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Offline conniefrere

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #10 on: November 27, 2011, 20:06:31 »
At risk of sounding extremely shallow... I like Fiona's hair. :-[

Well she is kinda handsome with look and hair!   :love: :lol:


This is a beautiful set and an equally well done review! I really like the different Klickeys, and it looks like there's a lot of places for SystemX connection inside the station :eh?:. I can't wait until this comes out in the U.S :love:!
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The Sys X rack can be used for attachment of the Segway parts. (Check pic hereunder)

I made some more pics, just for the fun of it.

View through gate A (The chair is really cool, look like the chair for the canons in the milenium falcon Star Wars :P )



View through gate B



View to gate A (with on the right the Segway parts)



View to gate B



And a view from above at the storage place.

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #11 on: November 27, 2011, 21:18:53 »
This set looks great. I love the movie and will get most if not all of the sets when they come out here in the US.

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #12 on: November 27, 2011, 22:27:01 »
You just made me love these sets - Now I want them! :(o): :love:
Great review, btw! :thanks:
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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #13 on: November 28, 2011, 00:25:33 »
Thank you for the nice review.

I recently got the whole series, to give my son for X-mas -- but for sure will enjoy this too   ;D

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2012, 19:46:00 »
A very interesting set, and thank you for a great review.

I particularly like the enclosed tree, which is full of possibilities. Is it producing food for the humans, plus oxygen to replenish their supplies? Is it a Terran species being introduced to the planet, or a native species under study? Is it.... dangerous?

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2012, 22:23:18 »
Hey Martin! Good to see you're back!  :wave:
This set offers great possibilities for an Alien-like photostory, IMO. Thanks for the review J!
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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2012, 22:47:49 »
I don't need this...I don't need this...

Thanks for the review. It looks like a great set. I love the segway! ;D
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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #17 on: January 12, 2012, 00:00:42 »
I love the movie, I love the sets, it's ridiculously expensive and I will probably find a way to get them all eventually.

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #18 on: July 17, 2012, 22:12:56 »
Update: Got this set when the 4th of July sale was on. Love it. Some additional points not already mentioned.

There are little knobs on top of the entry doors that you turn to open and close the doors.
As shown on the box the ramp from the E-Rangers landing pad connects to the door of Plant Lab. Unfortunately the ramps are so slick that figures can't stand on them without sliding down and/or falling.
The solar panel only works with the fan, and here in Oregon it has to be in direct sunlight in the house. Outside it can be in light shade and get enough light, but not indoors. It would have been nice to have a cable to attach the fan to the battery source to run inside on dark days.
The light and the KO gun have different plugs, but there are two sets of outlets so the locations can be swapped. One cool thing that makes me very happy is that the plug for the light is the same one as in the RoboGang Lab set. So you can plug in your robot power station to the E-Rangers Plant Lab and power up your robots. And since there's the extra outlets you don't have to unplug your light. This also means that the light can be plugged into the hand cranked light unit from the lab set. I don't know if I would ever use that, but the robot station is definitely in use.

One last thing I noticed. If you look at the outside of Plant Lab and the front of the Mechanical Man you will see the answer. I'll leave it up to you to figure out the question. :D

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Re: 5149 E-rangers Headquarters
« Reply #19 on: July 18, 2012, 03:43:15 »
Are you referring to the number 42? I wonder what it refers to?
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