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3929-Piece LEGO Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator Set EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 3929-Piece LEGO Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator Set (42055) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks luffy333

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This LEGO Bucket Wheel Excavator measure over 16"x28"x11"; the largest Technic set ever made. Recommended for ages 12 and up; valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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LEGO Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055 - $199.99 @walmart (stock may be limited)

https://www.walmart.com/ip/LEGO-T...5/51720901
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Great price for a great set. With the power functions this set has provided countless hours of entertainment for the little ones. My nephew and niece spent a good half hour just dropping pieces into the excavation buckets.and watching their progression.
Build wise this one took a while and the gearing was nice and complex.
After building the mechanism does tend to slip with medium pressure. This is by design as a protection for the gears. There are ways around it if you don't care about some gears potentially being eaten up.
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LEGO Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055 - $199.99 @walmart (stock may be limited)

https://www.walmart.com/ip/LEGO-T...5/51720901
Great price for a great set. With the power functions this set has provided countless hours of entertainment for the little ones. My nephew and niece spent a good half hour just dropping pieces into the excavation buckets.and watching their progression.
Build wise this one took a while and the gearing was nice and complex.
After building the mechanism does tend to slip with medium pressure. This is by design as a protection for the gears. There are ways around it if you don't care about some gears potentially being eaten up.
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Hell yes! Just what I had my Lego Technic alert set up for
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145 for the lepin/ali knockoff, so this is a solid deal imo.
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$200!!! That's a deal? Dare I ask what's the full retail for this?
Apparently $279.95 per the website. Amazon currently selling for $259.99.
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$200!!! That's a deal? Marked down from $280. Meh, if this was the Titianic, I might jump on it. Too bad, Lego said they won't do Titanic.
You cannot afford it

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$200!!! That's a deal? Marked down from $280. Meh, if this was the titianic, i might jump on it. Too bad, lego said they won't do titanic.
$279.95
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Apparently $279.95 per the website. Amazon currently selling for $259.99.
You should check out some of the prices for discontinued sets. Buy a $200 5yr CD at the bank, and buy this & put it away for 5 years. Let's see which one does better?
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Got 1 stored away until son is old enough to appreciate it. Thanks toys r us for glitches. RIP
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Power set included! In for just one.
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Hell yes! Just what I had my Lego Technic alert set up for
Would you share how do you set alert for a certain set please?
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You should check out some of the prices for discontinued sets. Buy a $200 5yr CD at the bank, and buy this & put it away for 5 years. Let's see which one does better?
I was wondering. Why anyone would pay that much for a building set too. lol
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You should check out some of the prices for discontinued sets. Buy a $200 5yr CD at the bank, and buy this & put it away for 5 years. Let's see which one does better?
Huh, never thought about investing in Lego sets for my retirement. Unfortunately my one experience holding on to a toy for a long term investment diddnt work out. That 1998 Mark Maguire Starting Lineup is worth less than when I bought it. laugh out loud
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