The LEGO Speed Champions 76917 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 was revealed a month ago, I shared my detailed preview about it back then with a great presentation of Chris Stamp, the lead designer of Speed Champions. Now here’s the real deal, and I can show you all the tricky building details of this amazing set:
The LEGO Technic 42151 Bugatti Bolide set is expected to be released on January 1st 2023. You could already see my detailed preview, this time I show you the whole building process with all the details, the new parts, and some quite interesting theories about this set.
The LEGO City60336 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:
The LEGO Icons 10311 Orchid set is part of LEGO’s Botanical Collection, it’s an amazingly realistic build with many surprising details, it is full of Technic elements and Demogorgon heads as well! Check out my detailed building review:
You can buy the set now with 26% discount – amazon.de
The LEGO Icons 10497 Galaxy Explorer is an amazing nostalgic set for the Classic Space fans, and it even gets better! Building instructions are published today for 2 alternate versions, recreating the 924 Space Transporter and the 918 One Man Spaceship sets. Here is my detailed building review of both:
Click here for the building instructions of the alternate models.
Finally here it is, my detailed building review of the LEGO Technic 42145 Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter! You can see all the details about the amazing control mechanisms, all the features, and there’s even a surprising guest appearance in the video 🙂
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?
This is my detailed building review of the LEGO Icons 10497 Galaxy Explorer set. Celebrating the 90th anniversary of LEGO, this is 100% pure nostalgia for the Classic Space fans, this set recreates the 497 Galaxy Explorer or 928 Space Cruiser and Moonbase sets from 1979 in a much bigger and more detailed format:
The release date is August 1st, the price is 99,99 EUR / 99.99 USD / $179.99 AUD / 89.99 GBP
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