Thursday, December 18, 2008

LPE on sale, by nicjasno.com and idic.at

Alex Zorko (nicjasno.com) and Ivan (idic.at) decided to start business and opened an online shop, to sell their LEGO Pneumatic Engines (LPE).
They have been designing and building Pneumatic Engines for a long time and it seems lots of people who follow their work and frequent RPM records, have been requesting for these motors to become on sale.

LPE Power (the store), started with two small and powerful inline engines. An 'inline 3' and an 'inline 4', both capable to exceed speeds of 2.000 rpms.
They were designed to be very reliable, powerful, fast and small, according to their authors words.




These are a bit expensive IMHO, but they also are 20% off, till the 5th of January. So it is the right time to order, if you want one.

You may find the online LPE store, here.


In the future, they also expect to sell different configurations and larger engines.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

240.00 euros = 345.52 dollars. 350 bucks for that-that-that..thing!?

Lazcanotegui said...

Yes, I think is too expensive too.

I would buy a building instructions book like Isogawa. I could pay 40-60 euros fot that. But for a so small engine? Too expensive

Anonymous said...

Boy, and people think that prices of standard Lego sets are pricey! O.O

~Rob

Shelly said...

Those prices justify that Yellow Camaro on Ebay that sold for over a thousand dollars.

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Lazcanotegui said...

I think the work behind the engine is huge. That is true. If they do an exclusive engine by order for a certain costumer, then the client should pay the price for a "exclusive" MOC engine. More than thosand euros ;-)

But, If they do it for fun, and after that, they want to sell in a "serial" way... then... 240 euros, I think is expensive, even if is produced by LEGO.

Therefore, I think the book is better idea, in my costumer point of view.

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