Mighty Dinosaurs is LEGO set 31058-1. It has a score of 95. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 10 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 3.55% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Creator.
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I strongly recommend this set: the included models are great and include some new and unfamiliar techniques for Creator builders. It's a strong set, with a great parts mix and sets high standards for 2017. I award it 5 out of a possible 5 Arbitrary Praise Units. That's my first perfect score.
This set is clearly aimed at kids and not adults (there aren't any minifigures or overly interesting pieces included) but it's absolutely perfect for what it is. In fact, I'm guessing any dinosaur loving adult will find plenty of value in the set (I know I did, for example)! For kids, this one is a slam dunk. Three different dinosaurs to build means lots of opportunities for play (and building) and each dino can be posed in different ways to complement play even more.
Great-grandson, 5, loved it & it still sits on display. Took him some time, and patience but he got it done. To me it seems like there are quite a few unnecessary pieces buried in the center. Good sized final piece. Wish we could get the turkey & Santa at the affordable price this was.
My 7 year old just recently became interested in doing lego sets on his own and this is his third set he did start to finish by himself. He loves it and we plan to buy more so he can make more dinosaurs.
There hasn't been many dinosaurs that are brick built, so having this one in your collection is sure to increase it dramatically. There's good parts, and I think the set will increase in price after retirement, so get it now while it's cheap.
This is an outstanding Creator set. All three models are superb and worthy of being 'A' models in their own right. The last Creator dinosaur set of this size, 6914 Prehistoric Hunters, despite being just 4 years old, looks very crude in comparison. I can't really fault it at all, other than repeating what I have to say in every review of a set that uses mini ball-joints: it's about time they were made in colours other than grey!
Two new elements introduced over the last 12 months have been included in the 31058- Mighty Dinosaurs Creator set. Previously making their debut in the modular buildings, by using these elements in a relatively inexpensive creator set, the options are opened up to a wider audience. Whilst the shape of the model can be achieved using older elements, it is apparent to me that these new elements allow many more binding points in the model, and so improve its durability.
There is the attraction of the dangerous animals packaged in a bright color scheme that makes them good toys. They are also loaded with different kinds of hinges which makes them ideal study objects for children who are not familiar with the concept.