Friday, July 31, 2009

8265 (Wheel Loader) under review, by Blakbird

Eric (Blakbird), made another great review. This time for the new 8265 (Wheel Loader).
You may read it at Eurobricks.



Here some pics taken by Eric, that show very well how technique, this TECHNIC set is.



Personally I wouldn't say it is the best set of the year, because I also like the 8258 too much, but wouldn't say which is better from both as well.

Fully agree on Blakbird's comment, that this model could clearly have been the flagship for this year, or if the pattern repeats the flagship for the current two years cycle I'd say.
Thus can only imagine the TECHNIC designers should have also something very good, again for the 2H2010.

Thanks Eric!


Meanwhile lets take a look into a video from Solenus116, featuring a fully motorized 8265, to see how elegant the combined and simultaneous movements can be.




Admirable!

2 comments:

zimvaider said...

Nice!
I have seen it before, this is very well motorized!
I would agree with you though. the 8258 is better than this... and i have bought it. I will try to motorize it like the 8265...

Truus said...

Maybe for your blog.

http://www.worldbricks.com. You can upload you own LEGO instructions here.

hope you like it. It got a very fast download

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