Mini CLAAS XERION is LEGO set 42102-1. It has a score of 95. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 1.81% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Technic.
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Bought as a birthday present for daughters partner (who's 27 :) ), he loved building it, small build and a great introduction to the technic theme of Lego. Quite an easy build for him, but technical in stages. He also used the Lego app, which was very impressive, very user friendly and certainly assisted in some of the later stages of build when you were connecting sections.
This set is a great value. At roughly 6-7% of the original cost and parts count of it's larger brother, this set still manages to do a lot. It's a good representation of the real-life model, it's sturdy, and it has some fun functions that, while simple, work well. I think there's also a lot to be said about the type of vehicle we have here- a large community around it's bigger brother focus on making new attachments and mods for the Xerion to use. There are countless possibilities for ways that you could create your own attachments for this set to use, and that just continues the value this set provides.
Its price and the ease at which it can be built makes it a great pocket-money introduction to Technic for kids who prefer machinery to the fast cars, go-karts and dragsters that usually occupy the lower price points of the Technic range.
The Mini CLAAS XERION tractor may not have the powered elements or size of its bigger brother, but it's still a cool looking little set. I love it when larger LEGO sets are recreated as smaller scale sets. Trying to capture the look and functions of larger sets on a smaller scale, isn't easy, but this does a decent enough job.
It is always interesting to see how many mechanisms you can include in such a small model, and this one does not disappoint. As you would expect, the tractor has steering that is operated from above the cab. In the picture above you can see that the tedders can be raised. Finally, the rear wheels are connected to the tedder mechanism which makes the two large black wheels turn when the tractor is moved. Three mechanisms in such a small model is quite a achievement.