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
I know, I know, I should be working on the reviews for the new Technic sets right now, but I stumbled upon something that I had to share with you. A quick disclaimer – this is not a rumor, or any insider information from LEGO, I found something that is available to the public and everything else is my own speculation and opinion. Now let the investigation begin!
The LEGO LEGO NASA 10283 Space Shuttle Discovery set was unveiled today by LEGO, and I have to say this is truly a fantastic one! It features the Space Shuttle Discovery performing the STS-31 mission, including a detailed replica of the Hubble Space Telescope!
The set will be available from the 1st of April 2021, the price is 179,99 EUR/199,99 USD/169.99 GBP
In the video you can see the following details:
Box front and back
Exterior and interior details of the LEGO Space Shuttle Discovery and the Hubble Space Telescope
Working functions of the set
Comparison with the real Space Shuttle Discovery that is currently on display in the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Details about the interview with former NASA astronaut Dr. Kathy Sullivan who was a member of the STS-31 mission
Back in January after the Nuremberg Toy Fair we already knew some details about the 2020 summer wave of the LEGO Technic sets. We had to wait another 6 months to have official images about them, they first appeared in the LEGO 2HY catalog and a few days later additional official images were posted by some retailers. Here is the video I made about the sets based on the photos in the catalog:
Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the LEGO Technic Fast & Furious car you’ve been waiting for, the 42111 set is Dom’s Dodge Charger! It has 1077 pieces, it can be preordered on lego.com from today for 99,99€ / $99.99 and it’ll be available for purchase elsewhere from the 27th of April 2020.
Here is my detailed preview of the set based on the press photos:
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