During my Eiffel Tower, Day 4 build session, I started the third instruction manual. I built my way through bags 41 – 51. You guess it, that meant four more support struts and a sea of grey parts. It was very repetitive. Similar to previous sessions, I built for approximately three hours today. Consequently, my total build time is just under 13 hours at this point. You can see more in the video below!
NOTE: The LEGO® Group provided this set for us. However, the provision of products does not guarantee favorable commentary.
I don’t have much to say in this section that I have not said before… Building the struts is a mind-numbing experience. You build cross support after cross support. Three hours was just about all I could handle of that in one sitting. However, once finished, the Eiffel Tower looks really nice. It is starting to gain some height at this point. In fact, I am about halfway up after completing this section. There’s more to come, so be sure to check back. In the meantime, if you missed previous entries in the build journal, I’ve placed some links below below. Also, let me know what you think in the comments or by reaching out on social media.
Until next time,
Eiffel Tower Build Journal Entries
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