I receive tons of comments asking about sets worth to buy, which ones are likely to be retired soon and whether I know about any good deals. I decided to make this video and also share a list of sets that are expected to be retired, and also some good deals I found recently. Here’s the video first:
I’m sure you saw my detailed building review, the 10+1 things you didn’t know about the set & the shorter Tinic version, now here’s your chance to buy the LEGO 10294 Titanic set! If you missed any of these videos, I embedded them at the end of the post. Here are the links:
We’ve been waiting for so long to get this set, but finally it’s here – the LEGO Ideas 21330 Home Alone! 3955 pieces of McCallister action, fully packed with nostalgia! It has tons of details, references and Easter eggs, let’s take a look at them in my detailed preview video:
The price: €249.99 / $249.99 / £249.99/ 399.99 AUD/349.99 CAD
It will be available from LEGO.com/HomeAlone and LEGO Stores from 1st November, 2021
The LEGO 76240 LEGO® DC Batman Batmobile Tumbler is the new version of the original 76023 Tumbler from 2014. Is this a just a slightly updated version or does it have real improvements? And how do they compare to the minifig-scale 76239 LEGO DC Batman Batmobile Tumbler: Scarecrow Showdown set? You can find out in this video!
The LEGO 10294 Titanic is a fantastic replica of the most famous ship of all time, the RMS Titanic. As one of the longest and largest LEGO models to date, it has 9090 pieces and it is 135 cm long. Here is my detailed building review of the set:
The set will be available for pre-order from 1st November and general sale from 8th November – lego.com US / lego.com UK
The price is : €629.99 / $629.99 / £569.99/ 999.99 AUD/799.99 CAD
After the review here are 10+1 things that you didn’t know about the LEGO 10294 Titanic set! Weight? Exact dimensions? Shortest shelf required? How does it look like next to the Saturn V? Most importantly, DOES IT FIT ON THE CAR TRANSPORTER?
Here is the third part of my LEGO Technic 42131 CAT D11 Bulldozer review. I thought it would be nice to compare it with two other LEGO Technic bulldozers, the classic 8275 Bulldozer which was the first Power Functions set ever and was also designed by Markus Kossmann, and a custom B model of 42100, the Liebherr PR 776 Dozer designed by Eric Trax!
According to some news sites the 42100 Liebherr R 9800 Excavator will retire by the end of this year, so it’s a good opportunity to buy it as it has tons of interesting alternative models besides the great dozer shown in the video. Here are a few sources to buy the set:
One of the most frequent complaints about the Powered Up system is the need to have a smart device constantly for control, and you can only use touch controls with the official Control+ app. Even if you change touch control for the remote, you still need to run the Powered Up app all the time.
Here comes Pybricks – a custom coding environment for Powered Up devices that allows you to run code on the hub itself. Sounds complicated? It isn’t, no coding required to give it a try! Here are all the details in my video:
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