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LEGO Creator Winter Holiday Train 734pieza(s) Juego de construcción - Juegos de construcción, 12 año(s), 734 Pieza(s), 52 cm, 7 cm, 12 cm
- Marca: Creator
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Altura (máx.): 12 cm
Color del producto: Multicolor
Edad recomendada (mín.): 12 año(s)
Efectos sonoros: No
Figura(s) de juguete incluido: Si
Número de figuras de juguete: 5 pieza(s)
Número de piezas: 734 pieza(s)
Profundidad (min): 52 cm
Width (max): 7 cm
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El tren no incluye motor, aunque en las instrucciones te explica cómo instalarlo en caso de que lo compres por separado.
Incluye 5 minifiguras.
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***Train is not motorized***
This set arrived on the market in the Fall of 2016 at an MSRP of 99.99. It is always wise to crosscheck with Lego to see whether a set is still in production, etc.
The train includes a highly stylized (i.e. toy-like) 4-2-0 steam engine and tender, a short flat car that has a Christmas tree that rotates as the car rolls, and a small caboose. You can remove the roof of the caboose in order to place mini-figures inside.There is a circle of track which measures 27 inches in diameter, which in most cases is not enough to properly circle a Christmas tree. There are five mini-figures: a boy, girl, engineer, conductor, and grandmother. There are small gifts to pile in the flat car, and a small bench that serves as a station.
The train is NOT powered. If you want to motorize it, you will need: 88002 (motor), 8884 (IR receiver), 8879 (IR transmitter), and ONE of the following:
-8878 (rechargeable battery) with 8887 (transformer for recharging)
-88000 (AAA battery box).
These parts are sometimes available from Amazon, but often are most easily sourced from Lego.
This is a fun train. It is small, but the modest size looks okay given the styling and how it fits with existing Winter Village buildings (which tend toward the diminutive). I do recommend extra track, specifically set #7499 (MSRP 19.99) which will help you get a larger layout (though I'm no fan of the flex track). The set is compatible with Lego's other full size trains (e.g. 60052, 60051, and 60098).
Lego's last Christmas train was the Holiday Train (10173) that was available briefly in the last quarter of 2007. The train had a somewhat similar configuration (though it was larger, included a passenger car, and ran on the old 9v system). By early 2008, Lego was discounting the sets to get rid of stock.
This new version should prove much more popular, not because it is a better train set (indeed, many train fans prefer the old one) but because Lego now has a large following of Winter Village fans. The Winter Village line has become a collectible, and this train hits that design motif perfectly. Furthermore, the old Christmas train now sells for hundreds on the secondary market (Bricklink) so there is pent up demand for Christmas trains. Some collectors will be buying the train for resale on the assumption that it will be a few years before Lego releases another such train.
Well, my son loved it. It is a beautiful lego train. I don't know why people are saying this is a small train...it is exactly what I expected from a lego train. It isn't humongous, but it isn't what I would consider small. The tracks are fair quality, but my kids ended up forgoing the tracks and pushed this all over the house, which is what they prefer to do with trains anyway. Do you see that christmas tree section? The tree has a miniature train around it and the tree/trains spin as you push the train along. My sister is a lego geek (has been into legos continuously from 6-26) and she explained to me that the Creator sets are often limited production and that they were kind of special, especially for collectors. So, at the end of the day, this is a beautiful train, but kind of lost on a 3.5 year old. It was lucky that my sister was around for the holidays, because this took quite some time to assemble. As a Creator set, which is usually more difficult/advanced, this took my sister and I more than half a day to complete (with breaks to amuse the kids). This is probably obvious to lego fans, but don't open all the packages at once. The packages are separated by steps. My father got excited and dumped all the pieces into one pile, which prolonged the whole process. At that point, I ended up just separating the pieces by color and we found them all fine that way.
Cons: Not supplied with much track, need to buy motor, need to buy battery packet, need to buy Six AAA batteries.
Lego definitely nickle and dimes you on this set.
End result - wonderful looking train.