Summary of Das teuerste Einsteigerset der Welt mit super Farben: LEGO® 10294 Titanic

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The LEGO® 10294 Titanic set is the most expensive entry-level set in the world, with a price point of €680 for its 9,990 pieces. The set is designed for casual Titanic fans with beginner-level instructions and easy-to-follow manuals. The building process is not very challenging, but the finished model is impressive, with many design features that resemble the original ship. The video showcases the different sections of the ship, its inner workings, and its small details. The set has received some criticisms, including its scale and accuracy, but is overall praised for its quality and design. While the set is considered expensive, it can be a fun and enjoyable project for beginners and can be found at a better deal second-hand. Additionally, the speaker discusses the importance of missing pieces and suggests that missing pieces can even be a reason to celebrate.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the video presenter unboxes and assembles the LEGO® 10294 Titanic set consisting of 9,990 pieces sold at a whopping price of €680, making it the most expensive entry-level set in the world. While the building process is not very challenging, it is designed to cater to the casual Titanic fans who may not have much experience with building block sets. The finished model is impressive and has many design features that closely resemble the original ship, although it is not completely accurate. The set comes with beginner-level instructions, and the packaging includes three boxes and corresponding manuals.
  • 00:05:00 In this section of the video, the speaker reveals a secret about the LEGO® 10294 Titanic set, namely that there are small cylinder-shaped pieces that serve as flags. He also mentions that the set does not include any stickers and that the instructions are easy to follow. The speaker then goes on to provide some measurements for the set and points out some nice features before starting to take it apart. He prepared some tiles so that the Titanic could easily be disassembled, and he shows how the ship is designed to be built in blocks that can be taken apart. The speaker notes that some aspects of the set are nicely done, while others are repetitive and less impressive.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the video showcases the building process of the LEGO® 10294 Titanic set. The ship is divided into three sections, and the video breaks down each portion of the set. The host mentions that the ship is not designed to have an interior, despite its high part count of around 9,000 pieces. Additionally, the two by six tiles in dark red are shown to be of high quality with no variation in color or texture. The video also highlights the print on the front slope and anchor, praising LEGO® for its attention to small details.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the reviewer discusses the differences between building a ship in sections versus building a ship as a whole, pointing out that while the Titanic LEGO set may be impressive in size, it might not give the same feeling of building a ship that was previously offered by COBI sets. The reviewer also comments on the color quality of the set, noting that it is better than what was expected from LEGO and praising how some LEGO pieces were used creatively to add detail to the ship. However, they also caution that while the set is stable enough and has some interesting features, it does not offer anything new or extraordinary that cannot be found in other LEGO sets.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the reviewer shows some of the small details and features of the LEGO® 10294 Titanic set, including the Niedergang slope, the small telephone receivers, and the interior details of the ship. They also mention that the set is made up of over 9,000 pieces and is relatively expensive at 680 €, although this is understandable given the fan nature of the product. The set includes many doors and small elements, which the reviewer notes have been taken from other LEGO® city sets. Overall, the reviewer is impressed with the detail and design of the set.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the host shows the inner workings of the LEGO 10294 Titanic, explaining that the ship is lightweight and hollow compared to other models that are more massive. He demonstrates the construction process and highlights the inner details, such as the benches on the deck, which are made of two modified pieces put together and inserted into slots. The host also points out the telephone receivers and staircases as his favorite details. Finally, he explores the back of the ship, where a rotating engine is installed, and concludes that the LEGO's simple cord solution is better than other complicated knot-tying methods.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the reviewer discusses the interior and exterior of the LEGO® 10294 Titanic set. While the colorful components and unnecessary details may be a drawback for some, the set does come with a variety of standard colors and many building aids for beginners. Although the set may seem expensive for an "entry-level" one, it still requires a good amount of skill and concentration to complete. The reviewer believes that building the Titanic set can be a fun and enjoyable project taking about a day or two. The set looks impressive when fully assembled, despite some criticisms about the scale and accuracy. The reviewer suggests buying the set second-hand after it has been built which would be a far better deal than buying a brand new one.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speaker seems to be discussing the importance of having missing parts in a LEGO set. They suggest that if a piece is missing and you are still happy with the set, then there is no need to recommend anything else. In fact, they jokingly state that missing pieces could even be a reason to celebrate. The section ends with the speaker thanking the audience for their time and wishing them a good day.
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