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Lego 42109 Top Gear Rally Car With App Controlled £84.26 @ Amazon Germany
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Lego 42109 Top Gear Rally Car With App Controlled £84.26 @ Amazon Germany

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Posted 17th Apr

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Good price, €92.77 + €5.04 delivery minus a €3.78 voucher = €94.03 (£82).

Features & details
This toy rally car model is controlled by the LEGO Technic CONTROL+ app and powered by an advanced smart hub with an XL motor and an L motor.
Features multifunctional gyro control, fantastic colour scheme with stickers and great details, ideal for kids who love racing toys
With this advanced construction model, drivers can steer, accelerate, brake, play sound effects and get real-time feedback
Operation via a smart device with three screens: Function and Gyro Control plus Features.Go to LEGO.com/dev…eck for compatible devices
The full functionality requires 6 x AA 1.5 V batteries in the Smart Hub. This set is not compatible with LEGO Power Functions systems
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This is a fair price for a decent set that was a tad overpriced to begin with. What people need to understand is these LEGO Power Up or Control+ sets all contain fairly pricey electronics. This set includes a power hub, large motor and a smaller motor which going off the prices from LEGO shop the motors would be around £15 each and the hub would be around £45, so together thats already around £85 on just the three techy bits.

Then on top of the 3 electronics there are 460 pieces that go into remaining £40 which for the price per part gurus out there is 8 pence per piece. Also bare in mind that some of that £124.99 RRP some might pay is for licensing fees and research and design.

So its not that badly price in the grand scheme of things. Most sets that have these Powered Up or Control+ pieces are fairly pricey because of the tech.
fossit17/04/2020 19:32

Seems pretty expensive to me for what it is.


This is cheap for Lego. Todays hottest deal so far is a Lego car thats completely static with no remote control for £79.99 hotukdeals.com/dea…242
Edited by: "stuellis" 17th Apr
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Seems pretty expensive to me for what it is.
fossit17/04/2020 19:32

Seems pretty expensive to me for what it is.


You don’t really see them any lower if your after one, a lot cheaper than Lego site
fossit17/04/2020 19:32

Seems pretty expensive to me for what it is.


This is cheap for Lego. Todays hottest deal so far is a Lego car thats completely static with no remote control for £79.99 hotukdeals.com/dea…242
Edited by: "stuellis" 17th Apr
fossit17/04/2020 19:32

Seems pretty expensive to me for what it is.


You are paying a lot more for the Lego and Top Gear branding than for the plastic blocks. Some people like that though.
This is a fair price for a decent set that was a tad overpriced to begin with. What people need to understand is these LEGO Power Up or Control+ sets all contain fairly pricey electronics. This set includes a power hub, large motor and a smaller motor which going off the prices from LEGO shop the motors would be around £15 each and the hub would be around £45, so together thats already around £85 on just the three techy bits.

Then on top of the 3 electronics there are 460 pieces that go into remaining £40 which for the price per part gurus out there is 8 pence per piece. Also bare in mind that some of that £124.99 RRP some might pay is for licensing fees and research and design.

So its not that badly price in the grand scheme of things. Most sets that have these Powered Up or Control+ pieces are fairly pricey because of the tech.
Can you switch the motors into other lego vehicles?
minifig29017/04/2020 20:01

This is a fair price for a decent set that was a tad overpriced to begin …This is a fair price for a decent set that was a tad overpriced to begin with. What people need to understand is these LEGO Power Up or Control+ sets all contain fairly pricey electronics. This set includes a power hub, large motor and a smaller motor which going off the prices from LEGO shop the motors would be around £15 each and the hub would be around £45, so together thats already around £85 on just the three techy bits.Then on top of the 3 electronics there are 460 pieces that go into remaining £40 which for the price per part gurus out there is 8 pence per piece. Also bare in mind that some of that £124.99 RRP some might pay is for licensing fees and research and design.So its not that badly price in the grand scheme of things. Most sets that have these Powered Up or Control+ pieces are fairly pricey because of the tech.


Thanks for writing that up. Seen many lego deals and always wondered if they’re actually worth it. You post helps me decide better.
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