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How much Lego is too much? :)

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Post by sammyboy on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 2:28 am

I think I have a serious problem - I can't stop buying Lego.

Someone needs to get Kevin Rudd's internet filtering policy to include bricklink on the list - cause it is sending me bankrupt!!! legowink Actually while they're at it, add ebay to the list too! :P

Back onto topic - how much Lego do you think is too much? What is the size of people's collections? How many sets versus loose bricks?

I recently passed the 260 set mark and it is growing at an alarming rate!

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Post by Darth Legois on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 3:40 am

sammyboy wrote:I think I have a serious problem - I can't stop buying Lego.

Someone needs to get Kevin Rudd's internet filtering policy to include bricklink on the list - cause it is sending me bankrupt!!! legowink Actually while they're at it, add ebay to the list too! :P

Back onto topic - how much Lego do you think is too much? What is the size of people's collections? How many sets versus loose bricks?

I recently passed the 260 set mark and it is growing at an alarming rate!
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Haha, They should block it! For some reason though BL wont show up on my comp so I guess that kinda helps me lol. legolaugh

According to Brickset I own 83 sets, But I think I have more. legounsure: But I have made several Bricklink orders ect...

260? Woah thats alot! :O:

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Post by sammyboy on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 3:48 am

Yes, I am nuts. The worst thing is that at least 150 sets would of been added since September last year. When I came out of my second "dark" age.

Just this weekend I have basically added all of the large classic Pirate sets to my collection - thats going to cost me around $1,500+

My wife is beginning to not like me anymore! :P

I'll have to update my collection on peeron and post it for a laugh.

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Post by sammyboy on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 4:04 am

Ok, updated my list. Here goes: -

Quantity Set Number Set Name
1 6274-1 Caribbean Clipper
1 7737-1 Off-Road Vehicle and Jet Scooter
2 4993-1 Cool Convertible
2 7734-1 Cargo Plane
1 497-1 Galaxy Explorer
1 5612-1 Police Officer
1 8154-1 Brick Street Customs
6 7744-1 Police Headquarters
5 4954-1 Model Town House
1 8636-1 Deep Sea Quest
1 7248-1 Digger
1 7649-1 MT-201 Ultra-Drill Walker
1 7243-1 Construction Site
1 6667-1 Pothole Patcher
1 6716-1 Weapons Wagon
1 7236-1 Police Car
1 7733-1 Truck & Forklift
1 6400-1 Go-Cart
1 6681-1 Police Van
1 6890-1 Cosmic Cruiser
1 2064-1 Air Ambulance
1 6830-1 Space Patroller
1 4956-1 House
4 7633-1 Construction Site
1 10193-1 Medieval Market Village
1 7900-1 Heavy Loader
1 6825-1 Cosmic Comet
1 8635-1 Mission 6: Mobile Command Center
1 6290-1 Pirate Battle Ship/Red Beard Runner
1 1029-1 Tine Promotional Set: Milk Delivery Lorry (Truck)
2 10185-1 Green Grocer
1 6679-1 Dark Shark
1 6804-1 Surface Rover
1 7723-1 Police Pontoon Plane
1 6951-1 Robot Command Center
1 7741-1 Police Helicopter
1 107-1 4.5v motor set
1 8631-1 Mission 1: Jetpack Pursuit
1 4957-1 Ferris Wheel
1 6927-1 All-Terrain Vehicle
1 6827-1 Strata Scooter
1 6805-1 Astro Dasher
18 3033-1 Unnamed 1200-piece brick tub
1 7630-1 Front-End Loader
1 6410-1 Cabana Beach
3 10191-1 Star Justice
1 6611-1 Fire Chief's Car
1 7587-1 Horse Jumping
1 6508-1 Wave Racer
1 7583-1 Playful Puppy
1 7644-1 MX-81 Hypersonic Spacecraft
1 1497-1 Pitstop and Crew
1 6533-1 Police 4 X 4
1 6522-1 Highway Patrol
2 6765-1 Gold City Junction
2 7945-1 Fire Station
1 886-1 Space Buggy
1 6928-1 Uranium Search Vehicle
1 6399-1 Airport Shuttle
1 6647-1 Highway Repair
1 7731-1 Mail Van
1 6364-1 Paramedic Unit
1 6526-1 Red Line Racer
1 6117-1 Doors & Windows
1 7906-1 Fireboat
1 6581-1 Dig N' Dump
1 6353-1 Coastal Cutter
1 7246-1 Mini Digger
1 7726-1 Coast Guard Truck with Speed Boat
2 3409-1 Championship Challenge
1 7697-1 MT-51 Claw-Tank Ambush
1 6363-1 Auto Repair Shop
1 6689-1 Post-Station
1 8956-1 Stone Chopper
1 8632-1 Mission 2: Swamp Raid
1 4730-1 The Chamber of Secrets™
1 7235-1 Police Motorcycle
1 6402-1 Sidewalk Cafe
1 7893-1 Passenger Plane
1 3431-1 Street Ball 2 vs 2
1 7732-1 Air Mail
1 6670-1 Rescue Rig
1 7645-1 MT-61 Crystal Reaper
1 799-1 Giant base plate—GREY 50 x 50 studs
1 7044-1 Rescue Chopper
1 6257-1 Castaway's Raft
1 6662-1 Back Hoe
1 645-1 Police Helicopter
1 7992-1 Container Stacker
1 8961-1 Crystal Sweeper
1 8630-1 Mission 3: Gold Hunt
1 5610-1 Builder
1 5918-1 Scorpion Tracker
1 6285-1 Black Seas Barracuda
1 7586-1 Sunshine Home
1 7990-1 Cement Mixer
1 6271-1 Imperial Flagship
1 6286-1 Skull's Eye Schooner
1 6929-1 Starfleet Voyager
1 6748-1 Boulder Cliff Canyon
1 6624-1 Delivery Van
1 4953-1 Fast Flyers
1 7898-1 Cargo Train Deluxe
1 7033-1 Armored Car Action
1 4708-1 Hogwarts™ Express
1 6970-1 Beta-1 Command Base
1 8957-1 Mine Mech
1 7647-1 MX-41 Switch Fighter
1 6822-1 Space Shuttle
1 8959-1 Claw Digger
1 6280-1 Armada Flagship
1 6764-1 Sheriff's Lock-Up
1 6950-1 Mobile Rocket Transport
1 7637-1 Farm
1 7998-1 Heavy Hauler
1 10190-1 Market Street
1 8960-1 Thunder Driller
1 7892-1 Hospital
1 7045-1 Hovercraft Hideout
1 6613-1 Telephone Booth
1 6261-1 Raft Raiders
1 7632-1 Crawler Crane
2 7896-1 Straight & Curved Rails
1 7743-1 Police Command Center
1 8637-1 Volcano Base
1 6346-1 Shuttle Launching Crew
1 4995-1 Cargo Copter
1 8958-1 Granite Grinder
1 6823-1 Surface Transport
1 6279-1 Skull Island
1 6821-1 Shovel Buggy
1 7738-1 Coast Guard Helicopter and Life Raft
1 7991-1 Garbage Truck
1 5611-1 Public Works
1 6296-1 Shipwreck Island
1 7897-1 Passenger Train
1 5621-1 Coast Guard Kayak
1 6743-1 Street Speeder
1 6458-1 Satellite with Astronaut
1 6980-1 Galaxy Commander
3 10192-1 Space Skulls
1 8275-1 Motorized Bulldozer
1 7685-1 Dozer
1 7344-1 Dump Truck
2 6763-1 Rapid River Village
1 361-2 Garage
1 7585-1 Horse Stable
1 10182-1 Cafe Corner
1 7636-1 Combine Harvester
1 7905-1 Building Crane
1 889-1 Radar Truck
1 4996-1 Beach House
1 6268-1 Renegade Runner
1 7635-1 4WD with Horse Trailer
1 379-1 Bus Station
1 4514-1 Cargo Crane
1 9247-1 Community Workers
1 4210-1 Coast Guard Platform
1 6411-1 Sand Dollar Cafe
2 7895-1 Switch Tracks
1 6531-1 Flame Chaser
1 6621-1 Fire Truck
1 6277-1 Imperial Trading Post
1 897-1 Launcher {non-U.S. version of 462}
1 7993-1 Service Station
1 7239-1 Fire Truck
1 7942-1 Off-Road Fire Rescue
1 368-1 Taxi Station
1 2535-1 SHELL Promotional Set: Race Car
1 5620-1 Street Cleaner
1 6373-1 Motorcycle Shop
1 10178-1 Motorized Walking AT-AT
1 6276-1 Eldorado Fortress
1 7902-1 Doctor's Car
1 7890-1 Ambulance
1 6565-1 Construction Crew
1 885-1 Space Scooter
1 7237-2 Police Station {without Lighted Figure}
1 7249-1 XXL Mobile Crane
1 891-1 Two-Man Scooter {non-U.S. version of 442}
1 7997-1 Train Station
1 6372-1 Town House
1 7736-1 Coast Guard Quad Bike
1 8634-1 Mission 5: Turbocar Chase
1 6609-1 Race Car
1 6891-1 Gamma-V Laser Craft
1 6808-1 Galaxy Trekkor
4 10184-1 Town Plan
1 4513-1 Grand Central Station
1 7634-1 Tractor
2 6761-1 Bandits' Secret Hideout
1 6806-1 Surface Hopper
1 6741-2 Mini Jet
1 6842-1 Shuttle Craft
1 6921-1 Monorail Accessory Track
1 6669-1 Diesel Daredevil
1 6250-1 Cross Bone Clipper
1 6481-1 Light & Sound Construction Crew
1 7739-1 Coast Guard Patrol Boat and Tower
2 4994-1 Fierce Creatures
3 6769-1 Fort LEGOREDO
3 918-1 Space Transport
1 7238-1 Fire Helicopter
1 6870-1 Space Probe Launcher
1 8633-1 Mission 4: Speedboat Rescue
1 7692-1 MX-71 Recon Dropship
1 6513-1 Glade Runner
3 7680-1 The Twilight
1 6270-1 Forbidden Island
1 5613-1 Firefighter
2 6119-1 Roof Tiles
1 6872-1 Lunar Patrol Craft
1 6809-1 XT-5 And Droid
1 7994-1 LEGO City Harbor
1 6615-1 Eagle Stunt Flyer
1 4895-1 Motion Power
1 6376-1 Breezeway Cafe
1 6701-1 Space Mini-Figures
1 6459-1 Fuel Truck
1 7046-1 Fire Command Craft
1 387-1 Excavator and dumper
1 2537-1 SHELL Promotional Set: River Raft
4 4997-1 Transport Ferry
1 6680-1 Ambulance

