LEGO Technic Rough Terrain Crane 42082
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Simply epic
This has to be one of the best sets ever.

The most overwhelming thing is just how easy and user friendly the controls are, especially the steering which is so light and so well designed to move such a large vehicle. This beats all previous cranes, including 42009, hands down.
May 5, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Very worth the wait
I went to the Lego store on release date and purchased this set. I spent a couple of hours each night building it.

As a crane it is a fitting replacement for 42009, it is more complex and a lot of fun. It has some features which that crane has, some that 42042 has, and it adds a longer boom.

Like 42042, everything runs off of one motor and it is a brilliant instruction on how to use one motor to drive multiple systems, this in itself made me like the crane.
There is a lot more to like about this besides its elegant use of transmission of power.

When I say this is massive, I am not kidding, it is a meter tall with the boom fully extended. However, the build does not feel overwhelming at all. It is well organized into sections. The instructions are split into two books and the parts are sorted into 13 sections.

Finding parts this way is not too daunting. Total build time for me was about twenty hours split over three days.

The crane lifts more than I thought it would and the spindle winds and unwinds the cable extremely well. This one won't tangle and the cable unwinds and winds back onto the spool by a very clever use of two pulleys that travel on axles.

The designer(s) of this crane did a great job. I just wonder if they took into account the two linear actuators being driven by the same axle,the gears travel in opposite directions which means at times one of the linear actuators may have a larger stress on it.

All in all, a great flagship model! Thank you designer(s)
May 5, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Worth every penny
I got this as a birthday present, I've been eyeballing it for awhile. The build wasn't much different from other technic sets but the reward at the end is worth it. The height it reaches and the ease of controls are amazing. My 3yr old can operate it. Great features all around and very spot on details.
May 5, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
lego present
i have not played seriously with lego for 40 years ,apart from basic things with my grandchildren , i am disabled and in bad health and in need for something to occupy
my mind and time, on my birthday 2 weeks ago i did not know what to think when my family bought me the technics rough terrain crane
when i looked at the size of the box the amount of packets and how thick the instruction manuals are i was worried to say the least .
i sat down and began packet 1 and was really happy how clear everything is the manual very clear in where things go and pegs coloured i made progress in no time apart from the odd peg the wrong way round which is usually easy to see when you try to put the next piece on it and it wont fir the peg shape
i am doing 1 to 2 hrs a time and making great progress i love it im about half way in all that i made two mistakes but when spotted were easy to rectify in a short time , technic is not like normal lego blocks but is so fantastic ,how this is designed so great . cannot wait to finish then pick one out of a mounting list i have to do , fatastic lego include adult things too , the prices range from around £10 to £550 somthing for everyone ,i would recommend lego technics without a second thought .
May 1, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Complicated fun
It is big, REALLY BIG. Fully extended it must over a metre tall. How the designers get all the functions into the model is astounding. I didn’t find easy or hard but enjoyed every minute. I actually found myself playing with the crane when finished, normally I just admire my “work”.
May 1, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Really fun set
The crane was a really fun set to put together, and the control system is the best one I've seen on a set ever. Super simple to understand. Finished product looks veey nice as well.
April 29, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Very worth the wait
I went to the Lego store on release date and purchased this set. I spent a couple of hours each night building it.

As a crane it is a fitting replacement for 42009, it is more complex and a lot of fun. It has some features which that crane has, some that 42042 has, and it adds a longer boom.

Like 42042, everything runs off of one motor and it is a brilliant instruction on how to use one motor to drive multiple systems, this in itself made me like the crane.
There is a lot more to like about this besides its elegant use of transmission of power.

When I say this is massive, I am not kidding, it is a meter tall with the boom fully extended. However, the build does not feel overwhelming at all. It is well organized into sections. The instructions are split into two books and the parts are sorted into 13 sections.

Finding parts this way is not too daunting. Total build time for me was about twenty hours split over three days.

The crane lifts more than I thought it would and the spindle winds and unwinds the cable extremely well. This one won't tangle and the cable unwinds and winds back onto the spool by a very clever use of two pulleys that travel on axles.

The designer(s) of this crane did a great job. I just wonder if they took into account the two linear actuators being driven by the same axle,the gears travel in opposite directions which means at times one of the linear actuators may have a larger stress on it.

All in all, a great flagship model! Thank you designer(s)
April 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Worth the buy
Had a great time all the time it took to construct was worth it
April 21, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Worth every penny
I got this as a birthday present, I've been eyeballing it for awhile. The build wasn't much different from other technic sets but the reward at the end is worth it. The height it reaches and the ease of controls are amazing. My 3yr old can operate it. Great features all around and very spot on details.
April 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
lego present
i have not played seriously with lego for 40 years ,apart from basic things with my grandchildren , i am disabled and in bad health and in need for something to occupy
my mind and time, on my birthday 2 weeks ago i did not know what to think when my family bought me the technics rough terrain crane
when i looked at the size of the box the amount of packets and how thick the instruction manuals are i was worried to say the least .
i sat down and began packet 1 and was really happy how clear everything is the manual very clear in where things go and pegs coloured i made progress in no time apart from the odd peg the wrong way round which is usually easy to see when you try to put the next piece on it and it wont fir the peg shape
i am doing 1 to 2 hrs a time and making great progress i love it im about half way in all that i made two mistakes but when spotted were easy to rectify in a short time , technic is not like normal lego blocks but is so fantastic ,how this is designed so great . cannot wait to finish then pick one out of a mounting list i have to do , fatastic lego include adult things too , the prices range from around £10 to £550 somthing for everyone ,i would recommend lego technics without a second thought .
April 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO