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“A quad without a rider.”

published 11/02/2014

Advantageslooks good, comes with a figure, well made

DisadvantagesFireman Sam won't stay sitting on the seat!

...The Fireman Sam quad bike is one of numerous Fireman vehicles my youngest son aged four and a half years old has. It is probably his least favourite of the lot yet he still includes it in his fire fighting rescues. Like the rest of the Fireman Sam vehicles from Character they are quite simple products yet because they are Fireman Sam they are loved. The Fireman Sam quad is quite a small...

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“Lego Technic Quad Bike”

published 19/01/2017

AdvantagesGood quality, choice of models to build, interesting vehicles.

DisadvantagesExpensive buying a new set.

...First impressions The Lego range has always fascinated me. As a child I moved from Lego onto Meccano, though these days a child can progress through to move advanced forms of Lego, such as the Technics range that we sample here. The set we have here is the Lego Technic Quad Bike, and this is a 2 in 1 set. This means that 2 models can be made from the single set of pieces, though not both...

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Excellent

AdvantagesSmall, great build.

DisadvantagesDin sockets?

...The Quad 34 is a preamplifier, also known as a control unit. It doesn't actually do much amplifying, as that is done by the power amp. The 34 first appeared in 1981, and matches the 405 power amp and FM4 tuner. It was the second preamp in the Quad series '4', the other being the larger 44. The 34 has fewer interchangeable modules than the 44. With the 44, all of the inputs at the rear (for...

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