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  3. Thanks guys! AWD, gearbox, functional steering wheel. Thanks, corrected!
  4. SET INFORMATION Number: 42077 Title: Rally Car Theme: Technic Released: 2018 Part Count: 1005 Box Weight: 1720 gr Box Dimensions: 47,8 cm x 28,2 cm x 12 cm Set Price (MSRP): € 99,99 Price per Part: € 0,099 Links: Brickset, Bricklink THE BOX The box measures 47,8 cm x 28,2 cm x 12 cm and weighs around 1720 grams. THE FRONT The front of the box shows the Rally Car blasting through the hilly track. We could almost presume it has all wheel drive, given how the wheels are shown, but that is not true. The box states that this model is for the age of 10 till 16. More importantly, the 2-models in-1 logo is clearly visible, which means this set can be used to build two different models. In the lower right corner there's a image with the dimension of the model. It's 42cm long. THE BACK The back side of the box shows the functions of the main model on the left side, and also the B model, and its functions, on the right side. B model is the Buggy, which actually looks really good. In first, it seems that its red bars on the sides are part of the suspension system, which would be awesome, but they are actually just the aesthetic parts. Nevertheless, this seems like a great model! THE SIDE One of the sides shows a picture of the main model, and one of the wheels/tires combo in the actual size. CONTENT OF THE BOX The box contains: 1 Instruction Booklet 1 Sticker Sheet 10 Bags INSTRUCTION BOOKLET The instruction booklet for the main model. Random page of the instruction booklet. STICKER SHEET The sticker sheet is neatly packed into the instruction booklet. No damage on them. TIRES Four of the 68.8 x 36 ZR are provided, released in 14 sets so far. BAGS A total of ten unnumbered bags containing the rest of the parts. HIGHLIGHTED PARTS This section describes the new and/or interesting parts. Black Liftarm 5 x 7 Open Center Frame Again, a 5 x 7 Open Center Liftarm Frame in black! We got four pieces in this set. So far, it has been released in one more set in this color, the 42075 First Responder. White Hose, Soft Axle 7 Soft Axle 7. We got four pieces in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Axle and Pin Connector Perpendicular 3L with 2 Pin Holes Axle and pin connector. We got seven pieces in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Liftarm 3 x 5 L-Shape Thick L liftarm 3 x 5. We got two pieces in this set. We can also obtain one piece from the 42074 Racing Yacht. Dark Azure Technic, Liftarm 1 x 7 Thick 1x7 Liftarm. We got five pieces in this set. We can also obtain two pieces from the 42074 Racing Yacht. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Curved 7 x 3 with 2 Pin Holes through Panel Surface Technic Panel 7x3 curved. We got only one piece in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Curved 11 x 3 with 2 Pin Holes through Panel Surface Technic Panel 11x3 curved. We got only one piece in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Curved 3 x 13 Technic Panel 3x13 curved. We got seven pieces in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Car Mudguard Arched 15 x 2 x 5 Technic Panel 15x2x5 mudguard. We got only one piece in this set. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Fairing # 3 Small Smooth Long, Side A and B Technic Panel fairing #3. We got a total of four pieces in this set, two of the side A, and two of the side B. This is the only set which contains this piece in this color. Dark Azure Technic, Panel Fairing # 5 Long Smooth, Side A and B Technic Panel fairing #5. We got a total of two pieces in this set, one of the side A, and one of the side B. We can also obtain two pieces of each side (A and B) from the 42074 Racing Yacht. Dark Bluish Gray Technic, Panel Curved 11 x 3 with 2 Pin Holes through Panel Surface Technic Panel 3x11. We got only one piece in this set. This piece has been released in two more sets in this color, the 42084 Hook Loader and the 42078 Mack Anthem. PART LIST This set contains 1005 parts, which are shown below. THE BUILD Building the Rally Car was enjoyable and interesting, due to sheer size of the car. From the very beginning we start with the chassis and its side steps. Note that from the very start of the building you can see the final width of the car, and it's very wide! 27 studs wide! Next, we have the driven and suspended back axle. Suspension uses two of the yellow hard shock absorbers. After we connect the rear axle to the chassis, we can start with the six cylinder engine. Here, it is already connected to the driven axle. Also, two of the 1x16 links are placed, to act as a part of the roll bar system. Moving on with the front of the chassis, and the seats. Now, we can see one of the most recognizable features of this set: a beautifully designed roll bar in the cabine. Front axle. Yes, it is NOT driven. What a shame. It does have the suspension, and steering. By attaching the front axle to the chassis, and installing the front section, we can clearly see the size of the car. It is Huge! Inside details include aforementioned roll bar, two seats, fire extinguisher, and the steering wheel. In the front section we got two cooling fans. FINISHED MODEL I hereby present to you, the finished Rally Car! Isn't she a beauty? Yes, she is! But, that's where we try to find the functions. And we are disappointed. More on that a bit later. Finished model does look smooth from the headlights to the rear spoiler! Everything flows nicely! Those white flexible hoses really complete the package! Colors? Well, it is one of the main strengths of the set! Dark azure, white and red really makes it special. Clever use of the stickers make the model even better. Side view. Here, we can note three flaws. 