Lego Ferris Wheel
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- The carnival has arrived and the Ferris Wheel is spinning in full gear
- When the carnival is over, rebuild it to create a crane or working drawbridge.
- Step-by-step instructions for three models in one box, plus photo inspiration for many more
- Requires 6 AA batteries, not included
- Contains 1,063 pieces
- Kids can create a fully functional ferris wheel using the new power functions, complete with motor and battery box
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Includes step-by-step instructions for three models in one box, plus photo inspiration for many more.
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LEGO® Creator Ferris Wheel (4957)
Safety WarningCHOKING HAZARD - Contains small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years.
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A month later he built his own imaginary structures - but finally followed up by building the moving bridge - he liked that, but unfortunately the motor had stopped working by then, so he was left with manually moving it.
Lego blocks are good because you can always re-use the pieces, but this one the pieces are a bit specialized and don't lend themselves to building other more solid projects.
Overall we give it a 2 (or 2 1/2).
We had some issues with the tension on the bands not turning the wheel, but we doubled it up with another one and it works good enough. (no matter what we do, it doesn't turn really fast). I called Lego and they are aware of the problem and are mailing me some extra bands that should work better.
It took us about 5 days to build at about an hour/day. We haven't tried the crane or bridge yet, but he's very excited to do both. At the moment though, he likes the Ferris Wheel too much to take it apart.
I didn't attempt either of the other designs included in the instructions, although I did assemble my own windmill from the pieces. I just feel that the ferris wheel itself was quite a letdown, especially compared to the normally sturdy nature of Lego products.