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Includes 3 minifigures: Zia and 2 guards, plus 2 dinosaur figures
Features a single-seater truck and a detachable trailer with a containment unit that has opening and lockable side panels, landing gear, plus a mobile medical unit and monitoring system with 2 transfusion leads
Weapons include a gun stud shooter and a shock prod
This T. rex toy is suitable for ages 7-12
Style:Deluxe Pack – Accessories
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16 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
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UPDATE: I’ve noticed this set is being sold for more than the retail price. As far as I can tell, the retail price is $69.99, so be sure to check around before making this purchase.
REVIEW: Overall, there’s a lot going on in this set. But if we are being honest, the main attraction to this set is the large T-Rex. The pictures on the box don’t give the T-Rex’s size justice, but once you put it together, you’ll quickly realize how big it actually is. If there’s a nice little bonus feature with this set, it would be the baby dino. Though the coloring is off, I guess it’s possible that the baby dino could be the T-Rex’s… that is totally up the builder to determine. 🙂
A few reasons why I really like this set:
~ The T-Rex is HUGE and has fantastic detail
~ The T-Rex has great mobility and range of movement… from the legs, to the arms, to the tail, and to the head
~ The truck that transports the T-Rex looks great and has a sturdy design/feel
~ The T-Rex actually fits in the transport truck, which adds a great deal of playability
~ The baby dino that comes with this set is super cute
~ The three minifigs go great with this set and make the set feel complete
~ The piece count is above average for the price considering you are getting the large T-Rex
~ There are several unique and semi-rare LEGO bricks in this set
Areas of concern/improvement:
~ The mobile ‘monitoring’ system seems odd to be a part of this set… I’m sure it makes sense with the movie, but it just feels out of place
~ The two guards are identical in their torsos and legs… it would have been nice if something distinguished the two
In closing, I really like this set and I think the T-Rex makes this set totally worth it. The T-Rex’s coloring and design are exclusive to this set, and anytime there’s anything exclusive in a LEGO set, the value seems to hold and perhaps go up in the future. If the latest Jurassic World LEGO sets that are out now are as popular as the sets back from 2015, then these types of dinosaur LEGO sets will definitely go up in value.
I’d recommend you check out the following LEGO Jurassic World sets if you’re wanting to add other dinosaur LEGO sets to your collection: LEGO Jurassic World Stygimoloch Breakout 75927 Building Kit 222 pieces,LEGO Juniors T. rex Breakout 10758 Building Kit 150 pieces,LEGO Jurassic World Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape 75929 Building Kit 577 pieces,LEGO Jurassic World Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate 75930 Building Kit 1019 pieces,LEGO Jurassic World Pteranodon Chase 75926 Building Kit 126 pieces,LEGO Jurassic World Blue’s Helicopter Pursuit 75928 Building Kit 397 pieces,LEGO Jurassic World 75932 Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase (360 Pieces).
I give this set a strong buy recommendation and I think you’ll be pleased with your purchase.
If you found my review helpful, please let me know. If you have any questions, donât hesitate to ask. Lastly, be sure to check out my other LEGO reviews.
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