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Roller Coaster

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Product rating. 4.66 out 5 stars
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Take a ride with the ultimate Roller Coaster!

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Enjoy the thrills and excitement of the fairground with this fully functional LEGO® Power Functions and BOOST upgradable chain-lift Roller Coaster, featuring a wealth of brick-built details and 11 minifigures.

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Capture the speed, thrills and excitement of the ultimate fairground attraction with this incredible LEGO® Creator Expert 10261 Roller Coaster. This fully functional chain-lift model comes with 2 trains and an array of authentic features and functions, including a ticket booth, cotton candy cart, concession stand, height marker, and a covered boarding station complete with opening barriers and a control panel. Lower the lap bars to secure the riders into the cars and release the brake to send the train to the foot of the first climb. Then activate the chain lift and enjoy the ride as the gravity-driven cars hurtle through the Roller Coaster’s twists and turns. Upgrade the Roller Coaster with LEGO Power functions for a motorized chain lift or LEGO BOOST for an added movement sensor and realistic sound effects! This incredible collectible toy has been designed to provide a challenging and rewarding building experience with a touch of nostalgia and charm. Includes 11 minifigures.

  • Includes 11 minifigures: a cotton candy vendor, 2 ride attendants, 2 grandparents with their granddaughter and 5 riders. 8 of these minifigures feature reversible heads to display different emotions.
  • Fully functional chain-lift Roller Coaster model features a classic brick-built sign, control panel, 2 trains—each consisting of 3 train cars with low-friction wheels, and a 44-piece track consisting of 7 different rail elements.
  • Also features a ticket booth, fountain, cotton candy cart, concession stand, waiting area with bench, camera element and a pond with a frog figure.
  • Buy your ticket at the booth and make your way to the covered plaza.
  • No cheating at the height marker—the ride attendant has an accurate measuring stick!
  • Help the riders into the cars and secure the lap bars.
  • Release the brake to send the cars to the foot of the first climb.
  • Activate the chain lift to pull the train cars to the top of the first drop.
  • Move the rails to launch a second train.
  • Serve refreshing beverages at the concession stand or spin some cotton candy.
  • Don’t forget to smile as you race past the camera!
  • Upgrade the Roller Coaster with LEGO® Power Functions for a motorized chain lift, or with LEGO BOOST for automated chain lift activation and realistic sound effects!
  • This amazing set includes over 4,120 pieces.
  • Decorated elements include a ticket, money, arrow tiles, pressure gauge, number pad and a ride control panel.
  • Special new-for-June-2018 elements include a 2x8x6 Rail Slope, 1x2x1 Bow Brick, plant leaves, stalks and flowers.
  • Other elements include a height checker and 2 cotton candy treats.
  • Makes the perfect fairground addition to the 10257 LEGO® Creator Expert Carousel.
  • Motorize the Roller Coaster with the LEGO® Power Functions 8883 medium motor and 88000 AAA battery box (not included).
  • Measures over 20” (53cm) high, 34” (88cm) wide and 16” (41cm) deep.
Roller Coaster is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Family Build Yet We are a family of 3 (soon to be 4) who love to build with Lego during our free time. We usually buy Lego sets that our son(age 5) picks out for birthdays and other holidays. We generally build a set over the course of a few days or weeks one bag at a time before bed time. This set took the longest for us to complete, but was very enjoyable to build. My son loved the Minifigures and other accessories like the juice stand and cotton candy cart, while my wife and I were blown away with the design of the frame and intricate mechanisms. My son also liked helping me with the gear assemblies, chain drive, and other complicated sections. Most importantly, unlike a few of the sets we've built in the past, this one has had the greatest play value. My son and I have spent hours loading the cars with various themed characters and acting out their trips to the amusement park. Most recently was Sensei Wu and the Ninjas driving the Ultrasonic Raider to the roller coaster for few hundred laps and some cotton candy. :D While the price is rather high, I believe this set is a great value, especially if you or your kids like to play with Lego sets just as much as building them. The only sort of con for me, is that it takes up a lot of space. We've designated a coffee table to it, and it cant really be taken apart into smaller sections for storage. But its size is also what makes it so incredible and fun.
Date published: 2018-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The set I have always wanted! When I got my Lego freight train set as a child many years ago, I used to put bricks and books under my track to turn it into a roller coaster. Since then I have always wanted a proper Lego roller coaster set. The set can be built in two halves at the same time. I have experienced this in other sets and it should be advertised because it makes building with a friend or family member so much easier and more fun. I built this with my partner and we clipped the two halves of the ride together at the end. Luckily I already had some medium power function motors handy, so I used one to power the chain lift and rollers. I powered the motor with the train controller from my childhood train set. The set has a lot of play value as it comes with a load of mini figures, some stalls and the ride platform. Cars can be stopped and started from the ride platform using the tyre mechanism. If un-motorised, the chain lift can also be hand cranked which adds to the fun. The only con to this set is the usual one where it has some stickers instead of printed bricks. Given the price of the set it should have been all printed bricks. The model is huge and impressive to look at, making it both a great standalone piece or a standout part of a fairground. Overall I am very impressed with this set and have had great fun making and playing with it!
Date published: 2018-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roller coaster.....awesome Our 6 year old son wanted this...luckily daddy wanted it too. Wonderful mixture of complexity. We all assembled on and off over a day and a half was great watching it come together. Even managed a few testing accidents that required the Lego police and emergency services..now we have to buy a second so we can "design our own version".
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth The Wait For many years fans have anticipated an actual roller coaster, and I can say it was definitely worth the wait. The set is huge, which is not surprising due to the skeletal nature of the set. I love the booths set up, as well as the scenic route a minifigure takes while waiting in line. I was also impressed with the strength of the set, as the pillars and beams are held down very firmly. While this is a great set there are a few notable flaws. First off (if it wasn't obvious) the set is very hard to move. You have to be very careful where you pick it up from. Second of all, the track pieces detach somewhat easily, especially after transporting the set. Another minor annoyance is how repetitive the build is. Yes, it's to be expected, but at times it gets annoying, especially when linking together 203 individual chains. While not necessarily a flaw there is one personal disappointment. While Lego is all about rebuilding, it can not be said for the set. I was looking forward to being able to create my own roller coasters, but found that it is extremely difficult to rebuild. The pieces and structure styles included are specifically for this set, which makes it very hard to make new creations. Even as a Lego Expert, it would take a genius to successfully create an operating coaster moc. I have made several attempts, even following the instructions on some parts, but either ran out of pieces, or found errors in the design of the coaster. All that to say, Lego did a great job designing this. Clearly, much effort was put into it. Despite the minor flaws, the whole set is impressive; the details, the functionality, and the size, all make it worth the purchase. Now let's just hope Lego makes another one with a loop the loop or corkscrew.
Date published: 2018-06-01
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