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Poraz zlého otce Zeleného nindži - Garmadona - s tímto mocným robotem z filmu LEGO® NINJAGO® FILM. Robotický drak Zeleného nindži má klapající kloubové čelisti, plně pohyblivé tělo, kolečkem ovladatelný šlehající ocas, dva vystřelovače na nohou a dvě skryté vysunovací raketové trysky. Tato sada obsahuje čtyři minifigurky s různými zbraněmi - včetně meče Zeleného nindži a Garmadonovy laserové hole - pro ještě více hracích možností.
Obsahuje 4 minifigurky: Zelený nindža, Wu, Garmadon a Charlie.
Robotický drak Zeleného nindži obsahuje kokpit pro minifigurku, klapající kloubové čelisti, plně pohyblivé tělo, kolečkem ovladatelný šlehající ocas s bodci, dva vystřelovače na nohou, dvě skryté vysunovací raketové trysky na předních nohou a zlatavé detaily.
Mezi zbraněmi najdeš ozdobný meč Zeleného nindži, hůl mistra Wu, Garmadonovu laserovou hůl, dvě katany a Charlieho rybí kopí.
Přehrávej si napínavé scény z filmu LEGO® NINJAGO® FILM.
Robotický drak Zeleného nindži měří přes 13 cm na výšku, 60 cm na délku a 12 cm na šířku.
Robotický drak Zeleného nindži is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Green Ninja Mech DragonThis is the first set my 5 yr old asked me to buy after watching the Lego Ninjago Movie. This set has 4 bags inside and 4 neat minifigures to play with. The difficulty level is average. My 5 yr old can do 95% by himslef without help. He did about 30 mins every day and for 5 days.
The dragon itself is awsome! You can move the tail, legs and other joints. The only small part I am not satisfied is Garmado's weapon. It couldn't be pointed straight forward. It can only be put at a certain angle. If I turn it to straight forward, Garmado's helmet would fall down. But it only bothers me, my son doesn't care it at all. He loves playing this set.
I'll definitely recommend this set to friends!
Date published: 2018-01-20
Rated 5 out of
My First LEGO DragonThis is a pretty cool LEGO set for the LEGO Ninjago Movie! Thanks for getting it for me, Mother and Father! It's my first set from this theme and my first dragon set. The details in this set are really cool. The creative use of pieces and this set's looks make this LEGO Dragon great! After watching the movie tonight, I realize that the weapon that Garmadon uses is the ultimate weapon. This set is something worth recommending to a friend! Review by cheesy. 10/15/2017
Date published: 2017-10-16
Rated 5 out of
Imagine DragonThis is the first ninjago set I have ever bought and I really can't put into words just how fantastic this model is! The build of the model is fun even with all the tiny pieces. Durable too! My wife loved it when I brought it home and she carried it around the house like it was a new puppy and only one fin came off after 15 min of hugging and posing for pictures. The minifigures are great too. The double torso guy and the sensi being the best. Only thing I would have improved on is the articulation of the head to the neck joint. The articulation of the rest of the Drago is spot on. Buy this even if you don't collect ninjago.
WINTER IS COMING!
DRAGONS ARE FIRE!
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of
70612 Green Ninja Mech Dragon70612 Green Ninja Mech Dragon is a set of 544 pieces, and is based on The LEGO Ninjago Movie released in 2017. There are pieces for four minifigures and a 60 centimeter long, mainly sand green, gold and black, dragon mech inside the perhaps unnecessarily large box. Opening the box reveals four numbered bags (not surprisingly from 1 to 4), two instruction manuals, a sticker-sheet for 22 stickers (of which none are very large). The first manual is smaller in dimensions, but it comes with more pages (80), and there are 85 steps from cover to cover. The second manual has 68 pages, starts from step 86 and continues all the way to step 203. Both manuals and the sticker-sheet are loose in the box.
Lloyd is dressed in black ninja garb with green trimming, a green emblem printed on his back, green knee straps, and a green bandana adorning his otherwise black ninja head wrap. He is the only minifigure with a dual sided head, and, as far as I know, he appears in this exact form in at least four sets. The white-bearded angry-faced Sensei Wu wears a white robe with gray trim which has a red emblem printed on the back. The robe pattern continues to a printed cloth covering most of his legs, which are brick yellow with a brown sandal pattern printed on the toes. His conical hat is also brick yellow. Wu can be found in this exact form in two sets that I know of. Garmadon's attire is mainly black with some silver, gray and blue printing on his two torsos, and blue sash pattern printed on his legs. The upper armored torso with shoulder protection has printing only on the front, but the lower torso has it also on the back. Garmadon's dark blue robes are new and currently appear only in this set. His legs are in at least four, helmet in at least six, both head and his upper and lower torsos in at least five sets that I know of. The scar-faced Shark Army Gunner (Charlie) sports not only a stubble and a goatee, but also a gray and sand blue suit (possibly a scuba suit) with a printed utility harness sort of a contraption, gray trousers with some printed belts and knee pads, and a dark blue knit cap. As far as I know, the exactly same minifigure appears in three sets.
