Saturday, February 15, 2014

New media from LEGOWORLD DK

LEGOWOLD Copenhagen is running until tomorrow (13-16.Feb) and this year we can find there the 2H LEGO Technic sets available for the children to try and play with them.

The use of a real L350F rocket bucket to put the children playing inside was really nice idea!
There they can load from a pile of bricks and dispose them at the dump trucks improvised from of the old 8258 Crane Truck released in 2009.



It is also an opportunity to get better images and close-ups from the sets details not yet seen before.
Bellow some reasonable quality images from the 42028 Bulldozer (for the first time) and 42029 Customized Pickup Truck.



From the Bulldozer image, I guess the rear knob controls the ripper and the exhaust pipe is used to raise/lower the front blade.

We have also some short and raw videos from all the models, nice close-ups with the inner details and children trying the new models.
One example bellow. I still think the servo based steering from 42030 VOLVO L350F Wheel Loader is too abrupt and jerky...




Sell all them from the BrickGlow YouTube channel here.


3 comments:

Marin said...

The steering may be jerky but I welcome the servo motor. I still haven't got one and this set looks like a great way to get my hands on it together with some other PF stuff and 4 more Unimog tyres. :)

Fernando Correia said...

@Marin

That's a valid point of course! :)

Dave said...

At Lego World 2014, check out the video of the HUGE, lifesize model of the Lego 8880 Super Car: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9QOdpZm09s . Too bad The Lego Group doesn't re-release that classic Technic set.

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