ThinkingImpaired wrote:Even the guy in the video guessed $200. Once you think you have Lego figured out...they raise their prices again.
natelite wrote:you can probably download the instruction, BL the parts, buy clone bps to completely fill the at-ot with troops and still end up cheaper than $250. the question is whether your time and effort is worth the savings.
meeotch wrote:I am really excited for this set. One thing I'm thinking about, however, is it seems no one outside of TLG had so much as a whiff of this coming down the pipeline. I find it interesting that out of all the 2009 sets (barring, of course, others that haven't been "leaked"), what is arguably the coolest vehicluar build was able to be kept secret until right before it's released. The buzz about this set all over the internets is huge, and I think Lego played their hand very well. They would have to in order to justrify the hefty asking price. I just think that it shows that TLG's "security issues" may very well be planned marketing strategy.
CommanderFox wrote:Lego have done a great job with this set and ive been waiting for it since i sore episode 2.
Solo wrote:$249.99 USD/$349.99 CAD
meeotch wrote:Okay, so I don't have the AT-TE (yet... ) so I need to know: is the handle on the back of it similar to the one on the Motorized AT-AT?
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