LEGO Technic 42030 Remote-Controlled Volvo L350F Wheel Load for £127 Amazon/Tesco/Asda. Potentially £127 + 2x£10vouchers from Toys R Us
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LEGO Technic 42030 Remote-Controlled Volvo L350F Wheel Load for £127 Amazon/Tesco/Asda. Potentially £127 + 2x£10vouchers from Toys R Us

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Found 10th Apr 2015
LEGO Technic 42030 Remote-Controlled Volvo L350F Wheel Load for £127

This set Includes the following LEGO® Power Functions components: a servo motor(£20.99), an XL-motor(£7,99), a large motor(£11,99), a medium motor(£5,99), a battery box(£5,50), 2 remote controls(2x£7,47) and 2 infrared receivers(2x£11,50) total of £90.40.

Please note prices for power functions taken from Lego web site, not all items available, prices on e-bay are much higher.

So you getting 9 power functions for £90.40 and 1627 technic peaces for £36,60, this is 2.249p per peace witch is absolutely outstanding value.

Amazon - free delivery
Asda - free lego book
Tesco - some points
Toys R Us (in store) will price mach tesco/asda + they run promotion £10 voucher for spending over £40 + £10 voucher for spending over £40 on lego.

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Meant to vote hot..clicked cold by accident. sorry. this is hot!!!

Good 'online' price via Amazon / Asda George / Tesco direct. My local Asda and Tesco don't stock expensive Lego kits.

I checked the Toys'R'us website and wrt to price match they say:
"At this time we do not have a price matching policy for online or phone orders. However, Toys R Us stores will match any nationally advertised price within 7 days of the advertisement appearing. We will match the price at the time of purchase or within 7 days of purchase. You need to have your original receipt to qualify for price matching. The other retailer must have stock locally at the time of purchase. Coupons cannot be used with price matching. Direct sales, online sales, telesales and mail order offers are excluded. A price match cannot be issued in conjunction with any offer."

Good luck if others can find a Tesco/Asda local store to be used as a price match to TRU. Good luck.

oh my god i want this

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Taff

Good 'online' price via Amazon / Asda George / Tesco direct. My local … Good 'online' price via Amazon / Asda George / Tesco direct. My local Asda and Tesco don't stock expensive Lego kits.I checked the Toys'R'us website and wrt to price match they say:"At this time we do not have a price matching policy for online or phone orders. However, Toys R Us stores will match any nationally advertised price within 7 days of the advertisement appearing. We will match the price at the time of purchase or within 7 days of purchase. You need to have your original receipt to qualify for price matching. The other retailer must have stock locally at the time of purchase. Coupons cannot be used with price matching. Direct sales, online sales, telesales and mail order offers are excluded. A price match cannot be issued in conjunction with any offer."Good luck if others can find a Tesco/Asda local store to be used as a price match to TRU. Good luck.



Toys R Us price mach anything and everything, Amazon if it sold by amazon, online tesco, asda, boots
I price matched Disney online store prices at Xmas on toy story 3 toys .

Asda and tesco offer click and collect so you could argue your corner.

Bought one from amazon yesterday. Don't bother posting lego deals anymore as unless they're giving the stuff away the heat isn't that hot

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Recently I got addicted to Lego, probably spent near £1,5k on it in last month. Done a bit of research. Lego depreciation is very low and a lot of expensive and rear sets prices going up. Lego is discontinuing Technical range much quicker than normal sets, so prices rocket very quickly.

Try to by 9398-1: 4x4 Crawler rrp 139.99 in 2012 amazon.co.uk/s/?…n_b

or


8110-1: Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 400 rrp 154.99 in 2011
amazon.co.uk/s/r…10+

Original Poster

Hallsie

Bought one from amazon yesterday. Don't bother posting lego deals … Bought one from amazon yesterday. Don't bother posting lego deals anymore as unless they're giving the stuff away the heat isn't that hot



Hm its not rely for heat, i try to search this site first if i look for something.
High end Lego is not rely kids toy, its more like alternative to soaps on tv.
I look at it as safe way to spend money, you will get min 80% back from your investment (that's if you are very lazy and unlucky)

I buy it as I enjoy it and I don't plan on selling any of my collection amassed over the last 35 odd years. I usually check the brick set website which has an excellent amazon price comparator.

But does anyone actually pay those crazy £200 plus prices?

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crumpetman

But does anyone actually pay those crazy £200 plus prices?



Very few

Good price and voted hot but I found this set to be disappointing when compared to the 42009 Crane.

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Zaxxan

Good price and voted hot but I found this set to be disappointing when … Good price and voted hot but I found this set to be disappointing when compared to the 42009 Crane.


Its a lot of lego power functions in this set

It's ok, but the power functions are painfully slow

Hot!! Buying so much plastic with my plastic nowadays...

Zaxxan

Good price and voted hot but I found this set to be disappointing when … Good price and voted hot but I found this set to be disappointing when compared to the 42009 Crane.


Really? I got the crane a few months back and loved building it. I was considering the vovlo, 4x4 crawler or unimog next.

I've got the Crawler and Unimog - they're both great sets, I got them along with the motorised Excavator set on a buy 2 get 1 free deal from Argos a few years back.

If you want a set to play with I'd recommend the Crawler as it will drive up and over all sorts and has a decent turn of speed.
If you enjoy the mechanical aspect and prefer the more technical sets then I'd recommend the Unimog.

I was tempted to pick up the Le Mans racer at Toys R Us recently, right up until a bloke walked passed with his girlfriend and mentioned to her you could buy a real car for the same price...

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Strawdog

I've got the Crawler and Unimog - they're both great sets, I got them … I've got the Crawler and Unimog - they're both great sets, I got them along with the motorised Excavator set on a buy 2 get 1 free deal from Argos a few years back.If you want a set to play with I'd recommend the Crawler as it will drive up and over all sorts and has a decent turn of speed.If you enjoy the mechanical aspect and prefer the more technical sets then I'd recommend the Unimog.I was tempted to pick up the Le Mans racer at Toys R Us recently, right up until a bloke walked passed with his girlfriend and mentioned to her you could buy a real car for the same price...



good price
amazon.co.uk/Tec…039
Its big car, not very challenging but green looks awesome

Edited by: "Alq" 12th Apr 2015

Alq

good … good pricehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Technic-LEGO-Hours-Race-Car/dp/B00NVDJQ3A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1428844411&sr=8-1&keywords=42039Its big car, not very challenging but green looks awesome



Tempting but that guy in Toys R Us ruined it for me

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Strawdog

Tempting but that guy in Toys R Us ruined it for me


go for Lego 42029
amazon.co.uk/LEG…XT0 or asda same price

rely good kick around and easy to moc

It's ok to use on small garden? Or I need permission from neighbor?

I would be lying if I said it`s not awesome but no time to build and play with it

Great price but I have to say that its no wear near as fun as the 9398 crawler to build and play with. Great range of parts used though especially the motor range.

got mine today - you should see the size of the box it came in! at least 3 times the size of the set!! still, not a scratch on it which has to be a first for tesco - as part of the same order a ninjago set came in a flimsy grey plastic bag and suffered some damage - you win some....
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