So, do you think I have a problem?? :P

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Post by Darth Legois on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 6:32 am

WOAH! What are you going to do with 6x 7744?! :O:
And 3 Twilights? :O:

Maybe a little problem legotoungesmall: , I can see how your wife would start to dislike. :legoeyeshutlaughing:

But I can see why you'd get 4 town plans! Its a great set. legohappy:

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Post by sammyboy on Sun 26 Apr 2009, 9:10 am

LOL - I thought it was a good all round set for parts - got them b/w 25% - 30% off so they werent too expensive.

The Twilights were from the Lego S@H site - 50% off. So another bargain.

I was lucky with the Town Plans, just happened to be in Myer on the 1 day only sale 25% off Lego, so I go three extra ones to keep MISB.

The hard part now is storing all the boxes, instructions, etc.

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Post by Keetong on Mon 27 Apr 2009, 10:32 am

Thats heaps. According to Brickset I have 105 sets (there's us heaps more than that though. Wow still as DL said why do you need so many of one set.

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Post by sammyboy on Mon 27 Apr 2009, 11:53 am

I know, I know... crazy. I just thought for the amount of pieces you got it was a bargain.

I've promised the wife not to buy anymore Lego till the end of May. A $3,000 weekend spent on Lego is not conducive to financial wellbeing!!

I just have to bide my time and wait for all the cool new sets coming out in the rest of this year!

What sets do you have in your 105 set collection? Do you have different themes?

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Post by Brickthing on Mon 27 Apr 2009, 12:07 pm

You can never have too much LEGO, as long as you've got money for other important things in live, and space to store all the bricks! legowink

If you want to maximise your LEGO buying and minimise your costs, I advise you to search smaller and more local auction sites or trade listings, because that's where you get LEGO cheap because sellers are less aware of it's value, and there aren't many buyers around to raise the price. Here in NZ, I've scored a healthy collection of BIONICLE sets of Trade Me, because hardly anyone likes BIONICLE in this smaller market! :legoeyeshutlaughing:

Speaking of BIONICLE, that;s where the bulk of my LEGO sets come from, with well over 120 sets from there. I've got a decent amount of SYSTEM too, but not nearly as much. I really should get a Brickset account and tally my sets... legoneutral:

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Post by sammyboy on Sun 03 May 2009, 3:23 am

Good news! I've managed a whole week, and bought no new Lego sets!!

Have I passed Step 1 of Legoholics Anonymous? legohappy

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Post by marvinblue on Sun 03 May 2009, 12:34 pm

Brickthing wrote:You can never have too much LEGO, as long as you've got money for other important things in live, and space to store all the bricks! legowink

I agree whole-heartedly! Just have to figure out where to store my next container full of Lego..... legolaugh

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Post by Darth Legois on Mon 04 May 2009, 2:49 am

sammyboy wrote:Good news! I've managed a whole week, and bought no new Lego sets!!

Have I passed Step 1 of Legoholics Anonymous? legohappy

Try .......2 weeks legotoungesmall:

I havn't bought a lego set in....oh yeah 2 days......uhh......it was the Wizard Impulse.