1. Big gap around the tires. On the pictures it look worse than when the model is in front of you. You can also say that, since this is a rally car, it might need more room there for a wheels to have enough room when the (extra long) suspension work. Even with this in mind, the gaps are simply too big. 2. The car is very low to the ground, which is not always good for a rally car. 3. The inside is somewhat hollow. Basically, this model is all about the shape and size. Back of the vehicle is aggressive and thick. Nice use of the parts to achieve the curved look. Strangely, there are no stickers at the back side. It looks a bit pale. From this angle you can see how the designers managed to made nice flow with parts. The cabine is narrower than the wheels, which gives the car a more sporty and aggressive look. Front section. I like the hood, with unusual hole (intake?) in the hood. Nice shaping of the front section. Perhaps the main headlights could be better if mounted at an angle of 45 degrees, to match the oval shape of the front. Four additional headlights are a great touch. So is the windshield shape. Notice the white liftarm with "Billund High Point" sticker. This liftarm is connected to the roof in a way that any accidental touch will make the liftarm move, which can be annoying when you want to lift the model by grabbing its roof. The best place to pick the model up is to hold it to its black side steps. Back section. As noted before, nice shaping. I like the fat wheels being visible. Interesting use of parts at the exhaust section. Underside shot. Yes, this is a hollow model. Leftover parts after finishing the Rally Car build. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS This model has the following features: Steering via Hand of God. By pushing the model, we put the V6 engine in motion. Suspension on all four wheels. Openable doors, hood and trunk/side spoilers. Now, lets see the functions as shown in the instructions booklet. STEERING Works smooth, but poor range of motion. Steering knob on the top of the cabine steers the front wheels. I would prefer a bit more direct/faster turning speed. Also, there are two limiters installed in the front axle, which prevent the wheels from steering all the way. Openables Hood, doors and trunk can be opened to reveal (hollow) interior. Note that the doors are connected to the car with only one pin. Trunk has a interesting way of revealing the engine bay. Namely, when you open the trunk, you also open the side panels, via levers connected cleverly to the trunk. Perhaps it is really needed, as the engine itself is pretty deep inside, toward the middle of the vehicle. UNDER THE HOOD Not much to see. Naked front axle, and two fans. ENGINE BAY Much better than under the hood. We can see the engine, roll bars, suspension, and exhaust system. SUSPENSION This is how it looks when we push down the model. Suspension travel is okay. The model touches the ground when the suspension is at its lowest point, which combined with the low clearance, could indeed be a problem on a speedy hill race. DETAILS SUMMARY Nice, big set, but seems a bit unfinished in some areas. It is most probably meant to be like this. For relatively low number of pieces/price, you get pretty big set, with very nice look. Some would say it is meant for modifications. I would say it is way too simple. It might be a very interesting rally car after few user-made modifications, but we could say that for other sets as well. For a car of this size, we could at least get an all wheel drive system and a gearbox, not to mention new pieces for these functions, or even functions not yet seen on a Lego car. Good: Great looking and big vehicle, sporting very attractive colors. Aggressive shape. Nice roll bar inside. Bad: Hollow body, lack of "proper" functions, like AWD and the gearbox. Very close to the ground/hits the ground when the suspension is in its lowest point. Very simple suspension. Same old engine. At the end, the model is what it is: a fully playable, big, beautiful car! If you can get over its lack of advanced functions, or if you are into the modding, don't miss this set! SCORE So how do I grade this set? 8 DESIGN Beautifully designed. 6 BUILDING EXPERIENCE Not very exciting, but its sheer size makes it interesting. 6 FEATURES Present functions work smoothly, but this set (and its users) just screams for more! 6 PLAYABILITY If you take this model as it is, you will have lots of fun. Otherwise, you will miss some functions. 9 PARTS Want dark azure? Panels in all shape and sizes? You got it! 7 VALUE FOR MONEY Good value for the package. Final score - 7.0 Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed it.
