Sunday, October 24, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #42 - The Kingdom is in danger!...

Just hilarious!

I'm the King. I'm the King! I am the King!!



And then you ask "what does this was to do with LEGO Technic?".
- Apart from being LEGO? Nothing! Absolutely nothing this time!... Just found it too much hilarious and BTW, he is the King!...

Some issue yet to clarify, at some production line, should be producing jumping crowns like this one.

Hey!!! The LEGO Kingdom is in danger!...

5 comments:

toa-of-justice said...

Is there a spring in that crown? Or is there a production flaw in the crown that prevents it from sticking to the head? It's a little hard to tell from the video.

Either way, I enjoyed it. Thanks!

-Toa Of Justice

Conchas said...

No there is no spring. :)

It seems to be a production issue, currently under investigation.

222Doc said...

Quaity has gone south since they out sourced in many areas. general fit of many parts are not what they used to be. I see this more and more in my projects.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a third party chrome job.

When official precise parts have a layer of chrome added to them, the tolerances are ruined so that bits don't fit properly.

Ulf Andersson said...

Made in China?

I´m collecting some mini-figs
and I have noticed that the new
heads aren´t as good as the older one´s.
Everything isn´t always better
in the future. Some things were really
better back in the "good old days".

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