Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Designers videos on 1H15 LEGO Technic sets

Don't ask me how but sometimes LEGO official produced videos pops first somewhere else than LEGO website or even their own YouTube Channel...

So it was again the case for the LEGO Technic Designers videos presenting the new 1H 2015 set, which appeared in the YT channel of a Dutch store.

And here they are in order of the set reference.

42031 - Cherry Picker



42032 - Compact Track Loader



42033 + 42034 - Record Breaker + Quad Bike



42035 - Mining Truck



42036 - Street Motorcycle



42037 - Formula Off-Roader



42038 - Arctic Truck



42039 - 24 Hours Race Car



It is missing the 42041 Race Truck, but nothing new as it is a re-edition from a 2010 set.

On my side, I'm still working on the new sets reviews and videos...



Bye!

2 comments:

Blakbird said...

All the videos mention downloading the instructions, but are they actually available yet? I can't find them on the LEGO website.

Fernando Correia said...

@Blakbird,

Only three of them are available so far (the same available at S@H US).
I think the issue was that the videos leaked too soon... realize they haven't been published yet at any LEGO official channel.

I always wonder how can these leaks happen... :P

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