Jayden

Llanelli, United Kingdom

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  • 3 years, 8 months ago Jayden (1377) MOC Designer
    Review:
    The pictorials on the box don't do it justice, but once in hand, this set looks amazing!
    With the exception of the stickers and connecting the bones to the main body of the rock formation, my 6 year old son was more than capable of completing this build.

    If MOC's are your thing, 60092 is made up of some very useful and interesting bricks with several large pieces which add value for money. We paid just £19.99 at Argos!

    I am extremely impressed with the design of the submersible! The Lego designer gets mega kudos from me and my son.

    I do wish that the set had come with an alternate to the shark, simply because the shark is offered in other sets within the range but in all honesty, I'm just struggling to find a negative. Even at it's more common price of £24.99, this set is really great value for money.

    Play-ability is off the scale! Plenty of moving parts - the subs robotic arms are well thought out and the little storage cabinets are genius!

    Negatives:
    *Yet another shark
    Positives:
    *Relatively easy build for young children (6+)
    *Imaginative use of bricks
    *Fantastic looking design
    *Loads of play-ability.
  • 4 years, 3 months ago Jayden (1377) MOC Designer
    I have just (26/03/15) bought this set for my 5 year old. A great price - at Morrisons - of only £6.48. I'm guessing it's been deleted from their Lego range or else I'm certain it would have been twice the price.
    Anyway, I digress. I have to say, I am really surprised at how cool this set is. My lad absolutely loves it. It might only be 177 parts, but for that, there's so much playability. A truck, a trailer, fuel tank, spanner/wrench, a podium and trophy, 2 bikes and two minifigures. And I think the ramp on the truck is pretty cool too. Love how it tucks away!
  • 4 years, 6 months ago Jayden (1377) MOC Designer
    The most awkward Lego set I've ever come across.
    Building it was a breeze but keeping it together is near impossible. The trailer comes away far too easily. A little knock or simply lifting the truck or tipping the trailer will cause it to come apart.
    Currently considering modding it in order to improve stability.
  • 4 years, 6 months ago Jayden (1377) MOC Designer
    Well, thanks to a lovely discounted price at Toys R Us, (£53), my son now has this AWESOME set.
    I spent somewhere between 2 - 3 hours building it on Xmas day. The instructions were very easy to follow and it was a joy to see it (the spaceship) come together.
    I think I'm more impressed than my 5 year old on account that everytime I see it, I just have to pick it up and swoooooosh it around for 15 seconds. But only when no-one's looking.
  • 4 years, 8 months ago Jayden (1377) MOC Designer
    I'm actually quite impressed. Will come in very handy now that Lego sets seem to be getting very expensive from main retailers.
    A great help that will save a lot of browsing time.