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Prováděj záchranné operace s Terénním odtahovým vozem 6x6 na dálkové ovládání. Tento autentický model 2 v 1 od LEGO® Technic je vyroben v barevné kombinaci modré, červené, žluté a černé a obsahuje velké robustní pneumatiky, masivní ochrannou čelní masku s řetězem a hákem, pohyblivá světla a kabinu řidiče s množstvím detailů a otevíracími dveřmi. Funkce dálkového ovládání zahrnují pohyb vpřed a vzad, přední řízení, výsuvné vzpěry a fungující jeřáb s navijákem. Tento model lze přestavět na Průzkumné vozidlo a užít si tak dvojnásobný zážitek z hraní a stavění!
Součástí sady je motorová sada LEGO® Power Functions - velký motor, střední motor, box na baterie, přijímač a ovladač pro řadu dálkově ovládaných funkcí, včetně pohybu vpřed a vzad, předního řízení, vysunovatelných vzpěr a funkčního jeřábu s navijákem.
Dále obsahuje velké robustní pneumatiky, masivní ochrannou čelní masku s řetězem a hákem, pohyblivá světla a kabinu řidiče s množstvím detailů a otevíracími dveřmi.
Prohlédni si barevnou kombinaci pulzující modré, červené, žluté a černé.
Aktivuj motorovou sadu LEGO® Power Functions a pomocí dálkového ovladače manévruj s vozidlem, roztáhni vzpěry, otáčej se a zvedej a spouštěj jeřáb i naviják.
Součástí tohoto modelu je unikátně zdobená kostka LEGO® Technic ke 40. výročí.
Tento model LEGO® Technic je navržen tak, aby poskytl úžasné stavitelské zážitky.
Konstruováno pouze pro používání v interiéru.
Tento produkt vyžaduje baterie (nejsou součástí balení). Podívej se prosím na obal výrobku pro identifikaci typu a počtu baterií.
Model 2 v 1 je možné přestavět na Průzkumné vozidlo.
Terénní odtahový vůz 6x6 se zvednutým ramenem a roztaženými opěrami měří přes 51 cm na výšku, 63 cm na délku a 37 cm na šířku a 26 cm na výšku a 20 cm na šířku se staženým ramenem a zataženými opěrami.
Průzkumné vozidlo měří přes 23 cm na výšku, 47 cm na délku a 23 cm na šířku.
Terénní odtahový vůz 6x6 is rated
3.7 out of
Rated 1 out of
A disappointing flagship modelAs the 40th anniversary of Lego Technic, many fans have been anticipating the flagship set to be a special model, but we end up getting a highly disappointing model.
Before I go on to list the negatives I would like to note a few positive aspects of this set so it does not appear i'm hating on this set.
-After the build I was actually surprised on the size of the set. It's size by no means equals or surpasses that of the 42055 Bucket wheel excavator, but for the small piece count is pretty sizable.
-The outriggers on the sides and back are very effective and cool looking.
-Six huge wheels
-Partially remote controlled
Now on to the negatives...
- Only partially remote controlled. One IR receiver, remote, battery box, and 2 motors, which alone costs under $50 somehow adds over $100 to the set. (If going by the average10 cents per piece)
- If you just want this for the wheels, but the 42054 tractor set, it has four of them for a much better price.
- The crane in back of the truck is disappointingly small and the set contains no cargo.
-The set includes a new shade of blue, the third new shade of light in technic three years straight making it hard for us collectors.
-Looks crude and unfinished, especially the cargo bed seeing that there are holes everywhere in it. It looks very ugly.
-Only has a V4 engine for a massive truck.42050 drag racer has a V8 engine and costs five times less! Not saying that I won't more engine pieces, but it just doesn't make sense.
-Doesn't work well outside in bumpy areas, it gets stuck to easily and the remote can't be more than five feet away from the model.
-The B-model manages to be even worse
A very disappointing model especially for the flagship model of the 40th anniversary of Technic and extremely overpriced for no apparent reason. Below I am comparing this model with some previous models, sets that are cheaper and more well worth your money
42070 Tow Truck: 1862 pieces, $289.99 (USD)
conclusion: 15.5 cents per piece horribly overpriced
42069 Extreme Adventure: 2382 pieces, $179.99
conclusion: This set is a more worthy candidate for this years flagship model. Not only does it have 500+ more pieces it also costs $110 dollars cheaper!
