Pchan1983

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  1. Pchan1983

    10261 LEGO Creator Expert Roller Coaster

    The NZ site suddenly shows "Now available in your country" while still have the note for VIP early access .... I wonder what is happening =(
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    Lego BrickHeadz 2018 - Rumors & Discussion

    Have anyone noticed the Captain Phasma brickheadz is now "Retiring Soon"? I was hoping to buy it with the ship in a bottle and some other sets together due to the high free shipping threshold but looks like I will not able to buy in anymore since it is retiring soon and list sold out for NZ S@H .
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    Which factory did your LEGO set come from?

    Just received my S@H order, Assembly Square, Arkham Asylum and Joker's lowrider. They are all with "S" region. I guess S@H warehouse is still using the European warehouse for New Zealand. I cannot check the same sets selling in retail yet because they are not released until late FEB but looks like so far S@H is still shipping from Europe despite all other retail sets in NZ are getting the "G" region factory packed sets.
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    Which factory did your LEGO set come from?

    I think "g" is the new china factory too. All recent shipments even the newer version of older sets used to be "s" now with "g".
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    Which factory did your LEGO set come from?

    Thanks for all the replies. This is actually very interesting. Most of my recent purchases from retail locally is having the plant/region code as "G". Otherwise it has mostly "S" in the past.
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    Which factory did your LEGO set come from?

    I wanted to know because I wonder if our region is now getting sets from the new China factory or still from Europe.
  7. n some countries, your lego sets have a local label to tell you where did your set come from. (e.g. Lego sets bought from Shanghai lego store has a label indicating they are from the new jiaxing factory). However, in New Zealand we don't have such labels. Is there anyway to tell which distribution centre/factory did the set come from? On the lego website, I saw this https://www.lego.com/en-US/service/help-topics/fun-for-fans/behind-the-scenes/brick-facts/manufacturing-codes about the code to identify your set's origin but it doesn't tell you how to identify the origin.