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Ambulance Helicopter

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Transport the mountain snowboarder to the hospital!

Item
60179
VIP Points
40
Ages
5-12
Pieces
190

Features

Take the snowboarder to LEGO® City Hospital in the Ambulance Helicopter, featuring spinning rotors, hatch on the back, plus snowboard and radio elements, and 3 minifigures.

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Join the LEGO® City rescue team and fly the 60179 Ambulance Helicopter! This mountain rescue helicopter toy for 5-12 year olds features spinning rotors, hatch on the back, landing gear and room for a stretcher inside, plus snowboard and radio elements, and 3 minifigures.

  • Includes 3 minifigures: a pilot, doctor and a snowboarder.
  • Features a red and yellow Ambulance Helicopter with spinning rotors, landing gear, hatch on the back and room for a stretcher inside.
  • Spin the rotor to launch the helicopter.
  • Open the hatch to fit the stretcher inside the back.
  • Accessory elements include a snowboard, stretcher and a radio.
  • Helicopter measures over 3” (10cm) high, 11” (29cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide.
Ambulance Helicopter is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good play experience This was actually the first lego set that my kid named one of the minifigures, which made me really happy to see that he was using his imagination well. The helicopter has since been used as a rescue helicopter, and evacuation helicopter, gotten stolen by bad guys, and more, so the play utility is definitely there. I'll run the risk of repeating myself with the other reviewers when I say you can't put the medic into the back well. Half of her stays outside the helicopter in a very precarious position, so much so that she was dropped at one time and lost for almost two weeks before I found her hiding under the recliner. That's definitely a problem that I assume the designers are aware of. As for the cockpit of the helicopter, I have a couple things to say, I was dissapointed that I didn't see a seat or any kinds of controls on the interior. (I'm nitpicky, I know) But it bugged me to the point where I got a one of my old radar pieces, a seat, and one of my old antennas for joysticks (I know helicopters have two, but I could only find one.) to spruce up the cabin. I di like the fact that there was room for that, though, and I have a feeling that this thing will be around for a long time to play with.
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gift This was a gift for my 30 yr son for Christmas. He was so excited to get it he built it in 1 hr .Legos are always fun to build and fun to play with, we also bought a “Who is it game” and the whole family spent hours playing. Thanks LEGO your never to old to be a kid and build and have a imagination to expanded.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost got it.... As an EMS provider, I was thrilled to see an EMS “vehicle” as there have been pleanty of police and fire sets over the years. This set does a great job recreating a medivac helicopter and I like the coloring. Most are usually just displayed in a red/white scheme. The yellow in this set makes it pop. I’m hoping there will be s future set with a more “true to life” ambulance.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Set I purchased this set shortly after buying the Lego City Hospital set 60204. The shaping is fairly plain towards the front, using a canopy piece we've seen many times before, but I like how the back section was built up with an opening hatch. There's enough space to hold the patient on the stretcher laying down, and the medical detail inside is fine. I also like the folding seats that can accommodate more minifigs on the sides. Overall a well done set with fairly basic, but fun play opportunities. Goes well with the Hospital set.
Date published: 2018-06-12
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