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LEGO 75894 Speed Champions 1967 Mini Cooper £29.97 @ ASDA / George (Free click and collect)
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LEGO 75894 Speed Champions 1967 Mini Cooper £29.97 @ ASDA / George (Free click and collect)

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Posted 16th Nov 2019

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Stage a classic vs. modern rally race with this cool LEGO Speed Champions 75894 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy toy car playset! The 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally features a roof rack with 2 spare tires (just like the original car), while the 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy has suspension to drive over rough terrain. Play out the best rally car racing scenarios with 4 LEGO minifigures and a fully equipped pit stop station, including a buildable car jack stand, a mechanic’s creeper, tool racks, assorted tools and computer screen elements.

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13 Comments
I like the look of this set but, even at 481 pieces, I don’t think it’s worth £45
waysan16/11/2019 09:13

I like the look of this set but, even at 481 pieces, I don’t think it’s wor …I like the look of this set but, even at 481 pieces, I don’t think it’s worth £45


If you want to use actual metrics to determine value, you use total pieces and cost to determine whether the lego set is worth it. 0.10p per piece of lego is considered the gold standard among collectors. With this deal it works out at 0.08p per piece.
Really tempted because that Mini Cooper is amazing but then that John Works looks dreadful and the side build is alright, imma wait for Black Friday and hope its reduced a bit
I wish Shell garages would do the Lego cars again.
I'm tempted to buy this so that I can use that the buggy to turn my 911 turbo into a Safari build...not sure if it's possible though and 29 is too big a gamble.
AnkerMan16/11/2019 09:37

If you want to use actual metrics to determine value, you use total pieces …If you want to use actual metrics to determine value, you use total pieces and cost to determine whether the lego set is worth it. 0.10p per piece of lego is considered the gold standard among collectors. With this deal it works out at 0.08p per piece.


That's the WORST metric to use! It should be price per gramme, not per piece. If it's small pieces, the value is poor and vice versa. Since LEGO have to pay the BMW licence for this set, you're unlikely to see it cheaper.
ScabbyTabby16/11/2019 13:47

That's the WORST metric to use! It should be price per gramme, not per …That's the WORST metric to use! It should be price per gramme, not per piece. If it's small pieces, the value is poor and vice versa. Since LEGO have to pay the BMW licence for this set, you're unlikely to see it cheaper.


Its a better metric than someones subjective and possibly biased pov. When it comes to lego, i seen the price per piece used to determine value. Do you have more info on the subject?
AnkerMan16/11/2019 09:37

If you want to use actual metrics to determine value, you use total pieces …If you want to use actual metrics to determine value, you use total pieces and cost to determine whether the lego set is worth it. 0.10p per piece of lego is considered the gold standard among collectors. With this deal it works out at 0.08p per piece.


Wow that's a steal.... Wait maybe you mean £0.10 or 10p.....£0.08 or 8p.
Edited by: "benkenobi" 16th Nov 2019
AnkerMan16/11/2019 13:55

Its a better metric than someones subjective and possibly biased pov. When …Its a better metric than someones subjective and possibly biased pov. When it comes to lego, i seen the price per piece used to determine value. Do you have more info on the subject?


And that was sort of my point - 481 pieces for £30 is relatively good value at c. 8p a piece IF you want to use that not unreasonable metric however IMO it still looks like poor value and you’re probably paying for licensing etc. How is this better value than the Porsche set at one third the price or the Ford Focus at a quarter the price?
Perfect wanted the mini so will sell rest
Hmmm... If £20 buys you 1KG of 4x2x1 bricks (eg. 10p/piece) or 1KG of 1x1 tiles (eg. 1p/piece), are you saying that the tiles work out 90% cheaper even though the weight of ABS plastic is the same? Give me weight over quantity any day!
ScabbyTabby16/11/2019 18:52

Hmmm... If £20 buys you 1KG of 4x2x1 bricks (eg. 10p/piece) or 1KG of 1x1 …Hmmm... If £20 buys you 1KG of 4x2x1 bricks (eg. 10p/piece) or 1KG of 1x1 tiles (eg. 1p/piece), are you saying that the tiles work out 90% cheaper even though the weight of ABS plastic is the same? Give me weight over quantity any day!



Not saying anything. There's a metric that determines value of a licensed Lego set amongst Lego community. Then there's another one that determines what's makes this set hot on hotukdeals. I weigh up those factors when posting deals here.
Sure you could buy a KG of generic bricks at your prices but then the finished product would look nothing like the models you see on the Lego boxes lol
Just picked mine up happy with it , as mentioned only want mini so all good
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