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LEGO Maersk Line Triple-E (10241) Retiring Soon

LEGO Maersk Line Triple E (10241)

Everything usually comes to an end and that is what’s happening with the LEGO Creator Maersk Line Triple-E (10241)icon. The set has been available since January 2014 but now has been placed in the “Retiring Soon” section on Shop@Homeicon. This usually means LEGO has probably stopped producing the set and is just selling off the rest of their inventory online and in stores to make room for upcoming releases. There’s no exact timetable on when the Maersk Line Triple-E will be fully retired but there’s still some time to pick it up as of this writing. Thanks to Michael for the heads up.


New January 2014 LEGO Sets Now Available Plus Promo Details

LEGO January 2014 Calendar

It’s January, in the east coast at the time of this writing, and there are new LEGO sets available to purchase on Shop@Home. Some notable additions include the Maersk Line Triple E (10241)icon. The set contains 1518 pieces and goes for $149.99. Next is the LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant (10243) which contains 2469 pieces and retails for $159.99. The newest LEGO CUUSOO set is also avaialble, the NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover (21104). It has 295 pieces and goes for $29.99. Finally, you can get your hands on the LEGO Architecture Eiffel Tower (21019). This new addition contains 321 pieces and selling for $34.99.

There are also some promotions going on this month. From January 1-20, for every purchase of $50 or more, you can get a free LEGO City Police ATV Polybag (30228), while supplies last.

At the start of every week of January, you can get a free LEGO Movie character poster with any purchase. The characters include Wyldstyle, Emmet, Lord Business, and Batman.

Another promo for the movie is from January 20 through February 16, head over to your local LEGO Store and build something to display and you can get a free The LEGO Movie Accessory Pack.

LEGO January 2014 Calendar


LEGO Maersk Line Triple E (10241) Officially Announced

LEGO Maersk Line Triple E (10241)

Today at LEGO Fan Weekend in Skærbæk, Denmark, LEGO announced it’s latest exclusive set in the Maersk line of products, the Triple E (10241). It replaces previous Maersk ships including the Maersk Sealand Container Ship (10152) and the Maersk Line Container Ship (10155). Below are the details of the Triple E as well as official images and video by LEGO Designer Jamie Berard.

Build the Maersk ‘Triple-E’ container vessel – a true giant of the seas!

US $149.99 – CA $179.99 – DE 129.99 € – UK 109.99 £ – DK 1199.00 DKK

Presenting the largest ship in the world – the record-breaking Maersk ‘Triple-E.’ Built from over 1,500 bricks, the model recreates the real vessel in amazing detail. Our LEGO® designers have included rare colors such as medium azur, dark red, sand blue and sand green. There are rotating gold-colored screw blades leading to the brick-built twin propeller engines, which you can view through the window built into the port side of the ship. You can even customize it by adding or removing the containers. This authentic set includes a display stand and fact plaque with detailed information about the ship and, as a finishing touch, there’s the gold coin that is added under the mast of all Maersk Line ships for good luck on their voyages. This model is perfect for LEGO fans!

• Features include rotating gold-colored propeller blades, brick-built twin 8-cylinder engines, viewing window into the engine compartment, adjustable rudders, detachable lifeboats, removable containers, rotating crane arms and a special ‘good


LEGO Maersk Triple E (10241) Announced at LEGO Fan Weekend 2013

Back in July, we posted that there will be a new LEGO Maersk Ship (10241) that will be released in the near future. There was speculation on what kind of ship it will be. I predicted it would probably be the new Triple E cargo vessel and today at LEGO Fan Weekend 2013 in Skærbæk, Denmark, it was announced that the new Maersk ship will indeed be the Triple E. Initial details are there will be 1,518 pieces and will cost $149.99/€129.99. It’ll be available January 1, 2014 at LEGO brand stores and on Shop@Home. We’ll do another post when the official details are available.

Update: Official details are now available.

Images via Jan Beyer and Dirk Frantzen


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