Friday, November 8, 2013

PF scalping prices

For those who may have not seen it yet, LPF Large and Servo motors have meanwhile became available from LEGO.com/Shop website.



These are selling at exorbitant prices, but that's nothing we wasn't already expecting!

For the countries with Euro currency, prices range between the values below,
  • PF Large Motor: 12,99 - 17,99€
  • PF Servo Motor: 24,99 - 29,99€

At US prices are respectively,
  • PF Large Motor: $13,99
  • PF Servo Motor: $24,99

Fortunately this time, at least some of us may have access to better deals at some BrickLink stores.

7 comments:

crowkillers said...

The cheapest Servo Motor currently on Bricklink is $29.95 USD

The cheapest L motor is $15 USD from a seller in the U.S. and the prices go up from there...

I know My wife was selling(and sold out of) the servo motors for $35... of course this was before they were released from Lego to buy...

thirdwigg said...

I am still getting the coming soon for the Servo in the US.

Dave said...

Yeah, that Servo Motor was supposed to be offered on Shop.Lego.com in March 2013 -- we're STILL waiting for it in the USA. :(

tinyat.lo said...

In September, I bought a new L Motor with a AA-battery box at HKD260 from a shop which is selling parts. Obviously it was come from the set 42009 :)
Is it still too expensive?

Fernando Correia said...

@Dave

They're available at LEGO Education US website! ;)

Alessandro Bartoli said...

the Lego Shop website seems to be down..can not see any product..

Fernando Correia said...

Same thing here.
The website is working fine, but no products listed!

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