|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.32 x 5.55 x 1.89 inches|
|Age Range (Description)||84 months to 144 months|
|Model Name||Mighty Dinosaurs|
|Product Dimensions||10.32 x 5.55 x 1.89 inches|
|Item Weight||8.4 ounces|
|Domestic Shipping||Item can be shipped within U.S.|
|International Shipping||This item is not eligible for international shipping.|
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Item model number||31058|
|Manufacturer recommended age||7 - 12 years|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #123 in Toys & Games () |
|Customer Reviews|| |
4.8 out of 5 stars
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Release date||January 1, 2017|
|Mfg Recommended age||7 - 12 years|
Your kids will engage in endless hours of creative play with this 3-in-1 LEGO Creator Mighty Dinosaurs set. The build and play set creates a T. Rex with dark-green and beige color scheme, bright orange eyes, posable joints and head, large claws and an opening mouth with pointed teeth. Kids will also have a chance to engage in creative play by building a Triceratops or a Pterodactyl from the same beige and dark-green bricks. Plus, this dinosaur toy is accompanied with dinosaur prey in the form of a buildable rib cage.
One of the best LEGO sets of its size. Sturdy enough to actually play with without it falling to pieces (and that's saying a lot when it's a T-Rex). Sure, a claw or foot might pop off, but nothing catastrophic. I am buying another set to keep for the next time one of my daughter's friends has a birthday party. Any kid who likes dinosaurs and LEGOs (which is all of them, right?) should love this set.
This is one of the most fun 3-in-1 kits that I have found at such a great price. You have the ability to build not only the advertised 3 dinosaurs but also a fourth bonus build set of instructions are available at Lego (see photos attached to this review.) The builds that come with the kit are a T-Rex, a Triceratops and a Pterodactyl. The bonus build appears to be a Brachiosaurus. We bought two kits so we could have dinosaur battles with our grandson. He is really getting into dinosaurs at the moment, so this kit came at a perfect time. In order to construct each dinosaur, you pretty much have to take the previous one completely apart. It only takes a short time (less than an hour) to rebuild it though it may take younger kids more time. The dinosaurs are articulated very well. The legs, tails, and neck/heads all have hinge points. It makes it great fun to use in battle. We love the kit. The only thing that could make it better would be in Lego had offered it in a variety of colors.
So Cool... So Fun! Provides hours of fun for kids and builders!! 3 instruction booklets, one for each Dinosaur design build. Pros: Great design and features for dino lovers Moving arms, legs, tails, and mouths Check out our unboxing video for a closer look! -- Thanks for watching ToyBop with Annaeee!
My son loved this set. Admittedly, because he is 4 years old, we only got about a quarter of the way through the construction before having to take a break. He then decided he would prefer to turn what we had constructed into a spaceship instead of the dinosaur, and took creative reign at that point, but I think in a year or so, he will have the patience to actually complete this as designed. In spite of not using it as designed, the kit is really cool, and he absolutely loves the claws and bones, etc and uses them with his other lego sets.
This didn't take long to put together, but my son loved it, despite being solely interested in Ninjago Legos usually. I believe his exact words were, "It's cool, mom." For the price, I'd say that's a win. I wish the rest of the Mighty Dinosaurs collection was as reasonably priced.
My sons have many, many lego sets. This is definitely one of my favorites. The details are amazing (especially the teeth and claws). We have only assembled it as the t-Rex so far, but it is so cool. This is a no brainer for any 4-6 year old (girl or boy) birthday gift.
We generally love Lego products, and this wasn't a complete failure - T-Rex looked great, it came together as it should, and all of the pieces were present. But, I mean - what kindergartener plays with a T-Rex GENTLY? The instant T-Rex 'rawred,' his head jaw popped off. My kiddo tried to catch it, squeezed too hard on the body, and the whole thing collapsed into what felt like a million little pieces on the floor. I know, I know, it's 174 pieces to put together, but I swear it breaks into 30480398. So, T-Rex lasted for roughly two minutes. Most of our Lego products hang around a bit longer. Maybe it was user error; maybe it was the amount of moving parts that make it so cool also make it weak. Four stars because we had fun assembling it and because we probably needed to learn this lesson sooner or later. Minus one because stepping on a stray dinosaur tooth after a meltdown was. the. worst.
I got a couple of these sets and was impressed by the versatility of the pieces. Y 3 year old was able to complete the models with a little assistance. Lego.com also provided additional instructions to build a diplodocus, dinosaur airplane, and anklosaurus. Another website had instructions for a mantis and baby dragon (see picture). This set complements other retired sets such as Ferocious Creatures and Mythical Monsters. No doubt, Lego will release something similar in a couple years. I can't recommend paying more than $18 for this set though. For $20 or more, there are plenty of others you can get and which have more pieces.
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