  5. Agreed. Connection points are too weak. Easily visible on this picture (on the left side of it): Tan pins actually holds the propeller's housing, while the white connectors transmits the power to them (and provide some additional, but weak, support).
  6. My book was perfect. No folding or any signs of damage. Check out the review pic. How about the sticker sheet? They probably gave you another axle to compensate for the ripped book .
  7. No, just the regular 2x. You have three of them?
  8. Guys, as an afol, I somewhat agree with you, but I also have to consider this set as a kids/teens toy. Now, I am not saying that is an excuse for some of the set's issues mentioned in the review. Also, I had to take into the account my two young assistants (8 and 13), who provided their feedback (for this set and for all the sets so far). They have a lot of Lego sets at their home, and they like this Hovercraft (they hate the slow ramp). And they are not even a boat fans, they prefer construction machines and race cars. Without their opinion, the set would get a bit lower score, but I would still keep it in a neighborhood of 6.5 - 7.
  9. INTRODUCTION Nautical vessels aren't new to LEGO Technic. Back in 1996 TLG released the 8223 Hydrofoil 7, no studless yet, of course! After that, the company released a number of Harbour sets in the Technic theme, a total of 10 of them so far, actually! Some of these sets have decent size, the biggest brick built one was the 8824 Supply Ship, from 1992, containing around 580 parts. The biggest ever was the 2017 42064 Ocean Explorer, with over 1300 parts. Three of these Harbor Sets contained the infamous Technic Figures. Let's see how this new Harbor vessel lives up to the expectations. Note: All images can be clicked for hi-res versions. SET INFORMATION Number: 42076 Title: Hovercraft Theme: Technic Released: 2018 Part Count: 1020 Box Weight: 1376 gr Box Dimensions: 47,8 cm x 28,2 cm x 7,4 cm Set Price (MSRP): € 69,99 Price per Part: € 0,069 Links: Brickset, Bricklink THE BOX The box measures 47,8 cm x 28,2 cm x 7,4 cm and weighs around 1376 grams. THE FRONT The front of the box shows our Hovercraft and its Truck with cargo box, docked on some inhospitable shore. The Hovercraft has lowered its ramp and the truck is driving off the Hovercraft. The box states that this model is for the age of 9 till 16. More importantly, the 2-models in-1 logo is clearly visible, which means this set can be used to build two different models. In the lower right corner there's a image with the dimension of the model. It's 40cm long. There is also a note stating that this "model does not float - not for use in water". THE BACK The back side of the box shows the functions of the main model on the left side, and also a B model, and its functions, on the right side. B model is a "Speedy Jet Boat", with a helicopter and a small truck with crane. THE SIDE One of the sides shows a picture of the main model, and one of the fans/turbines in actual size. CONTENT OF THE BOX The box contains: 1 Instruction Booklet 1 Sticker Sheet 8 Bags INSTRUCTION BOOKLET The instruction booklet for the main model. Random page of the instruction booklet. Numbered bags in building STICKER SHEET The sticker sheet is neatly packed into the instruction booklet. TIRES Six + two tires are provided. Six of the 30.4 x 14 tires, released in 80 sets so far. Also, two of the 17.5mm D. x 6mm, released in 42 sets so far. BAGS A total of eight bags containing the rest of the parts. Note: the bags are listed by their size, not by the bag's number. HIGHLIGHTED PARTS This section describes the new and/or interesting parts. White Liftarm 1 x 2 Thick White 1x2 Liftarm. We got two pieces in this set. So far, in this color, it has been released in this set only. White Axle and Pin Connector Hub with 1 Axle White connector with axle. We got two pieces in this set. So far, it has been released in only two sets: this one, and in 2018 31076 Daredevil Stunt Plane (contains three pieces). Axle Pin 3L with Friction Ridges Lengthwise and 1L Axle in RED This 3L Axle Pin has never been released in red before for general public