This set has two completely new parts: the sand green upper (element ID 6195100) and lower jaw (6195101) of the dragon. There are also multiple recolors of old parts, some of which are done for the first time in sand green: the dragon feet (6197561), the left 2x4 angled roof tile (6187609), the right 2x4 angled roof tile (6187610) which are currently available only in this set, the curved wall panel (6196587) makes an appearance also in set 70620 Ninjago City, the skeleton arm (6146094) is also in a Dimensions set from 2015, and the plate 2x2 with a knob (6186826) can be found in three sets released in 2017. Recolors in warm gold include the 2x2 plate with a stump (6195270), the 3.2 shaft with a hole (6197509), both of which are currently available only in this set, and the 2x2 plate (6162885) which can also be found in set 21136 The Ocean Monument. There is also one new print: the green display screen (6248920) from the cockpit.
Bag 1 has the parts for Lloyd with a sword and a tassel, and the chest section of the dragon (where its front legs attach to). This stage had four stickers, and I was left with four spare parts. Opening bag 2 reveals the parts of Garmadon's henchman (Charlie) with a harpoon-fish as a weapon, parts for the dragon's front legs, and the section where its back legs are attached to. Two stickers are applied at this stage of the build, and my set had seven spare parts. I thought the dragon's back spikes were a wee bit hard to align correctly. Bag 3 contains the parts to build both Sensei Wu with his staff and Garmadon, who is armed with two swords. Garmadon's cape and Wu's robe are in a separate cardboard box. There are also the parts for a brick-built laser pointer, the dragon's hind legs, all of the three tail sections, and the ball-jointed flared bits above its front legs. There were only four spares in my set, including two swords. The sticker-count for this stage is eight, and I have to admit I had a real hard time with one of the black stickers. Bag 4 has the parts for the dragon's neck/cockpit and its head. The lower jaw is in a separate protective bag. This stage has eight stickers and my bag had nine spare parts.
In my opinion, the build is not exceedingly difficult, though I abhor the technic bits and bobs in this set. I freely admit making a couple of mistakes with technic pins, but only one bigger mistake that required the use of a brick separator. There is some repetition because of the mech's symmetry, for example, its legs are mirror images of each other. I like the sand green, gold and black coloring of the mech dragon, which is what enticed me to purchase this set. The dragon's head is excellent, the ornaments that adorn the head are stunning, and there is even a movable tongue. I thought the building technique for the dragon's eyes was really clever. The printed green display screen is probably my favorite part, although I like the golden bananas as well. The tail sweeping function works really nicely, and there is enough friction in the lower jaw mechanism which makes it possible for the dragon to hold a minifigure in its mouth (should someone want to perform such an atrocity).
There are also some areas that could be improved upon: the first thing I noticed, before I had even finished the build, was that the tail is way too floppy. It simply wants to stay bent and switch sides pretty much uncontrollably, which seriously limits the swooshability of the dragon. I, personally, would not want to be slapped in the face by a spiked tail when trying to fly my mech around the living room. The two stud shooters are in a very tight and awkward place, which makes them prone to spontaneous combustion when trying to position the front legs. I also managed to pop off one of the sand green angled roof tiles when reloading the shooter. The dragon's head turns only sideways and rotates around its axis, when it definitely should also go up and down for a more animal-like feel. Some of the ornamental bits restrict the dragon's movement, especially that of the head and neck. The thruster cover panels limit the positioning of the front legs, and what really disturbs me is the fact that in my particular set the earth green 2x4 plate behind the dragon's left front leg has actually dug in and wrinkled a corner of the sticker on the thruster cover. I don't think such a thing has ever happened to any of my sets before this, but I'm the one that placed the sticker in the exact spot where the pieces rub together. And finally, this probably is a positive thing for the good guys, but I also noticed the width of Garmadon's helmet restricts his use of the laser pointer so that he cannot shoot straight.
For a fan of Ninjago, dragons, mechs, and/or the color sand green, this is a perfect set.