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LEGO Dino Defense HQ 5887


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  • Includes 4 hero minifigures and 3 dinosaurs and features Dino Defense HQ, helicopter and car
  • Dino Defense HQ features opening gates, moving crane with net, flick missiles, communications centre, laboratory, helicopter landing pad and 3 flick missiles
  • Also features refilling station, helicopter and car
  • Dino Defense HQ measures 30" (76cm) wide and 22" (56cm) high
  • T-Rex stands over 6" (16cm) tall and 10" (27cm) long, Raptor stands over 3" (9cm) tall and 4" (12cm) long, Coelophysis stands over 1 ½" (5cm) tall and 3" (9cm) long
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 3.4 x 14.9 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B005VPREA8
  • Item model number: 4653990
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,186 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

At Dino Defense HQ, the heroes are preparing to battle the mighty dinos. Equipped with a communications centre, laboratory and tranquilliser refilling station, it’s a hive of activity. That is, until the mighty dinos attack. Close the gates, fire the tranquilliser weapons and capture the dinos with the crane and net. They’ll wish they’d stayed in the jungle. Includes 4 hero minifigures, 3 dinosaurs, helicopter and car.

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My grandson loves Lego toys.
Liz Marren-Licht
It was worth it though to see his eyes get all big and light up when he opened this!
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My grandson - and my son - love it!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Robert P. on January 23, 2012
When I was first assigned to Dino Defense HQ, I knew I'd be in for a long tour of duty. I'd seen it all in the past, adventuring with Clutch Powers, pirating on the Imperial Flagship chasing Captain Brickbeard, even some time in the "Imperial Navy," but that was a long time ago. Now I'm at Dino Defense HQ, with a vaguely defined mission to protect the base at all costs against the dinosaur horde. The tools at my disposal? A helicopter, an all-terrain vehicle with a tranquilizer gun, and a whole lotta guts. When I was asked to come defend Dino HQ, I was told the builders spared no expense. The people who built this place to contain the T-Rex must have thought a gate about half her height would do, but I'm here to tell you, she needs a bigger cage. This cage might keep Coelophysis contained, but not Raptor. You can tell when you look at the Raptor, she's working things out, trying to figure a way to escape.
Good thing we have a helicopter. When trying to keep these beasts contained, it's good to have some real firepower. Two tranquilizer darts ought to do. Use those tranq darts to lure the T-Rex to the front gate, signal the boys to get the net ready, and bingo, you've bagged a dinosaur. Every day, dinos escape and we repeat the process. Over and over again. A guy could go crazy out here, only 1 female minifig, no tv, nothing. I might just have to get in the helicopter and return to Lego City. This job just don't pay enough.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Miller on December 28, 2011
It is Lego dad back once again! This time the purchase was not for me but for my little one. That being said and him being six, for this one I was the one that had to do the majority of the building. Not that I'm complaining as building the sets is almost more fun for me than actually playing with them. The Dino line is one of the new Lego series for 2012 and they launched with this set at the 100$ price point. I am almost a little torn on what rating to give this one and I will explain why.

The good; my little guy almost exploded when he opened this. Lego and Dinosaurs, how could this NOT be cool. The unique pieces are great, and this set comes with a Giant T-Rex and 2 smaller dinosaurs (the 2 bigger dinosaurs have building pegs on them so that mini figures can "ride" them, my son loved that part). They also introduce some great weapons and mini figures. The set itself is a blast to play with, it has working gates, a crane and comes with a helicopter and an off road vehicle.

The not so good; for this being a non licensed Lego property I feel that there should have been more included. Less than 800 pieces, and only 4 mini figures does not a 100$ set make. The build was rather monotonous with a good bit of the instructions being `build this X2' which doesn't make for a unique construction experience. I did have the entire set together in less than 2 hours though, so if you are a parent building this for your little one, it will not take all day. Depending on your child's age, they may need help with this one if trying to build by themselves. A final quibble, the box makes it look like the search light actually lights up, sadly it does not. It would have been great if Lego had made this happen.

Overall the positives still outweigh the negatives. If you are looking for the best bang for your buck wait for this to go on sale.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Suki Hothi on March 19, 2012
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Junior is a great fan of Lego and has many sets ... Stars Wars, City, Ninja, Earth Defense and now Dino Defense.

It is very, very disappointing to see how Lego priced this particular item .... there is no way in a million years this is a $99 set. One could stretch it as half the price ($49.99) but $99? Lego is beginning to rip off it's biggest fans and it is a very, very sad day when that happens.

Junior is 6 years old, coming onto 7. He will ask for many more sets in the future and no doubt, get them. However, each over-priced item will leave a bad taste in the mouth and draw more criticism from devotees.

Shame on you Lego!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By BebopKi on February 18, 2012
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I am honestly disappointed with this Dino set. It was amazing looking at the pictures but when built and finished there are a lot of inconsistencies with the set. For a product that costs $100 I was expecting a lot more from it. For starters the set itself is not that large, in fact its a few inches shorter than my Aquazone set. This is an issue because the included T-rex is taller than the bases and just as long. So if you're going for realism (I know these are Legos), the T-rex trapped inside could thrashed the helicopter doc, missile base, crane base, and communications station. It could even gobble up the figures standing on the walls and bases. Then we have the bases and communication station without steps and latter. What I mean is there isn't a way for the figures to climb and walk onto the stations, especially the communications base. I had thought the backside had some kind of latter or elevator system to transport the figures up not shown by the pictures, but no. So I'm suppose to believe that the figures magically float themselves on/into their respective station? Even the helicopter base is left without a ladder. How are the figures suppose to climb onto/get off the station onto solid ground? I also have an issue with the communications base because unlike most vehicles/buildings it isn't built with a hinge to lift up the roof to place the figures in. Instead it's snap on, so you have to literally lift off the entire roof to place a figure in/out.

It has a good design but it needs a lot work to make it more realistic considering this is a base. I do really enjoy the extra dinos though, they are amazing. Artfully detailed, realistically sculpted, and amazingly articulated this is the best Lego Dino/theme ever!
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