Random set of the day: Motion Power

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Motion Power

Motion Power

©2006 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 4895 Motion Power, released in 2006. It's one of 21 Creator sets produced that year. It contains 611 pieces, and its retail price was US$49.99/£39.99.

It's owned by 740 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


14 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Creator military!

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By in Australia,

Now that’s a launcher...

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By in New Zealand,

Mean!

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By in Singapore,

It just occurred to me that the modern Creator logotype has strikingly similar proportions to this one. I guess the typeface really is everything, because the modern one looks great whereas this one always looked amateur to me. My most to least favorite Creator logos:

1. LEGO Creator game and 2001–2002
2. Taj Mahal 2017–current
3. 2011–2017
4. 2006–2010 (this one)

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By in Turkey,

I see nice set of pieces but the model... not that good, sorry to say.

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By in United States,

@LegoSonicBoy: Looks like 2006–10 is Arial, and 2011–17 is Helvetica. Not sure what the current one is.

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By in United Kingdom,

oh wow that thing is heavily armed. not what I'd normally expect from a creator set though they may have assumed boys were going to build stuff like that anyway

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By in United States,

I always forget about the older Creator sets. Some of them were really good.

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By in Finland,

I basically have this, but I got fed up with it some years ago and sorted its parts into my parts collection. It's still a good, versatile build with good elements. Though I think I had some problems with the gear mechanism. Both the main and back rotors are meant to spin.

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By in Australia,

Glad I have this set (in pieces) since it provided me with my only Lego motor.

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By in United States,

Pure awesomeness!!

The second-largest creator main helicopter model after 4403 Air Blazers.

But if you wanna have a real gigantic brick-build helicopter then go for the 7298 Dino Air Tracker/ 7477 T-1 Typhoon vs. T-Rex.

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By in United States,

I bought this using Chuck E Cheese tickets that me and my sister had been saving up for years, good times

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By in Netherlands,

Technic meets Creator in this set.

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By in Switzerland,

One of the few Creator sets with a motor and a battery box.
The motor is a 4 x 4 x 3 1/3 cube.
This motor also appears in the https://brickset.com/sets/4094-1/Motor-Movers from 2003.
This was before the new generation of power functions which were release the year after.

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