Top 10 Biggest LEGO Sets – Summer 2017

 by  originally posted August 17, 2017 

Back in April, I wrote a post for the April A-to-Z blogging challenge called “B is for Big – Top 10 Biggest LEGO Sets“. The article has been hugely popular. Given that popularity, and the fact that it is now out of date, I thought I would give it a little tweak today. So, as of August 16, 2017, here are the top 10 biggest LEGO sets!

10. Bucket Wheel Excavator (42055)

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See the rest at: Top 10 Biggest LEGO Sets – Summer 2017

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What’s LEGO Going to Cost You? (Summer 2017 Edition – Part II)

Posted on June 2, 2017

I’ve already posted my usual review of the latest LEGO catalogue (click here to read it). But, this time around, I thought I would expand on that a little, and provide some more information. Hopefully this will help someone out there in making some of those hard budgeting decisions. I have been particularly looking forward to some of the new City sets, so I thought I would start there. As I mentioned in Part I of my catalogue review, I was a little disappointed that all of the new sets were not included in this catalogue. In fact, out of 13 new City sets on the market, only seven are in the catalogue. So, I have included the other new sets here too, since I am pretty excited about some of them.

Read the rest of this great blog here: What’s LEGO Going to Cost You? (Summer 2017 Edition – Part II)

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What’s LEGO Going to Cost You? (Summer 2017 Edition – Part I)

Posted on June 1, 2017 Standard

I opened my mailbox a couple of days ago (my actual mailbox, not my email) and was delighted to find the latest LEGO catalogue. Since then, I have spent some time scouring its pages, and putting together my analysis of trends in the catalogue. I like to do this to get an idea of the current average cost of LEGO, which helps with my set reviews. Having done this now with the past few catalogues, I am also starting to see overall trends in LEGO pricing. Before I delve into the review, I will point out that this analysis has been completed with the Canadian Summer 2017 LEGO Catalogue, which will be different from that seen in other countries. All prices are, naturally, in Canadian dollars. Now, without further delay, here is what I am seeing!

Read the rest of this great blog here: What’s LEGO Going to Cost You? (Summer 2017 Edition – Part I)

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