nano block tf

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  1. ssjkazer

    ssjkazer mr dyslexia

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  2. Smashs

    Smashs Internet: Pure Truth Moderator TFW2005 Supporter

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    What could possibly cause them to be $55?!
     
  3. Dachande

    Dachande Janitor. Moderator TFW2005 Supporter

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    Nano Blocks are pretty expensive. They're basically really tiny Legos.
    They'll probably be around $40 at retail.
     
  4. harveydent

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    Plus, this looks like it's battery operated and radio-controlled
     
  5. ssjkazer

    ssjkazer mr dyslexia

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    There kinda cool
     
  6. LegendAntihero

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    What a rip off. This is an easy pass for me
     
  7. Technostorm98

    Technostorm98 Plastic Collector

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    Nope, tried to help my little sister w/ the sheep. I finally got it done, but those blocks DO NOT hold together! You might as well light $30 on fire if you're gonna buy one of these.
     
  8. Novaburnhilde

    Novaburnhilde シン・ブリュンヒルド

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    Those look cute. :) 
     
  9. vrba79

    vrba79 Well-Known Member

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    They're cute, but they've got nothing on Kreons.
     
  10. [Wing_Saber-X]

    [Wing_Saber-X] Takara Fanboy Collector

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    if I want chibified tf's I will stick to non-lego looking Chrono-Q's thanks/
     
  11. tfcrafter

    tfcrafter Customizer and LEGO MOCer

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    I doubt it. There's no way you could fit a drive axle through those wheels. And speaking of the wheels, how is it supposed to roll on those square-looking things? The Bumblebee, that is. If it is going to be R/C, the Optimus looks like the only one that works.
     
  12. CapnScumbone

    CapnScumbone Ruiner of mirth

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    Normally I approve of choking hazards, but we already have lego transformers that don't transform, despite the fact that people can easily create builds that DO. Find someone talented enough to design them that way and maybe i'd consider a price tag equal to a sushi dinner for two.