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Hello, dearest people of Europe and other parts of the Universe. You can call me Lyonel. Tall, glasses, quite colorblind, learning English by myself, and other things that are irrelevant to our subject matter. Well, I'm not too good at starting things. I'd rather listen (or read) others patiently and jump in when the time is right. So let's do something similar here for a change... You ask me some simple questions about me and my plastic construction toy preferences, and I will do my best to answer in short and truthful fashion. Please consider that I'm what could be called a Teen Fan of LEGO, whose most recent dark period was from 2015 to March of the current year (and I would still get CMFs in that time). Also, I am from Venezuela, as my profile states, and we as a country are economically limited as for buying expensive Danish ABS on a regular basis. The major part of my collection is from round 2012, and a large number of it are CMFs. My latest purchase was a Series 12 in July of past year. To get my topic's rather scandalous title out of the way, it alludes to the fact that the near entirety of construction toy products round my home are those infamous clone brands, of which the one with an S as logo we seem to get the most. So, to avoid getting tediously long, I'll leave the rest of my background to your requests. So come on! Bring on the friendly interrogation!
peter_m posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms & Model TeamI start this thread not to mess 41999 review or 2h2013 threads anymore. What we know so far*: 1. Placing a first order ever in S@H triggers extended procedure of payment verification - and in effect it delays shipping 2. "Backtracked" order status means that you will (almost for sure - but I do not know every case) receive your set after 22nd of August - then the second batch will be ready for shipping 3. If you have placed an order in the morning or later - when the "Out of stock" information was already there - there is a high possibility that you will not get your set - you need to verify this by calling Customer Support and giving them your order number 4. Lego employees are manually verifying every order - and they started at 7am (1st of August) - so number of sets left for potential "daylight"/"next day" buyers is not yet known. *Based on few emails to Customer Support, one call and experience of other buyers - might not be an objective and unquestionable truth Please feel free to spam this thread with your questions, case descriptions - share your knowledge to help and comfort your fellow 41999 fans :)