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LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025)

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LEGO Technic Cargo Plane Set

A wide range of motorized mechanical features, including working landing gear and spinning rotors, help ready the LEGO Technic Cargo Plane Set for take-off as it zooms out on a tough cargo mission. Move the joystick to make flaps and ailerons move. Place a mini figure (not included) in the elevator and move the joystick to take the pilot to different areas within the plane. Activating the LEGO Power Functions motors provides power to open and close front and rear cargo bays, retract the landing gear after take-off and spin the propellers. After conquering this complex build, the 1,297-piece set can be rebuilt as a transport hovercraft for more LEGO fun.

Product Highlights

  • Spin the propellers, open and retract landing gear and open and close front and rear cargo bays mechanically when the LEGO Power Functions motors are activated
  • Moving a joystick adjusts the flaps, moves the ailerons and even operates an elevator inside of the plane
  • Rebuild the 1,297-piece set into a transport hovercraft for more excitement after you've mastered the cargo plane
Ready for take-off
Activate the LEGO Power Functions motors to spin the propellers, open and retract the landing gear and more to help the plane zoom down the runway.
Functional design
To complete the tough cargo mission, move the joystick to adjust the flaps and ailerons to help the plane turn.
Unlock the power
When you've mastered the cargo plane, rebuild the set into a transport hovercraft for more cool adventures.

Product Description

Zoom down the runway and off on another tough cargo mission with the biggest and most demanding LEGO Technic plane yet. This is so much more than just a model, as it has a range of real-world functions to help it do its job. Move the joystick and watch the flaps, elevators and ailerons move, then activate the LEGO Power Functions motors to open the front and rear cargo bay, retract the landing gear and spin the propellers. It's just like the real thing! Rebuilds into a Transport Hovercraft.

Additional Info

535505

B09AD535

673419210409

6061174

4.7 pounds

22.8 x 15.0 x 3.7

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LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025)
 
4.9

(based on 35 reviews)

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5.0

An Amazing Set

By LegoHowILoveThee

from Undisclosed

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

My 7 year old son saved up money for 6 months to buy this plane. He absolute loves all lego aircraft and this one is definitely the pinnacle of his building experiences. It is by far the most challenging set he has built. He is extremely experienced at building lego (Mom and Dad are big fans), but is challenged by trying to push three connectors together at once for example. I don't consider this a fault of the design at all, but it is slightly above his level. The set is rated for 10 to 16 years old. I think that if my son was 10 years old, he would have the patience to build it all in one go, but it would still need to be an experienced 10 year old lego builder. As it is, he builds for a few hours, then takes a couple days off, then builds for a few more hours and so on. On to the model though, this is one of the most fantastic designs I have ever seen. To me, the highlight is the gear box mechanism. The design is brilliant. There is a single actuator in the design that can control multiple features by the use of this gear box and clutch system. I would also recommend a few small containers to sort the parts out first to make the build go a lot smoother. There are a lot of small parts!

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5.0

AMAZING SET!

By R4PRO

from ottawa

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

This set really revolutionized lego planes in all aspects, with all the functions and features it has. Fun build and amazing A model and B model. Amazing functions and intricate mechanisms.

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4.0

Carrying the hobby to new heights!

By knyghtbyte

from London

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

25 years. That's the time since my last real Lego set. Let's ignore the 5 Star Wars Microfighters currently playing kiss chase on top of my home cinema centre speaker. I bought those on a whim. However, I enjoyed clicking them together so much as I watched something mind numbing on the telly, that I decided to have a browse on the Lego store. Good Heavens! I had no idea Lego had swung to such fantastic reaches. Everything from brand name kits to classic brick sets, the brilliant looking Creator town buildings and then I saw the current line up of Technic Lego kits. Falling in love immediately, I opted to test out how much I would enjoy a return to the brick on the Cargo Plane. It seemed to be the optimum balance between cost, brick count and complexity to dip my toes in again. It arrived one evening, I opened up the box, closed it again immediately, scared at the number of bags! Then thought I'd slide out this huge flat solid brick....which turned out to be the manual :O Sucking it up and sticking it together, I opened up the bags, turned some of them out in to little ramekin bowls I 'borrowed' from the larder. I highly recommend these for the little peg pieces! I marvelled at the nice simple layout of the manual, just like I remember from my younger days, when I tried my hand at a pneumatic fork lift truck. Sadly, it was missing a key three way air splitter and I couldn't finish it off, and back then getting a spare piece was a more long winded affair and I think it turned in to a monster truck with air suspension! So, to the Build! Easy to follow instructions meant building every section of this aircraft was fun. Only a few sections perhaps required a bit more thought on how best to push things together so it all clicked in to place nicely. And without accidently pushing out something important like a gear wheel! I found the stickers ok, there were a few to do, but for the most part they were easy to line up and put, but I can appreciate where some people may have preferred actual window pieces for example. The gear shift system is an absolute delight, both to put together and use. At various steps in the build my mind wondered at why something was going where it was going, what was its purpose etc. Once the power sections were in, I have to confess to being mesmerised by switching it on and watching the cogs spin, even though nothing else was happening! Once I had completed most of the superstructure, and had just the tail and wings to do, I was already feeling a sense of accomplishment by raising the cockpit and ramp up and down. Although, this was almost ruined when I realised at one point, I hadn't noticed an extra cog should have been put in on the underside, consequently one of the features would not work. I had already built up and around this area and attached a lot of the stanchion like side pieces too! Thankfully, after years of working in manual jobs as well as typing a lot, I managed to use finger power to pull things apart juuuust enough to get the cog in, without disassembling the last 28 pages of work! Towards the end, I got very nervous I'd end up running out of a key piece to complete things with the propellers. My tray was looking barren of pieces, and my ramekins as empty as though they'd contained chocolate puddings at a kids party.... OMG, NO! A long blue connector pin was not there! ARGGGHH. For the second engine, I was missing a piece. Nightmares of my pneumatic past flooded back and my mind raced as to whether this cargo plane would end up as an ambulance with working back doors..... I studied the book carefully, and realised that the pin was mainly just for stability, and so I pushed things in, together, on top, added more and voila! A finished engine block that I could see no reason it would not work. Taking a break, I put all the gears in neutral, turned on the power, and one by one tested each of the power functions. Cockpit raise to let pilots in - Check! Tailgate drop to let cargo in - Check! Propellers on to take off - CHECK!!! Wheels up to reduce drag - Check! WE HAVE LIFT OFF! Pros - Very nice aesthetic design with the white panels and blue stickers Overall good resemblance of a cargo plane Build was a nice 16 hours give or take, so value for money pretty good! Piece count likewise good value for money Brilliant gear shifting design, am tempted to remote control it and stick in a motor for the wheels one day too. Good power function features, and as batt/motor included, even better! Cons - For want of a pin the battle was nearly lost! I feel these should be overprovisioned and not as part of the piece count Feels a bit bare on the sides to the rear, perhaps some panelling there would be nice, although one of the gear systems would get in the way. Panels for tail as well possibly. flap/aileron stick a bit too loose, could perhaps have a ratchet feature Overall, my first real foray back in to the world of Technic Lego has been an overwhelming enjoyment, a real sense of accomplishment achieved. Hats off to the designers, having had a thing for technical design at school, I appreciate the complexities of something like this, and only wish I'd followed through and not ended up working for an energy company! I already have the Crane Mk2 set sitting in my room ready to go, so I bring this review to an end as I cant ignore it any longer! Happy Days are here again, may they forever be filled with little Lego men (and women, dogs, cats, aliens, etc).