and easily obtainable. This year, it was released in 8 sets in this color, and it was also released in one set in 2017, The Nutcracker (Lego 2017 Employee Exclusive). PART LIST This set contains 1020 parts, which are shown below. THE HOVERCRAFT'S TRUCK This small truck is used to haul the cargo box. The truck is very simple, has odd shape, but it also has two functions: steering, and suspension on the back axle. I don't like how it looks. It looks too futuristic, and its front part is too low to the ground, compared to the back. Back section has its own problems. Again, it has that "racer" look, and ground clearance on the back axle is very low. FUNCTIONS Steering By turning the black double bevel gear on the top of the cabine, you can steer the wheels on the front axle. Steering lock is not great, which limits playability, but it works. Here you can see it in action. Suspension Suspension is done via one light bluish gray shock absorber. Suspension travel is limited on purpose, but more than enough. When cargo box is loaded onto the truck, the suspension still can achieve its full motion. Here you can see it in action. Cargo box The box has a footprint of 5x7 studs, and fits perfectly to the truck's flatbed. Thanks to the blue half pins, it is locked in place, and can't slide off, if the driver is in a hurry. Leftover parts after building the truck. Compared with the 42084: Hook Loader I prefer the red one. It looks like a truck. And it can haul the cargo box, too. It is also red, black and gray, like the Hovercraft itself. HOVERCRAFT THE BUILD Building the Hovercraft was enjoyable and easy, interesting enough to keep you wondering about the next step. From the very beginning we start with the chassis and the driving/propellers mechanism. The model is basically hollow. By adding these eight panels, we really quickly got the main deck settled. Added mechanism for the propellers' steering/pointing. Installing the actuators' drive to power the ramp. Also added the black double bevel gears on the right, which operates both the "steering" of the propellers, and the 17.5mm D. x 6mm wheels. We actually steer the model via the wheels, but visually, all we can see is the propellers turning. Nice. (You can see the wheels on the underside shot later) Side skirt added, as well as red structure for the crane tower/bridge. FINISHED MODEL I hereby present to you, the finished Hovercraft! The set is a bit different from what we used to see in Technic, which is usually a good thing. Thanks to the smooth liftarms and panels, It does look like a real hovercraft. What I like, is the fact that the designers tried to keep axles (that power the ramp and propellers) barely visible on the deck, and keep it clean and usable. It has nice color combo, too. Black, LBG, red and white makes it a visually pleasing model. Stickers does make a difference here. Here we can see the crane, behind the cab. It is used to lift the cargo box from the truck. More on that later. Back side of the vehicle is also okay. Interesting use of parts for the propellers housing. Side view. Everything okay. Symmetrical model, side skirts really make it look oval. Underside shot. As noted before, this is a hollow model, but it has everything it needs. Leftover parts after finishing the Hovercraft build. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS This model has the following features: Steering via Hand of God. Steering knob controls both the actual wheels, and the orientation of the back propellers. By pushing the model, we put the propellers in motion. They are connected to the wheels on the ground. They wiggle left and right rapidly when being used. Lowering and lifting the ramp. Slow to lower and raise. Two small linear actuators are used for this task, operated by two small double bevel gears, one on each side of the Hovercraft. Cabin slides left and right, no mechanism for that. You need to push or pull the cabine. Crane can lower itself to pick up and lift the cargo box up. Crane is operated by one double bevel gear. Works okay, but hard to use properly. Now, lets see the functions as shown in the instructions