Thursday, December 27, 2007

All PF elements, now available as individual parts from S@H

As already expected for a few days, after 'Battery Box' release, every PF element became available at S@H(US) as separate and individual parts.
Also the new and long waited "Power Functions Extensions Wire" is now released for just $2.99.
Most still with pre-order status and shipping forecast, for early next January.

8881: PF Battery Box - $6.49
8882: PF XL-Motor - $9.49
8883: PF M-Motor - $6.99
8884: PF IR Receiver - $13.99
8885: PF IR Remote Control - $8.99
8886: PF Extension Wire - $2.99

Soon they should be available also from S@H(Europe). It rests to know at which price?
Most likely at the same nominal value (as usual), despite the actual currency exchange rate :(.


Roger said...

That's good news. I think i'll power up my lighthouse with PF it lacks some kind of light...

TechnicBRICKs said...

Hi Roger,

where do you see the lights at PF range? ;)
But, I'm sure they will appear sooner or later!


Alex Campos said...

IMHO for that application, PF is advantageous only because it lets you turn on and off the light remotely.
Let's see if there will be new light pieces, preferably LED-based, since the old incandescent lamps are so weak...

Roger said...

I said it lacks lights. Maybe a coma would make the sentence more logical: "That's good news. I think i'll power up my lighthouse with PF, it *still* lacks some kind of light...!

Anonymous said...

I've just bought 8275, and the XL motors are definetely the most powerful ever produced. Its also great that you can remotely control them - this is the best thing that has happened to Technic in a long time...

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