Investigate remote polar areas with the awesome LEGO® City Arctic Outpost!
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Drive out into remote areas with the mobile LEGO® City Arctic Outpost and investigate the secrets of the ice in its high-tech laboratory! The truck’s powerful engine and massive tires means it can cope with the toughest conditions. Pull out the box of tools from the trunk and unclip the circular saw and wrench from the sides of the truck. Open up the detachable mobile lab to reveal an impressive array of equipment, including computer screens and microscope, to support the explorers in the search for the secrets hidden in the ice. Cut through the ice block with the chainsaw and attach the all-terrain vehicle’s chain to drag it back to the Outpost. Then activate the crane to lift the ice into the lab for analysis. Includes 3 Arctic explorer minifigures with accessories.
Includes 3 Arctic explorer minifigures with accessories
Truck features driver’s cabin, multiple lights, rotating crane, translucent blue windscreen, massive rubber tires, opening trunk, box with axe, pickaxe, circular saw and wrench, plus attachment points on sides of truck
Mobile laboratory features skis, steps, opening roof and side wall, computer screens, microscope, translucent blue windows, a pot, cup, crystal, radar, antenna, opening trunk with a chainsaw and toolbox
Also includes an all-terrain vehicle with an open cockpit for a minifigure, rubber tread tires, chain, translucent blue ice block and a crystal
Accessories include Artic explorer hoods, pickaxe, grinder and a chainsaw
Pull the box of tools from the trunk
Open the roof and door of the mobile lab for easy play
Drag the ice block back to the Arctic Outpost with the all-terrain vehicle
Lift the ice block into the lab for analysis with the rotating crane
Truck measures over 4” (11cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide
Mobile laboratory measures over 4” (12cm) high, 6” (16cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide
All-terrain vehicle measures over 2” (6cm) long, 1” (4cm) wide and under 1” (2cm) high
Combine with the 60036 Arctic Base Camp for the ultimate Arctic research and discovery mission