42055 Bucket Wheel Excavator: 3929 pieces, $279.99
conclusion: Last year's flagship model costs $10 cheaper, but has three times the amount of pieces! Really Lego? What were you THINKING?!?!? This set has a much better use for your money.
42054 Tractor: 1977 pieces, $179.99
conclusion: You get one hundred more pieces for a hundred dollars cheaper. What more can I say?
42043 Mercedes-Benz Arocs: 2793 pieces, $229.99
conclusion: 900+ more pieces costing $60 less. This set also happens to be one of my top three favorite Lego sets of all time, so I'd definitely recommend this to especially since it'll retire soon.
8043: Motorized Excavator: 1123 pieces, $199.99
conclusion: I wanted to include at least one other remote controlled set, so since i have this one, I thought that I'd use it for this comparison. Although it has 700 less pieces it does cost $90 less, and is even fully remote controlled. The power functions alone cost about $90 which makes this set a pretty decent deal.
If by now you don't agree with me on how bad this set is you either really want to support Lego or you are just too optimistic. $290 is a waste of money on this set, and I'd highly recommend any of the sets listed above. All Technic sets this year in general have been disappointing, (with the exception of 42069 Extreme adventure and 42063 BMW Adventure) especially after the great wave of sets that came last year. Lego has said that this is because that they had three licensed sets last year and only one this year. However, I don't think this is the case. Shouldn't it make the licensed sets more expensive? Even with the small increase from a total of $1163 to $1200 the price per part range has increased from 8.9 cents per piece (12,934 pieces) to 11.4 cents per piece.(10,526 pieces)
I hope Lego will learn from these mistakes and continue to improve over last year's sets. I can't wait to see what they have next, but let's just hope we don't have another year like this.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 3 out of
Feels unfinishedFinished product looks, nice but I feel that it felt short in the details like unfinished.
Just couple of example:
Like other review mentioned it does not have any shock absorber, but there would have been enough space to add it.
There is nothing to cover the battery box like the other sets they have. All the other set for example like the class xerion or the bucket wheel excavator they all have it.
Towing arm is not expandable it is fixed one.
Do not feel that the set is really the flagship one for the technic sets I would not feel that for this price it was worth it. If you planing to purchase a set look into some other one which are more value and they feel as a finished products.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 2 out of
Too much for too littleLike others have said, this set feels unfinished for a flagship model. The lack of proper suspension, open deck, and flimsy crane all detract from the appeal of this set.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 5 out of
Interesting build and decent RC truckThis is the biggest Technic set I have tacked since the space shuttle decades ago. Following on from the Tracked Racer last year this is my second Technic RC.
The build took a long time and was a good challenge. It has a lot of pieces and some complex gearing mechanisms that require concentration and are very interesting to put together. I kept double checking the gears as I was building the model wondering if I had made a mistake but it turned out fine.
Learning how the gears all work together and switch between the different functions was the most fun part of the build and I found this rewarding in itself. It is great to see things like proper differentials making it into a Lego model.
The finished model looks great. I love the blue colour but did not like the dark dishes for the wheels so I left them yellow. I think the blue and yellow go together well. The bear on the front is a nice touch and the chains add to the scale look of the model.
The engine although a little small for the truck has pistons that move as the truck moves which I thought was a nice touch.
I do think more could be done with the bed at the back of the truck. I see the advantage of leaving it open so that the gears can be seen but a removable flat cover so things could be loaded onto it would have been nice.
As for the motorized side of things the truck moves and turns well enough and can navigate over some small dips and bumps. The outriggers and crane all operate smoothly but you do need to flick a switch on the model to switch between these modes.
If I had any suggestions regarding the motorized side of the model it would be that the drive train could do with a little more grunt. As I said with the Tracked Racer I would also like to see Lego offer an 2.4Ghz alternative to the IR transmitter and receivers at some point.
All in all this is one of my favorite builds of recent years. It was fun and challenging to build as well as a great model to play with afterwards.