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Have fun with the awesome T. Rex, featuring a dark-green and beige color scheme, bright orange eyes, posable joints and head, large claws and an opening mouth with pointed teeth. This ferocious dinosaur toy also includes the dinosaur prey in the form of a buildable rib cage. Rebuild this 3-in-1...


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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.
iiiireader - March 31, 2017
I saw this kit and I HAD TO HAVE IT. I'm an adult fan of LEGO (I find building kits extremely relaxing), but I also have a mild obsession with funky robots. Both of those worlds coming together in one kit for under $20?! Shut up and take my money! This little guy looks like he could be the son of Johnny 5 from "Short Circuit". There's some great pieces here and the light brick is an awesome touch, but I doubt I'll be taking him apart, because he just looks too good in my office with all of my other robot toys.
K.L.C - April 29, 2017
Grandson is eight and he put this lego together really fast. He loves it.
Joan M - April 29, 2017
Really cute lego robot for ages 6-12 with moving treads, It really does have a light that you can turn on and off so children love to play with it. Not the most impressive robot, but it does work and goes together quickly for target age group. My grandson takes his lego figures apart after building them so this is an inexpensive little robot that kept him entertained for months. With experence of putting lego figures together, six year old children can put this one together and have a lot of fun. The treads are cheaply built and will come off if you treat the robot roughly but they do work.
Im Dallas - September 9, 2017
This set has it all. It's fun to build, it's got a bunch of useful parts, it's fun to play with and VERY pose-able, and it's super adorable!The alternate builds are both pretty fun, but the main robot build is where it's at. You can pick up the rocks, pose it balancing on one hand, adjust the eyes to get a bunch of expressions, and roll it all around! The tracked wheels are actually linked to a regular rubber wheel, meaning that the treads will spin if you move it over smooth OR rough surfaces! The light brick is integrated in unique ways for each of the three models, too, which can give some inspiration on all the different ways you can use one! The only real problem I have with the aesthetic and playability is the arm of the robot that has the light brick. That arm looks kind of stubby compared to the other one in some poses, and it doesn't articulate at the elbow at all. Not a huge problem though!As for parts, the main draw is obviously the light brick. This is a relatively inexpensive way to get one. The large number of pieces in this particular shade of blue is a huge bonus to me personally since it's one of my favorite part colors that LEGO makes, but it really isn't a super common color in general anyway. It's also a pretty good set to get if you want more of the tracks/treads. The Creator line of sets pretty much always come with a good variety of uncommon and common pieces for a relatively low price, and this one is no different in that respect.I bought this set for the parts, but honestly I don't want to take it apart! It's just so much fun to play with and pose, plus it looks adorable on display. But if you do just want the parts, it's got a lot to love!
Forest - February 11, 2018
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.
CJ Kelton - September 2, 2017
My son really wanted the Lego Boost robot with programming, but I was not so keen to dish out the $160 to get it for him. We ended up getting this one as a consolation gift, and he loved it! Of course, it's not programmable, but the parts still move manually. It's the coolest Lego set we've owned so far (and we have quite a few!)!!
Shanna Fowler - February 10, 2018
I bought it as a gift to my colleagues daughter. She loves legos and dinosaurs so when I saw this I knew who I meed to present it to. As told by my colleague she absolutely loved it and can't put it away. I asked him about the the quality of the product for this review and he mentioned that he found it perfect except a little finishing issues with the legos.
Jyoti Kushwaha - January 20, 2018

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