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?
Last year we were a bit worried about the Speed Champions line as there were no news about the upcoming sets, but now the full 2021 range is revealed! They will be available from the 1st of June (might depend on the region).
Here are all my detailed reviews about these fantastic new sets. The first one has the following cars:
While we are waiting for the 2020 August Technic sets to arrive, Andrej joined us today to share a review with you about a classic set. Hope you’ll enjoy this article, if you would like to read similar reviews then make sure to check out his blog!
This is an article about the classic 8443 LEGO set of a forest tractor released originally back in 1996 towards the end of the studded Technic era. We can see a very nice design with a lot of red parts, 6 wheels and a grappling arm.
50 years ago humans landed on the Moon for the first time on the 20th of July, 1969. LEGO is celebrating the 50th anniversary with the fantastic LEGO Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander set.
Unboxing, Speed build and detailed review about the LEGO Technic 42099 4X4 X-treme Off-Roader set. This is the first Technic set to include the new Control+ hub and the L and XL motors, we’ll check all of them in details and also compare the performance of the set to the 9398 / 41999 Crawler!
Update – I created a page dedicated to Powered Up where you can see all the information I collected in one place – click here.
Last year we saw the first sets appearing with the new Powered Up components expected to replace Power Functions, we have Boost as well belonging to the same ecosystem. As you’ll be able to buy most of these components separately at shop.lego.com soon I took a look what we have at the moment, how they work with each other, are there any alternatives to have a wider range of control options (sure!) and what I am expecting to see in the future. Let’s check the video:
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