - please can we make it a rule that the NAME of the model is mentioned in the post with the #number being optional rather than the other way around?

Ta.

ecsrobin

12,900 posts

131 months

Tuesday 4th May
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Funk said:
Right - please can we make it a rule that the NAME of the model is mentioned in the post with the #number being optional rather than the other way around?

Ta.
+1

Bobberoo

23,400 posts

64 months

Tuesday 4th May
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ecsrobin said:
Funk said:
Right - please can we make it a rule that the NAME of the model is mentioned in the post with the #number being optional rather than the other way around?

Ta.
+1
+2

ecsrobin

12,900 posts

131 months

Tuesday 4th May
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Bobberoo said:
ecsrobin said:
Funk said:
Right - please can we make it a rule that the NAME of the model is mentioned in the post with the #number being optional rather than the other way around?

Ta.
+1
+2
+42100

Funk

22,918 posts

175 months

Tuesday 4th May
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In which case, motion carried.

Not mentioning the model name henceforth will be considered a hanging offence.


biggrin

Every day a journey

577 posts

4 months

Tuesday 4th May
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ecsrobin said:
Bobberoo said:
ecsrobin said:
Funk said:
Right - please can we make it a rule that the NAME of the model is mentioned in the post with the #number being optional rather than the other way around?

Ta.
+1
+2
+42100
laughlaughlaugh

goforbroke

925 posts

184 months

Tuesday 4th May
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Anyone after a Claas Xerion 5000 (42054)? PM me if you are.

Crasher242

171 posts

33 months

Monday 10th May
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This is what i completed at the weekend - its taken me a while as i have only had the odd hour or two to have a go at it over the last few months...





I found the build challenging. The MOC instructions were very detailed, however there were several points where it was difficult to precisely work out what went where etc.
The rear, in particular, I had issues with and even had to deviate from the instructions just to get part of the assembly to go together.

In terms of the model overall, it isn't as sturdy as i was expecting (i have the Bugatti and that is solid) - it is not as fragile as, say, the Cateram, but you do have to take care when picking it up/moving it.

Now that i have completed it, i'm not 100% sure i really like it, which is a shame as I had been looking forward (for some time) to completing it.
I'm tempted to dismantle it now, and then rebuild the Porche