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Lego City Space Shuttle 3367
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- Includes astronaut minifigure in spacesuit
- 15.04 in L x 10.31 in W x 2.22 in H
- Features the Hubble Space Telescope
- Open cargo bay doors!
- 208 Pieces
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't know what the other guy is complaining about, this set came exactly as expected. I looked at the instructions, and the fact that Lego used a COMPUTER GENERATED image to fit a 4 stud bus into a 2 stud cargo bay (At the very END of the instruction booklet, not in the actual instructions section) was just to give the kids (and adults) some fun facts about the size and ability of the REAL Space Shuttle orbiter, a fact that he doesn't mention at all.
Again, this set came exactly as expected, as pictured. I could not have been more happy with the product received. It'll provide many years of enjoyment to kids of all ages, but keep in mind it's more for kids, considering it's simplicity. Still a wonderful set. Stick with LEGO.
One thing I miss in this set, is some kind of space-tool for the astronaut to hold in his hands on his outer-space trips. Also, I find Lego is an excellent technical-toy, for kids, and to help them with fine motoric-skills, but as a toy to play with it's a bit tedious for young kids, as parts keep coming apart. With this set, it's the top of the cargo-bay, and the elevator-flaps at the end of the wings. Our son was very happy once the shuttle was complete, and started to play with it, but things started to get a bit complicated when the top of the cargo-bay would come of all the time. I solved this problem for him, using a little bit of glue (only for the parts that would keep coming off). I imagine this must be a complete "NO-NO" for Lego-fans,... but this way he can play with it without getting discourage, and will try another lego set.
It's also very educative. I asked if he knew what the satelite was for,... he told me he thinks that's for television. I was surprised, .. it could be indeed a TV satelite,... I figured he must have seen something like it in one of the TV show he watches. Then I told him, the shuttle really exists, and the questions really started. What's this for? What's that for?... can it get close to the sun? Cool. I'm planning to get online, show him some pictures, and videos.
All by all, this is a very nice set, cool toy, educational, and easy to build.
Couple of notes in terms of the build itself:
1. This is a 'modular' build---pieces sorted into numbered bags so you don't have to fish around so much finding what you need.
2. The instructions do not show a parts list on each page as many Lego sets do. In essence, the builder has to look at the previous page and the current page to determine what has "changed" and then choose and place the pieces accordingly. This might be a little challenging for novice builders but the ship is pretty straightforward so it's not a dealbreaker. If you end up with too many leftover parts, though, you probably missed a few steps!
I had no issues with the instructions or the photos in the set. Once constructed, the crane arm and satellite stowed correctly with the doors shut. I got this whole model together in less than 15 minutes, and then we got right to playing.