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  1. Fabiuz

    42080 Forest Harvester

    42080 or andythenorth's model?
  2. Fabiuz

    42080 Forest Harvester

    Sure, I like my 42043 a lot, it's a perfect set for an AFOL. I like my 8110 for the same reasons. Sure, they are not comparable to 42080 if you look at it from an adult point of view. But it's *our* point of view, guys. Think as a smaller child, with limited budget, and you can see TLG point. This 42080 will offer a good parts and functions selection to free children fantasy. You can laugh at the colour rainbow, or at the useless motorized pump where a manual pump would suffice, or the small chainsaw, or the dark green panel placement, or the fake cutting wheel. In fact, I laugh with you. But if I was, dunno, 8 years old, I'd love those. I know my daughter will love it, when old enough to play with technic. Much more than the Mercedes vehicles (or some dust-collecting cars). And I am pretty sure TLG marketing dept. know their job, despite the occasional mistakes
  3. Fabiuz

    42080 Forest Harvester

    I like it as a creative set for children. Lot of colours, PF, pneumatics, eight wheels, two turntables, ... sort of mini-42043 for kids. I bet this one will be a best seller among the younger customers.
  4. travel is 15-16 studs, am I right?
  5. Fabiuz

    42082 - Rough Terrain Crane

    ugh! I count something like 50 stickers or so. My least favourite part of any lego set )))))
  6. Fabiuz

    42080 Forest Harvester

    Yes, precisely, but there are 3 cylinders here already. Adding more functions would require more space below and above the turntable as well, not just the hoses. The Arocs had a massive frame compared to this Harvester. I like this one a lot, btw. I do not care about technicolor :)
  7. Fabiuz

    42080 Forest Harvester

    Correct me if I am wrong, the catalogue seems to say the cabin rotates by 270° ? With pneumatic pipes inside the turntable, right? This could be the reason there are only a few pneumatic functions, imho