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LEGO Creator Rescue Robot 5764

4.6 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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  • 3 models in 1: Rebuilds into a laserbot or robocat
  • Features armored chrome head protection
  • light brick, rocket boosters and antenna
  • Poseable arms and legs
  • 149 elements
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

LEGO Creator Rescue Robot 5764

From the Manufacturer

With armored chrome head protection, light brick, poseable arms and legs, rocket boosters and antenna to pick up distress calls, there's no stopping this fantastic rescue robot. For different missions, rebuild it into a laserbot or a robocat.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11 x 2 x 8 inches
Item Weight 9.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Origin USA
ASIN B004478GG0
Item model number 4610932
Manufacturer recommended age 7 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #160,242 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#5,268 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
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4.6 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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I just finished building this model with my 4 year old son. By no means is this a good "solo build" for such a young kid. I think the recommended age (7-12) is spot on for solo building. This one was fun to build together though. We have not tried the two alternative models yet, but they look great. The "Creator" series are the closest to the origional format of legos. Good kits, with lots of rebuilding potential. The lighted brick in this kit is a fun addition. Other than that there are really only a few pieces that are not "standard" and the assortment looks good for future builds (eventually this will end up in our tub of bricks). Overall a decent value.

I avoid the theme series (star wars, toy story, etc.). As cool as these look, they seem to have lost the lego spirit, and are generally less for the money and less adaptable to your own designs. The few we get as gifts seem to end up the least fun in the long run. I recommend starting young ones with the basic "big old bucket of bricks", moving to the Creator series and ending up with Technics and NXT. Avoid Duplo and any "theme" sets.
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The Lego Rescue Robot looks quite nice on both the box and the completed figure. It has a block with a small led on it, batteries included (important!), two arms and leg joints, in the arms there's the shoulder joint and elbow shoulder, you can also count the two fingers if you want, but they aren't much of a joint than just actual fingers. On the legs it has joints near the waist to move the legs sideways and very limited movement forward and backward, plus joints in the angles that move only side ways.

Overall, the color scheme is very good for the theme the robot has. Feels like something the body of Firefighters would have if they had enough funds to have a mech research project.

Some problems I have found with this set are focused mainly on structure and durability, and are as follow:

- The main 4 joints from the body to the four limbs feel like they should had been backward. Due to how the leg joints are placed in the waist, the piece only allows the robot to do splits, not to move the legs forward and backward. The arms feel also very limited in mobility due to this, but it's nothing a switching around of the joints can't fix, which adds a lot of mobility in both legs and arms in the forward and backward direction.

- The joint in the ankle is too strong to move, if you try to move the ankles, the feet comes off often.

- The Legs tend to break if the feet do not come off when trying to move the ankles. It's either them or the feet falling off whenever you use the ankle joint

Other than that, it's a pretty good designer set. 3 in 1, so a little kid can play with it for a greater length than what a normal 1 design set would otherwise keep them occupied.
It has potential also to be made into more stuff than just the 3 instructions included. I personally am going to combine it soon enough with pieces of the Crocodile designer set.
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This Lego robot has neat lights included. It is durable as all Lego brand toys are. I'd recommend it to anyone. My just 5 year old son loves it and can put it together himself with the directions.
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My 6 year old son loves his robots. He loves this robot. The light is his big selling point. He has already modified the robot with new weapons that he has built. This one did require him to ask for my assistance on a few parts. This robot is pretty durable, but a few times we have had to rebuild a leg.

Like our other products that can be built into several models we have not build the other models besides the robot as my son does not want to take his robot apart to build something else. His sense of accomplishment is enough. I am happy with that. If he feels good about what he has created, then it is worth it.

Another good product worth the price.
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When we purchased this Lego set for our son, he was 7 years old. He's been a fan of Lego since before he was technically old enough to play with them (he was never one to put things into his mouth, fortunately), and the Creator sets are still some of his favorites. Of all the brick-basked building toys, Lego has the clearest directions and best designs, and this set is no exception. Having the directions to build three different creations from one set is very appealing to both kids and parents. My son was able to build all of the designs in this set on his own. He tends to build one creation, play with it for several days, then take it apart and try the next one. I like how the different instructions let kids see how the pieces can be used in different ways.

We've discovered that a great way to keep the Creator sets organized is to store the instruction booklet with any unused pieces in a ziplock bag. When our son is ready to try one of the other forms, he doesn't have to hunt for the other pieces. Eventually with this set, the pieces ended up in the general Lego bin which is used regularly for original designs.
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My daughter says my grandson wouldn't go to bed when he received this. Grandma (me) sent it along with the manual on LEGO Robotics, which is a big contributor to the current US emphasis on teaching children about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). There's a free online program parents can get, but my children like to limit the kids' screen time, so the book is a good alternative. The full program (sold on Amazon) costs $208 for the home version, and I wanted to see how Skyler did with this less expensive kit before making that investment.
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