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Peso articolo 1,52 kg 240 grammi 281 grammi 2,7 kg 2,74 kg 1,8 kg
Indica l'età massima consigliata dal produttore. 144 144 144 144 1.188
Materiale plastica Plastica Plastica Plastica Plastica Plastica
Anno modello 2013 2011 2011 2014 2015 2014
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Specifiche prodotto
Peso articolo1,5 Kg
Dimensioni prodotto54 x 9,1 x 28,2 cm
Età consigliata dal produttore:8 mesi e più
Numero modello articolo79111
Obiettivi educativiAbilità, Combinare, Pensiero spaziale
Numero modello79111
Assemblaggio necessarioNo
Batterie/Pile necessarie?No
Batterie/Pile incluse?No
Tipi di materialeplastica
Telecomando incluso?No
  
Ulteriori informazioni
ASINB0094J59MC
Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon n. 91.459 in Giochi e giocattoli (Visualizza i Top 100)
Peso di spedizione1,6 Kg
Restrizioni di spedizioneQuesto articolo è disponibile per l'esportazione in paesi selezionati al di fuori dell'Unione Europea.
Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal10 aprile 2013
  
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Includes 7 minifigures with weapons and accessories;Features Constitution train, a full set of track, exploding water tower and the Lone Ranger's horse, Silver;Features locomotive with lots of authentic detailing, coal car with secret hideout, wagon with rotating gatling gun;Water tower features exploding function, detachable container and water elements;Weapons include 3 revolvers, rifle, sword and a slingshot


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purtroppo i tempi di spedizione si sono dilatati e il gioco non sarebbe arrivato entro Natale. Il rivenditore ci ha chiesto se volevamo recedere dall'acquisto e cosi abbiam fatto. Abbiamo molto gradito il comportamento del rivenditore. Peccato non averlo ricevuto doveva essere un gioco fantastico...
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Di Luca il 7 agosto 2014
come al solito spedizione veloce e prodotto eccellente. il risparmio è notevole rispetto all'acquisto in un qualsiasi altro negozio!
la qualità LEGO non delude mai!
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come del resto tutti i prodotti lego. Adattandoci il motore del treno lego city, si può anche farlo andare da solo.
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Amazon.com: 5.0 su 5 stelle 3 recensioni
0 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 14 gennaio 2015
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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2 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Lego's 2013 Lone Ranger Train 18 luglio 2013
Di R. Ferguson - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
**This set is NOT motorized. It does include track.**

**This set was officially released on 4/15/13. As of late December 2013, Lego listed this product as retiring soon. Expect prices to rise as the set becomes scarce. MSRP was 99.99. Please check my Lego train guide (click through my name, then click the guides tab) for up-to-date pricing and train/track/parts availability information. It is always wise to crosscheck with Lego.**

I am the nut-job parent that you'll see in some of the other train reviews. I grew up with Lego and returned to it when I had kids. Obviously I am terribly partial to Lego (ignore my star ratings), but I'll give you the best review I can so that you can make the decision that is right for your kids. I do not receive free sets or compensation for my Lego reviews.

I think this is a great set in terms of design and value (see my guide for MSRP). This is an old west steam engine, a 4-6-0, with a tender and two cars. The engine and tender are done in green, black and gray and use Lego's larger diameter steam engine drivers (wheels). The two cars are a flat car with a rotating Gatling gun (made from binoculars and a barrel) and a boxcar. The tender has a hatch-top, just like the old Harry Potter train. There is a simple water tower and an oval track (16 curves and 4 straights, the oval measures approximately 28x38 inches). It includes the Lone Ranger, Tonto, Rebecca Reid, Dan Reid, Butch Cavendish, Latham Cole, Capt. Jay Fuller, and the Lone Ranger's horse, Silver. The water tower is designed to be blown up (a lever tips it over), the boxcar has a lever on the top that blows off the back end, and there is a small rock pile that explodes (via another lever).

Lego really has increased their usual level of detail, well above what they did for the Toy Story or Harry Potter trains. While the set targets movie-going children, it will also have strong appeal for Lego train fans regardless of age. The engine itself does not appear to be modeled on one particular model from history (the movie engine was itself a prop built for filming). Some enthusiasts would have preferred an engine with driving gear (e.g., all the linkages between the wheels and the steam pistons) but the set strikes a good balance between ease of build/playability and authenticity. It is easy enough to add Technic parts to create the look of linkages if you are so inclined. As old west trains go, this is one of Lego's most detailed and accurate, if only because the large steam engine drivers have only been available since the Emerald Night (#10194 released in 2009). The closest that earlier sets have come to this was 10205 and its kin offered in the 2001-2004 timeframe.

