Tuesday, February 16, 2010

... and now the video from 2H10 Technic sets, at NY Toy Fair

And here it is, what we were also looking for.

One video taken by BrickJournal featuring the 2010 Technic sets, as shown at the NY Toy Fair. Thus of course including the novelties for the 2nd half 2010.



Unfortunately no one took the opportunity to play with these models, and let us dismiss the final doubts. If still any...

4 comments:

Gray said...

the crane truck costs much much less than i thought! but the excavator at 200 USD!!! expensive summer... :)
i may also but 2 motor bikes, the container truck looks too much like the 2008 cherry picker, and costs too much for the functions of the set.

Anonymous said...

Never noticed how large the shocks are on the bike.. nice.

Tobbe Arnesson said...

Now that was a crap video. :( Nice attempt and I know it's a lot of work to shoot and edit, but why not move the camera around the models from different angels? And perhaps not compress the video so badly in the editing process. :/

I suspect you're not allowed to touch the models so I can see why no play action.

This was worse then regular photos. :(

RjbsNXT said...

I think we need an extensive video on the 8043 now... anybody up for it? ;)

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