Lego City Harbor -551pcs.

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Lego City Harbor -551pcs.

Lego City Harbor -551pcs.

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With that out of the way, I can congratulate you on a fantastic review - of a set that remains to be judged in a sensible way! Building Techniques: How much skill do you think the creator of this MOC has, in terms of building technique? The two levers only compound the problem; I was unable to get the levers into a position where Clive could hold them without disassembling the crane entirely. Back when I was nine or ten years old, I had a LEGO-themed birthday party, and my dad bought several of the then-current ThrowBots/Slizers sets for people to build for a disc-throwing competition.

a set I deeply regret missing out on - has a much larger, wider ship; a tall gantry crane with a longer reach; a container lorry, and a roadway likely to spared the threat of regular flooding.Now that I have an even better view of the entire set, I am more disappointed to see even more short-comings in this set This is coming from someone who have owned and reviewed the 1991 6542 set. Not even a coffee machine There's also no ladder or stairway to access the crane, requiring either the Hand of God or the magical gift of Levitation to allow Clive to do his job. Having missed out on the previous Harbour offerings, I was looking forward finally to getting my hands on LEGO's latest seaport diorama. Yes, the 2007 harbor is superior in a number of ways, which is quite ironic since it defies so many conventions AFOLs insist upon. Take a closer look at the tipper mechanism: this is comprised of some SNOT bricks attached via clips to the 4x6 plate with hinge pins introduced earlier; four SNOT brackets then attach the tipper.

With that said, the use of baseplates here doesn't strain my own suspension of disbelief too much, unlike in the case of this set where, instead of ground level and sea level being the same all across it, the baseplate has sea level at an incline. Join the LEGO City minifigures for some fishy adventures down at the harbour in this awesome activity book. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure and the brick and knob configurations are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site. The conveyor is held in place only by the two dark tan axles with stud towards the rear; these allow the whole conveyor to tilt backwards to about 90 degrees: an accident of design rather than functional feature I fear; I could see no use for this. floats your boat It's a singularly useless feature, unless you get bored in the bath, but woe betide anyone who tries to re-enact Titanic adventures with the stickers applied.

Looking beyond the size, the three main elements come together nicely, and form a colourful arrangement that does promise a load of fun play features, the centrepiece of which we'll look at presently. This makes it all the more satisfying to be owner, builder, planner and construction company in one person if your building project is made of Lego. I'm not sure what the clip in the centre is for; perhaps it allows attachment of a motor, however precariously ( and foolishly, since I'm sure LEGO motors aren't waterproof!

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. His favorites are Star Wars/Clone Wars, but the police/city/boat and Alien Conquest sets are close behind. Now that the whole set is assemebled, we can have a good look at the main play feature of the set in action. But this requires the jib to move into upright position, and doesn't allow that much room for big adult fingers to place Clive inside.You see, the motor that attaches at that point actually is waterproof and was specially-designed for LEGO boats (hence why most boat bases these days have that attachment point on the underside). Whenever I build modern sets I often find myself flipping a couple pages ahead between steps so that I can add more than 1-2 pieces. The LEGO Harbour/Harbor is a subtheme of City that was introduced in 2005, and was discontinued in late 2017 and focuses on seaside and ocean sets. I own the Intercoastal Seaport (this is my favorite piece for creating harbour docks) and the 2007 Harbour and the comparison is really inevitable. My 4 1/2 year old managed to put this together by himself with the clear instructions and loves the little beach buggy that is part of the set.

isn't inventoried on either Bricklink or Peeron yet, which makes it difficult to check things like this. LEGO, LEGOS, LEGOLAND, TECHNIC, and the LEGO logo are registered trademarks of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse this site. My sticker sheet came out of the box only slightly curved, which is a blessing as so far I've seen no sign of the 'cardboard backed' instructions and stickers promised this year.Their torsos aren't anything new, with the exception of Gerald's; his shirt and tie combo is supplemented by almost-invisible epaulettes and an anchor emblem to desginate his nautical role. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. I have a larger stack of manuals from the past 3 years of collecting than I do from the 20 years before that - simply because manuals are so much longer or else there are multiple ones.

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