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Post by sammyboy on Tue 05 May 2009, 1:11 pm

LOL! I am busy receiving all my shipments - although I did pick up the 7893 Passenger Plane last night. Couldnt help myself!

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Post by peterab on Wed 06 May 2009, 12:58 pm

I'd say if its starting to cause problems like your wife not liking you thats too much.

I must admit I was looking at the Police station at a buy two get one free Myer sale, because I thought it would be
great for parts. The twilight would be pretty good too, but all the themed sets start off pretty expensive so you need
a big discount for it to be a bargain.

How come you want to keep the town plans MIB? If its for investment/speculation you've got to be careful. Over the long
term lego can be a poor investment. It's normally better to invest the money elsewhere. In the short term, parting out the
set and selling the parts on Bricklink is probably more profitable, but with Australia's higher prices you do need to get
discounted sets to make this worthwhile.

BTW brickset tells me I have 206 sets, but that doesnt include any of my 70's train and town stuff, which I had a lot
of from pre dark age, and then went on a largeish nostalgia fired collecting spree for a couple of years. I need more
lego however because my plan is to have a lego train layout. I already have a room picked out for it legosmile2

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Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 2:00 am

Im farely sure that when you can fill a room with lego.. you need to buy a bigger house to put the lego in. Never can you have to much lego it is an imposible thing...
heres an idea instead of spending heaps of money getting stuff we could set up a trading post on ANZFOL that allows you to put your lego up for trade and people can tell you there offer and if you want that set then you trade..
anyone like my idea


... P.S see Zuloo No smilys in this one.. yet

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Post by Captain Zuloo on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:21 am

A good idea it is, but it becomes too tricky when you want to start posting things and you have disputes etc. and all of a sudden the staff become responsible. We'll look into it when we have a bigger member base though. ; )

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Post by Bodville on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:45 am

I don't think you can have too much but it can cost too much and that's probably why the misses is upset.
Lego doesn't seem to depreciate in value so you're buying an investment.
I have a room dedicated to Lego so to most people I have a problem. Collecting trains chews up a lot of space.
Fortunately my kids have outgrown Lego now so I don't have to fight for pieces anymore.

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Post by Captain Zuloo on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:54 am

Your kids may have, but I know another kid that you have to fight with for parts. =P

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Post by peterab on Tue 11 Aug 2009, 8:43 am

Bodville wrote:Lego doesn't seem to depreciate in value so you're buying an investment.

It mostly doesn't appreciate faster than inflation though, so it's not a _good_ investment. It's OK in that after you've finnished playing with it you can sell it all and probably recoup a decent slice of your cost (much better than other toys) but I wouldn't be planning on making money out of it.

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Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Tue 11 Aug 2009, 10:22 am

Captain Zuloo wrote:Your kids may have, but I know another kid that you have to fight with for parts. =P
make that two kids who need stuff for blocksford
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Post by sammyboy on Tue 11 Aug 2009, 11:23 am

Its a better investment than beer and smokes! legohappy

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Post by peterab on Wed 12 Aug 2009, 8:19 am

sammyboy wrote:Its a better investment than beer and smokes! legohappy

Well I'd agree on the smokes legosmile2

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Post by ISC on Wed 12 Aug 2009, 2:01 pm

Well from a MOC point of view, you never have the parts you want when you need them, so I guess never enough is the answer provided your room is like the TARDIS for storage that is legolaugh

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Post by Optimus Dragon on Wed 12 Aug 2009, 5:19 pm

sammyboy wrote:Its a better investment than beer and smokes! legohappy

Any kind of obsessive behaviour that keeps out of important things in life, that makes you forget about anything that really should not is not healthy nor good at all. Yes you can call it Lego smokes... alcohol.... drugs... whatever, it doesn't matter at all mate. The difficult thing is to admit how compulsive/obsessive I am becoming for buying or doing or getting anything instead of enjoy a walk'n talk with my wife. As some one mention before, as long as you have the money... space... etc to afford it fine, but don't let it take control of you, if that happens the hobbie will turn you into its slave, and that mate... sucks! (being there legoheadbang )
I really enjoy my sets... my mocs... but, personally, I don't get frustrated if I don't buy anything new in weeks.
Any way... humble and personal opinion, you are free to do as you wish... and above all enjoy it

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Post by marvinblue on Thu 13 Aug 2009, 3:33 am

According to Brickset, I have 47 sets. I think I might be begining to tamper off, as my loungeroom rug is almost covered, that's the goal. I'll still pick up the odd-set here and there, once I finish this year's purchases. Still, as long as you and your family are happy, healthy and not broke, then you can never have too much Lego!! legohappy-5:

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