LEGO Creator Propeller Plane (31047) Speed Build Video

10 Jan
LEGO Creator Propellor Plane 31047
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Another selection from YouTube channel of AustrianLegoFan, this time we are featuring their speed build video of the LEGO City Great Vehicles Ferry (60119) kit.

This is a small kit, consisting of 230 pieces; however it is another 3-in-1 kits from LEGO for building either a Propeller Plane, Hydroplane or Helicopter out of the box.

The speed build video of this 230 piece kit is just over three minutes long.

Buy this kit from amazon through the link below and build your own!

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LEGO Creator Propeller Plane 31047 Building Toy, Vehicle Set

Features: Building toy features spinning propellers, retractable wheels and an opening cockpit with room for a minifigure (not included), Propeller Plane measures over 4″ (11cm) high, 7″ (19cm) long and 9″ (25cm) wide, Hydroplane measures over 1″ (5cm) high, 8″ (21cm) long and 4″ (11cm) wide, Helicopter measures over 3″ (8cm) high, 10″ (26cm) long and 7″ (20cm) wide, This vehicle set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 7-12

Experience this classic aircraft vehicle set, featuring a beautiful red, white and black color scheme, spinning propellers and an opening cockpit with room for a minifigure (not included). Climb aboard, zoom down the runway and launch into the air. When you’ve completed your flight, lower the wheels to make a perfect landing! This 3-in-1 LEGO Creator building toy rebuilds into a high-tech hydroplane or a helicopter.
List Price: $19.99 USD
New From: $34.72 USD In Stock

LEGO Boost First Look, A Robotic Kit With An Emphasis on Building | The Huffington Post

9 Jan
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Filed under “LEGO News You May Have Missed” is a brief article dated 1/9/2017 by Dan Nessel featured on the Huffington Post for the LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox robotics kit being released in August of 2017 by LEGO.

Dan covers his impressions and the basic features of the LEGO Boost.

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As featured in the article LEGO Boost First Look, A Robotic Kit With An Emphasis on Building at the Huffington Post.

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