Set Value (New/Sealed)

This represents the current new/sealed value of the set FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest since January 2006. Medium accuracy
9763 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest was a 1,514 piece Exclusive exclusive set with 2 minifigs released in 2006. It was created for use during 2006-2007 First LEGO League "Nano Quest" challenge. The challenge is developing anything using nanotechnology that improves or makes life easier from medicine to computers to the environment.

The current value for a new and sealed FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest is estimated at $171 with an average yearly gain of about 5%.
It's been a few months since we have seen 9763 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest for sale in primary or secondary markets. The current value of this set might be slightly higher then what we have estimated. The last new FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest seen was sold on ebay.com.

Minifigs

FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2006 Nano Quest contains the following minifig. The minifig is unique to this set.

Sets in Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League

Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2016
Pieces / Minifigs 2,161 / 2
Availability Retired
45802 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2016 Animal Allies
Retail $225.00
Value $264.05
Growth  17.4%
Annual growth 2.0%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2011
Pieces 2,105
Availability Retired
9697 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2011 Food Factor
Retail $225.00
Value $399.58
Growth  77.6%
Annual growth 4.7%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2017
Pieces / Minifigs 2,045 / 1
Availability Retired
45804 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2017 Hydro Dynamics
Retail $225.00
Value $237.80
Growth  5.7%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2013
Pieces 2,031
Availability Retired
9664 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2013 Nature's Fury
Retail $225.00
Value $237.87
Growth  5.7%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2018
Pieces / Minifigs 1,892 / 3
Availability Retired
45806 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2018 Into Orbit
Retail $299.00
Value $326.74
Growth  9.3%
Annual growth 1.8%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2012
Pieces 1,615
Availability Retired
9657 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2012 Senior Solutions
Retail $225.00
Value $168.54
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2007
Pieces / Minifigs 1,563 / 1
Availability Retired
9764 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2007 Power Puzzle
Retail $75.00
Value $253.95
Growth  238.6%
Annual growth 4.0%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2005
Pieces 1,470
Availability Retired
9762 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2005 Ocean Odyssey
Retail $75.00
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2004
Pieces 1,436
Availability Retired
9761 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2004 No Limits
Retail $75.00
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2001
Pieces / Minifigs 1,368 / 5
Availability Retired
9784 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2001 Arctic Impact
Retail $75.00
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2009
Pieces 1,309
Availability Retired
9698 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2009 Smart Move
Retail $75.00
Value $130.13
Growth  73.5%
Annual growth 12.0%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2003
Pieces / Minifigs 1,274 / 4
Availability Retired
9788 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2003 Mission Mars
Retail $75.00
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2002
Pieces 1,020
Availability Retired
9789-2 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2002 City Sights
Retail $75.00
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2008
Pieces / Minifigs 778 / 12
Availability Retired
9699 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2008 Climate Connections
Retail $75.00
Value $344.85
Growth  359.8%
Annual growth 10.0%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2016
Pieces 81
Availability Retired
45803 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2016 Creature Craze
Retail $19.99
Value ~$19.99
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / FIRST LEGO League
Year 2010
Availability Retired
9696 FIRST LEGO League Challenge 2010 Body Forward
Retail $225.00
Value $192.71
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Nanotechnologists deal with tiny things in their work every day. Nano objects don’t behave like objects in the visible world. For example, tables that look solid are full of atoms that are constantly in motion. A table isn’t sticky when it’s full-size, but an atom from a table might be impossible to unstick from another object. It’s hard to work with objects that are sticky and in constant motion.

First activity: To teach your team more about how the properties of everyday things change with the size of the object, have them try cutting a piece of paper in half. Then cut it in half again. And again.
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