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5.0

Excellent

By Sabat

from Hinckley

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

Very well designed set and very robust construction after it is finished. It would be nice to have more side panels to cover the back end of the hull but it is jeopardising the superb quality of that set.

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5.0

Great Build!

By Spoonegg

from Gold Coast

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

Great build, descent sized model and looks awesome. A bit pricey. For the extra $80 I would recommend the MK II Crane (42009). So long as Lego keeps designing big Technic sets (the bigger the better) I'll be happy.

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5.0

Fun to build, and to play with

By phillymetal

from Kirkland

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

Although it is not a very big lego, I mean that it has a lot of pieces. It is still very well designed. The fact that the motor pieces where included made it very worth the money. Although I'm a little too old to play with airplanes, my little cousin enjoyed it a lot. All the different ways you can control the plane with just one switch is awesome. I loved it.

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5.0

Model 42025

By GREATGRANDAD

from HINCKLEY

Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

Lego engineers/designers are to be congratulated on producing a very advanced model, with multi-function capabilities. I have been a LEGO fan for over 50 years, introducing my children to the products, and having as much fun myself. I find the building of your more advanced models as very theapeutic, and building this plane is the very best I have attempted.

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5.0

Very nice kit

By GN

from Minneapolis, MN

About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

Pros

  • Creative

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Older Children

    Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

    We built this as a family. I lost track of the time spent, but isn't that the best part? Lots of details that are easily missed by me, but an older kid (Like the 10-16 year old recommendation on the package) could do it.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    5.0

    Awesome set...way too many stickers

    By Ozbimmer

    from Portland

    Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

    I didn't want to get this set at first but eventually I realised it looked pretty good, gave in and bought it, and was instantly glad I did!!! The box doesn't make this model look all that exciting and the amount of stickers are a real downfall for this set. The good news is that the model still looks pretty decent with out them if you're like me and hate stickers. The build was better than expected and the functionality of the model is quite simply awesome and very realistic. I also really liked how many large white pieces there were, they're kind of rare lately. The supplied power functions to drive the props, tailgate, landing gear and nose cone is great and well thought out, the props spin at a good speed and the cargo bay has pretty good space. The joystick on the tail moves both the elevator vanes on the tail and the ailerons on the wings and a second lever extends and retracts the wing flaps, just like the real deal. Value for money is weighed down a little by the cost of the power functions but it still achieves a pretty good brick per $ multiplier and would be a disappointing set with out the PF's . Overall I was really pleased with this set and think it's brilliance was lost in the shadow of the equally awesome Volvo (42030). I hope there are more large planes like this in the future from Technic.

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    5.0

    Lego Never Ceases to Amaze

    By Spelter

    from Dublin

    Comments about LEGO Technic Cargo Plane (42025):

    I am in the very early stages of building this set and am already agog at the astonishing creativity and engineering brilliance of Lego designers. I regularly find myself marvelling at the level of foresight and sophistication employed in such complex models, even during the building process. I often wonder if the actual subjects are really that much more difficult to design! Whenever someone compliments my collection and asks 'did you make all this yourself?' I feel compelled to add the caveat that, while I may have assembled them, the real credit goes to the talent behind the designs. I'm a simple man and rarely feel the need to foist my opinions on others but, having been a life-long Lego obsessive, better late than never to express my appreciation. For the record, I've purchased (and been gifted) hundreds of sets since the mid-seventies and never once had a missing or broken piece. At least, not one that hasn't turned up after careful examination under the table or, lately, in the baby's nappy...! Keep up the outstanding work!

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