Saturday, October 18, 2008

More images from 1H2009 sets

Here we have some more images from new TECHNIC sets being release next January, as they start to appear at some online toy stores.
Again the new Mini-Bulldozer revealed yesterday.

In the same order, the sets and their prices as listed here:

8256 - Super Kart (12,27€)
8259 - Mini Dozer (8,06€)
8260 - Mini Tractor / Tractor (8,06€)
8261 - Monster Truck / Rally Truck (16,37€)
8262 - Quad-Bike (25,30€)
8264 - Transport Truck (52,10€)

Nevertheless you may expect a bit higher prices at different countries or different sale channels.


Captainowie said...

It looks like the old-school tread links are making a comeback?
I wouldn't have thought that LEGO would have two tread link systems running concurrently.

Anonymous said...

To be honest, I'm not interested in any of them. We already had many quad bikes, dozers, tractors etc.. Transport Truck is overpriced because of the electric elements just like the Cherry Picker and this one is ugly as well. The new yellow wheels are nice and that's the only good thing I can find in it. Besides we may get the actuators from 8294 at a lower price..

Only the monster truck may be interesting for the suspension mechanism. I liked the older (8435) version of this system, if I find a 8261 on sale I may think about getting it. But of course this s just the first half, always the weak part of the year.

Grouchy smurf out ..

Alex Campos said...

Yeah, the Transport Truck appears to be overpriced for the functions it has: seemingly, only steering and tilting the cargo bed. At least the Cherry Picker has two motorised functions. I hope it at least has a cylinder engine under that bonnet: it sure has enough room in it.

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