LEGO 42110 Technic Land Rover Defender Off Roader 4x4 Car Toy

LEGO 42110 Technic Land Rover Defender Off Roader 4x4 Car Toy


LEGO 42110 Technic Land Rover Defender Off Roader 4x4 Car Toy, Exclusive Model Advanced Building Kit, Collectable Toys Set


Website Price Link
Smyths Toys £159.99 Checkout Now
Amazon £144.95 Checkout Now
The price of Amazon and Smyths Toys products keeps fluctuating, and that's why you must have a look by clicking on both the links once.


Screenshots

 




Features

  • Features authentically designed bodywork with Land Rover emblems, original-design rims with ground-gripping tyres, plus a detailed cabin
  • The car model also features removable roof rack with storage box, pannier, ladder and traction mats, opening doors, bonnet and rear door
  • The cabin features a detailed dashboard, working steering wheel and forward-folding rear seats that reveal the 4-speed sequential gearbox
  • Functions include a 4-speed sequential gearbox, All Wheel Drive with 3 differentials, independent suspension and detailed 6-cylinder engine
  • The Land rover model also has a transmission system with 2 levers for engaging high or low gear ratios and a selector for changing gear
  • This collectable car model kit for kids 11+ and adults with its clean, modern lines is a great display piece for the home or office
  • The LEGO car model building kits make an ideal Christmas or birthday gift for Land Rover enthusiasts and fans of collectable toys

Reviews

  1. I ummed and ahhed about spending this much on a Lego set, but when I finally took the plunge, I had a great time building this, despite the fact that there were a couple of pieces missing. Didn't think I could downgrade it a whole star though as the parts were sent reasonably quickly, even the piece that was out of stock. I'd be lying if I said it didn't spoil the build a little, since after the first missing part, I was constantly expecting more, but in terms of the wait, I'd never planned on building it quickly anyway, There was an issue with the driveshafts on the build but according to the interweb, you simply have to make sure you properly align the centres of the 2 universal joints and then you're all good. To be fair the instructions show it being built this way but you have to be fairly eagle eyed to spot it. Finished, it hangs together really well. I chose the set partly because I'm interested in the new Defender but also the shape lends itself well to being made out of bricks.
  2. This is EPIC. My almost 10yr old is loving building this. The picture is the build at stage 717 out of 860. He’s probably spent around 20 hours on it so far and can’t wait to finish so he can play with it. It’s a great size, and being technic Lego it’s robust too. Favourite features include the fact that the wheels are controlled by either pushing it from the roof or from the steering wheel. We also love the locking boot mechanism and my sons favourite are the gears and pistons that move under the bonnet. It’s just brilliant, yes a slightly higher price than would be comfortable for most parents wallets, but as a main present it won’t disappoint. Definitely enjoyed by any Lego enthusiast young or old, and a great toy / model once complete. We’ve got more Lego than any household could ever need; from millennium falcons to ghostbuster houses we love our epic builds, but this is by far and away our unanimous favourite!

0 Comments: