I like the star wars ones, but twofiddy hundred for an r2d2?
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30-08-2013 19:49 #11
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30-08-2013 19:58 #12
Not to mention you lose ONE piece in those fancy schmancy packs and that's it. Never to be made again.
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30-08-2013 20:05 #13
30-08-2013 20:07 #14
30-08-2013 20:55 #15
Oh god yes it's expensive.
I try to convince myself it's okay though, because it lasts FOR-FREAKING-EVER. We have stuff from before I was born, and then stuff from when I was a kid. You wouldn't be able to tell it's old just by looking it - it stays in such awesome condition over the years, so I suppose it's worth it (though I WISH there were more City kits too... themed Lego is fine, but not when it dominates - that stuff doesn't outlast time as well as generic Lego does!).
30-08-2013 21:29 #16
I have to go against the grain here... I think in the sea of cheap cr@p adorning the shelves, all destined for landfill in 12 months or less, Lego remains a shining ray of hope.
If merchandise is good quality and ethically made it's almost always reflected in the price. I'm more concerned about the cheap stuff.
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30-08-2013 21:50 #17
30-08-2013 21:51 #18
I actually like Lego too.
We had a LOT of duplo / megablocks stuff as DD loved for a long time. I sold it on ebay and bought a heap of Lego Friends, which DD now loves more than anything. Every birthday, christmas etc its always easy ...
Friends birthdays are always easy ... lego is good.
yes, its way overpriced for a small amount of plastic - but I pay it all the same as it does last. (DD also has a large box of Lego from when my nephews were kids 20 years ago ... and its still in perfect condition)
30-08-2013 21:57 #19
30-08-2013 22:22 #20
I seriously regret selling all my Lego at a garage sale back in the mid nineties so I could by my first Internet modem.
I had an awesome horse ranch set.
Baby #1 due 28/03/2014!!
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