Friday, December 28, 2012

TBs TechPoll 34 - Most popular and Best selling 2012 LEGO Technic sets

2012 is near the end, and the first 2013 LEGO Technic sets are becoming available a bit everywhere. At the same time we already know almost everything the new year has to offer in terms of new LEGO Technic sets.

Then the time to run a couple of polls, and get to know which are your preferred 2012 LEGO Technic sets and those you have bought from the 2012 assortment. As we know what you prefer is not always exactly what you can afford to buy, we have again launched two polls, to get answers for both questions:
  • Vote for the best 2012 LEGO Technic set!
  • Tell us which LEGO Technic sets have you bought, from the 2012 assortment?

Lets just recap what we got in 2012:

9390: Mini Tow Truck

9391: Tracked Crane

9392: Quad Bike

9393: Tractor

9394: Jet Plane

9395: Pick-Up Tow Truck

9396: Helicopter

9397: Logging Truck

9398: 4x4 Crawler

Thinking about more than one set, that you really like!? No worries... As usual for this type of TBs polls, you may select multiple entries. So let's try to find which were the favorites in 2012, and probably the best sellers.

Find the polls in the right column and... Cast your votes!
You may also leave any comments to support your choices, if you have some remarks you like to share with us.


Ondra said...

Crawler is in my opinion worst rc lego set, too slow with too many bad moves aka differentials in rock crawler or awful colour combinations or also big price compared to non lego rc cars.

Luc2000 said...

Not the worst technic set of the year, and definitely not the worst rc set ever - remember 8183 and 8184? But I agree that the crawler isn't very good. OK, it has nice motors, but it's expensive, ugly and not very complicated.
I voted for the helicopter, although the only set I actually bought this year was the mini tow truck.

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