expired LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron 42083 $407.99 Delivered @ Myer eBay

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LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron 42083 $407.99 with free delivery, equates to total 32% off.

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  • +2 votes

    that’s a dang good discount

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    Got this for $480 in September. Knew it was going to be cheaper eventually so oh well. It was a very cool build, if you like your Technic or even if you’ve not built anything before I’d recommend it.

  • +2 votes

    Price still seems high. I think under $300 would be a good discount.

  • +1 vote

    Nice price for the official LEGO version, still high. But that's LEGO.

    As for those that always pipe in with "it's plastic, why so much". You can pay 1000's for a pair of shoes.

    • +10 votes

      Willing to take lego off anyones hands for anyone who thinks of throwing theirs away in the trash.

      Got plenty nieces and nephew who can and will get enjoyment playing with these.

  • -2 votes

    Lepin has a decent version for a lot less if you cant afford this one

    • +4 votes

      Well ofcourse lepin can be sold cheaper. They are not paying intelectual property copyright license fees. Just saying.

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        https://youtu.be/AM8H-xkL5G4

        Holy crap, the Lepin version is a carbon copy and is US$119 + shipping

        • +3 votes

          Not really a carbon copy when the Leoin pieces aren't manufactured to the same tolerances and quality as real Lego. You'll find parts of it don't fit properly, etc. this is especially noticeable with technic pieces if you're expecting features to work properly

          I've bought some Lepin sets before just to compare and the differences are significant enough that I don't think it's worth the hassle but each to their own

        • +1 vote

          Lepin is garbage.

          It's possibly excusable in the case of display-only models, for retired and highly desirable sets that cost 4-5 times their original RRP on the resale market. Though I still refuse to support them due to the fact that they are notorious even among Lego clone manufacturers for never producing a single original design and only shamelessly copying existing Lego sets. The Lego Group actually won a landmark court case against Lepin in China back in August for infringing on their copyrights.

          Other than that, for in-production Lego, there's absolutely no reason anyone should be buying Lepin, unless you want:

          • No outer box.
          • No numbered bags.
          • Knock-off manual with Chinglish and/or misspelled sticker sheets.
          • Missing pieces, broken pieces, the wrong pieces for your set, bent or deformed pieces with no parts replacement policy from the seller.
          • Weak brick clutch with some parts refusing to stay together and requiring super-glue.
          • Weird oily residue on bricks.
          • Poor brick tolerances leading to pieces not fitting together as intended.
          • Supporting the scummy Chinese clone and counterfeiting industry.

          Good write-up on Lepin's piss-poor quality control here.

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    When the Lego version of the car is super expensive…..

  • +2 votes

    Nice post! Also Assembly square is $272, Saturn V, and Old Fishing Shop on great discounts.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks for the pointer - I just got the Saturn 5 model, already discounted to 144, but with the code, got it for 115, free post :D Hubby will be pleased :D

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-LEGO-Ideas-NASA-Apollo-Satur...

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    Still have 2 Porsche's in unopened boxes. Still think this will come down to around $300 in the next 6-12 months like the Porsche's could be had for, so I'm in no rush.

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      it probably wont down to $300 like porsche. its RRP is $599 not $499 like porsche

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        agree, porsche 911 gts just costs you 0.3 mil, but a chiron will be 3.8 mil. No way the price will be down to the same.

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    bought one….didn't think much

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    Good one OP! Seriously considering getting another one - I managed to grab one for under $300 a week ago, this was with DJ's 20% off, stacked with $140 of DJ gift cards I had, plus DJ Amex promo and cash back :)

  • +1 vote

    Still too expensive

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    Good price, already have one though.

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    Bought one - thanks OP!

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    How many leftover pieces on this build?

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    Nearly as expensive as a real Bugatti lol

  • +1 vote

    Please update the original post expiry the $407.99 final price is today ONLY.

    It is achieved by stacking the 15% today only special on some kits. Today $509.99 so tomorrow it will be 20% off the $599.99. (check full info of this offer at https://www.myer.com.au/c/offers/daily-deals-766568-1/15-off...)

