Vstup do světa těžby ve velkém měřítku s obrovským těžebním rypadlem - zatím největší sadou LEGO® Technic! Tento vysoce detailní model 2 v 1 byl navržen, aby poskytl hodnotný stavitelský a herní zážitek, a vyrábí se se spoustou motorizovaných funkcí, včetně jízdy dopředu a dozadu, pohybu dopravních pásů, funkčního ramena s otáčecím kolem s rypadly a otáčecí základny. Model se dá přestavět na mobilní transportní pás.
Obsahuje LEGO® Power Functions pro spoustu motorizovaných funkcí, včetně ježdění dopředu a dozadu, otáčecího kola s rypadly, pohyblivých dopravních pásů a otáčecí základny, navíc funkční rameno s rypadlem.
Obsahuje také ochozy se zábradlími, světla, natěžený materiál a výkonný těžební náklaďák.
Zapni LEGO® motor Power Functions a manévruj s obrovskou pásovou konstrukcí na ideální místo.
Aktivuj motorizované dopravní pásy a kolo s rypadly.
Pohni ovládací pákou a otáčej mohutnou základnou.
Zvedej a spouštěj obrovské kolo s rypadly.
Sleduj, jak natěžený materiál putuje z kola s rypadly na pohyblivé dopravní pásy, a potom až do přichystaného těžebního náklaďáku!
Tento model LEGO® Technic je navržen, abys s ním zažil úžasné stavitelské zážitky, které zasáhnou všechny tvé smysly.
Tato sada obsahuje více jak 3900 dílků, což z ní dělá zatím největší stavebnici LEGO® Technic.
Model 2 v 1: dá se přestavit na mobilní transportní pás.
Tato sada nabízí zážitek ze stavění vhodný pro děti od 11 do 16 let.
Těžební rypadlo měří přes 41 cm na výšku, 72 cm na délku a 29 cm na šířku.
Mobilní transportní pás měří přes 21 cm na výšku, 88 cm na délku a 21 cm na šířku a přes 33 cm na výšku při zvednuté podpěře.
Těžební náklaďák měří přes 10 cm na výšku, 19 cm na délku a 10 cm na šířku.
Rated 5 out of
Amazing buildning experienceSo, my 5 year old son got to choose any model from the lego catalogue, and he ended up selecting the largest of them all. Boys will be boys!
He also had a clear idea of how to share the work, daddy builds it, and he gets to play with it!
I have not build Lego technic in this scale ever before, and the it was an amazing buildning experience. The set is simply massive and delightfully complex. You have to pay close attention or suffer the consequences - I had once to back track and correct the orientation of a wheel, took some 20 min to correct. Despite being careful with and checking that I did not pinch any moving parts I still have some jerkiness in the conveyer belt, which I have not found how to correct. This is a challenging build, and there are really a lot of pieces!. I was a bit sore in the finger tips once the build was done.
I absolutely adore the design with only one motor, it makes for a really intricate gear box, which was challenging to assemble and really well designed. It moves slowly yes, and I regard it as a design feature and by no means a flaw.
It does not dig lego pieces well and I would rank the playability as a bit limited. But I am not the one to judge, my son absolutely loves to play with it and credit to the design it handles being played with well, even when Lightning McQueen (junior lego) gets disassembled and travels the buckets.
If you enjoy Lego Technic, you need this set.
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 5 out of
Great but challenging buildSo I got this for my birthday and was extremely surprised at the size of the box.
Great value for money and an amazing part doner - 700+ black pins.
Definitely recommending this.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 5 out of
Massive Set - Probably Largest Technic set made.Pretty sure this is the largest technic set made by Lego to date. Purchased this set for myself and had a blast building it. What is powered versus is what is not, starting from Base up.
Base moves forward and backward (Powered)
Base Pivots left and right (Powered)
Bottom Conveyor belt (Belt Powered - Swing is manually adjustable with knob)
Top Digging Arm (Up and Down - Manually Adjustable with Knob)
Top Digging Arm Conveyor and Bucket wheel (Powered)
Top Digging Arm has Drive and Rotate controls on top armature.top Vertical tower has knob for adjusting Digging arm height (up and Down)
Base has knob for adjust bottom conveyor belt swing from left to right along with a locking switch.
Base also has a little tiny knob for deploying the side raid ladder (Detail is amazing).
Overall dimensions from what i can see is 11 inches deep, 16 inches tall, and 28 inches wide. Weight is around 7.6 pounds for the digger itself.
Set is a massive slow mover which is spot on with the actual digger in real life - Wanted to point this out so you are not alarmed once you put this set together and see how slow it moves, that is by design.
The extra large motor is a neccesity for such a beastly set as this one.
Inside the Giant Box - there are bags label from 1-8
Bags 1-3 are located in the White box within the packaging
Bags 4-8 are loose in the big box
There is a complete bag #4 of grey lego pieces that are used just for the playability and is supposed to simulate debris and conveyor belt debris/material for digging (Which is an awesome touch by lego I might add - Thanks Lego)
The most intense part of the build is bag 6 (where you build the big bucket arm)
I have added a 12 oz soda can to the pictures so you can get a better judgement of the scale of this set. The Mini dump truck is the same size as the mining truck from set 42035 if you are wondering. I would recommend getting the truck from that set too as it goes very well with this set.
I was asked by a friend can you carry it by the tower top (as a handle) - Yes, you can although I feel uneasy doing it, it does seem to be very sturdy when I do carry it like that.
Overall a very fun build and just massive and i do mean MASSIVE - Well Done Lego!
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 4 out of
Amazing!The wow factor is huge! I thoroughly enjoyed building this set, its a good test of patience and organisation as you build one structure after another. There are a few problems though, one motor to power the entire system is only just enough if it ran smoothly, and even though I made sure the gears were free running as I built, it still had trouble running smoothly afterwards. Unfortunately, making the large yellow gear wheel in sections has meant the teeth don't match up at the join. The 'base tan' of the teeth at that join doesnt match the rest of the gear, causing it to skip at that point. It ran with the lightest of persuasion, just the weight of my finger did it.
The only other issue I had was that the tower leans forwards a lot, as you can see in the picture. I've checked the assembly, but can see nothing wrong, is there something that I've missed?
Other than those issues, it's impressive. Truly a feat of Lego engineering.