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1 hour ago, CM4Sci said:

Borrrrriing. When can we stop with the NASA sets.. 

No, just no.  I think the NASA sets are awesome,.

While I don't find this set that impressive, it's better than I though it would be, probably due to the packaging, and seems to fit nicely with the Research Institute.

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27 minutes ago, marcandre said:

I wonder how supply will be with this one. Lego had a bit of a PR nightmare with the RI shortages. I don't think they want that again. 

LEGO never learn regarding supply issues. I think it’ll be as difficult to get hold of as the RI was. They failed to make enough 21309 and 75192 when huge demand was obviously easy to forecast, so why not fail again? Because this is NASA, expect much bigger returns than RI. I just hope it’s exclusive in the UK like RI was.

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6 hours ago, Migration said:

Please please please have a major news paper link the Amazon page ;)

Considering the favourable press coverage already when this Ideas submission was approved in the review round, I expect another round of great press at the launch of this set. Which means it could be another set that sells out at launch with Lego having difficulty getting their supply matching the demand. Something to keep in mind ;) 

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1 hour ago, Haay said:

There's a Dutch Lego reseller site listing this at €26,95 --> https://www.speelgoednl.nl/lego-21312-ideas-women-of-nasa

So I'm guessing the price will be somewhere between €24,99 and €29,99, depending on country and exchange rate.

Due to Brexit, it looks like £24.99 then? I was hoping for £19.99 tops.

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28 minutes ago, Cheese said:

You’ll be able to get these for £15 when this gets discounted, although boxes will be in their obligatory poor condition shipped in plastic bin liners.

Assuming that this "could" be as exclusive as RI was, we may only be able to get this from LEGO and perhaps John Lewis. Therefore, we can forget about any discounts ;-(

If it is unexclusive and available everywhere, every man and his dog will be loading up which will kill any hopes of a decent profit before Hell freezes over. However, if it's often out of stock...

Since JL now use bin liners, I will only buy these from LEGO. Or... C&C from JL so I can reject on the spot. I wonder how many per factory box?

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