LEGO 41999 Review





At first and besides the box is still made of card board, it is a special one with kind of a mate but resembling some sort of plastic finish, and with some glossy details on special elements like the logos and highlighted features from the model. It has a bottom and top, that you can open and close again and again, without damaging it – no wear, no tear.


Lego 41999 Review

Now and still regarding the box, it comes the unavoidable comparation between the boxes from this exclusive set and its older brother 9398. The footprint of the latest is noticeably smaller, which is confirmed by a 32% smaller volume, and this including almost 260 extra parts. With the exclusive parts supplied with this set, and the potential use they could have. In the end pages from the last book, we can see the already usual and helpful parts list.Or if you prefer her they are also, inside the numbered bags. They are printed with a nice metallic silver “ink” too. Due to set size and exclusiveness of many parts, this is a good assortment though!

Do we have a date for this coming to shop@home?

I first saw the thumb picture, it looked like “unrevealed box”. Forgot to mention that aspect while rushing to finish the post, and have edited it now.

Lego Technic 41999, 4×4 Crawler Exclusive Edition Review

This video is integral part of my review to the 2013 LEGO Technic set 41999, 4×4 Crawler Exclusive Edition. The full set review is …


Overall, this set left a great first impression on many because it looked great, and it was going to be very exclusive. Just like the pieces above there are 3 for the right side and 3 for the left side. This 2×4 plate has a unique number between 1-20, 00 printed on it in a silver colour. The number represents what number set you got out of the 20, 000 that were made. The chassis is pretty much the same build on both halves, but it doesn’t seem repetitive since there are so many little things that you have to focus on that you don’t really notice that both sides are a similar build. At the end of the second book the chassis has been built up and the battery box and the receiver are put in.

You also build the winch system for the front of the set. At the end of the third book we start to use the dark blue pieces when building the lower part of the body. At the end of the fourth book we have built the rest of the body and now have a complete model. The winch is motorized which is activated by the switch that’s shown above by the red arrow. There are 2 lights that come with this which shine through the two outer headlights as shown above. It seems odd because the two inner headlights can’t light up, but that could just be me. When you open the left side door the battery box’s power switch can be accessed so that it can be turned on and off easily. The battery box can be taken out of the set so that the batteries can be put in or taken out. This is done by opening the doors then lifting up the upper part of the body. Then you push the little blue piece out so that the red flap can be moved out of the way so that you can have access to the box. The motors aren’t very powerful, and it doesn’t go super fast but it’s fun to drive around. Overall, this set is fun and a challenging build. It has some great functions so that you can have fun driving it around. If this set can be bought at retail then you can make more then double your money once it’s sold. Overall, this set has a great value and you can make your money back and much more. Below is a picture of sets that are close to the size of 41999. If you know what numbered license plate you have you could sell the set for a bit more if it’s a desired number such as the first 100 or #20, 000. Overall, this set is very exclusive because there were only 20, 000 made and each one comes with it’s own unique license plate.



The back of the box shows the set with some of the functions and a couple of the exclusive pieces. This box has a few little pieces of tape at the bottom that you cut off then you lift the front of the box off like a lid, and reveal everything in the box, packaged all nicely. There are four instruction booklets that come with this set. They all display the finished crawler with the crawler’s blue and white stripes as the background. The first booklet has 84 pages, the second 80, the third 75, and the fourth 67. There are 12 bags in total for the pieces, 5 of the number 1 bags and 7 of the number 2 bags. There are nine separate bags that hold each of the power functions pieces which include the motors, lights, battery box, etc. There are 26 stickers that come with this set which is a pretty large amount when you are looking at an exclusive, but they really add to the racing look of this set. Once this set goes completely off the market then there will most likely be some more growth in the value of this set. The two things that this set has going for it is that everything looks good, from the crawler to the box, and that this set is a limited edition which always adds value. Nevertheless this set will see some good growth and will almost definitely get you a good profit.

Lego 41999 Review

Overall, this set will see some good growth since it has already shown big growth on the secondary market and it will most likely get higher in value over the years. The dark blue with the white stripes is definitely an eye catcher and the chrome elements add to the look of the set.

I wouldn’t say this set is big, but it’s a pretty good sized set so you could put it up on a shelf or on a desk to show off. It uses the same dark blue with white stripes as the set so it still shows that nice effect. Either way looks pretty good, and you could get into the topic of the exclusiveness of this set. Overall, the box and the set both look good when displayed and you could tell people about the exclusivity of the set. It is a good build and has some cool functions to play with from a builder’s view, but it is exclusive and showing good growth from an investor’s view. This set stunned me with the pictures online.

Review Of LEGO 41999 1

The navy blue color really caught my eye unlike the original 4×4 crawler that comes in a neon orangy color. As soon as i discovered this set a few nights before its inital release i called up my lego store to see if any were in stock and they were!

Halfway through the 2nd book is when you will break open the 2nd set of bags which wasnt a problem just something i never came across. Some of these parts are the navy blue technic and the metallic technic parts. Oh and lets not forget the your exclusive lisence plate!

There arnt any mini figures in this set but that is expected for something of this nature. It takes more time to take apart then to put together so dont screw up.

I really did not enjoy the first part of the builld. Watching it piece together and actually make the picture is on the box.

I built this remove control car from scratch out of 1500 lego pieces. If lego does infact produce more but with out the exclusive plate itll drop to a 6.The box is the same blue as the truck and does not have a picture of the set on the front. The peices come in 2 types of bags with the instuctions and stickers in another bag. All of the power functions are in small seperate bags scattered around the box. Only down side is you cannot determine your # from the outside of the box. It is a very difficult build but pays off in the end. This set is something to be proud of once it is built and is something to brag about to everyoneeeeee who sets eyes on it.


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