Beach Buggy is LEGO set 30369-1. It has a score of 76. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 28.84% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in City.
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My initial intent was to pass on this set. I ended up getting it as a bonus with another freebie I wanted. In that respect, this is a fine set. However, I would not buy this kit. There is nothing special about the Beach Buggy. Additionally, many nicer polybags exist and will undoubtedly exist in the future.
I believe this polybag is also available at Walmart for about $5 and some locations even have it on sale for 20% off. Honestly, I don't think it warrants a $40 purchase because it's nothing too exciting about it. In fact, it just reminds me of Zac Efron from Baywatch.
The set features a funky little ATV-type buggy, complete with surfboard and a surfer dude Minifigure. The buggy has a Jungle Explorers vibe to it thanks to the colour scheme. The Minifigure looks like a rad surfer dude, especially thanks to the torso, which is fair rare.
This seems like a nice enough GWP if you're looking to make a purchase, especially as it has a low cost threshold. I've also heard rumours that this polybag can be found in Walmart, so in case you have to have it and don't have $40 worth of sets you must have right away, there may be a different option available.