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LEGO Creator Emerald Night Train (10194)

4.7 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
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  • This classically-styled train features a steam locomotive with furnace
  • Lots of authentic touches including elements in rare colors and all-new large train wheels with piston motion
  • Includes 3 minifigures
  • Train measures 68cm (27.2 in) long
  • Contains 1,085 pieces
  • Features opening tender, dining car with removable roof, opening doors and detailed interior
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

10194 parallel import goods LEGO Creator Emerald Night

From the Manufacturer

Here comes the Emerald Night. Build this incredible classic-styled train with loads of amazing details, from the steam locomotive with furnace to the opening tender and dining car with removable roof, opening doors and detailed interior. Motorize your Emerald Night by adding LEGO Power Functions #8882 Power Functions XL Motor, #8867 Flexible Train Track, #8878 Power Functions Rechargeable Battery Box, #8887 Transformer 10v DC adapter, #8884 Power Functions IR Receiver,#8870 Power Functions LED Lights, #8879 Power Functions IR Speed Remote Control.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 21.3 x 3.1 x 11.1 inches
Item Weight 3 pounds
Shipping Weight 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B001USDL02
Item model number 4557559
Manufacturer recommended age 14 - 20 years
Best Sellers Rank #202,150 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#6,318 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
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4.7 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By R. Ferguson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 25, 2009
**Lego delisted this set in 2011. Prices have since risen to what one might call a "collector" level. To see which Lego trains are currently available or forthcoming, click through my name to my guide on Lego trains (go to the Guide tab).**

This was Lego's first engine and car for the new Power Function's (PF) train system. PF motors and infrared control devices are now common across a number of Lego product lines (e.g., Creator and Technic). If you have the old 9 volt system (which many Lego users were sorry to see discontinued) you can attempt a modification and place an old motor unit on this new train (others are doing this to varying degrees of elegance); axle width has not changed. If you have either of the RC train sets (7897 and 7898, which were brought out after 9 volt in 2006), those units have their own motor and infrared units (i.e., non-PF). PF and RC use the exact same track.

What do you need to run this train? This set does not come with any track or any of the motors or infrared receivers or control units. It track is not available at Amazon, check at Lego. The PF units are usually a little more difficult to source and the best selection is typically directly from Lego. The PF units required for this train are: 8882 (1 XL motor), 8884 (IR receiver), 8878 (battery), 8879 (remote control), 8887 (transformer for the battery). You can also add a light (8870). The cost of these accessories is usually more than the Emerald Night set itself. Also, the PF Motor Set #8293 is NOT designed for the Emerald Night; 8293 is designed to power a number of Technic sets.

Comments on the set: It is not much of a stretch to say that this is the most finely rendered steam engine that Lego has ever offered for sale.
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Great model to assemble and wonderfully detailed. My son and I enjoyed every minute. However, my 9 yr old wanted to run it as a electric train. He used his own money to buy the parts and the directions are with the model. Unfortunately it doesn't run well. He had it going, but the linkage on the wheels jam/bind from time to time making it un-usable as a lego electric train. We love it as a static model, but not a working model.
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I've played with & collected LEGO sets my entire life, and this is the finest looking train set that LEGO has ever produced, especially if you're a fan of steam trains. The main reason for this is that the Emerald Night is the first set that includes the new, larger drive wheels and a moving connecting rod setup, resulting in a more accurate steam train look both for static display and when the train is running. The design is very clean and smooth, with minimal exposed brick lugs, and it comes in a perfect color scheme. It looks more like a model train and less like a child's toy than any previous LEGO train. That said, any child capable of building other complex LEGO sets should be able to handle this one, and will find ample play value in the included minifigures and doors/hatches/roofs that open to expose interiors and little details. Like any other LEGO, pieces can and will fall off with rough handling and play, but since it's LEGO, everything can just snap back together.

It remains to be seen if LEGO's Power Functions (PF) electrical system is a winner or not, but it's now the only option LEGO provides to power this train, so there's not much to debate. It is nice to have wireless control and non-electrified tracks, and the rechargable battery life is quite respectable. On the negative side, there are very obvious digital "steps" in the speed control, rather than a smooth curve from "stop" to "maximum speed". Care is also needed when assembling the model to ensure that the wheel linkages and gear system do not bind and prevent smooth running. As other reviewers have already stated, the electrical parts and track that go along with this set are NOT included, but are needed to really finish this set off. So expect to spend another $100 or so to have something you/your child can run around the Christmas tree or playroom; believe me, they(you)'ll want to.
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This train. Oh, man. If you have a young kid who is into both legos and trains then you may be in for some trouble. It has a lot of pieces and is fun to build but potentially too complicated for, let's say, a 5 year old to build without a lot of adult supervision and help. Then, a year after you first got it, when it's long since been taken apart and all the pieces have been thrown into a box with the other legos, and your kid says he wants to build it again, and you dig up the original instruction booklet and now you have to find these obscure pieces in a giant box full of other legos, you will wonder why there isn't a Google app that takes a picture of a full lego box and highlights the exact piece your'e looking for.

Anyway, I think the other reviewers here have covered all the specific technical details in sufficient detail. You can get a motor to replace the engine compartment so that the train will actually run on (lego brand) tracks. But building the included engine unit is a lot of fun -- various interlocking gears and axles which were very interesting for my 5 year old to put together (with help) and see in operation.

Lego sets of this size and complexity offer a lot of rewards for the dedicated builder, because there is a lot of inner detail which is not visible from the outside that you are putting together during the building process.
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