As I noted, the set is not motorized, nor does it come with directions for motorization. Motorization is not required; my kids have lots of fun with non-motorized trains. Motorization of this train is not as straightforward as it is for most of Lego's other recent releases (e.g., the Horizon Express). The parts that you will need for motorization are listed in my guide (noted above), but it will require a bit of tinkering. For example, the motor unit may be best under the tender rather than the engine partly because of fit, partly because the large drivers aren't a good match for the motor unit. You can place the battery in the tender as well, but it will make the tender a bit oversize. My current recommendation is to build a new car (e.g. an Old West mail or passenger car) that has the battery and infrared receiver all built in, and place the motor under the tender. I will update with more motor information after I see what works best, but it is looking like there is no perfect solution.

If you have the earlier generation 9V Lego train, the Lone Ranger can be adapted to 9V motors but you will have to use your old track. The new track (included in the set) is the same gauge but it does not have the metallic conductor on top. Lego discontinued 9V in 2007; if you are just starting out with Lego trains, you are best going with the current system (Power Functions) since 9 volt parts and track have become scarce.
1 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Lego's 2013 Lone Ranger Train 24 novembre 2013
Di R. Ferguson - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
**This set is NOT motorized. It does include track.**

**This set was officially released on 4/15/13. As of late December 2013, Lego listed this product as retiring soon. Expect prices to rise as the set becomes scarce. MSRP was 99.99. **

I am the nut-job parent that you'll see in some of the other train reviews. I grew up with Lego and returned to it when I had kids. Obviously I am terribly partial to Lego (ignore my star ratings), but I'll give you the best review I can so that you can make the decision that is right for your kids. I do not receive free sets or compensation for my Lego reviews.

I think this is a great set in terms of design and value (see my guide for MSRP). This is an old west steam engine, a 4-6-0, with a tender and two cars. The engine and tender are done in green, black and gray and use Lego's larger diameter steam engine drivers (wheels). The two cars are a flat car with a rotating Gatling gun (made from binoculars and a barrel) and a boxcar. The tender has a hatch-top, just like the old Harry Potter train. There is a simple water tower and an oval track (16 curves and 4 straights, the oval measures approximately 28x38 inches). It includes the Lone Ranger, Tonto, Rebecca Reid, Dan Reid, Butch Cavendish, Latham Cole, Capt. Jay Fuller, and the Lone Ranger's horse, Silver. The water tower is designed to be blown up (a lever tips it over), the boxcar has a lever on the top that blows off the back end, and there is a small rock pile that explodes (via another lever).

Lego really has increased their usual level of detail, well above what they did for the Toy Story or Harry Potter trains. While the set targets movie-going children, it will also have strong appeal for Lego train fans regardless of age. The engine itself does not appear to be modeled on one particular model from history (the movie engine was itself a prop built for filming). Some enthusiasts would have preferred an engine with driving gear (e.g., all the linkages between the wheels and the steam pistons) but the set strikes a good balance between ease of build/playability and authenticity. It is easy enough to add Technic parts to create the look of linkages if you are so inclined. As old west trains go, this is one of Lego's most detailed and accurate, if only because the large steam engine drivers have only been available since the Emerald Night (#10194 released in 2009). The closest that earlier sets have come to this was 10205 and its kin offered in the 2001-2004 timeframe.

As I noted, the set is not motorized, nor does it come with directions for motorization. Motorization is not required; my kids have lots of fun with non-motorized trains. Motorization of this train is not as straightforward as it is for most of Lego's other recent releases (e.g., the Horizon Express). The parts that you will need for motorization are listed in my guide (noted above), but it will require a bit of tinkering. For example, the motor unit may be best under the tender rather than the engine partly because of fit, partly because the large drivers aren't a good match for the motor unit. You can place the battery in the tender as well, but it will make the tender a bit oversize. My current recommendation is to build a new car (e.g. an Old West mail or passenger car) that has the battery and infrared receiver all built in, and place the motor under the tender. I will update with more motor information after I see what works best, but it is looking like there is no perfect solution.

If you have the earlier generation 9V Lego train, the Lone Ranger can be adapted to 9V motors but you will have to use your old track. The new track (included in the set) is the same gauge but it does not have the metallic conductor on top. Lego discontinued 9V in 2007; if you are just starting out with Lego trains, you are best going with the current system (Power Functions) since 9 volt parts and track have become scarce.


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