The LEGO City 60336 Freight Train is one of the two new Powered Up train sets for 2022, released 4 years after the previous generation. I show you all the details in the video, and also how to upgrade it with a light:
This is my detailed building review of the LEGO Icons 10305 Lion Knights’ castle set. A truly massive build with 4514 pieces, but for 400 USD / 400 EUR / 350 GBP / 600 AUD is it really the best way to celebrate LEGO’s 90th anniversary?
Last year I showed you a promo photo of the Zetros that had a weird Technic hub with screws instead of the snap-on lid. That time we received no explanation about it, but the mysterious new hub suddenly appeared in all building instructions, and the Zetros has even more changes!
You can access the old building instructions of the 42129 Mercedes-Benz Zetros set here for comparison.
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:
The new LEGO Powered Up system has its benefits, but it has a new connector type so it is not compatible with the Power Functions parts. LEGO did not give us yet a converted cable, and there’s no extension cable either. PV Productions offers both of them, so let’s take a closer look!
The LEGO Technic 42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey set was cancelled because of its military relations, but as it was discovered soon it has another dark secret. It seems to destroy quickly some of its internal gears even when operated normally. How and why does it happen? Can it be fixed? Check out all the details in this video!
The LEGO Technic 42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey was the most waited set of 2020, but unfortunately LEGO decided to cancel the release and only a handful of sets reached the stores. I managed to get one with the help of the amazing guys over at the Moscow Technic Crew RLUG, so you can watch the detailed building walkthrough and feature review video:
Here is my detailed building review of the LEGO Technic 42114 6×6 Volvo Articulated Hauler. Please note that the Control+ profile used in the video is still a beta version, I’ll do a separate presentation of the functions once the update is released officialy:
This Easter is very different from the previous ones, we are advised to stay home, can’t visit our friends and family, so you’ll probably do what I do – spend these days indoors. I wanted to create something that makes this isolation a bit easier, but I did not create building instructions this time since getting LEGO parts might be challenging nowadays.
So this is it, my coloring and activity book! Most of my remote control modifications are waiting there to be colored, and there are a few little games that you can enjoy. The book is not only for kids, I hope everyone will enjoy spending some time with it!
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