Second Cuusoo set rolls off the production line

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LEGO has posted a video of the second Cuusoo set, Hayabusa, being packed for sale in Japan on Facebook. The accompanying text reads:

"The second LEGO CUUSOO product, Hayabusa, is making its way from the warehouse in Denmark to Japan for release in the Japanese market. Here's a little behind-the-scenes look at the boxes being packed. Exclusives are packed in a smaller factory, which as you can see, is still done by hand.

"The LEGO Group has worked with CUUSOO in Japan since 2008 on a Japanese site that has attracted hundreds of ideas and seen thousands of votes cast. The first product, the Shinkai 6500 submersible, went on sale in Japan in February 2011. The second Japanese LEGO CUUSOO model is the Hayabusa unmanned spacecraft launched in the first quarter of this year."

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By in United States,

It's a Cool model but I don't live in Japan.

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By in Canada,

That's cool. Is it only available in Japan?

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By in United States,

Wasn't this made last year?

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By in United States,

Wow, looks great. The done by hands deal is pretty cool

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By in United States,

My Cuusoo-using friends in Japan tell me the release date there is 1st March.

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By in United Kingdom,

I really wish they'd release that submarine worldwide, it's very interesting... as is this satellite...

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By in Denmark,

They are only released in Japan, however it is possible to get your hands on them in US/EU.

I got 3 subs last year, having sold one, and having one on bricklink atm. So it's very possible to get it outside of Japan.

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By in United States,

I went to "the bay" for the sub - but you're going to pay $80 USD+. I wish there was another alternative since we are allowed to participate in the voting.

Nice set though.

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By in United Kingdom,

Love the sub ( bravely bought from a Japanese shop/website and deliverer to UK no problems) and will definitely try to get this one

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