Propeller Plane is LEGO set 31099-1. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 4 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 16.48% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Creator.
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We really love LEGOs in this family. My son can spend hours playing with them. I really like them because he can be creative. Once he is done putting together the item he will often make his own creations.I love the quality of the LEGOs. I don't think we have ever had one break and we have many, many sets. I also like that he has something to play with once he makes it. Of course he has to be careful with it, but if he is, he can play with it.These make great gifts. I think my son loves it the best of all. It is good for both boys and girls. It is also nice when the set goes with something like this one does.This was a good set. He was able to put it together on his own. It really kept him occupied for quite a while. I think it is also educational. It is good that he can follow the directions and also for hand-eye coordination.I would highly recommend this set.
I think this is an appealing small set with great colour use and good playability. To my eyes the engine parts on the primary model are oddly oversized, but both plane models look very nice. The helicopter I find less impressive as a build, but I think it is a good move to include something other than a third plane for the C-Model.
I'm torn, because it's a good entry level set, the dark azure and dark blue contrast nicely with the white and orange, it's nice and presents many possibilities for your own builds… but very little here appeals to me. Furthermore, whilst there are some pieces in quantity, they are mostly readily available parts. It's not really big enough to be viewed as a ‘parts pack', so for the average AFOL I can't really recommend it, but then, it's not really for you or me (us).
Of all the new Creator 3-in-1 sets released this year, this is the smallest of the boxed sets. Which means it has a nice price point. So it's both a good set for younger builders to buy with their own money and a nice enough set to get a LEGO fan as a gift. The three builds are each different enough to warrant trying all three, but the lead model certainly seems to be the best looking of the bunch.