Zavolej celou rodinu a užijte si sváteční LEGO® zábavu se stavění s tímto okouzlujícím modelem, který obsahuje okruh z kolejí, nástupiště s lavičkou a lampou, lokomotivu, která se dá vylepšit pomocí pohonných funkcí, s kouřem z kostek, jenž vychází z komínu, vagónek na uhlí, nákladní vagón s otáčejícím se vánočním stromkem, hračkami a dárky, a červené kupé s detailním interiérem a stolkem. Lokomotiva také obsahuje velká a malá červená vlaková kola a vlak je zdobený zelenými věnečky, řetězy se světýlky a bílými stromky. Tato sada LEGO® Creator Expert obsahuje 5 minifigurek.
Součástí je 5 minifigurek: strojvůdce, průvodčí, babička, chlapeček a holčička.
Vánoční vlak obsahuje 16 zahnutých kolejí, lokomotivu, vagónek na uhlí, nákladní vagón s vánočním stromkem, hračky a dárky, kupé, nástupiště, lavičku a lampu.
Ozdob vánoční stromeček a rozjeď se s vlakem, abys viděl, jak se stromek otáčí.
Přidej se k průvodčímu v pohodlném kupé a vychutnej si výtečný hrnek kakaa.
Sejdi se s celou rodinou a užijte si trochu LEGO® sváteční zábavy se stavěním!
Součástí jsou dvojité návody na stavění pro dokonalý rodinný zážitek.
Mezi doplňky najdeš zelené věnečky, ozdobná světla a dílky bílých stromků, navíc prvky zabalených dárků a malinkaté z kostek sestavené hračky, včetně mikro vláčku, natahovacího autíčka, hasičského vozu, robota na dálkové ovládání, plachetnice a vesmírné lodi.
Vylepši pomocí LEGO® pohonných funkcí 8879, 8884, 88000 a 88002 (nejsou součástí sady) a získáš tak motorizovanou lokomotivu. Instrukce najdeš na zadní straně návodu na stavění.
Mezi speciálním součástkami najdeš malá a velká vlaková kola, tmavá okna, vlakové tlumiče, přední nárazník, bílé stromky a kolečkové brusle.
Tato sada obsahuje více jak 700 LEGO® dílků, včetně 16 zahnutých kolejnic.
Tato sada nabízí zážitek ze stavění vhodný pro děti od 12 let.
Vánoční vlak měří přes 12 cm na výšku, 52 cm na délku a 7 cm na šířku.
Rated 5 out of
The wait is over! And BOY! was it worth it.I have been waiting to get a train since I started buying the first couple WV sets on the secondary market. That's years of alternately salivating and hyperventilating at the ever escalating price of 10173. Now I finally have a train in my village.
My 6yo grandson actually built it over 2 evenings with very little help. I had to adjust the assembly and gears of the rotating Christmas tree and use big hands to secure the car platforms. Everything else was do-able for him and really, really exciting.
This is our first Lego train and I'm impressed with how smooth the movement on the track is. Looking forward to adding the motor (but that will be a surprise Santa installs on Christmas Eve).
We have added a passenger car that's a scaled down version from the 10173 train (instructions available on the Lego site; we did 3 windows per side instead of 5).
We'll have lots of fun playing with this until the rest of the village comes out after Thanksgiving. And Lego forced me to say I bought the train for my grandson but, REALLY, the village is something the whole family enjoys seeing again each Christmas season.
THANKS, Lego! I really, REALLY wanted a Christmas train!
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of
Great setThis is a fantastic set. It is easy to build and only takes a couple of hours to put together. It will look great under the tree, but you will probably have to buy more tracks. I bought the additional Power Function parts to motorize the train, because, well, TRAIN. (BTW the automation is not required, and pushing the train is just as fun as using the remote.)
MODS: Like others who reviewed this set, I found the engine car too light to carry the motor, and experienced slipping of the wheels, especially when I added another car. I took another reviewer's advice and moved the motor to the tender/coal car and moved it to the middle of the train. It then worked perfectly. I also thought the smoke was a little small for the train, so I made that bigger. Like others, I found that the lamps on the last car made putting a full sized minifig on the outside of the car impossible. I compromised by taking the lamp off of the roof and putting it on a gold pole I had in my stock and had the ticket-taker hold this pole/lamp.
MORE MODS: After all this, I watched the Polar Express and decided to turn my new train into the Polar Express. I added a couple of kids and put the hobo on top of the additional car, which I made into the toy transport car for the movie. This ended up being a great place to put the toys that you make in the set. I added an area at the front of the train to stand and made the lamp on the engine bigger.
This is a super-cool set and I had a blast making all the mods for it. I think it will be a great addition to the North Pole Workshop and Winter Toy Shop.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 4 out of
Place the motor under the tenderLego made a beautiful winter train set. It looks good and gives the feeling of the holidays.
If you want to motorize it with Power Functions and want to add more rail cars. You should place the motor under the tender and not under the engine (watch photo below). The motor slips over when the motor is placed under the engine. Lego proposes in the building instructions but in my opinion it is not a good idea.
Happy Holidays and have fun with the (motorized) Winter Holiday Train
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 4 out of
Good set - needs adaption if using power functionsThis is quite a nice set to add a bit of extra interest to a winter village scene - something we use as a decoration every Christmas as a kind of secular equivalent of a nativity scene.
Others have warned that the motor slips unacceptably when power functions are added in the way suggested in the manual. I found that this was hardly improved by putting the motor under the tender, in spite of the extra weight of the battery pack.
I solved the issue by putting some of my daughter's old Loom Bands over the wheels, which improved the grip hugely. The loom bands will also go over the large red wheels (to make sure they are in contact with the track so that they turn as the train moves) and finally, over the wheels attached to gear under the Christmas Tree - again, to improve its rotation as the train moves.
I also used re-used some of the green elements to help hide the IR receiver brick, which is otherwise quite ugly on the barrel of the train. I had to use a couple of bits from my parts bin to do this effectively.
Overall, a good purchase, but the motor slip was so poor that it makes me wonder whether the modification was tested at all by the Lego designers.