LEGO TECHNIC RC Excavator For Sale 8043

LEGO TECHNIC  RC Excavator For Sale 8043

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LEGO TECHNIC  Motorized Excavator 8043
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No construction project is too big for this heavy-duty excavator! Flip a switch on the Power Functions dual infrared remote control to drive the excavator and spin the cabin 360? or to raise and lower the articulated arm and operate the shovel for digging. Rebuilds into a Tracked Loader. Features include: •Fully remote controlled excavator •Double remote controls tracks to run back and forth, arm to raise and lower and shovel to dig •Rebuilds into a Tracked Loader •Cabin spins 360 degrees •1,123 LEGO pieces

Details

  • Fully remote controlled excavator
  • Double remote controls tracks to run back and forth, arm to raise and lower and shovel to dig
  • Rebuilds into a Tracked Loader
  • Cabin spins 360 degrees
  • 1,123 LEGO pieces

LEGO TECHNIC Motorized Excavator 8043

LEGO TECHNIC  Motorized Excavator 8043    Rating:
List Price: $229.99
Sale Price: $420.00
(as of 12/17/2014 11:18 UTC - Details)

Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Review By Malmo
Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars   Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars   Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
“I bought set 8052 (blue container truck) for my 9-yr old son and it advertised this rc excavator in the manual. He really loved that blue truck and built the two models. So for his 10th birthday he was so much set on getting the toy excavator, that we put some birthday money from different people together and bought it. I told him to wait until the weekend, but he can’t think about anything else so he and his 8-yr old brother started themselves: it’s now nearly finished. It’s an absolutely wonderful machine and better than I expected. It’s not only much bigger than the truck, but much more complicated also. As with the previous review, my kids, both the 8-yr old and the 10-yr old are able to put this set together, but mine had some experience with the concept of following the instructions from the easier 8052 set. It should totally please kids within the 12-16 age given on the package, and I would expect until far beyond. It’s really pricey, but defenitely worth the money and considerably better (bigger, more complicated) than the other cheaper packages. Both of my sons want to be engineers, so I guess it’s a good start ;).”

 

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