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Build the ultimate Decepticon villain, Megatron, in vehicle or robot mode with this 2-in-1 set of 310 KRE-O construction pieces!
Includes 4 KREON figures: Megatron, Shockwave, Specialist and Police Officer!
2-in-1 KRE-O construction set lets you build Megatron as a robot figure or as a truck!
In vehicle mode, up to 2 of your KREON figures can ride inside the cab of the truck.
Set includes 310 KRE-O pieces and 4 KREON figures.
Product does not convert.
For ages 8 years and over.
Free to reserve & collect
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#41
adrienne1945
They made £3.3 billion sales on amazon uk last year and paid NO corporation tax on the profits
Good. Hopefully one day the rest of us can follow suit when a government decides to do the right thing and change the main source tax to something other than our productivity.
banned#42
Is the RRP or normal price realistic anyone know?

RRP's mean absolutely nothing and are used only to fool the gullible consumer.
#43
I cannot seem to find a link to the amazon site for this toy. Can anyone post the link? Argos are out of stock! Cheers
#44
Creation12345
I cannot seem to find a link to the amazon site for this toy. Can anyone post the link? Argos are out of stock! Cheers
just go to the home page, and type in KREO. they are all listed, many of them half price or better.
#45
adrienne1945
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adrienne1945
Hey guys why are you going for the Amazon option for the same item? At least Argos/HRG pay UK tax and employ loads of people. Don't get me wrong I always buy from Amazon if deal is best but think it best to buy from UK taxpaying companies when prices are same. Just giving my opinion and do not mean to offend anybody

Very noble, but if people were really bothered Apple would be out of business as they're the biggest criminals of the lot.

True but Apple are a Trade name manufacturing goods which we can still buy from uk taxpaying businesses.. Amazon mainly sell other manufacturers goods which can also be bought elsewhere. So all I'm saying if its the same price why not support British, and use British employing/ taxpaying companies even if the parent company is a foreign one





By the way, everybody should cancel their contracts with Vodaphone!

And on my way to the shop I am going to punch all those sponges from the council building in the corner cos' they ain't paying tax either!
#46
typical.... government just finds another excuse to take more money, rise prices and make excuses....then the inbred follow like sheeps
#47
Mega inflated price more like. Thought megatron was a gun?
#48
Where is this £8.75 on Amazon? Can't find it and Argos are OOS for me.
#49
reserved ( I think!)
#50
Picked mine up today. It was out of stock within all local stores, but I ordered for delivery to store and it arrived promptly,
#51
Back up in price at Amazon; now £15.99.
OOS to order into store
Just ordered the last one at a not very local store - might have to hunt for a few more bargains now to justify the journey!!
#52
picked mine up today. Great price I thought and my son loves it. There is a lot of building involved though
#53
Bloody hell took me and my 9 year old two hours almost just to make the truck model, told him he's not allowed to make it in to Megatron until next weekend now. Backs killing me now! The instructions on this aren't as clear as the Lego instructions though.
#54
thank you - managed to get one someone must have failed to collect & now my 4 year old got daddy up at 7am to build it as he was so excited. My son now thinks I am brilliant, not so sure my husband shares that feeling - 45 minutes in and still alot of building to go!
#55
SHOWMAN36
Is the RRP or normal price realistic anyone know?

RRP's mean absolutely nothing and are used only to fool the gullible consumer.


Tell that to Apple users!

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