|Model Name||Underwater Robot|
|Number of Pieces||207|
|Educational Objective||Creative Thinking|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.32 x 7.52 x 2.4 inches|
|Product Dimensions||10.32 x 7.52 x 2.4 inches|
|Item Weight||13.4 ounces|
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Item model number||6250785|
|Manufacturer recommended age||7 years and up|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #9,286 in Toys & Games () |
|Customer Reviews|| |
4.8 out of 5 stars
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Release date||January 1, 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||7 - 21 years|
Explore the depths of the ocean with the LEGO Creator 3in1 31090 Underwater Robot, featuring highly posable joints, large transparent domed helmet, red robot eye, ballast tanks and huge feet for exploring the seabed. Remove the robot eye to transform the dome into a cockpit control center. The Underwater Robot also has a claw and drill at the end of its left arm and a grabber on its right. This set also includes a manta ray figure with a spiked tail, plus a small seabed build with gold nuggets and a sea plant. With LEGO Creator 3in1 sets you get 3 different build and play experiences. Build the Underwater Robot and then rebuild it to create a Submarine or an Underwater Crane treasure hunt center for more deep-sea action and adventure.
My son is Autistic, but he is a master at Legos. We’ve just recently discovered this gift. So, as money allows, I will smother him in Lego gifts. I am so excited that we found something he can do! It is truly amazing that my career cognitive delayed boy can master something! He has found something he is truly amazing at. This Lego Creator offered him a small challenge, but I’m sure it would have been a big challenge to you to I. He could not get the head to go into the stand up robot statue, so he just left it out. That’s why I gave it 4 stars. Regardless, it is so well built, and now he plays with it since he put it together. Thanks Lego for giving my sweet boy something he can be amazing at!!
Loved putting together this set, and the pieces are great for building a variety of robots in future. However, you have to buy three of these sets to make all three items at the same time. That is a big downside to 3in1 sets. We wanted to play with the sub and large robot at the same time but you cannot do that with only one set.
Bought this for my sons 5th birthday and he LOVES it. The age is 7-12 but my 5 year old could do it without much help- he’s pretty mechanical for his age. Not sure how most 5 year olds would do with it. He loves that he can take it apart and make another one as well- he’s made all three!
My son picked this out on Amazon to buy with his own money he earned while doing extra chores during COVID-19 quarantine. He loves it! The pieces are tiny, and six year olds aren't known particularly for their keeping up with things! But he was able to put it together with a little help from me or Dad, and a little patience. :) He had to take breaks and come at it a few different times. My only complaint is that the piece that holds the top half of the large body to the lower half (black cylinder that allows the hip to swivel) comes apart easily. We've fixed it a thousand times. Other than that it holds up to pretty rough play (battling with transformers, etc.) pretty well. Will buy more of this type of toy I am sure.
My 6yr old bought this for himself and loves it! He put it together easily on his own and it has taken up many hours keeping him busy working on it. It's a great independent activity if your child can do LEGO sets on their own.
This is a nice build. It didn't take long to build (½ hr, give/take). I got this for my son when he was 10. The 3 in 1 sets are great because my kids can decide which of the 3 things they want to build. Now these sets share the pieces for all 3 different builds, so that means that all 3 things can NOT be built at the same time. The creation/build has to be taken apart and then simply follow the directions to build something else using the same blocks. Not all 3 builds will use all of the blocks, so there will be spare pieces. Legos are always fun and it keeps my kids occupied for a little while and gives them something fun (& creative) to do other than mindless TV. Overall this is another great set from Lego. We have a lot of Lego sets and we're usually very happy with them.
Uses a lot of fun pieces in interesting ways and looks great when done. The arms could use an additional point of articulation but for a relatively simple set it's really fun to put together. As a free-form builder fan and also a fan of cool sets remaining assembled I'm not sure if I want to leave it built or use the pieces in a loose collection. Good problems to have.
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