10 comments on “Video build and review of 10211 Grand Emporium

  1. Puddleglum

    Also: he claims to have paid 139.99 GBP for it, which would be a 40% price increase over Green Grocer and Fire Brigade. If that’s really the price, count me out, 40% increase over GG in the US would mean $210 USD. :-(

  2. Brad

    I can’t point to LEGO’s Shop @ Home site because I can no longer find 10211 there (I’m quite sure that I saw it in their list of products, complete with a March release date), but I’m sure that the U.S. price is still $150.

    As to the video, I won’t watch it. I’m excited for this set and want to build it fresh! The CC line is absolute joy for me. I love seeing all the details unfold and all the clever building bits that present themselves along the way.

  3. Herman

    “As to the video, I won’t watch it. I’m excited for this set and want to build it fresh! The CC line is absolute joy for me. I love seeing all the details unfold and all the clever building bits that present themselves along the way.”

    You’re right, I’ve seen parts of the video and it unveils some of the pleasant surprises you get while building it. :-(

  4. legomason

    It’s funny how when he pours it out it seems like the box is stuffed with Lego. But we all know the box could be half that size.

  5. Puddleglum

    ^Actually the cafe-corner line of sets are usually closer to 75-80% full. I guess since the only retail store they are sold are the LEGO brand stores, there is less incentive for them to put them in gigantor boxes.

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