    With the eBay 20% which does run 16/12 11:59pm (check full info https://pages2.ebay.com.au/Buyer_coupons/pmyergift).

    Tomorrow it will be $479.99 final price via ebay unless another promotion is run.

    • +4 votes

      People grow out of watching cartoons and then watch adult shows. So I guess people enjoy the same medium but with different levels of engagement or challenge. Same same for video games. So Lego is not for you but other people enjoy constructing it as hobby or relaxing pastime. Not all value propositions have monetary or functional benefits eg. Like painting, bird watching, etc…

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        Thanks I do understand the concept of hobbies in general.

        I just didn't understand this particular one and wanted to learn, hence my comment.

        Not all value propositions have monetary or functional benefits eg. Like painting, bird watching, etc…

        You could say nearly all hobbies have non-monetary but still functional benefits, ie. rest, relaxation, more meaningful life etc.

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          If you already understand that all hobbies have non-monetary but still functional benefits then why your original question? Do you not consider Lego qualifies as a hobby?

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            @Kenb0: I do consider Lego as a hobby but I didn’t know how adults enjoyed it, hence my asking.

            • +2 votes

              @haru: That's the thing about Lego, it's suitable for all ages. A lot of these sets, especially the complicated technics sets like the Porsche or Bugatti are targeted towards older Lego fans. Plus, the prices that they're charging for some of these big licensed sets? You would need to be an adult with a fair bit of disposable income to be able to buy them.

              I believe the usual stages of Lego involvement is:
              1) enjoy as a kid, maybe up to teenage years, maybe a bit older
              2) grow out of it, think it's too kiddy to still play with Lego as a young adult. You have more pressing concerns, like getting a girlfriend/boyfriend/going to parties, etc. This is commonly known as the Dark Ages for a Lego fan
              3) realise that you can still enjoy Lego as an adult and there are lots of people out there your age and older who do so you get back into Lego, and it becomes like a drug because now you're older and have more money so you buy more and more Lego.

              Perhaps you are in your dark ages now and still think Lego is for kids only. May the light of Lego enjoyment find you soon :)

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    Bought the Apollo set and got cancelled & refunded by Myer :(

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      Myer are shocking at this, super frustrating.

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      A few things have changed behind the scenes specifically in Lego/online/eBay to try and minimise this

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        Hopefully this has an actual effect on order fulfilment. Have had so many Myer online orders(both eBay and direct) that if I make an order and it gets cancelled and refunded, I'm no longer surprised, it's just to be expected now.

        Glad that Myer have recognised the deficiency and are at least trying to fix it. Hope they're successful.

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    Technically, this is a lego style jigsaw puzzle, the blocks are specifically for the Chiron and you can't make other models out of it

    • +2 votes

      Technically you are completely wrong. 95% of the pieces included are found in other sets.

      You could build trucks, cars, planes, whatever the heck you want, especially if you combine it with your own pieces.

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    do you think we would also get the free lego ornament with the purchase, as stated on the myer website.
    https://www.myer.com.au/p/217953910-634088800

    even though you are buying it from ebay the order goes direct to myer as an online purchase as you get the myer confirmation email.

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    Don't forget to go via Qantas FF site for extra FF points.

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    still a bit high

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    Has anyone received their set yet. Did it come in the original Lego brown outer box. Good to know for the collectors out there.

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      It won’t come in the original LEGO brown outer box; they’re packed two to a box

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        Depends on the set. Some come three to a box as well. Bugatti and Porsches come in their own Lego brown outer box. I've bought both from Myer before and they come in the original Lego brown outer box. Same with the UCS falcon

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          I swear when I used to work at DJs I saw two Bugatti in a brown box 🤔

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            @kerfuffle: Ya DJs is inconsistent. I've had one come in the original brown box and another one not so not sure what their policy is. They definitely do come from the supplier in the brown box that fits it perfectly though. So if they're shipping it without the original brown box, they've specifically decided to take it out of the original packaging for shipping for some unknown reason. The only reason I can think of that you saw two bugattis in one brown box is that they took them out of original box to fit into one DJs shipping box.

            Eg. The same one in this video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_FNqYz_uD6w

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    Would be great for those who bought their on this deal to let us know how they received it.

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