Fire ‘soundwaves’ from Cole’s Quake Mech to save TV reporter Fred Finley from the shark army, with this all-action THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ set. The highly posable, uni-wheel Quake Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, fold-up shoulder ‘loudspeakers' with 8 hidden ‘soundwave'-shooting flick missiles, fully posable arms with gripping fists and a big wheel with stabilizer. This cool toy for kids also includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons to intensify the role-play battles.
Includes 5 minifigures: Cole, Misako, Crusher, Mike the Spike and Fred Finley.
Quake Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, fully posable arms, gripping fists, fold-up shoulder ‘loudspeakers’ with 4 ‘soundwave’-shooting flick missiles on each shoulder, and a big wheel with stabilizer.
Weapons include Cole's hammer, Misako's bow and arrow, Crusher's fish sword and Mike the Spike's fish spear.
Accessory elements include Misako's quiver and Fred Finley's microphone.
Misako and Fred Finley minifigures are new for December 2017.
Recreate and role-play exciting THE LEGO® NINJAGO® MOVIE™ scenes.
This cool toy for kids is suitable for ages 9-14.
Measures over 12” (33cm) high, 6” (16cm) long and 11” (30cm) wide.
Rated 5 out of
Best Mech so FarLet me just say that this is probably one of my favorite sets (next to the Rock Roader and Morro's Dragon). If you are thinking of buying a nice big set for yourself and you are a Cole fan (or a fan of awesome stuff) then you should buy this! I'll break down the set and get all of the details covered so you can decide if you want the set or not.
First I'll talk about the minifigures. The set comes with 5 minifigures; Lady Iron Dragon, Cole, Fred Finley, and two Shark Army dudes. The Cole that it has is the same one you can get from the Manta Ray Bomber (which I got for Cole in the first place). He is a very nice figure to have and this is a cool way to get him if you need him. The Lady Iron Dragon minifigure is awesome to have. I was hoping that she would appear in a set so the fact that she came in this one was awesome and convenient. Fred Finley is okay, nothing too special about him per say. The set also has 2 new Shark Army dudes, so if you have a Shark Army collection to get beat up by the Ninja, these dudes will do.
Next I will focus on the set itself. Like I said, it is just beautiful. The attention to detail is impeccable and it makes a great display and play set. For those who wondered how it stood up just like I did, it has a kickstand built in the back so you can easily stand it up. My favorite part of the set is the turntables in the cockpit. He has some AC/DC records playing and that is just awesome to me. Other features that are awesome are the HUGE tire, the arms with articulated fingers, and the shooting speakers. The tire is massive, it's honestly amazing. The way that the lower half of the set is designed looks amazing, especially with the tire. The arms have the shooting speaker mechanism, and let me tell you, this is one swole mech. The arms are big enough to be able to have the articulated hands, so he can pick up Shark Army dudes and fling them across the room. After he has flung them he can shoot them. This whole set is really fun to play with.
Overall this is a wonderful set. I can't say that there is one reason you shouldn't get it, because it is so great. Whether you want it for display, playing with, or both, this is an awesome set for all.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 5 out of
SatisfiedI like all the mech sets and garmadon army sets, not so much the location sets, but the quake mech was the set I was looking forward to the the most and it met all my expectations.
As much as I’d like the mechs to resemble their movie counterparts more, I understand the compromise and I think Lego did well to adjust the designs to keep the essence of the sets and now have it break the bank.
Date published: 2017-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Bring Down the Beat With the Quake Mech!I was so impressed by the Fire Mech in the first wave of the Ninjago Movie sets that I decided to buy this one. First off, the mech itself is great; the size is worth the 90 bucks, and the play features with the mech are fun (flick fire missiles, opening loudspeakers, articulation of the arms, hands, and wheel), and the entire thing stands on the wheel and cheater stand, which is not as conspicuous as I feared it would be. However, do make sure when you pick it up, you have control of the thing, cuz when it's on the wheel alone it will wobble a bit, but it's fine when it's on the cheater stand and wheel. The detail is incredible, and I personally love how it has music-themed elements in the set. As for the minifigures, they're fine. Cole is nice, the reporter has a very useful torso if you need a reporter, the baddies are good (LOVE the crab helmet), but the one letdown of the set is Misako, who I was very excited at first to see in this set. However, her face printing is bad, it looks like the definition of the skin tone was not painted properly, so it comes off looking like a knock-off brand face. But overall, I was very happy with the mech, and mostly the minifigs, it's just too bad about Misako. Also, the price-to-part and volume-to-part ratios are excellent.
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 5 out of
The Final MechThe Quake Mech is a great set for anyone. I bought mine at Toys R Us a week ago and I just decided to make a review. Cole is a great minifigure to get because he is kinda uncommon and the gunner is ok. Getting the crab helmet again is great and the reporter is ok. Lady Iron Dragon is good except the face looks kinda weird. Printing yellow on black doesn't show up very well. The Quake Mech has a kickstand allowing it to stand up well. The build looks amazing with the other mechs and this set is just fantastic.