Thursday, April 26, 2012

Official box images from 2H2012 LEGO Technic sets

TAFOL Eurobricks user, reported the first non-watermarked images from some of the 2H LEGO Technic sets at this Swiss LEGO online store.
Namely he found images from the 9393 Tractor and 9396 Helicopter.


The tractor will add to the variety of modern Technic panels in Lime color.

As for the prices seen at this store we can see:
  • 9393 - 39,90 SFr.
  • 9396 - 129,00 SFr.

The 9398 Offroader is also listed at the same store (although without any image) at the price of 249,00 SFr. (1 SFr. is approximately equal to 0,83 EUR and 1,10 USD).

4 comments:

Ryan said...

Is it just bad rendering or does the tractor have new bended black beams in the front?

Or is this just the 3x5 thin liftarm quarter ellips?

Fernando Correia said...

@Ryan

Most like it is this part: 111b

MattTheTubaGuy said...

that would make sense. haven't seen that part before, only the older version of it.
Helicopter = awesome!

Alessandro Bartoli said...

Swiss Lego prices are usually at least 10/15% higher than the exchange rate adjusted price in Euro.
So in case of the Off-roader, rather than converting this Swiss Franc price inot Euro, I would look at a price in Eur similar to the Unimog.

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