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8098 Clone Turbo Tank

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8098 Clone Turbo Tank

Postby Staff » Tue Dec 14, 2010 1:17 am

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Set Guide Entry: 8098 Clone Turbo Tank
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Re: 8098 Clone Turbo Tank

Postby Fatyankee » Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:53 am

Pros:
- Good number of pieces inc Cad Bane and Aayla Secura (both looking great imo)
- Great playability and features -The wheels look great in motion and have a really simple but effective suspention system
- Nice little foldaway walker and lots of opening panels and compartments
- Looks good on the shelf

Cons:
- Lack of Clones, Its a Clone Turbo Tank with only two clones
- Anakin and Ashoka, people buying this $120 probably have these already, More clones would have been better
- Very little interior room due to the walker and command desk storage design
I wasn't too impressed with the main compartment been used as storage for a command desk and fold away walker
The walker is nice but the features of the desk should of been built into the tank , this leaves the biggest section looking unfinished when they could of had a cool command canter instead of this gimmick

Comments:
I had no intention of buying this set until i seen it on Amazon for $90 , For 1141 pieces and two cool new minifigs i had to get it. My intention was to break the set up after building for the pieces , but its been two weeks since i built it and its still on the shelf.
I built this with my step Son aged 10, Was a fun build with some nice techniques used ( Its basically a Technic frame on wheels with SNOT panels ) but it comes together nicely .
There is some nice playability features and the 10 year old boy absolutely loved this set and i got some awesome pieces for a great price
The set isn't perfect but its allot better value (even at $120) than most of the SW sets released over the last couple of years
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