Put the heat on the shark army with Kai’s Fire Mech!
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Get set for sizzling battle action with this huge and highly posable THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ mech. The Fire Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, 2 shoulder disc shooters and 2 arms with non-shooting fire blasters. Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapons—including Kai’s katanas and Zane’s bow and arrow—to offer even more thrilling role-play possibilities.
Includes 6 minifigures: Kai, Zane, Lauren, Henry, Hammer Head and Jelly.
Fire Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, posable arms and legs, 2 non-shooting fire blasters with translucent fire-style elements, 2 shoulder disc shooters, 2 fire tanks decorated with NINJAGO® symbols and 2 flags with samurai-style decoration.
Weapons include Kai's 2 katanas, Zane's bow and arrow, Hammer Head's fish hammer and Jelly's fish-zooka.
Accessory elements include an ice cream cone and popsicle.
Recreate and role-play exciting THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ scenes.
Fire Mech measures over 14” (36cm) high, 4” (11cm) long and 8” (21cm) wide.
Rated 5 out of
Fire Mech is a MASSIVE Success!First off, let me say that this is my first Ninjago set ever, because the theme honestly never appealed to me. But then the Movie sets came out, and something about them really intrigued me, especially the Fire Mech, so I thought I'd give it a try. And I have to say, I am blown away by this build. The size is huge, something that works just as well as a display model than a toy. Allow me to list some pros/cons:
-Size is impressive, but not too bulky either, meaning it doesn't want to fall over, which impressed me
-The little play features like the disc shooters, the cockpit, and there's even an area on the legs to store Kai's swords
-The color scheme is fantastic
-The minifigure selection is great, you get two ninjas (Zane and Kai who both have great detail), two baddies, and two civilians, which could fit into a City
-Price to part ratio is excellent, this is a great deal
-Stickers, I always prefer printed elements
-The mech doesn't have working knee joints, which I would have liked, but at the same time I think had it had the knee joints, it would fall over continuously, so it's a con that's not really a con
Overall, I'm very impressed by this set, and as someone who didn't know Ninjago very well, I will surely buy more soon. I highly recommend!
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of
Burnanating the countrysideI picked this up after a rough week at work, and a little bit of giant fighting robot went a long way towards improving my mood.
This has a great part-to-price ratio, and the final product is quite large - comparable to your standard combined transforming robot team. It is a solid, well-designed mech that gets plenty of style points from me for its firefighter-like helmet and cockpit, faux-pistons on the back of its legs, and working toe joints.
It's not perfect - there aren't any knees, the legs don't move quite as far outward as I'd like, the shoulder joints sometimes struggle to hold up the weight of the arms, and I kinda miss not having some sort of real hand option, but these are minor issues in the long run.
Date published: 2017-08-08
Rated 5 out of
Excellent Set!!!Loved the set, it does perfect with mech from the lego movie! easy to build and glad I got it. Lego definitely did a good job on this one!
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 5 out of
Fire In The Hole!The Fire Mech proves that while the LEGO Ninjago Movie may have not been as good as we hoped it to be, the sets not only go outside the LEGO box, they destroy it altogether. I liked the fact that Zane was included, and the character designs are really good. The shark people are also pretty cool. Kai's Fire Mech has disk launchers, something I haven't seen in a LEGO set since my first one, General Magmar's Seige Tower of Doom from NEXO Knights. The moveable legs and the hatch are both very well thought out. However, in a battle between Shark Thug and Hammerhead with a spike and hammer in a fish respectively and Kai with a ginormous Fire Mech over a foot taller than them, the battle is a bit one-sided. Also, Kai can't easily get his katanas unless he gets them out of the holders on the Mech, which, while a very good idea, hinder the progress of playing.
No Bad Guy Vehicles
No Sword Holder for Kai; Had To Get It From The Temple of the Ultimate Ultimate Weapon (not a typo)
All in all, this set is a must-have for not just Ninjago LEGO collectors, but any LEGO fan.