LEGO is here for real! With the largest LEGO Technic set they have to offer: https://www.lego.com/en-us/themes/technic/products/rough-terrain-crane-42082 LEGO Technic is designed for kids 11 and up, Cambry and i had a blast assembling this massive contraption. It took us almost a week. And was worth every second. Huge thanks to LEGO for sponsoring this video! Check out all their other LEGO Technic Sets HERE: https://www.lego.com/en-us/themes/technic
Ive been playing with LEGO Bricks for as long as I can remember, and this MASSIVE LEGO Technic Crane was a blast from the past and a super fun trip down memory lane. The classic LEGO I remembered from my childhood with a new slightly more advanced and intricate twist. Which LEGO Technic set do you want to try out?
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