booklet. STEERING Works smooth, nice range of motion. Operated via the black double bevel gear on the deck of the model. As noted, the same gear, when used, steers the wheels on the ground, effectively steering the whole Hovercraft, if you choose to push it. THE RAMP It needs a good deal of cranking to achieve its full range of motion. CRANE Smooth, very simple, works as intended, but hard to actually catch the cargo box, due to lack of space. CABINE SHIFTING Basically you will use this function to "catch" the cargo box with the crane. No mechanism, you move the cabine with the hand. ACTION This is how it looks when we want to pick the cargo box from the truck. You can see the lack of space between the crane tower and the truck. DETAILS Very nice design of the cabine with so little parts. Note the curved "windshield" and safety railing. Air Intakes are just spot on. Its fans are freely rotating. SUMMARY For what it is supposed to be, this set is doing great! Good: Interesting machine. Lots of (simple) functions. Strong lower bodywork. Nice overall look. Bad: Propellers do wiggle left/right a lot, when you operate them by pushing the Hovercraft, Needs a fair amount of cranking to get the ramp up/down. Crane does not have enough space to work properly. Hollow body. At the end, playable set if you are into these types of machines, and if you can get over its issues, most notably the wiggling propellers and awkward crane. SCORE So how do I grade this set? 6 DESIGN This score would be higher if there were no mentioned issues. 7 BUILDING EXPERIENCE Just building something different, makes it interesting 7 FEATURES Again, would be higher if there were no mentioned issues. 8 PLAYABILITY Lots of functions to keep the young user occupied. 7 PARTS Good set if you are into the panels. 7 VALUE FOR MONEY Good value for the package. Final score - 7.0 Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed it.
  10. Yeah, looks like a tough model.
  11. Thank you all guys. Perhaps I should have mentioned it before, but I have not read any review of any 1H sets so far, mainly to keep these reviews consistent and objective. So, I am glad to hear this review seems to have the same conclusions as other reviews. I have only used official Lego set promo videos, and the set itself.
  12. This fire fighter is my favorite, too (of small sets so far, but not very fair to compare given the difference in part count and price). 42076 is coming tomorrow or on Thursday.
  13. INTRODUCTION For my sixth review from this year's 1H batch, we will be looking at the 42075: First Responder. In 1995 we got the 8280 Fire Engine, in 2003 the 8454: Rescue Truck, in 2006 the 8289: Fire Truck, and in 2017, the smooth looking 42068: Airport Rescue Vehicle. This year we have the "First Responder", a medium size Fire Truck/Jeep with lots of nice functions, in a very sturdy and smooth bodywork. Note: All images can be clicked for hi-res versions. SET INFORMATION Number: 42075 Title: First Responder Theme: Technic Released: 2018 Part Count: 513 Box Weight: 829 gr Box Dimensions: 35,1 cm x 18,8 cm x 8,8 cm Set Price (MSRP): € 39,99 Price per Part: € 0,077 Links: Brickset, Bricklink THE BOX The box shows our First Responder in the middle of a street, during night, with its traffic cones set in place. FRONTSIDE The box states that this model is for the age of 9 till 16. More importantly, the 2-models in-1 logo is clearly visible, which means this set can be used to build two different models. BACKSIDE The backside of the box shows the functions of the A model on the left side, and also, the B model, and its functions on the right side of the box. B model is "Fire Racer". Pretty unusual vehicle, which seems it is built more as a Fire-themed hot rod/drag racer, than practical Fire Fighting vehicle. SIDE One of the sides also shows the picture of the main model, and one of the wheels in actual size. CONTENT OF THE BOX The box contains: 2 Instruction Booklet 1 Sticker Sheet 4 Wheels 5 Bags INSTRUCTION BOOKLET The instruction booklet for the main model. The instruction booklet for the alternate model. Random page of the instruction