Wednesday, January 16, 2013

LEGO Technic Co Creation - Vote Now!

There are 7 days to go!

The LEGO Technic Competition 2012, is waiting for your vote.

So far more than 1000 people have already voted. We would like you to help in getting even more votes for this fantastic contest!
The more votes we get in there, the better the chances are that the LEGO Technic Team can do something like this again.

Cast your vote!

Please note that voting ends on January 22nd.


Kenneth Westelinck said...

Please vote for the Highway Enforcer. Seems "the boss" is gaining momentum somehow and has now surpassed the Highway Enforcer. "the boss" must be the ugliest design I have ever seen, so please vote for the Enforcer. Thanks!

EpicentrE7 said...

As far as I can see, The Boss is the only one that has any additional functionality (as generic and uninteresting as it is) over that which is included in the chassis, as there are pictures showing it includes a motorised winch and lights.

Maybe that's why it's getting votes; people who are voting for the only entry of which the differences from the original arn't purely aesthetic.

generic.x.user said...

The Boss entry is getting lots of votes from Russian community. Higheway Enforcer's creator did not market his/her creation in social network and Lego forums - that's why it is attracting fewer votes in spite of being a better design. At least if Boss car wins I won't bother to buy it (saving me money). The Police Car is really the best entry.

Kenneth Westelinck said...

Well, you could buy it for the parts :)
That's what I am going to do. Never build it, but interesting parts (portal axle, servo motor, ...)

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