Jim

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  • Birthday 08/09/1975

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    Technic, Mindstorms and Star Wars

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  1. Jim

    REVIEW: 21324 LEGO 123 Sesame Street

    Thanks for the comprehensive review! Not an all-time fan of Sesame Street, so it doesn't trigger that nostalgic feeling for me, but I can understand the appeal of the set. The build itself is mediocre at best, but the minifigs are very cool. Although their heads look like fake-brand quality, a bit too shiny. Easy pass for me, but I'm sure this set will be very popular.
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    2020 Mindstorms set

    I read on Facebook that someone had issues using a grey motor on the Spike Prime hub, but he could use the blue version. I have both sets, so I need to try for myself, but I was wondering if someone had tested this?! Same goes for the Volvo motor, which has a different part number than the one used in Spike.
  3. Jim

    2020 Mindstorms set

    Do you mean real set or not a real set?
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    2020 Mindstorms set

    Since they are using 6 color sensors, it makes me wonder whether there's a second hub in the vehicle. It looks very cool! Would love to see more detailed pics.
  5. This should be interesting! I will keep an eye out for new content.
  6. Yeah, I noticed that too. Makes you wonder whether they all work. If so, there must be a second hub somewhere in the model. Which makes you wonder if they are experimenting with daisy chaining. But that's a discussion for the Mindstorms forum.
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    [REVIEW] 76161 - 1989 Batwing

    Great review of a great set! I love the idea of a wall mount. It's not uncommon to have more than one extra Technic pin, at least in Technic models. On the other hand; it's easy to miss one of them during the build
  8. Absolutely! And the color scheme works really well.
  9. Not sure if this has been posted somewhere, but I couldn't find it. It's in this designer video of the 51515 - Mindstorms set, which I reviewed recently.
  10. And possibly get an external Mic, in a webcam or something.
  11. Very nice video! That format is actually better for a Mindstorms review. Allows for more interaction. For future videos; be aware that the sound quality is a bit poor. If you can improve that, you have great content!
  12. Thanks. I will take a look shortly.
  13. LoL I'd love to see the result, because I assumed the Volvo motor was the same as well. But I started to doubt this.
  14. Have you tested the rotation functions etc? I'm sure it will run, but did you test whether if supports all the functions? I remember reading that the Volvo one is different, which resulted in a search on Bricklink and I noticed the part number is actually different. Could be wrong though.