rener

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  1. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    I think we can agree that licensing, developing, producing and ALMOST completely distributing a set, and then pull it back, is pretty stupid. At least business-wise.
  2. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    That sounds almost too intelligent to be true. I bet Hanlon’s Razor offers a better explanation, as usual: "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity"
  3. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    I assume you considered the costs of development, production and callbacks should be all subtracted from that mighty profit...
  4. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    +1 In the end of the day only TLG make themselves look foolish, by cancelling a set they apparently shouldn’t have developed in the first place, according to their own guidelines. And me being a tiny bit disappointed, as I think it’s a really nice model...
  5. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    I don't know. Correcting an error would be a valid reason to delay the release, opposed to giving in to cancel-culture like pressure groups...But let's not make this political...
  6. rener

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    I thought it might be postponed due to an error in the manual. In the picture you see that the axle going to the propellor housings has a pin joiner between the two axle joiners, while there is also a clutch in the drive train to prevent stalling the motor. I think the pin joiner should be placed between the axle joiners going to the propellors. If the manual is wrong on this, there should be a correction/errata sheet. Don’t know if this is a reason to postpone the set, but the way it’s presented in this video at 10:26 it just doesn’t work right... https://flic.kr/p/2jo66pZ
  7. Or just more stability. These frames seem not just a lot sturdier, but also more expensive than a pile of beams, pins and connectors. So the argument of "higher profits" seems questionable to me. That being said, the more I see of this Hauler, the more I like it. It looks more complex and functional than it seemed on first sight. If it's likable enough to buy it, remains to be seen...
  8. That looks very nice. And judging by the amout of great alternate models coming by here, it's really a shame there is no official B-model for this set...
  9. rener

    Impossible LEGO

    Aha, I didn’t read too well... Nice to see you tried and tested it yourself!
  10. rener

    Impossible LEGO

    I’d rather assume there are no pins in the lower back...;)
  11. rener

    Mining truck II

    This looks great, seems really compact and sturdy. Both colours look nice, white fits better with the Liebherr, but yellow possibly fits better with my own parts pile...;) looking forward to instructions!
  12. rener

    Technic Model Comparison

    Thanks for this! Confirms my thought that the mini Xerion is the only “must-buy” set of 1H...;)
  13. rener

    [REVIEW] 42108 - Mobile Crane

    Nice to know you already tried that. Nice review btw, which confirmed my idea about this set: nice for kids, but not really worth it for AFOL’s (like me...)
  14. rener

    [REVIEW] 42108 - Mobile Crane

    The first (12-20) seem to beg to be turned around. That would reduce the number of twists for raising the boom considerably. The official instruction almost seems like a mistake to me...