booklet. STICKER SHEET The sticker sheet is neatly packed into the instruction booklet. TIRES Four tires are provided separately. Tire 49.5 x 20. Released in 14 sets so far. BAGS A total of five bags containing the rest of the parts. HIGHLIGHTED PARTS This section describes the new and/or interesting parts. Black Liftarm 5 x 7 Open Center Frame Finally, a 5 x 7 Open Center Liftarm Frame in black! We got one piece in this set. So far, it has been released in one more set in this color, the 42077 Rally Car Blue Pin with Friction Ridges Lengthwise and Pin Hole Blue Pin with Pin Hole, great addition for blue models. We got one piece in this set. So far, it has been released in one more set in this color, the 75533 Star Wars Bobba Fett. Axle Pin 3L with Friction Ridges Lengthwise and 1L Axle in RED This 3L Axle Pin has never been released in red before for general public and easily obtainable. This year, it was released in 8 sets in this color, and it was also released in one set in 2017, The Nutcracker (Lego 2017 Employee Exclusive). PART LIST This set contains 513 parts, which are shown below. THE BUILD Building the First Responder was very enjoyable, much more interesting than previous sets, which is understandable, as it has much more functions and parts. From the very beginning we start with the chassis and the steering mechanism. Front axle installed and connected to the steering mechanism. This is how it looks like when we turn the steering knob at this stage. Back driven axle with suspension. Back axle installed and connected to the driveshaft that goes straight to the front of the vehicle. Added most of the structural beams. Note how well the beams are connected to each other. It provides for very sturdy bodywork. Tan double bevel gear at the front will connect the driveshaft and the fake 2-cylinder engine. FINISHED MODEL I hereby present to you, the First Responder! The set is very well designed. It does look like a proper, capable all terrain vehicle. I really do like red here! Combined with white, dark gray and blue lights, it results in a great color scheme. Looking at the stickers, they are not overused. Back side of the vehicle is also done very well. I do not like low clearance of the back axle. From side, no complaints, except the front fender seems unfinished, as it is secured only on one side. Underside shot. Neatly packed and symmetrical model. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS This model has the following features: Steering via Hand of God Openable hood, doors, side cargo panels, and floodlight Fake 2-cylinder engine, powered by back axle. Working front winch Working suspension on the back axle Now, lets see the functions as shown in the instructions booklet. STEERING Works smooth, not very large turning angle of the wheels, but playable enough. Operated via the black double bevel gear on the roof of the model. OPENABLES Hood, doors, side cargo panels, can be opened. SUSPENSION ON THE BACK AXLE Very decent suspension travel, works smooth. WINCH Has some friction on purpose, operated by black double bevel gear. FLOODLIGHT ON THE ROOF Packed between the two back panels. Has good height when erected. DETAILS Under the hood is the engine, nicely packed. By opening the side panels, we can see the various equipment for emergency situations, like the fire extinguisher and an axe. And two orange traffic cones. SUMMARY For this parts count, this is a great set! Lots of functions and openable sections, very strong bodywork, and nice overall look. Very playable. If you are lacking fire fighting vehicle in your collection, this might just be it! SCORE So how do I grade this set? 9 DESIGN Very well designed. Front fender and low ground clearance would be the only drawbacks. 7 BUILDING EXPERIENCE Straightforward, interesting build. 9 FEATURES PACKED with smooth working functions. 8 PLAYABILITY Every collection needs at least one fire fighting vehicle. 7 PARTS If you like red, you will be satisfied. New frame in black and blue pin with hole, but nothing more. 8 VALUE FOR MONEY Good value for the package! 8 Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed it.